Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing

Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing

Let’s talk about this Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing. Can you believe that Thanksgiving is only a little over a week away? How freaking crazy is that? Are you ready? I can tell you right now that I am NOT! I’ve started one of those crazy spreadsheets with cooking temperatures and time length on it – yes, I’ve become one of those crazy cooks!

In other news, I’m actually popping in to tell you how excited I am to be one of Pure Green Magazine’s community leaders for the holiday season! This means I have a little interview and beyond delicious vegan Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing recipe over on their website this week!

I still remember the first time I came across a Pure Green magazine in our little corner bookstore. It was volume four and the main focus was food food food (no wonder it grabbed my attention). After reading through the whole magazine all in one sitting, I jumped online to find out more about them and was amazed to find a really wonderful online community that revolved around it. Fast forward years later and I am not only a part of that community but coined a community leader – how cool is that?!

Okay – hop on over to check out this recipe for Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing as I’m off to continue planning my fully vegetarian Thanksgiving menu. What are you planning to whip up in your kitchen next week?

 

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  • Recipes to try | Cupcakes, kisses and wishes
    November 24, 2015

    […] a new blog called Vegetarian Adventures, everything on it looks good but there’s a Cornbread, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato, & Pomegranate Stuffing that looks […]

  • Mikkel Magnuson
    December 28, 2015

    Hi ! I read the blog but I want to know how we can prepare this recipe . With your description and through images it looks yummy in taste. I am very crazy to cook new recipes . So plz share the ingredients and method of the above recipe. Thanks and Happy New Year.

  • Malin Andersson
    March 18, 2016

    I cooked this recipe last night and enjoy with family. I want to give a special thanks to you for this delicious recipe.

  • Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menu
    November 1, 2016

    […] that in mind, if you have a big team (AKA happy to help family members), I’d suggest adding a cornbread and grain salad recipe to this spread. Here are a few other recipe suggestions if the above recipes […]

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