Thanksgivukkah Is Coming! A SooFoo Sausage Casserole Recipe and a Giveaway!

SooFoo Sausage Casserole Recipe-3Thanksgiving is my husbands favourite holiday. We’re pretty fond of Jewish high holidays too in this house so this year it’s a double whammy!  I thought this year I would make a special dish for him since we can’t travel to family.

SooFoo Sausage Casserole Recipe-4SooFoo is filling up my cupboards since I can’t stop buying it. I haven’t ever made a recipe with SooFoo so I thought I’d give it a go. This a a great grain casserole and the sausage brings it up another level. So easy, you don’t have to pre-cook the grains at all. All it takes is time in the oven.

SooFoo Sausage Casserole Recipe-2I don’t do many giveaways but this one rocks. Get a SooFoo rice cooker and some sample packs! Try my favourite grain mixes yourself. The recipe doesn’t require the rice cooker so don’t worry if you don’t win however it’s my usual cooking method since you can set it and go. How to enter? Comment! I’m not going to do a rafflecopter or anything like that. Just comment and maybe tell me what your favourite holiday dish is, I’ll pick a winner next Monday.

SooFoo Giveaway

Vegan SooFoo Sausage Casserole


  • 1 cup SooFoo Original
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil
  • 4 vegan sausages I used LightLife Italian
  • 1 lb mushrooms sliced
  • 1 medium onion diced
  • 3 cloves of garlic minced
  • 3 Tbsp margarine
  • 3 cups vegetable broth I used non-chicken broth
  • 1 tsp oregano
  • 1 tsp thyme
  • 1 tsp marjoram
  • salt and black pepper


  • Fry onions and garlic in the olive oil until the onions are soft. Add the sausage, mushrooms and margarine and sauté until the sausage has colour and everything is fragrant.
  • Add the vegetable broth and seasonings. Stir well.
  • Pour into a greased 1 1/2-2-quart casserole dish or keep in your pan if it is oven safe.
  • Bake for 1 hour at 350°F.
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  1. Thanksgivukkah! Nice! 🙂 And your casserole looks delicious. 🙂

    I was just thinking the other day how much I miss your delicious vegan baked goods, which has nothing to do with the sausage casserole – just a random little thought.

  2. My latest fav dish is cooking rice, frying peppers, mushrooms and onoins in a pan and making a mountain of mexican goodness. First add rice in shape of mountain, then add salsa, add veggies, shredded cheese and sour cream or avacado. mountain of yumminess. Use vegan cheese or skip the sour crean if you want to.

  3. Wow that looks totally yummy! LOVE that I see a cast iron skillet in your photos! (I’m a total geek over cast iron.) My favorite holiday dish is my grandmother’s Sweet Potato Souffle, which still tastes just as good when I substitute the milk and butter. Corn flake, pecan, and brown sugar topping YUM!

  4. I am going to try the Vegan SooFoo Sausage Casserole. Sounds like it is going to be a fav in my home! Thanks for the recipe.

  5. this looks delish!!! I love to cook everything this time of year in a crock pot. making some applesauce now

  6. This is such a cool giveaway Thanks !My fave side dish is pineapple bake.Cubed bread,butter,eggs & pineapple.It’s so delicious when it comes out of the oven..

  7. Wow now this made me hungry!! My favorite side dish is grilled green beans, onion and tomatoes. A must have all year round at my house.

  8. I’m definitely bookmarking your recipe, it sounds so good! I don’t really know my favorite thanksgiving dish, but the first thing that pops in my head when I think of Thanksgiving is pumpkin pie 🙂 Last year I made a modified version of a recipe I found for dressing blessing (or might have been blessing dressing); can’t remember all the ingredients, but it had cornbread and sauteed mushrooms and onions; I subbed veg sausage for sausage, and improvised on the poultry seasoning (I had none); it was pretty good; I could just skip looking for that recipe and use this recipe instead!?!

  9. Corn bread stuffing – cubed corn bread with diced vegetables of your choice. I like to change up the variety of vegetables in it each time.

  10. I like to make a traditional southern cornbread dressing–I add chopped pecans. I
    ve been seeing SooFoo and really wanting to try it.

  11. My fiance’ would eat rice EVERYDAY if I would make it.Your recipe sounds yummy!!My favorite holiday dish is broccoli and rice casserole.Thanks for a nice giveaway!

  12. I am certainly one of those people who would rather eat all the stuffing then the turkey LOL ….I love stuffing, and a good salad …gah, my MIL makes the best of both (but never enough in my opinion) and she lives FAR AWAY so now I am hungry for something that I can’t have 🙁

  13. Thank you for the giveaway! My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving and I love my tried-and-true stuffing recipe (dressing, technically?) and Dreena Burton’s homemade cranberry sauce.

  14. I’d love to try SooFoo! My favorite holiday dish is mac and cheese or lasagna- non-traditional, but I never seem to have time to make complicated baked casseroles otherwise.

  15. My favorite holiday dish is invented by my mimi, one of my grandmas. It is a casserole baked in a bundt pan consisting of flaky dough on the outside, and a mixture of spinach, sausage, cream of mushroom, cornflakes, rice and onions baked into it. I bet this SooFoo would be good in it, but I normally make some seitan sausage to put in. It is a family tradition that has its own special nickname in our house.

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  16. I love grain and lentil mixes! I haven’t seen soofoo in my local stores yet but I will hunt for it more diligently. I would always make a wild rice and lentil dish for Thanksgiving. Adding tofu, mushrooms and lots of lacinato kale. It was nice too that came leftover time there was a nutritious meal ready to heat up.

  17. My favorite holiday dish is always mashed potatoes! Thanks for offering such a nice giveaway, I had never heard of SooFoo before this, but it sounds great!

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