This is going to be my first Vegan Thanksgiving--and now that I think of it, it will be my first Thanksgiving being Gluten & Sugar Free too!! Ack!! So in this post, I've turned to other bloggers to get some much-needed advice and ideas on what I can eat/bring to the family table!
The Fat-Free Vegan's Thanksgiving Meatless Loaf (a bunch of other bloggers are raving about this too!)
A Plant-Strong Thanksgiving (post by Rip Esselstyn on Whole Foods site!)
Vegetarian But Lots of Great Ideas:
New York Times: A Thanksgiving Feast, No Turkeys Allowed!
New York Times: Well's Vegetarian Thanksgiving
Vegan & GLUTEN & SUGAR FREE!!
Vegan Pumpkin Bread (this recipe is from one of my favorite bloggers (Amy Green) that I've been following ever since I became sugar-free and gluten-free last spring!! Her baking recipes are just amazing. Check it out: Simply Sugar and Gluten Free!)
Vegan Peanut-Butter Cups! (Ok we really don't keep peanut butter in the house anymore but maybe for a holiday....:-))
Ok and now what I'm certain I'm bringing:
1) Ann Esselstyn's Artichoke & Spring Onion Dip (from Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn (Amazon link) with my favorite non-oil, gluten-free, vegan crackers: "Mary's Gone Crackers" Mary's Gone Crackers!!!
2) Herbivore's Brownies!! (made out of black beans!! I'll let you know how they turn out!)
....The rest....we'll just see!!!
Next time: Tip #6: Know the Role That Each Person Plays In The Hospital Team ((Who ARE These Different People Taking Care of You & What DO They Do??!!))
Coming Up AFTER Thanksgiving:
- SuperImmunity Foods for KIDS (Calling All PARENTS!)
- RECIPES & Ideas: Snacks! YUMMY & Portable Plant-Based Snack Food--all sugar-free, gluten-free & without adding oil or fat!!
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