Find the perfect Thanksgiving dishes with Healthy Bread by Sophia! Plan a vegan Thanksgiving dinner menu with these recipes, including aperitif cocktails; starter/appetizer; main dish; and dessert, that will impress everyone at the table!
Summer vegan moussaka has so much flavor and it is hearty and light. This is a vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free recipe! Moussaka is a retro dish created by the Greeks of Smyrna and Alexandria; vegan moussaka is just as tasty as the traditional one: sweet eggplants, hearty potatoes and savory mushrooms, all topped with a rich vegan béchamel sauce.
Peppers stuffed with buckwheat is an easy-to-prepare and uniquely delicious summer dish. The mint-infused nutty buckwheat filling and the sweet summer bell peppers pairing is a celebration of summer! The recipe is gluten-free and works well as either a side or main dish.
Baked sweet potatoes are rich in flavor; this recipe delivers more taste with a kick provided by stuffing them with pepper, sun-dried tomato and spinach which imparts an elevated taste that everyone yearns for. The recipe requires less than 10 accessible and common ingredients and is a healthy work lunchbox idea.
Let’s piece the tender and flavorful beetroot leaves, the mint-infused rice, and the refreshing notes of freshly squeezed lemon together to get a dish highly appreciated by everyone, the vegan-yalantzi beetroot leaves dolmades.
The tender and juicy lemon roasted mushrooms melt in your mouth. The roasted mushrooms with lemon is a very light and easy dish. A mushroom dish can be served as one of several Greek Mezze dishes. This dish is an awesome lunch to bring at work!
This delicious dish will satisfy everyone at the table, even the kids! Gigantes plaki with thyme-infused Pilaf is a comfort food that warms the heart and offers a harmonic pairing of butter beans and thyme-infused rice-Pilaf. This mouth-watering dish will astonish you and your loved ones! Gigantes plaki with thyme-infused Pilaf is a power food combination!
Demeter was the goddess who taught humanity the art of making bread. After fasting, in commemoration of Demeter’s fasting while searching for her abducted by Pluto daughter, Persephone, the participants of the Lesser Eleusinian Mysteries ate pelanos, a wheat and barley bread. Succumb to the magnetism of the secret rites and feel the magic of turning water and flour into divine food.