Please the vegans without disappointing the carnivores. These soft, fluffy, buttery, and melt-in-your-mouth dinner rolls are total crowd-pleasers – no eggs or dairy needed.
Hearty white beans, carrots, and potatoes in a creamy thyme-flavored sauce. Just add cooked chicken or turkey for the meat-eaters!
Decadent and velvety, this egg-free, dairy-free nog is sure to be the hit of the party. The season. The year! Cashews, coconut milk, dates, vanilla, nutmeg, and a pinch of sea salt make up this glorious situation. Rum optional!
A gorgeous, velvety soup that’s full of flavor. It’s oh-so easy to make, too – no peeling or dicing, just roast your butternut halves, peel off the skin, an blend the squash with ginger, vegetable broth, coconut milk, and a tiny splash of maple syrup. Yummmm.
Wild rice pilaf heartied up with lentils, flavored with curry spices and cumin, and dotted with sweet dried cranberries and crunchy pecans – all served up in delicious roasted delicata squash halves. Yum!
Vegetarians, rejoice! This gravy is exactly what you’ve been missing on Thanksgiving. It’s so easy to whip up a batch. Just keep those saucy carnivorous mitts away from the gravy boat – meat eaters may prefer it over their own.
Sweet apples, tart cranberries, a kiss of vanilla and cinnamon … perfection. This festive yet simple dessert is a total crowd-pleaser, vegan or otherwise.
Fall’s favorite dinner, pumpkin chili, cooked up casserole style with a layer of glorious pumpkin cornbread baked right over the top. The perfect cornbread-to-chili ratio, right here!
Tall, fluffy, and tender. These vegan pancakes are loaded with pumpkin, spice, and everything nice. Arguably even better than traditional pumpkin pancakes – try them and see!
Packed with vitamins A and C – and hands-down the easiest winter squash to prepare – delicata squash is a fave around here! And it’s so delicious roasted; here’s how to make it happen.
Ahhh … autumn in a pastry, right here. Tender, tasty, and these scones just happen to be dairy-free too!
Chewy, chocolatey, and loaded with both colorful goodies and some bonus good stuff. For fresh-out-of-the-oven cookies every time, just freeze the dough and bake off a few at a time. So easy!