Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner 2016: Plant-Based Meal Kits from Purple Carrot Help Create Delicious Meal Ideas

Thanksgiving Dinner 2016

A New Kind of Thanksgiving 2016

Turkey, stuffing, maybe some cranberries—it may be the same old Thanksgiving for some people. Sure, it’s tasty, but it’s the usual meat- and fat-based dishes that leave you tired and none the healthier afterwards.

A lot of people are seeking healthier, vegan recipes for their Thanksgiving 2016 celebrations, but aren’t aware of any satisfying meal options or how to prepare them. But the truth is, there are some delicious vegan Thanksgiving recipes out there, and some are even available as plant-based meal kits that anyone can use. Purple Carrot is a plant-based meal delivery service that is providing healthy and tantalizing vegan Thanksgiving meal kits—tested by a team of chefs—to customers nation-wide.

Vegan Thanksgiving Tips from Purple Carrot

Thanksgiving is a time of celebration; it’s a once-a-year event where we get family and friends together for a festive meal to commemorate all the things we should be grateful for. As enjoyable as Thanksgiving dinner is, it can be both a cumbersome and repetitive event to prepare for, especially with the same old dishes being served every year.

Whether you’re a strict vegan or are just looking for something new at your 2016 Thanksgiving dinner, there are a lot of plant-based options you should know about. These bring creative and fun experiences to the annual event, while allowing everyone to share in the healthy feast.

Consider the following ideas for your Thanksgiving meal; if any of them sound good to you, be sure to check out Purple Carrot and their services this season!

#1. Rather than a typical stuffed turkey that takes hours prepare and roast, you can concoct an equally enjoyable butternut squash with whole wheat, wild rice, and onion stuffing.

#2. Stuffing is a staple of any Thanksgiving feast. But instead of the usual calorie-heavy stuffing of bread, onions and mushrooms, why not try a stuffing made from pumpkin, cranberries, chestnuts and vegan sausage? Here you’re combining many flavors into a single dish; it’s bound to taste amazing.

#3. For your potatoes, you must have gravy. But your typical gravy can be pretty fat-laden with lots of salt. An easy mushroom gravy is just as delicious and offers a new taste sensation to accompany your mashed potatoes.

#4. For a healthy, vegan side dish, consider roasted Brussels sprouts with balsamic glaze, candied yams, or baked sweet potatoes and apples.

#5. Thanksgiving desserts have become more interesting these days. Wheat-free apple-walnut cobbler, pumpkin bread pudding, and squash pie are delectable after-dinner dishes that still retain the Thanksgiving tradition of harvest fruit-based sweet tastes.

Purple Carrot Shares Delicious, Plant-Based Meal Kits for Thanksgiving

With so many options, people seeking vegan Thanksgiving recipes may not know how to start their meal preparation. If that’s the case for you, why not try a plant-based meal kit? Purple Carrot is offering many Thanksgiving food ideas through their meal kits for clients seeking something new for Thanksgiving 2016. You can pick the meal plan that is most appealing to you and receive all of the ingredients, pre-measured and ready to go. You get to make a delicious meal without all the hassle. If you love it, you can sign up for a weekly subscription, where you’ll get fresh, new ingredients with accompanying recipes delivered to you as often as you want!

Purple Carrot offers two meal plans: “The Perfect Pair” costs $68.00 per week (perfect for two people, three times a week); and “The Whole Bunch” costs $74.00 per week (ideal for four people, twice a week). Upon ordering, customers will receive a box of pre-measured ingredients that are fresh and responsibly sourced, a recipe card, and instructional photos.

For those who may already have their Thanksgiving menu covered but who are interested in signing up AND helping a good cause at the same time, they can easily opt out of receiving a delivery that week and donate the value of their box to the No Kid Hungry Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America.

This Thanksgiving, Purple Carrot is featuring Warm Brussels Sprout Salad with Toasted Hazelnuts and Avocado Vinaigrette, Cashew Korma with Cauliflower Rice, and Soy-Glazed Mushrooms and Chestnuts with Baby Bok Choy recipes. Click here for some unique and mouthwatering vegan recipes from Purple Carrot. Purple Carrot, satisfy your hunger for life!