Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!

I'm sure you've all heard of procrastibaking, or baking as a form of procrastination.  For the last few days, I have not been doing that at all.  Instead, I've been procrastinating baking. And cooking. And even thinking about what I might bring to my family's Thanksgiving potluck.

The vegansaurus pinterest has been a useful, if not slightly overwhelming, resource to make my last minute decision.  And a surprise Buzzfeed roundup of vegan Thanksgiving dishes had me drooling.  I didn't even spend time pouring over my cookbooks, because while I scrolled through Buzzfeed, I found  it.

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Though my inclination for any holiday is to make something sweet, lest the vegans not get any dessert, these spinach stuffed mushrooms are totally fancy by my personal fancy pants standard.

Yippee!  What are you making for Thanksgiving?  What are some of your favorite traditional Thanksgiving foods?


  1. Procrastibaking! I love that and am verrrry guilty of both procrastibaking and procrasticooking. My aunt went vegan last year and brought some super tasty peanut butter rice crispy treats with chocolate to our small leftovers night after the main meal. I made...nothing! Can you believe that? I love cooking and the Thanksgiving holiday, but there just wasn't a need for me to add anything this year. Can't wait to host my own celebration some day.

    1. Your aunt's peanut butter rice crispy treats sound amazing! There's nothing like PB and C!!

      And it's awesome that you were able to take a backseat in regards to cooking this T-day! Just going for the ride was probably a nice change of pace. I also enjoy cooking, but sometimes having the option to not do it around the holidays is great. Whenever I feel like I NEED to do something, suddenly I don't like doing it as much!

      Happy holidays, friend :)