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Easy Thanksgiving Loaf (Updated)

Need a main dish this year for Thanksgiving? We've got you covered! Our Thanksgiving loaf literally tastes like stuffing but is made with whole grains and beans/lentils!

I adore this recipe because it works with any whole grain and every bean/lentil (besides red lentils).

I bet you even have almost all of the ingredients already at home.

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Thanksgiving Loaf 
By: The Jaroudi Family  
[8 servings]
2 tbsp vegetable broth or water (for sautéing)
1 cup onion (diced)
1 cup celery (diced)
1 cup carrot (diced)
1 cup mushroom (diced)
2 cups whole grain cooked (we like farro, teff, rice, oat groats)
2 cup beans or lentils cooked (do not use red lentils) 
1 tbsp white miso 
2 tbsp Herbes de Provence
¼ cup nutritional yeast 
2 flax eggs (2 tbsp flax meal mixed with 6 tbsp water//set aside for 10 mins) 
Sauté onions, celery, carrot, and mushrooms with vegetable broth (or water). 
Mix together all ingredients very well in a large bowl.
Move to lined parchment paper loaf pan or silicone pan.
Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for one hour.  
Let rest and cool completely before removing from pan.  

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Michel Beaudet
Michel Beaudet
Nov 13, 2021

I love this recipe. Huge bonus to switch the grains for occasional variety.


Paru Vo
Paru Vo
Oct 09, 2021

Hi Britt, I've made this recipe so many times I'm finally entering it as a recipe in MyFitnessPal ;-) Made your lentil loaf (earlier version), too. This has become a staple at our house. Thanks, Pat in Fla


Launie Krupa
Launie Krupa
Nov 23, 2020

How big of a pan will I need for the Thanksgiving loaf?

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