3. Walnut-Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
Toasty walnuts, breadcrumbs, garlic, and sage transform these giant 'shrooms into a rich, filling meal. Vegan cheese means this bad boy is perfect for vegans gathering around the Thanksgiving table.
4. Stuffed Thanksgiving "Burger"
Eating a burger on Thanksgiving — sacrilege, or genius? We vote for the latter. This all-veggie patty is made from lentils, mushrooms, hazelnuts, cranberries, sage, and thyme. It's just like a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, only on a bun.
15. Quinoa Stuffing with Apple, Sweet Potato, and Hazelnuts
For a side dish that's filling enough to serve as a main course, look no further. Protein-rich quinoa and hazelnuts provide protein and fat, while sweet potatoes and apples lend this dish fiber and lots of fall flavor.
16. Pumpkin and Sage Ravioli
Mix things up with fresh, homemade ravioli filled with seasonal ingredients. The pumpkin puree, fresh sage, ricotta cheese, and nutmeg toe the line between savory and sweet. Serve 'em with a bit of melted butter and a thin sprinkling of Parmesan cheese.
17. Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
Who needs meat when you can eat rich, meaty Portobello mushrooms instead? Stuffing them with sautéed tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, spinach, and a sprinkling of goat's milk feta cheese turns these veggies into a full-on meal.
18. Apple Sage Chickpea Burgers
Once again proving that burgers are totally acceptable Thanksgiving fare, these chickpea veggie patties will probably steal the show. In addition to being protein-rich and low in fat, these burgers are fit to burst with autumn flavor thanks to the apples, sage, and onions.
30. Butternut Squash and Kale Stuffed Shells
What happens when you combine an Italian classic and a Thanksgiving classic? You get these delicious, healthy, totally main course-worthy stuffed shells. Butternut squash adds moisture and flavor, so it's possible to cut down on the cheese for a healthier dish.
31. Sweet Potato, Onion, and Fontina Tart
This rustic tart combines all the colors (and flavors) of fall. It's a beautiful dish that will surely tempt even the non-vegetarians in the room. When assembling it, alternate rings of sweet potatoes and onions to make a pretty (and yummy) bulls-eye pattern.
32. Chermoula Eggplant with Bulgur and Yogurt
Leave it to the New York Times to get really creative with vegetarian Thanksgiving dishes. This Middle Eastern eggplant dish is totally non-traditional, featuring bulgur wheat salad, raisins, olives, almonds, and a drizzle of Greek yogurt on top.
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