8 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Casseroles
Instead of featuring a specific ingredient this week, we’re going to do something a bit different and aim our spotlight at…casseroles! The superheroes of busy weeknights, the staples to good holiday feasts, the one pan wonders that transform simple ingredients into delicious magic in the oven. Here are 8 vegetarian Thanksgiving casserole recipes to get you started before we jump into a few recipes this week!
Brussels Sprout Quinoa Gratin: Sub those starchy potatoes for mean, green Brussels sprouts (and topped with quinoa for extra protein!)
Butternut Squash and Spinach Lasagna: Can we just talk about how AWESOME this looks? Cheesey, butternutty, so much yes.
Cinnamon Streusel Swirled Maple Sweet Potato Casserole: Because if it can double as a side dish AND a dessert then it’s definitely a winner.
Light and Creamy Baked Mac n’ Cheese: Mac n’ cheese isn’t out of the realm of Thanksgiving possibilities, especially if you fill it with veggies!
Spinach and Artichoke Quinoa Casserole: Quinoa loves to soak up flavors, making it a great addition to this garlic and artichoke infused casserole.
Potato, Squash, and Goat Cheese Gratin: A twist in the classic potato gratin! With squash (because ’tis the season) and tangy goat cheese,
Ricotta, Butternut Squash, and Sweet Potato Thanksgiving Casserole: Autumn veggies, creamy ricotta, and crispy cracker bits on top! It’s like the savory sister to your traditional sweet potato casserole.
Nantucket Corn Pudding: A little less healthy than the rest but a great American classic, so we’ve got to include it right? Corn, cheese, and some simple seasonings.
Bonus (coming coon!) – Vegan Green Bean Casserole: A healthy, vegan twist on a Thanksgiving staple. Stay tuned for the recipe coming soon (as well as a few more vegetarian Thanksgiving casserole recipes!)
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