For those of you out there trying to eat healthier, consider ordering a vegan Thanksgiving meal for the holiday.
There are lots of ways to serve up vegan holiday foods. For instance, there is the Whole Foods prepared vegan Thanksgiving meal.
The chef is Chloe Coscarelli. Chloe is a vegan chef, author, and restauranteur.
You can order your meal from Fake Meats. This is a one-stop shop to save you time and not have to shop at a local store.
This online grocer sells vegan food right to your door. The company is a PETA Business Friend, as well. So you’ll be helping PETA continue their vital work for animals year-round. Orders over $79 ship free.
The Butcher’s Son:
The Butcher’s Son is an all-vegan online grocery store. They have an impressive Crispy Skin Turkey Roast, along with Sausage Stuffing, Classic Eggnog and Whole Cheesecake.
Or you can simply order the Vegan Feast.
The Herbivorous Butcher:
The Herbivorous Butcher is located in Minneapolis. It is another all-vegan delicatessen that serves up Thanksgiving delivery options. And it will be delivered right to your door.
If you live in a city that has a Veggie Grill restaurant, they offer up entire Thanksgiving dinners. You must sign up in advance.
Three Girls’ Vegan Creamery:
If it’s just a roast you need and you can handle the side dishes, Three Girls’ Vegan Creamery has a savory holiday roast stuffed with sausage, apple, and sage stuffing in the Italian culinary tradition.
It also comes with mushroom gravy.
If you live in Connecticut you can pick up your meal. If not, Three Girls’ also provides nationwide shipping.
Trader Joe’s usually have their own holiday vegan foods if you want to check their website for a store near you.
Sprouts has fully prepared holiday meals along with artfully arranged party trays.
Purple Carrot has year-round vegan meal delivery services. They also offer a seasonal vegan Thanksgiving dinner.
This is a meal kit, which means you must prepare the food yourself. There will be easy to follow instructions included.