Bring something new to the table 🦃
This year, Thanksgiving dinners everywhere are sure to include some new foods like SauFennel — the perfect antidote for feasts that seemingly go on forever! Traditional plates are getting vegan and gluten-free makeovers too, as people aim to eat healthier even during the holidays.
We’ve got a riddle for you:
What's the one thing everyone likes to gobble up on Thanksgiving but won't leave you too full for pie?
It’s okay. You don’t need to wait till the next TGIFennel Newsletter for the answer; it’s treats made with SauFennel! Did you think the answer was, riddles? 🎉 😉
Have some SauFennel treats at the ready when Turkey Day arrives! We've got the most delicious digestive treats to cover all your post-meal damage. Relieve those feelings of bloating and gas the natural way. A few teaspoons of one of our mixes or a few of our bite-sized tea biscuits will help you ready yourself for whatever other desserts await.
A Thanksgiving Side Recipe Hacked 🍽
What seemed like a dream a few decades ago for aspiring vegans who were mostly limited to bland, dry alternatives to butter, has now become a miracle that their tongues and tummies CAN’T believe is true!
Case in point, check out the Thanksgiving sides recipe below that uses vegan butter, Acorn Squash, and SauFennel! Our friends over at Butter Me Up make some dreamy vegan butter that you have to try! We came across this small business at one of the farmer’s markets we attended, and have since been in love with their creamy butter and mouth-watering scones!
A Special Thanksgiving Offer For You
Pick up a gourmet butter of your choice from Butter Me Up and mix it in with our SauFennel Mixes to add a healthful twist to your turkey basting, stuffing, potatoes, and more! When you place an order at Butter Me Up, put Saufennel in the notes and get two mini scones free! 👇🏼
ACORN SQUASH, SAUFENNEL, & VEGAN BUTTER
This recipe was hacked by SauFennel! The original calls for fresh herbs and brown sugar.
Here’s what to do:
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- Halve or quarter the Acorn Squash (leave the outer layer or skins on)
- Hollow out each of the acorn squash. Scrape out the seeds and stringy things.
- Next add a generous tablespoon of vegan butter to the center of each squash followed by 1 heaping tablespoon of whole or ground-up Rock Your World Mix by SauFennel. Next drizzle squash with maple syrup.
- Try also butter with chopped fresh sage or rosemary.
- Place the squash flesh side up onto baking sheets and sprinkle each quarter with salt.
- Pour 2 cups water into the bottom of the baking pan.
- Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 minutes. Remove foil and bake an additional 30-45 minutes, or until squash is golden brown.
- In the last 5 minutes of baking, turn on the broiler and allow the tops to get a little browner and the butter mixture to bubble.