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There's no bread (or gluten) in this twist on classic Thanksgiving stuffing, but it's still loaded with all of fall's best flavors like thyme, sage, and cinnamon. Get the recipe.
If you don't believe vegetables can feel indulgent, just try this one-skillet recipe. Get the recipe.
Mashed potatoes get a makeover in this recipe, which calls for creamy cauliflower loaded with rich ricotta, chives, and butter. Get the recipe.
Your Aunt Beth's sweet potato and marshmallow casserole is loaded sugar. Opt for this better-for-you starchy side dish that's still guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth. Get the recipe.
These green beans get smothered in a rich mushroom sauce and baked under a crispy onion topping. Get the recipe.
Make these as a hearty Thanksgiving side dish, and then keep them in the dinner rotation for any meatless Monday. Get the recipe.
This crispy baked cauliflower—a lighter swap for stuffing— is packed with onions, carrots, celery, rosemary, sage, and thyme. Get the recipe.
Your Thanksgiving table would feel empty without some homemade gravy. Try this vegetarian version that's made with a decadent mushroom sauce. Get the recipe.
This recipe tastes a little bit like baked sweet potatoes and cornbread had a baby. And even though they're dairy-free, they still taste impossibly buttery. Get the recipe.
Start with riced cauliflower, which you can buy pre-riced to save yourself time on Thanksgiving. Sauté it in a skillet with celery, onion, garlic, mushroom, and pecans for a lightened-up take on the holiday staple. Get the recipe.
If you're trying to cut out some starchy dishes at your Thanksgiving table, these creamy mashed carrots make a convincing (and tasty) substitute for sweet potatoes. Get the recipe.
No noodles, no problem. This cheesy vegetable side dish also happens to be dairy-free, thanks to a mouthwatering sauce made with cauliflower, cashew cream, and dijon mustard. Get the recipe.
These perfectly portioned potato puffs are actually super easy to make. Just combine mashed potatoes with beaten eggs, chives, cheese, and bacon (optional), then bake them in muffin tins for 30 minutes. Get the recipe.
This low-carb Brussels sprouts casserole has all the cheesiness you'd expect from your classic gratin, but it's topped with a better-for-you crunchy quinoa crumb. Get the recipe.
These whole roasted carrots taste more like candy than vegetables. They're baked until melt-in-your-mouth perfection and garnished with a sweet and tangy mix of brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, pepper, thyme, and goat cheese. Get the recipe.
Lose any boring salad recipe you've ever tried in favor of this seasonal dish, which contains all of fall's best flavors in one colorful bowl. Get the recipe.
Almond milk takes the place of heavy cream in this sweet and savory potato side dish. Get the recipe.
Decadent coconut cream takes the place of dairy in this crowd-pleasing veggie dish. Get the recipe.
Kale, quinoa, sweet potato, and pomegranate get a flavor boost from a tangy orange dressing in this festive, seasonal side dish. Get the recipe.
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