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A Plant-Strong Thanksgiving!

Worried about what you’ll be serving for Thanksgiving? We’ve got you covered! We have gathered up our FAVORITE plant-strong recipes from some of our favorite bloggers!

Appetizers and Soup: 

Happy Herbivore: Zucchini Sticks

Straight Up Food: Kabocha Bean Dip

Straight Up Food: Roasted Carrot and Fennel Soup

Happy Herbivore: Acorn Apple Soup

Plant-Powered Kitchen: Tamari Roasted Chickpeas

Fat Free Vegan: Lentil Soup with Coriander and Cumin

Dreena Burton: Pumpkin Hummus

Side Dishes: 

Happy Herbivore: Mashed Potatoes

Fat Free Vegan: Ginger Glazed Carrots

Fat Free Vegan: Stuffing

Plant-Powered Kitchen: Roasted Sweet Potato Puree 

Main Dishes: 

Fat Free Vegan: Seitan Stuffed with Walnuts, Dried Cranberries and Mushrooms

Fat Free Vegan: Tofu Stuffed with Brown Rice and Mushroom Gravy

Engine 2 Meatloaf

Engine 2 Sweet Potato Lasagna 

Engine 2 Shepherds Pie

Desserts: 

Plant-Powered Kitchen: Pumpkin-Chia Raw Chocolate Pudding Parfait Cups

Happy Herbivore: Pumpkin Pie 

Straight Up Food: Pumpkin Pie Squares 

Engine 2 Chocolate Ice-Box Pie

For more recipe inspiration be sure to check out our Pinterest page!  

And lastly…For lots of support during the Holiday Season, join us on our new support site, Engine 2 Extra! When you join you get all of our previous interviews, access to all of our future interviews including our 6 week Plant-Strong Holiday cooking series! You also get our Holiday E-Book which is over 80 pages of tips, stories, recipes and more. Find out all about Engine 2 Extra! 

About the author

NatalaE2
Natala is the director of communications for Engine 2 Diet, she is also one of our coaches on our support site, Engine 2 Extra. A few years ago, Natala was at the end of her rope. She was on almost 15 medications daily, had out of control Type 2 Diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, issues with nerve damage, and was morbidly obese. She was just over 30 years old. She decided to take her life back by becoming plant-strong. She has lost over 200 pounds, got off of all of her medications and now has great health numbers. Natala plays the violin and studied music therapy. She became passionate about plant-strong nutrition, received her Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition through Cornell University, a certificate in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and is currently pursuing a degree in nutritional sciences. Natala is also a featured speaker at our Engine 2 Retreats she talks about the reality of our nations obesity epidemic as well as providing practical steps to becoming a healthier person.

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