I can see the smiles on all of the Canadian food blogger faces as they read frantic south-of-the-border blogs prepping for Thanksgiving. They have already
been relieved of the stress of celebrated Thanksgiving and are even well past the leftovers. But here in the U.S., the big event is lurking around the corner, and perhaps, just perhaps, some of those menus are not completely set. For those of you who need some last minute inspiration, or for anyone mulling over menus for other upcoming holiday meals, I have a few links that will surely help out:
The Big List of Dairy-Free Thanksgiving Recipes – We compiled this last year, but recipes are never outdated. If you are planning ahead for the next event, see out Holiday Dinners Recipe List. And just in case you missed it, here is our Huge Holiday Pie Post.
Whole Foods Dairy-Free Holiday Recipes – It is about time this mega-natural food company gets on the dairy-free bandwagon.
Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes – A Feast by Robin Robertson – With around 20 cookbook titles under her belt, I think Robin knows her way around a delicious vegan Thanksgiving.
Last Minute Thanksgiving Ideas – Though the Canadian Thanksgiving has past, Ricki is always happy to lend a helping hand, or recipe as the case may be. Her recipes are always vegan and have a healthy twist with no refined sugars or wheat.
Lisa Cooks Allergen Free Thanksgiving Recipes – For some great free-from options, including gluten-free, Chef Lisa has you covered. You can also find some of her newer recipes on her blog here, here, here, and here.
Finally, for some fabulously helpful recipes in an instant:
Mission: Impossible Pies ECookbook – A dozen crustless pies, all vegan (dairy-free / egg-free), all with gluten-free options, all holiday friendly, all fantastic!
Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook EBook – The full book is available worldwide in an instant. Stuck on that green bean casserole with no specialty ingredients in site? Want those fluffy, bakery-soft rolls sans milk? The pantry-friendly recipes in Go Dairy Free may be your saviour.
Photo Credit: Whole Foods "Cooking a Perfect Turkey"