Canadian Thanksgiving won't exactly be the same this year, but, thankfully, we can still indulge in great food and delicious desserts, like this PC® Plant-Based Apple Crumble pie.\nIt's all about celebrating the spirit of the holidays, even if the traditions are a little bit different. Sure, your usual gatherings might be cancelled, but you can't cancel gratitude and yummy leftovers.\nIf you're curious as to how you can still celebrate Thanksgiving this year, here's a list of 11 ways to make the most of the holiday.\nEnjoy Your Turkey Dinner Over Zoom\nYes, this does sound odd but, hey, times are weird right now. Quite frankly, this might be the closest thing we'll get to a normal Thanksgiving dinner. Let's face it: it's 2020, which means nearly everyone is a computer-whiz by now. The internet is second nature for most of us, so why not use it to our advantage? At this point, we've had virtual graduations, virtual schooling, and even virtual weddings. We should be pros at virtual Thanksgiving. Have some fun with it, send out email invitations for your Zoom dinner and get dressed up in your favourite fall outfit.\nView this post on Instagram This is how we do Easter dinner in 2020.. we go virtual! 🐰🐇 #easterdinner #virtualdinner #familytime #wemakeitwork #duck #risotto #homemmadebread #delicious #wine #food #family #love #chaos #togetherwhileapart #freshflowers #tulips #evendressedup #tookoffthesweatpants #ginger #gayginger #toronto #the6ix A post shared by Brent Caverly (@northern_ginge) on Apr 12, 2020 at 1:33pm PDT\nTry Making A New Recipe With Your Household\nIt's not Thanksgiving without some tasty desserts. This year, spice things up by trying out a new dessert. Baking is a great way to bond with your family, which is what this holiday is all about. Venture out and create something you might've never tried before, like a tasty vegan cheesecake. Whether you have veggie-loving family members, or you're plant-curious and want to try new things, this option is a delicious crowd-pleaser. You can even drop some off at your loved ones' doorsteps and allow them to appreciate it from a distance. Ready in just a couple of hours, the President's Choice No-Bake Vegan Cheesecake with Coconut and Pineapple won't disappoint. In fact, this ‘cheesecake’ is cheese-free, making it totally plant-based. PC® is all about offering products that allow Canadians to discover new flavours and new ways of enjoying food, the brand’s lineup of plant-based products is no exception.\nPresident's Choice\nHost A Virtual Pumpkin-Carving Contest\nThis one will be sure to get you in the Halloween spirit, which is just around the corner. Have your family and friends pick out a pumpkin and carve it to the best of their ability. Set a time limit and once the clock strikes, everyone has to get online and display their work of art. Once completed, have everybody vote. May the prettiest pumpkin win! In this case, it's probably best that the contest is virtual because things can get pretty competitive.\nView this post on Instagram Happy Pumpkin Carving Season! 🎃 Who else is carving a scary pumpkin this year?! #pumpkinszn #freehand #pumpkincarving #fall #scary #halloween #design A post shared by Designs by Maggie (@designs.by.maggie) on Oct 6, 2020 at 6:48am PDT\nBinge-Watch Your Favourite Thanksgiving Specials\nPossibly the greatest thing about this year's Thanksgiving is that there's no reason to feel guilty if you just want to lay around and be comfy. There's nothing like snuggling up on the couch and turning on your favourite Thanksgiving specials.\nView this post on Instagram ◑ I can’t believe I missed the 20 year anniversary of Gilmore girls yesterday!! 😆 The show premiered on October 5, 2000 📺 I first watched the show a few years ago and I didn’t like it at first (I know right???? 😬) but then I started watching it again this year and absolutely fell in love!! it’s cozy • warm • the storylines are so intriguing and the relationship between Rory & Lorelai is just beautiful! I will always be team Jess and my favourite characters are Luke and Lane. happy 20 year anniversary to all my GG fans out there!! I hope you get some coffee! coffee! coffee! 🥰☕️🍂🤎✨ A post shared by [pri] ⋒ 88 prints (@88.pri) on Oct 6, 2020 at 8:06am PDT\nLounge Around & Indulge In Tasty Treats\nPC® has a mouthwatering Plant-Based Apple Crumble Pie that will complement your cozy night in perfectly. Boasting juicy Northern Spy apples tossed in sugar and cinnamon, this ready-made dessert is so buttery-tasting that it's hard to believe it’s made with no butter. Make it extra special by pairing your slice (or two) with a scoop of PC® Plant-Based Coconut Milk Frozen Dessert. If you're feeling peckish later on, whip up a midnight sandwich with some PC® Plant-Based Mayo-Style Spread.\nPresident's Choice\nChallenge Friends To A Virtual Card Game\nLet the games begin — have you and your friends order a fun card game (each), like "Cards Against Humanity" or "What Do You Meme." Find a way to make it work, whether it's via FaceTime, Zoom, or Skype. There are tons of opportunities to have fun together, even when apart. We've definitely managed to find ways to keep connected over the past few months, which is something to be thankful for.\nKetut Subiyanto\nGo For A Scenic Hike & Enjoy Nature\nNo matter how chaotic life may get, nature is always there to help us reconnect with what really matters. 'Tis the season to focus on what's important to us, and there's nothing like a beautiful scenic walk in the middle of autumn to help us appreciate the little things. With the leaves changing colours and the crisp fall air blowing them around, there's something so serene about this time of year. Plus, it wouldn't hurt to walk off that big Thanksgiving dinner.\nView this post on Instagram Un dimanche d’automne à Montréal 🍂 A post shared by Safa (@safazzabi) on Oct 5, 2020 at 6:40pm PDT\nMake DIY Centrepieces For Your Loved Ones\nWith extra time on your hands, this is the perfect opportunity to get your creative juices flowing. Since you won't be able to sit down at the table with all of your family members and friends, it'd be nice to leave them with a sweet token to remind them you're there in spirit. Head over to your nearest craft store and grab everything you'll need to make a harvest-style centrepiece. Light a fall-scented candle and get to work! Once you've finished your mini-masterpieces, deliver them to your loved ones.\nView this post on Instagram Since it’s thanksgiving this week, I thought I’d share some Centerpieces I⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Made for a baby shower. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Her theme was fall harvest, she specifically wanted sunflowers and hints of pink..... because pink , yellow and orange totally go together right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🤦🏻♀️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Decorate your thanksgiving table with this Super easy, totally festive design! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ just cut the pumpkin, take the seeds out, place floral foam inside and add whatever flowers your heart desires! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #thanksgiving #thankagivingdecoration #thanksgivingcenterpiece #centerpiece #falldecoration #fallcenterpiece #fallharvestbabyshower #fallthemedbabyshower #fallbabyshower #girlsbabyshower #babyshowerdecoration #babygirl #babyshowerforgirls #pumpkincenterpiece #pumpkinbabyshower #sweetlittlepumpkin #pumpkinspice #fallharvest #harvest #pinkpumpkin #glitterpumpkin #sunflowers #hydrangeas A post shared by ✨ 𝙿𝚒𝚡𝚒𝚎 𝙳𝚞𝚜𝚝 𝙲𝚞𝚙𝚜 ✨ (@pixiedustcups) on Nov 26, 2019 at 10:00am PST\nOrganize A Socially-Distanced Potluck\nOne of the best parts of Thanksgiving is tasting what everybody else brought. There's no need to miss out on that; you can still enjoy your aunt's incredible mashed potatoes in a socially distanced fashion. Ask your family to whip up their signature dishes and do an exchange. This way, you're all contributing to the same Thanksgiving dinner that you look forward to every year.\nView this post on Instagram Mushroom stuffing lattice, charred and raw Brussels sprouts with fiery sweet chilli ninja chestnuts with a memes classic creamy dressing. Roast potatoes in garlic butter and some mixed veg. Meat free thanks giving. -🌱 -💚 #vegan #veganfood #veganaf #meatfreethanksgiving #anythingyoucaneaticaneatvegan #bestofvegan #veganfoodlover #vegansofinsta #veganmeals #veganvibes #veganeats #tastyvegan #veganfamily #veganism #veganfoodspace #nondairy A post shared by Richard Baker (@vegan_baker1985) on Nov 28, 2019 at 7:18am PST\nPaint A Rock Of Gratitude\nIf you have kids, they'll love this one (you will too). First, you'll need to find a decent-sized rock on your scenic walk or in your yard. Next step, get some paint and decorate your rock as you please. After it's dried, think of something you're thankful for and paint that word onto the rock. It's the perfect craft that doubles as cute front porch decor. Nostalgia warning: this one will bring you back to elementary school days.\nView this post on Instagram There is a chapter in the book ‘The Magic’ that talks about using a rock to help you find gratitude.👏🏼 I know it sounds kinda silly, but hear me out.... Take yourself off into nature to find a rock, or more of a pebble, that is nice & smooth and that fits in your hand. Keep it by your bedside so that every night when you go to bed, you hold your gratitude rock in your hand and think about the best thing that happened to you that day. What it’s actually doing, is making you think about all the things you experienced that day to make you think of your favourite thing.😊 By remembering the great experiences of your day, it puts a smile on your face and makes you appreciate them with gratitude. hence….. GRATITUDE ROCKS! My girls and I loved finding our own gratitude rocks, so we decided to paint up a whole heap and hide them on our travels for others to find. I hope you find one!💖 . . . . #gratitude #gratituderock #themagicbook #rhondabyrnes #thisbookchangedmylife #rocks #nature #hiddenrocks #qldrocks #paintedrocks A post shared by Gillian Haldane (@gillian.haldane) on Aug 4, 2020 at 2:30am PDT\nPlay Board Games & Puzzles\nHave you ever seen those beautiful autumn-scenery puzzles? Spend some time working on one this Thanksgiving with your household. It can be a great interactive activity to bring your family together. If you guys are more into the competitive board games, then pick your poison and have some fun. Reconnecting with loved ones will help you realize that everything will eventually be okay.\nView this post on Instagram When you're almost done, but all of the remaining pieces are the same color! Now, I need to sort those pieces by shape and go from there. What strategy would you use? . . . #pandemicpuzzling #puzzles #puzzler #puzzlemania #puzzlesofinstagram #jigsaws #jigsawpuzzleaddict #puzzlestrategy #almostfinished #mackinacbridge #fallpuzzle #jigsawpuzzle A post shared by PuzzlingTess (@puzzlingtess) on Sep 28, 2020 at 7:41am PDT\nCollect & Donate Canned Goods\nTo demonstrate gratitude, it feels great to help others in need. Giving back is a way of giving thanks. Circumstances make it hard to physically volunteer these days, so instead, buy and collect canned goods to donate. While you're at it, go through the things that you no longer use or want and consider dropping them off at your local shelters. The essence of the season revolves around the goodness of your heart.\nView this post on Instagram In the mood for giving back? Donate to our canned food drive!! We are collecting canned food items and donating them to the local Food Pantry. 🥫 #greystarstudentliving #losangeles #foodpantry #donate #donatecannedfood #live213 #usctrojans A post shared by Tuscany (@tuscanyonfig) on Oct 30, 2018 at 6:17pm PDT\nIf you're looking to welcome new traditions in a year that’s sure to be untraditional, try incorporating more plant-based foods into your home from the tasty PC® Plant-Based lineup. Find their products at your local Loblaws®, No Frills® or Real Canadian Superstore®.\nThis Thanksgiving, keep an open mind and heart. We've all been through a lot. It's time we enjoy each moment with our loved ones — no matter the distance.\nTo discover more PC® Plant-Based products, visit their website. Click here for tasty plant-based recipes to try this Thanksgiving!