Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t always have to be about the turkey. For vegetarians and vegans, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to indulge in savory dishes that follow their restricted diets.

Whether you are attending a holiday gathering or looking for an alternative dish to add your Thanksgiving dinner menu, there are plenty of recipes that will satisfy everyone around the table.

Below are six vegetarian and vegan recipes for traditional Thanksgiving foods that can be served to people who are on a meatless diet.

1. Turkey

Skip that 20-lb turkey and serve up a nice helping of Tofurkey Roast. I Love Vegan has the perfect recipe to turn the average plant-based item into a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. After picking up the Tofurky Roast from your local supermarket, you will need to let it thaw in the fridge for at least 24 hours. With the addition of fingerling potatoes, carrots, rosemary, thyme and a few other items, you will be serving up a delicious feast in no time.

However, if you aren’t interested in the Tofurkey route, Delish has a tasty Thanksgiving Cauliflower recipe that may even interest some of the carnivores at your dinner table.

2. Gravy 

This Vegetarian Mushroom Gravy from Delish is also vegan-friendly. Unlike regular gravy, which involves a mixture of meat drippings, this gravy offers a plethora of mushrooms, herbs and onions. 

3. Dessert 

Spoil the vegans at your table with this tasty Vegan Cheesecake. This recipe from Delish calls for almonds, almond butter, vegan cream cheese, frozen strawberries and a few other ingredients. This dessert can also be made ahead of time and place it into the freezer. Take the cheesecake out of the freezer 30 minutes to an hour before serving.

4. Stuffing

Thanksgiving won’t be complete without a nice helping of stuffing. This Crockpot Vegetarian Stuffing from Show me the Yummy is also vegan-friendly. While preparing the dish, swap out the 1 cup of butter for a vegan butter like Earth Balance. 

5. Casseroles

This Vegan Green Bean Casserole from Delish utilizes the versatility of almond milk to recreate the creaminess of a classic green bean casserole. 

For those who are trying to stay healthy over the indulgent holiday, this Sweet Potato Casserole from Joy Food Sunshine is sugar-free, paleo and will appeal to both vegetarians and vegans. With ingredients like apple sauce, sweet potatoes and crushed pecans, this casserole will allow diners to help themselves to several additional scoops without any guilt.