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It’s almost time for Thanksgiving! And nothing says Thanksgiving quite like gravy!

Dousing otherwise-nutritious food in this decadent savory sauce is a time-honored tradition at the Thanksgiving table, but since gravy is made with animal products more often than not, it can be tricky navigating the gravy scene.

Well, you’re in luck because we’ve compiled a list of ten of the most delicious plant-based Thanksgiving gravy recipes we could get our hands on. Please enjoy, courtesy of the Food Monster App.

Stay hungry!

1. Oil-Free Gravy

Veggies in saucepan

Source: Oil-Free Gravy

This Oil Free Gravy by Alenoosh Matakupan is healthy and easy. All it consists of are vegetables, spices, and red wine! And it can be served with a variety of different dishes complementing each of them perfectly. Give it a shot!

2. Miso Gravy

Miso gravy

Source: Miso Gravy

Iva Mrdjanov‘s Miso Gravy has complex salty and earthy tones infusing enough flavor into the gravy that the absence of meat drippings becomes irrelevant. This recipe is perfect for the fall and winter holidays or just anytime you need some comfort.

3. Glowing Turmeric Chanterelle Gravy

Turmeric Gravy

Source: Glowing Turmeric Chanterelle Gravy

This Glowing Turmeric Chanterelle Gravy by Nele Liivlaid is so delicious and creamy, yet oil-free and even gluten-free! You won’t need to compromise with taste or texture. And last but not least, this gravy is also Candida diet-friendly! This hits all the marks.

Gratitude: Plant-Based Thanksgiving Cookbook

vegan thanksgiving cookbook

No other holiday captures the spirit of home cooking the way Thanksgiving does. This is why you need the ultimate Thanksgiving cookbook, One Green Planet’s Gratitude: Plant-Based Recipes to Create your own Thanksgiving Tradition! In the cookbook, you’ll find our 100 most popular plant-based thanksgiving recipes like Soft Baked Pumpkin Doughnuts, Spiced Apple Cake with Cashew Frosting, Sweet Potato Chocolate Pudding with Nut Crumble Topping, Cinnamon Apple Hand Pies, and hearty entrees like Roast Root Vegetable Stack With Dukkah, Vegducken: Butternut Squash Stuffed With Eggplant, Zucchini, and a Mushroom Lentil Stuffing, and Seitan Roast With Sausage and Pear Stuffing and Apple Cider Gravy and so much more!

4. Vegan Thanksgiving Gravy

Thanksgiving Gravy

Source: Vegan Thanksgiving Gravy

In Cathy Elton‘s Vegan Thanksgiving Gravy, pureed roasted shallots, garlic, and marsala wine add tons of flavor. Since it’s low in fat, you can pour this gravy over everything and feel good about it.

5. Easy Mushroom Gravy

Easy mushroom gravy on mashed potatoes

Source: Easy Mushroom Gravy

If you like mushrooms, you’ll enjoy Nava Atlas‘s Easy Mushroom Gravy. It uses a variety of mushrooms such as shiitake and cremini for a meaty flavor. Rich and luxurious, this gravy makes comfort dishes even more comforting.

6. Herbed Biscuits With Mushroom Gravy

Herbed Biscuits With Mushroom Gravy

Source: Herbed Biscuits With Mushroom Gravy

These gluten-free Herbed Biscuits With Mushroom Gravy are amazingly flavorful, they’ll disappear in an instant. They are best fresh, warm, and straight out of the oven, but if you make them the day ahead, simply warm them in the oven before serving. With the addition of herbs and a gravy that encompasses classic fall flavors, and is a fantastic addition to any holiday table.

7. Savory Mushroom Gravy

Savory Mushroom Gravy

Source: Savory Mushroom Gravy

These mushrooms give a rich, meaty taste to this dish. Katie Koteen‘s Savory Mushroom Gravy uses cremini mushrooms along with thyme, sage, and a little white wine to make a flavorful gravy that will be delicious on everything.

8. Biscuits and Sausage Gravy

Vegan biscuits and gravy

Source: Biscuits and Sausage Gravy

When you need comforting, turn to Heather Blackmon’s  Biscuits and Sausage Gravy. The biscuits are light and fluffy with a hint of pumpkin pie spice. The thick, white gravy has vegan sausage running through it. If this doesn’t bring you comfort, we don’t know what will.

9. Oil-Free ‘Sausage’ Biscuits and Gravy

Vegan Oil-Free Sausage Biscuits and Gravy

Source: Oil-Free ‘Sausage’ Biscuits and Gravy

This plant-based recipe for the classic biscuits and gravy is full of flavor and makes a hearty breakfast for the whole family. The China Study Family Cookbook‘s Oil-Free ‘Sausage’ Biscuits and Gravy have savory and umami-filled enough to please meat enthusiasts and people who follow plant-based diets alike.

10. Calcium-Packed Navy Bean Biscuits and Roasted Garlic Gravy 

Vegan Calcium-Packed Navy Bean Biscuits and Roasted Garlic Gravy

Source: Calcium-Packed Navy Beans Biscuits and Roasted Garlic Gravy

These Calcium-Packed Navy Beans Biscuits and Roasted Garlic Gravy by Kelly Williams are super healthy and scrumptious. Navy beans make their way into the two main components of this savory plate of biscuits and gravy, and almond milk and tempeh help increase the calcium content.

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