This savory Vegan Butternut Squash Gratin (Gluten Free) is healthy comfort food at its best! Perfect for Fall or your Thanksgiving or holiday table, you’ll love this creamy casserole topped with a crispy vegan ‘parmesan’ topping and Panko breadcrumbs.
We’re just one week away from Thanksgiving, holy smokes! Do you have your menu planned?
My family is doing a completely vegan and gluten free meal on Thanksgiving with just a few of us on Thursday, and then a ‘regular’ Thanksgiving (supplemented with some v/gf items) on Friday with the rest of my family. I’m so excited to be cooking!
MY THANKSGIVING MENU:
- Plant Powered Kitchen’s Chickpea Tart and Homemade Cranberry Sauce
- My Mushroom Gravy and Butternut Squash Mash with Kale (this recipe but butternut squash instead of potatoes)
- Minimalist Baker’s Vegan Gluten Free Biscuits
- A Persian Cauliflower Salad with Pomegranates (recipe will be published soon – you can make it for Christmas!)
- Root + Revel’s Easy Slow Cooker Apple Crisp (subbing vegan butter for the ghee) with Coconut Bliss’s Organic Ginger Cookie Caramel Ice Cream (I adore this brand – every flavor is amazing!!) and So Delicious’s CocoWhip! (dairy free coconut cool whip – O.M.G. AMAZING! Seriously, you gotta try this stuff – my fam has been enjoying it these last couple of years at the holidays and special occasions!)
- Feasting on Fruit’s Pumpkin Pie Magic Cookie Bars
- Beaming Baker’s One Bowl Vegan GF Pumpkin Bread
Whew! What a feast, right?! I really can’t wait.
Other than my own recipes for the mushroom gravy and mashed squash/potatoes (which are delicious and I highly recommend both!), I’ve never made any of these before so fingers crossed they turn out delicious! I always love trying new recipes. What are your thoughts on new vs. tried and tested recipes on Thanksgiving?
If you’re looking for a new recipe, another great dish to add to your lineup would be today’s Vegan Butternut Squash Gratin from our guest blogger Sarah over at Bad to the Bowl! (🎵 Ba-ba-ba-ba-baaaad…. 🎵 OK, couldn’t resist!) I’m definitely adding this to my Christmas menu.
Thanks, Sarah, for this festive recipe! Now over to you!