phoebe feeds: last-minute {plant-based} thanksgiving recipes

Here we are, the week of Thanksgiving and if you're anything like me, you've left your contribution planning down to the last minute. So I've scoured the web to find some of my favorite recipes from the best {plant-based} bloggers and listed them below. They are all easy options to impress the whole extended family. Check them out and let me know if you use any of them! 

Bonus: I've also included a few ready-made/frozen options if you're REALLY in a pinch. 

Simple + Easy Recipes

  • I make this blueberry and apple crumble over and over again in the fall because it takes 20 minutes of prep and is so damn easy. Hint: It's better on it's second day. [Honestly, Though]
  • The Crunchy Radish never fails to impress, and she especially doesn't with this simple brussels sprouts and "bacon" salad. I make it on repeat when I'm feeling in a crunch. [The Crunchy Radish
  • These delicious "bacon strips" are actually made from portobello mushrooms. And trust me — they're amazing. I've fooled multiple people before and I dare you to try it on your family, too! [Veganosity
  • For the picky eaters in your life, this caesar salad never disappoints (I mean, who doesn't love caesar salad?). [Oh, She Glows
  • Whether it's a snack to hold you over before the big thanksgiving meal, or a yummy start to black Friday, these cream cheese pumpkin muffins will be made on repeat throughout the holidays. [InMyBowl]
  • Bring these super simple mashed potatoes {two to choose from} and become the hero of Thanksgiving for having something that literally EVERYONE will want second of. [Plant Based Jane

Ready-Made 

  • Califia Farms Pumpkin Spice Latte is perfect for that post-thanksgiving dinner coffee. I always add a few splashes to my coffee in the mornings. You can find it at Whole Foods, Harris Teeter and Giant. 
  • Pumpkin and Pecan Pie from Fare Well (H Street)  
  • Frozen root vegetables from Trader Joes. I love this because all you need to do is throw these {with a little salt, tumeric, and coconut oil} onto a pan and give it 25 min. in the oven! 

Great. So you have your food contribution sorted. But what about wine? These are my favorite {red} crowd-pleasers.