These are my 15 Favourite Vegan Thanksgiving Side Dishes! They range from casseroles to biscuits to mashed potatoes and are all easy to put together!
Thanksgiving is 2 ½ weeks away – uh, how is that even possible?! I did a roundup on my fav main dish recipes and you guys loved it! Main dishes for thanksgiving are amazing (look out for an ultimate post soon) but let’s not forget about the side dishes! I love me some thanksgiving side dishes. All the rolls, mashed potatoes, cornbread etc. – it’s all SO good!! If you love some side dishes I have you totally covered. I’ve redone so many traditional into vegan versions that you’ll want to DEVOUR so let’s dig in! Happy Thanksgiving when it comes!!
This recipe has always been my #1 thanksgiving side dish recipe amongst readers! It’s perfect for enjoying sweet potato casserole with SO much flavour and without all those extra calories. That maple pecan topping is out of this world.
I love love love these mashed potatoes!! They are so incredibly creamy, and well, mashed potatoes always goes perfectly with basically about every single thing. Also, you need to make it with the caramelised onions – it is GOLDEN.
These biscuits are also gluten free! Actually all these recipes are :). You can make them with regular flour too, but the point is BISCUITS!! They are so good and so easy to whip up!! Add all the butter!
When I made this cornbread stuffing it made my whole week. It’s made with homemade cornbread (or you can buy some) and has so much amazing flavours in it. It’s just like your traditional cornbread stuffing for sure.
If you’re a regular here then you know I LOVE these sweet potato skins! If you’re new, you NEED to make this!! The sweet potato skins are stuffed back with the sweet potato filling plus a tex mex filling and topped with coconut bacon too! So. Good.
Uh, YUM!! This cheesy cornbread skillet is just like your favourite cornbread except THAT CRUST THO. The melted butter + got cast iron skillet + the cornbread batter makes the crust so much more uh, crusty, and so buttery. I also added cheese, corn and and jalapeños in the cornbread so it’s extra amazing. Prepare to wow your guests.
This is an oldie but a REAL goodie! If you love Brussels sprouts you’ll LOVE this, and anyone you know who doesn’t love Brussels sprouts will love them after this for sure. The roasted apples and onions go so perfectly with it too.
LOVE this recipe! It’s loaded with everything in traditional mushrooms, and are perfect for even appetisers! That coconut bacon on top is so essential, by the way. You’ll def put it on everything when you make it.
Oh I need to make these this Thanksgiving again!! These carrots are maple glazed, with garlic so they have a sweet, caramel-y flavour and are so soft. They’re then topped with a carrot greens chimichurri that is out of this world. If you can find multi-coloured carrots then they would be even prettier.
Finally, you neeeed a baked mac and cheese at your thanksgiving dinner for sure! This one is SO good (how many times have I said that so far?). I love the flavour the sauce gives this and the topping works so well with it.
Eat up and enjoy your Thanksgiving friends!! If you want more remakes of traditional side dishes let me know and I’ll get it done. What are you looking forward to making?!
All these recipes sound great. I plan to do a trail run and then serve for Thanksgiving.
I wanna try the mashed potatoes. I have never tried the dish at home. Thank you for sharing these delicious recipes!