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These 30 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes Will Make You Forget There's Turkey

Good Housekeeping Logo By Amina Lake Abdelrahman, Good Housekeeping Institute of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 31: Planning a meatless Thanksgiving dinner this year? Though your usual holiday classics — like turkey and gravy — may be off-limits, there's no need to fear: There are plenty of vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes that make for just as satisfying of a feast, from delicious Thanksgiving side dishes to filling entrees, appetizers and more. Whether you're cooking up an entire meatless course or planning just one or two veggie-forward dishes to add to your holiday spread, these easy vegetarian recipes will please all vegetarians and carnivores alike (after all, who says Thanksgiving has to be all about the turkey?).With these healthy yet filling dishes, you'll fall into a well-deserved food coma just like everyone else at the table. That's because these recipes — which include essential holiday dishes like stuffing and casseroles — are packed with hearty ingredients like beans, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, and much more. Prepare for savory and sweet dishes that will even make your meat-loving relatives forget about the main dish — and if you have an even more restrictive diet, make sure to check out our favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes, too.

Planning a meatless Thanksgiving dinner this year? Though your usual holiday classics — like turkey and gravy — may be off-limits, there's no need to fear: There are plenty of vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes that make for just as satisfying of a feast, from delicious Thanksgiving side dishes to filling entrees, appetizers and more. Whether you're cooking up an entire meatless course or planning just one or two veggie-forward dishes to add to your holiday spread, these easy vegetarian recipes will please all vegetarians and carnivores alike (after all, who says Thanksgiving has to be all about the turkey?).

With these healthy yet filling dishes, you'll fall into a well-deserved food coma just like everyone else at the table. That's because these recipes — which include essential holiday dishes like stuffing and casseroles — are packed with hearty ingredients like beans, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, and much more. Prepare for savory and sweet dishes that will even make your meat-loving relatives forget about the main dish — and if you have an even more restrictive diet, make sure to check out our favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes, too.

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