Vegan Keto Thanksgiving Recipes From My Cookbooks!

Hi, friends – happy November! I know I shouldn’t acknowledge time in posts because it immediately gives them a shelf life, but I feel pretty safe doing that on a post with the words “Thanksgiving Recipes” in the title. Anywho, I hope everyone is having a lovely fall! I was talking with my mom last night about Thanksgiving plans, and it got me thinking about what I’m going to make. So, I took a peek at the recipes in my cookbooks to determine which vegan keto recipes would be best to make for Thanksgiving for those of you that have my books!

Vegan Keto Thanksgiving Recipes | Meat Free Keto - a collection of low carb, gluten free vegan recipes to help you make the most of this Thanksgiving!
I also have an ebook of vegan keto (and gluten-free!) Thanksgiving recipes!

If you don’t have my books, I will also be writing a post linking to vegan keto Thanksgiving recipes that are free and floating around the internet. Not all of these recipes are perfectly flavored for fall, but I think they would all be quite at home on a Thanksgiving table. So, without further ado, here are the recipes!

From Vegan Keto

  • Pumpkin Bread – page 72
  • Seed Bread – page 74
  • Carrot Ginger Soup – page 108
  • Creamy Cauliflower Soup – page 112
  • Lemon Pesto Greens – page 123
  • Tangy Brussels Sprouts with Mushrooms & Walnuts – page 128
  • Crispy Broccoli Bites – page 129
  • Cabbage Rolls – page 134
  • Cauliflower Bake – page 148
  • Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte – page 158
  • Snickerdoodles – page 168

From Plant-Forward Keto

  • Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Bars – page 110
  • Butternut Squash Soup – page 120
  • Cream of Mushroom Soup – page 126
  • Waldorf Kale Salad – page 132
  • Beet Salad with Walnut Dressing – page 136
  • Moroccan-Inspired Butternut Squash Stew – page 142
  • Mushroom Stroganoff – page 146
  • Shepherd’s Pie – page 158
  • Sesame-Garlic Kale – page 212
  • Rainbow Veggie Pilaf – page 214
  • Balsamic Beets & Greens – page 216
  • Harissa Roasted Carrots – page 218
  • Chimichurri Roasted Celeriac – page 222
  • Pistachio Pesto Brussels Sprouts – page 224
  • Ras el Hanout Mashed Butternut Squash – page 230

Join the Conversation

  1. Hi Liz
    I am making loads of re jokes from your books but I’m not sure what the legion size is for the nutritional info you give below the recipes?
    For instance , I just made the snickerdoodles which were lovely, but I ate about 4 and wondering how many jet cars that would actually be?

    1. Hi Julie! I’m glad you enjoyed the snickerdoodles. If you made the amount specified in the recipe, then the net carbs are 4x what is listed at the bottom of the page. The nutrition info on each page is per serving.

      In the case of the snickerdoodles, this means that 4 servings (out of the recipe yield of 10 servings) would be 16.8g of net carbs.

      If you made fewer or more than 10 cookies, you’ll have to figure it out manually from the individual serving listed. The whole batch has 42g of net carbs, so you can divide that by however many cookies you made.

      I hope this helps! :)

  2. Just left a comment but auto correct has changed a few words.
    Please can you amend?
    Making lots of food not jokes! And “ actual” portion size , not legion! And “net” carbs not jet carbs!!

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