Happy Vegan Thanksgiving

Canadian Thanksgiving is on Monday, and even though I’m living in Sydney Australia right now, I still like to celebrate it with a nice meal. I haven’t yet figured out what I’m going to make this year, but I looked through last year’s photos for some inspiration. I made this Tofu Pot Pie recipe, but I folded the filling into puff pastry dough instead. I served it alongside steamed asparagus, mashed potatoes and mushroom gravy.

Vegan Tofu Pot Pie

For dessert, I didn’t want to make a whole pumpkin pie, so I decided to make something lighter. It isn’t extremely sweet, so feel-free to add a bit of raw sugar to the mix if you think it needs it. I loved it as-is.

Update

October 7, 2012 – GET THE RECIPE: Chocolate Ginger Snap Pumpkin Parfaits

Vegan Pumpkin Parfait w/ Chocolate + Ginger Snaps

7 Comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    I’m not sure what I’m having for Thanksgiving dinner yet either, but this is sure giving me some delicious ideas!! Everything looks so yummy!

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    • vegangela says:

      Thanks – let me know what you end-up making! Just realized that we’re at a champagne masterclass event Monday night, so I may have to delay Thanksgiving by a few days. Is that allowed? I found a pumpkin cheesecake recipe that I really want to make, so that’s my plan at this point! :)

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  2. Ricki says:

    Sounds fantastic! How great that you celebrate even way down under! (And how lucky are you to be living there anyway!!)

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    • vegangela says:

      We’re definitely making the most of it :)
      Thanks SO MUCH for your comment! X

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  3. Asha Patel says:

    I am trying to be gegan from all my life vetarian (hindu) and find all store baught food has some ingrediant I am not sure of vegan or not I am looking at the packet of APOLLO FILLO Pastry sheets and still not sure if vegan or not. plese help me with it.

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