52 Thanksgiving Recipes – Easy Make Ahead Ideas To Help You
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Thanksgiving celebrations often revolve around food, so choosing the perfect Thanksgiving recipes to celebrate is crucial. I’ve compiled a list of 52 recipes to help you serve the perfect feast. This list will help you with any recipe you need, from the main course to appetizers to stuffing to desserts and make-ahead casseroles; I’ve got your covered.
Thanksgiving has got to be one of the most important holidays, and food is king in this holiday.
So if you're stuck on what to serve for Thanksgiving take a look at this list of the best Thanksgiving recipes - including appetizers, desserts, and make-ahead meals and sides that makes your life easier.
Looking for a new turkey dinner recipe this holiday season? You'll love the Citrus Roast Turkey! Sliced citrus with butter, garlic and fresh herbs penetrate your turkey with flavor. Try something new for Thanksgiving
Here you will find the menu and recipes for a beautiful small Thanksgiving dinner for 4. The entire meal (except the gravy) is cooked on a sheet pan! It comes together in much less time than a typical Thanksgiving dinner, and it still has all your family’s favorites, including homemade stuffing, roast turkey, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, homemade cranberry sauce, green beans, and even pan gravy!
Cranberry Hummus Bites combine sweet and savory in an easy holiday appetizer perfect for any holiday party or festive occasion. Not only are these bites easy to make and impressive to serve, but they are also packed with healthy ingredients, like protein-rich chickpeas.
An easy side dish that comes together in under 40 minutes, this honey roasted carrots and parsnips recipe is the perfect side dish for chicken, beef or pork. Flavored with a glaze made with honey, butter and fresh rosemary.
Forget turkey! A stuffed whole chicken is the perfect main for a small Thanksgiving feast. Whole stuffed chicken has butter rubbed under the skin for extra juicy and tender chicken. It is stuffed with traditional, homemade stuffing with bread cubes, celery and seasonings and sprinkled with thyme.
Sweet, crunchy, and the ultimate Thanksgiving side dish, this Sweet Potato Casserole with Walnuts is a must make recipe! Mashed sweet potatoes and a crunchy brown sugar topping come together for a simple and easy side dish!
Cheesy loaded cauliflower bake Cheesy Loaded Cauliflower Casserole Bake is a classic and rich side dish where tender cauliflower is tossed in a cheesy and creamy sauce loaded with mushrooms. People are going to come for second servings and maybe even more. A total rockstar at your dinner table.
There will be no complaints when it comes to this condensed milk pumpkin pie! Prepare the filling the day before for easy prepSweetly spiced whole-wheat snickerdoodles sandwich a dreamy pumpkin filling in these delightful Pumpkin Pie Cookies. Get your fall-flavored dessert fix with just 11 easy-to-find ingredients and 25 minutes of kitchen time!
Sweetly spiced whole-wheat snickerdoodles sandwich a dreamy pumpkin filling in these delightful Pumpkin Pie Cookies. Get your fall-flavored dessert fix with just 11 easy-to-find ingredients and 25 minutes of kitchen time!
Dry Brined Spatchcock Turkey is the easiest and best way to prepare a tender and juicy turkey with crispy skin. The turkey is coated in a blend of kosher salt, herbs, and spices, and refrigerated for several days. Roast in the oven until golden brown for the best tasting turkey you have ever tasted!
Turkey wings are baked, and smothered with a silky gravy for a heartwarming meal that’s perfect for a large gathering and makes a great Thanksgiving dinner substitute when you don’t want to roast a whole turkey.
This Cranberry Turkey Sliders recipe makes good use of all of your Thanksgiving leftovers!
Found the perfect Thanksgiving recipe on this list ? Perfect, I hope you and your family enjoy it and consider sharing it with friends too. After all, Thanksgiving may be about food but it’s also about sharing and spending time together. Enjoy !
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