Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole – Vegan + Gluten-free {Guest Post by Healthful Pursuit)

by Beth @ Tasty Yummies

A Very Tasty Thanksgiving - COMING SOON to

Today’s post in our Thanksgiving series comes from one of my favorites! I am sure most of you are familiar by now with Leanne from Healthful Pursuit (she and I have guest posted on each other’s sites on several occasions). If you aren’t yet, you are definitely missing out. Leanne shares not only some of the most delicious looking gluten-free recipes you will every see, but all of Leanne’s recipes celebrate the best in what food has to offer us! Being a Holistic Nutritionist, Leanne’s has a passion and commitment to not just her recipes and her photos, but to sharing with her readers all of the insightful and useful knowledge that she has about food and eating. Not only is Leanne sharing an incredible recipe for Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole with us today, but as usual, her super helpful and beautiful step-by-step photos accompany the recipe to make it that much more enticing and accessible. Enjoy.

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Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole - Vegan + Gluten-free

How’s everyone doing today? My name’s Leanne and I blog over at Healthful Pursuit, a wholesome living blog dedicated to allergen-free living, holistic nutrition and intuitive eating. I’m super pumped to be sharing a new healthy Thanksgiving recipe with you!

Recently; as in yesterday, a bunch of friends, clients, readers, family members and I were on a two week cleanse to clean up our dietary habits and prepare our bodies for Winter. Knowing full well that we’d all be finishing a cleanse when I was contributing to Beth’s Thanksgiving roundup, I planned to prepare a recipe for us today that was as cleanse-friendly as possible, while still being more than acceptable to be prepared for any Thanksgiving feast.

Instead of the sugar-laden sweet potato casserole that we’re all used to, I’m coming at you guys with a clean-eating sweet potato casserole that’s so ridiculously good that you wont miss the marshmallows, corn syrup or brown sugar.

There’s nothing I hate more than a Thanksgiving food comma and this recipe will not contribute to a drowsy Thanksgiving evening, that’s for sure.

Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole - Vegan + Gluten-free

Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole - Vegan + Gluten-free
If you’re like me and you’re in Canada, this could easily pass as an everyday meal too. Pair with a chicken breast, maybe a bit of steamed veggies and you’re rockin’ it, regardless if Thanksgiving has come and gone already.

Garlic Maple Sweet Potato Casserole - Vegan + Gluten-free

Thanks for having me over today, Beth! I hope you all have a great Thanksgiving filled with love, good food, and fabulous company.


Leanne Vogel 11.05.12
Leanne is a Holistic Nutritionist and writer for her wholesome living blog where she shares her passion for eating intuitively, and creating gluten-free and often allergen-free recipes. 

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Tamikko Gordin November 19, 2012 at 12:48 pm

Yum Yum Yummy!!! I just love Leanne and all her recipes. I think I’ll cut this one in half and try it out before Christmas on some of my family. I bet I’ll be making it for the big day 🙂


2 Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit November 19, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Aw thanks, Tamikko! I’m planning to do the same for Christmas, too 🙂


3 Chris @ Weekly Meal Plan November 21, 2012 at 4:31 am

They look amazing. So glad you decided to share them with us! I’m thinking about whipping up a batch for lunch! 😉


4 De December 8, 2014 at 1:10 pm

Wish I had found this recipe a few weeks ago when I was looking for ways to “duplicate” the traditional Thanksgiving recipes into versions which could be eaten by Mom. She is on a gluten free, dairy free and sugar free diet.
We eventually opted for roasted sweet potatoes with garlic and rosemary but I positive she would have enjoyed this version. Just gives me a reason to make a sweet potato casserole fir Christmas dinner!


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