10 Vegan Stuffing Recipes for Your Holiday Dinner

Stuffing is a traditional menu addition during the holidays. It is a big hit during Thanksgiving as it is for Christmas. However, stuffing usually accompanies a meat-laden main dish or roast. But why not make a tradition out of eating vegan stuffing with our 10 Delicious Vegan Main Dishes for Christmas.

These vegan stuffing recipes can help enhance any holiday dinner by bringing out unique flavors from ingredients like sourdough and cornbread to rice pilaf mixed with a fusion of butternut squash, cranberries, and pecans.

For a more traditional stuffing, try the Vegan Chestnut Mushroom Stuffing or the Onion, Celery, and Mushroom Stuffing.

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tanzy t.
tanzy t.1 years ago

These sound yummy.Something different not same every hoilday

Ruth Ann W.
Ruth Ann W.1 years ago

BTW...stuffing is called dressing in many places. The words, to many, are interchangeable. But that comment correction aside, these look num num num yummy!!!!

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen1 years ago

Thank you :)

Jan N.
Jan N.1 years ago

First off, it's not stuffing unless you bake it in a bird, in which case it's not vegan. These are recipes for dressing.

I did think this was a rerun of a post from not too long ago, but apparently not. Dressing is super easy to make vegan, so two separate posts seem like overkill. As I commented previously, I make mine with cornbread, mushrooms, water chestnuts and sage (plus onions and celery of course, and some other seasonings) and it's just like the "real thing".

Steve A.
Steve A.1 years ago

I agree with Carol P vegan does not automatically mean healthy.

Our state government recently introduced a healthy eating program to reduce obesity. So the last time there was a meeting where food was provided (yes, they provide food when the meeting runs from 10am til 4pm( we were given vegan food. Apart from the fact that nobody there was vegan, it was the most unhealthy meal they'd ever provided.

Honey soy mock chicken, stir frys, and similar dishes, but all laden with lots of sugar based sauces.

Obviously not a good caterer, and they may have put people off vegan/vegetarian food for life..

I have no problem with providing healthy food, vegetarian or vegan. But to assume that food is healthy because it doesn't contain animal products is wrong.

And I believe that those who eat meat should have the choice to do so.

Michael A.
Michael A.1 years ago


Rachael Clark
Rachael Clark1 years ago

I've never eaten stuffing. I don't know.

Spencer Young
Spencer Young1 years ago

Thanks for these great ideas and recipes

Barbara L.
Past Member 1 years ago

What great recipes, I really like the wild rice with cranberry, apricot, etc.!

Gypsy Spirit
Past Member 1 years ago

Thank you.