For plenty of us, the idea of cooking up a Thanksgiving feast from scratch causes mild to severe states of panic. For others, disability or schedule may prevent us from cooking up a full thanksgiving feast ourselves. If you’d rather spend a little less time in the kitchen this Thanksgiving, but don’t want to sacrifice on flavor, you’re in luck! Trader Joe‘s, a company that has proven time and time again to be vegan friendly, has got you covered.

Trader Joe’s is up to their old tricks, providing affordable, delicious, and stress-free options to make your Thanksgiving dinner a success. We’ve compiled a list of the best vegan Trader Joe’s Thanksgiving offerings for your viewing and tasting pleasure.

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Breaded Turkey-Less Stuffed Roast With Gravy

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For your main course, Trader Joe’s Breaded Turkey-Less Stuffed Roast With Gravy will put a smile on your face. This flagship entree will ensure no one will ever miss turkey.

Riced Cauliflower Stuffing 

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Riced Cauliflower Stuffing will be first on your list of sides, pairing exquisitely with the roast, or anything else you decided to put on your table! A classic, made even better.

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Cinnamon Sugar Muffin & Baking Mix

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What’s Thanksgiving without a sweet cinnamon side? Picking up some premade Cinnamon Sugar Muffin & Baking Mix will give all your guests the smiles.

Spiced Apple Cider

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For drinks, don’t settle! Fill your cups with Trader Joe’s Spiced Cider for a sweet and spicy flavor twang. All aboard the spice train!

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Banana Bread With Walnuts 

Trader Joe's Vegan Banana Bread

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For a sweet bread side, this Banana Bread with Walnuts does the trick!

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Riced Cauliflower Bowl

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Riced Cauliflower Bowls make an excellent alternative main course, and an awesome side as well. Just don’t mix it up with the stuffing! (Actually, go ahead. It’s all tasty.)

Vegan Marshmallows

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No gelatin here, only delicious fluffy fun! Mini Marshmallows make the gooey addition to any dessert of (vegan) hot cocoa!

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Make your Own Vegan Thanksgiving! 

Of course, there’s not reason not to make a few of your thanksgiving specials on the side. Here’s a couple easy to make Thanksgiving Recipes that you can whip up at a moment’s notice! Courtesy of the Food Monster App.

Easy Mushroom Gravyeasy mushroom gravy

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

Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash

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Want something hearty and packed with protein? You need to try making this Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash. This stuffed acorn squash is so filling, it can be used as a main course. It’s packed with mushrooms, crunchy cabbage, walnuts, and quinoa, making it a power-packed addition to gatherings with family or friends. Grab a big spoon and dig in!

Portobello Steaks with Béarnaise Sauce

Portobello Steaks with Béarnaise Sauce

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Portobello Steaks with Béarnaise Sauce by The Edgy Veg may appear to be rich and delicate, but it’s actually so rustic and it pairs perfectly with this succulent portobello recipe. The mushrooms are marinated in a smoky glaze that perfectly replicates steak. This is a hearty dish that is meat-eater approved!

Can’t get enough? Check out our Ultimate Thanksgiving Guide! We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 8,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to ten new recipes per day. Check it out!

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