7 Amazing Vegan Thanksgiving Main Dish Recipes

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7 Amazing Vegan Thanksgiving Main Dish Recipes!  Tired of the traditional Thanksgiving standards and ready to branch out into some deliciously different plant-based recipes? Look no further!

Here’s 7 amazing vegan Thanksgiving main dish recipes that will take the holiday dinner up a notch. Whether you’re vegan or just want to mix up the holiday menu, you’ll find recipes that are tasty, satisfying, and sure to please the whole family like this Your Complete Vegan Thanksgiving Guide with Full Recipes and these 10 Popular Vegan Pies!

Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, or just looking to try something new, you’ll find a variety of vegan Thanksgiving main dishes guaranteed to make your table the talk of the town. Not only are these vegan recipes flavorful and delicious, but they are also surprisingly simple and easy to make.

So, get ready to wow your dinner guests with seven mouthwatering vegan options that are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.

1. Vegan Holiday Roast

Make your festive dinner complete with this succulent Vegan Holiday Roast. It’s filled with savory flavors and finished with a mouth-watering glaze. 

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Vegan Holiday Roast by Vegan Huggs

2. Game-Changing Glazed Tofu Roast

When was the last time that a block of tofu was simply irresistible to you? This glazed tofu roast didn’t even make it off of the cutting board. That’s how yummy it is! 

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Game-Changing Glazed Tofu Roast by yup.. it’s vegan!

3. Vegan Pork Tenderloin Roast with Apples and Onions

This vegan pork tenderloin is deliciously deceptive. It looks very close to the familiar roast but is made entirely from yummy, healthy plants. 

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Vegan Pork Tenderloin Roast with Apples and Onions by Planted365

4. Maple Glazed Holiday Vegan Ham

Save a piggy! Make this clove studded, maple glazed, vegan seitan ham roast this Holiday!

If you are looking for a centerpiece for your vegan holiday table this is it folks. Place this Vegan Ham roast on your favorite platter decorated with charred pineapple and orange slices and studded with cloves. It looks stunning. It smells amazing and it tastes divine. Each slice of this Vegan Ham Roast is salty, sweet, smoky, toothsome and tangy.

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Maple Glazed Holiday Vegan Ham by SunnysideHanne

5. Stuffed Roasted Butternut Squash

The perfect vegan centerpiece main dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday. Stuffed with super flavourful wild rice, cranberries, walnuts, and sage filling. Can be made up to 3 days ahead of time and warmed up before serving. Gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, dairy free. 


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Stuffed Roasted Butternut Squash by It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken

6. Slow-Cooker Vegan Corned Beef

This meaty homemade seitan recipe – with beets for that bright pink color –  is made in your slow cooker before being baked with a black pepper crust. The result is 100% worth the time that goes into it!

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Slow-Cooker Vegan Corned Beef by Plant Power Couple

7. The Best Vegan Chick’n

If you love Tofurky, you are going to love this recipe! The result is a super tender “Chicken” with an incredible meaty and fibrous texture. This plant-based chicken recipe will blow your mind! Get ready for something meaty!

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The Best Vegan Chick’n by Full of plants

Want to go the easy vegan route? You could also go for a Tofurkey Holiday Roast. We’ve tried it, and we really liked it. There are several other pre-prepared roasts you can try too! Be sure to check your grocery store to see what they offer!

Vegan Thanksgiving Main Dish Key Ingredients

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Which one of these Vegan Thanksgiving main dish recipes will be the star of your Thanksgiving menu? If you’re really feeling ambitious maybe you can make more than one of them!

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