Trader Joe's Releases Exciting Vegan Thanksgiving Options

Trader Joe's continues to up its vegan game
The new turkey-less roast is an updated version of last year's (Photo: Instagram)

Top U.S. retailer Trader Joe's has launched several plant-based products for the festive season.

Following its recent release of a vegan Almond Nog holiday beverage, the supermarket chain has rolled out more animal-free dishes.

This pie mix is 100 percent vegan (Photo: Instagram)

Options

Exciting new vegan options include a Breaded Turkey-less Stuffed Roast with Gravy, which features breaded seitan filled with cranberry-speckled stuffing.

Spotted by Instagram user @Traderjoesvegan earlier this week, the new addition is already a hit with vegans.

Another decadent offering perfect for Thanksgiving is the Sweet Potato & Marshmallow Pie Mix, as well as the Riced Caulifower Stuffing.

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