Veggie Thanksgiving Recipes

a veggie thanksgiving recipe guide / loveandlemons.com

Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week?! Neither can I… although we’ve been cooking up a storm of comfort foods in order to post recipes here before the holiday. By this time next week I’m sure I’ll be craving sushi rather than stuffing. But until then… here’s a bunch of recipe inspiration in case you’re in need of T-day ideas:

pictured above:

Roasted Squash with Apple Salsa  /  Roasted Cauliflower & Leek Soup
Poblano Cornbread Stuffing  /  Roasted Beet Pear & Walnut Salad
Butternut Squash & Leek Risotto  /  Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash
Apple Spice Cocktails  /  Mini Vegan Pumpkin Pies

We made a new “Holiday: Thanksgiving” category in our Recipe Index, click here to see every recipe that I’ve tagged as a Thanksgiving possibility.

If that’s not enough, check out this Veggie Thanksgiving Pinboard I’ve been working on that’s full of deliciousness from all around the web.

Happy meal planning!

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  1. Hester from aboutmylondonlifestyle.blogspot.nl
    11.21.2013

    Love your photos!

  2. Erika from thepancakeprincess.com
    11.21.2013

    I think I might make your sweet potato surprise for my Thanksgiving vegetarian potluck! It’s one of my favorites 🙂

  3. Crista from peacelovequinoa.com
    11.21.2013

    these dishes all look so darn good!! xox
    i love the vegan Thanksgiving pinboard! – I do one too….
    it’s amazing how much time and energy we put in to one days meal… 🙂

  4. meg from liquidsunshineak.com
    11.22.2013

    Wow! Can’t wait to try the beet, pear and walnut salad! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Yummy recipes! The roasted beet salad looks like a great beginning, the acorn squash will be the substantial middle and oh how the pumpkin pie will be the perfect ending!

  6. Emma from coconutandberries.com
    11.22.2013

    Ooooh just lovely! All those glorious seasonal ingredients 🙂
    We don’t have Thanksgiving but am thinking about making the squash with apple salsa this weekend!

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com
      11.23.2013

      that’s one of our favorites – hope you like!

  7. Silvia from bluecupsandpeppermint.blogspot.be
    11.23.2013

    Here we’re not gonna celebrate Thanksgiving, but we have to plan a “Thanks-for helping-us-with-the-moving” lunch/dinner (which actually counts as a kind of thanksgiving), so this comes really helpful! 🙂

  8. Sofia
    11.24.2013

    I like your blog, but i am spanish and dont talk englis good. My question is, what is the breed the dog in this picture. I belive is your dog, he is sleeping. Sorry my english is horrible, than you.

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com
      11.24.2013

      Hi Sofia,

      It’s a Shiba Inu

      • sofia
        11.24.2013

        Hi jeanine, I want to have a dog and I think the beagle, but your dog is lovely, than you , you are very kind

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    11.25.2013

    Sweet blog! I found it while surfing around on Yahoo News.
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  10. Such a beautiful compilation– and great ways to make the traditional ingredients much more interesting. Thank you for sharing and putting this together!

  11. Kimberly
    12.07.2014

    The poblano cornbread stuffing was to die for! We usually make a traditional cornbread stuffing but this year we decided to spice things up to go with our cranberry salsa! It was a great idea!

    • jeanine from loveandlemons.com
      12.09.2014

      I’m so glad you liked it! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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