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If you think Thanksgiving is a day that only meat-eaters can truly enjoy – think again! Sure, Thanksgiving is mostly about spending time with family and friends, but let’s be real. It’s also about the food. And, just because you’re a vegan eater does not mean you have to miss out on traditional (not to mention delicious) Thanksgiving cuisine. Don’t believe us quite yet? That’s okay! We’ll leave it to Chloe Coscarelli to convince you.
You may remember Chloe Coscarelli as the first vegan chef to win a culinary competition on TV, when she took first place on an episode of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars. Since then, she was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2017, and is known as a renowned vegan chef, bringing vegan eating “to the mainstream.” She has won countless awards, written four best-selling cookbooks, and (as you’ll learn more about today) partnered with Whole Foods to share her vegan-ified takes on traditional holiday recipes. You can learn more about Chloe and her cookbooks by heading to her website here.
Want a fully vegan Thanksgiving dinner but don’t want to cook it all by yourself? Let Chloe Coscarelli do it for you.
Yep, you heard that right. You can purchase a full Thanksgiving meal for two with recipes made by Chloe Coscarelli from Whole Foods this year. Either grab the full menu or purchase any of these dishes à la carte. Either way, you’re guaranteed to have a mouth-wateringly good and fully vegan Thanksgiving!
Here is a breakdown of the vegan Thanksgiving dishes you can choose from:
Cremini Mushroom Roast
Made primarily from mushrooms alongside onions, celery, garlic, and tempeh this vegan take on a turkey roast will serve as the perfect main course to your plantbased feast.
Everyone knows you can’t have turkey without gravy, and this vegan version will take your mushroom roast to the next level.
Miso Creamed Greens
It can’t be a plantbased meal without adding some greens to your plate! This sauteèd kale is tossed in a white miso cashew sauce that’ll have you forgetting you’re eating veggies altogether.
Coconut Sweet Potato Casserole
Another Thanksgiving staple? Sweet potatoes, of course! This casserole is the perfect mix of sweet and savory, with coconut milk, a blend of fall spices, and of course, vegan marshmallows to top it off!
Jalapeno Cornbread Dressing
Just as good as it sounds. Made with jalapenos, corn, onions, and celery – good luck having just one serving of this dish!
Pumpkin Curry Soup
Warm, homey, and downright delectable, this soup is sweetened with apple, made creamy with coconut milk, and is the perfect fall staple for Thanksgiving and beyond.
We know what you’re thinking… “I need all of these dishes at my Thanksgiving table! How do I get them?” Head to the Whole Foods website to order them online, or call your local Whole Foods to inquire about your specific store’s ordering options.
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