The fall decor, Macy’s parade, and Black Friday madness are quintessential parts of thanksgiving, but let’s face it – we look forward to the FOOD! Your mouth can’t help but water when searching online for delicious recipes.
In the days leading up to turkey day, feeling inspired to cook a grand feast for your guests is at an all-time high. So before we gather around the table with our loved ones and celebrate the blessing of the past year, let’s bring out your finest holiday meals.
Nothing like the present to serve the best dinner of the year!
Need a wow factor for your thanksgiving feast? This fall hors d’oeuvre will have your guests asking for more. The sweet cranberry sauce pair with a nutty flavor cheese offers the perfect mix of sweet and savory.
You can never go wrong with a classic starter. Serve these deviled eggs with a hint of paprika to add warmth to your festive dinner.
At this year gathering cook this dish to impress your family and friends. Once they’ve tasted the tantalizing sausage, cream cheese, and garlic filling, your guests will be asking for more.
Get those leftover mash potato and turn it into something great. These mini fried finger food packed with bacon and cheese will have everyone raving about it all night long.
One look at this hummus, and you know it’s going to be a crowd-pleaser. This seasonal dip is not only chock-full of spicy and fiber but healthy too.
Want an absolute showstopper? The green bean casserole is your ticket to dazzle your dinner guests. With its crispy texture and bright flavors, everyone will be fighting for second’s.
Is there anything more comforting than mash potatoes on Turkey Day? Watch your folks swoon over your smooth, silky, creamy side dish.
Ladies, don’t spend this thanksgiving slaving in the kitchen! Use your slow cooker to do the work for you and make a delicious creamed corn in a matter of minutes!
Whether you cook your stuffing in the bird or on the side, stuffing is a holiday must! With its herb-like fragrance and moist consistency, your stuffing will be a real feast for the senses.
It’s no thanksgiving without the traditional sweet potato casserole at the table. The gooey marshmallows, toasted pecans, and brown sugar, cinnamon mixture is the perfect autumn side dish to your entree.
Get ready to sink your teeth into this fresh and flavorful turkey! With this easy to make, fool-proof recipe as your guide, your turkey will be the centerpiece of your lavish dinner.
This year surprise your folks by cooking an untraditional roast for thanksgiving. Pass on the turkey and bring out the lamb for an unforgettable meal.
Turkey doesn’t need to be the only meat you cook on thanksgiving. Give your bird the boot and add ham to the menu. Make it finger-licking good by spreading a brown sugar glaze on top.
Goodbye, turkey, hello pork tenderloin! Make this year’s feast memorable by cooking a mouthwatering spicy, crispy meat for all to enjoy.
Thanksgiving is around the corner and what better way to kick it off than by having roast beef as your star dish. Serve it elegantly and let your inner carnivore out!
The perfect fall dessert is one that melts in your mouth. These pumpkin spice cookies are soft, light, moist, and topped with a decadent cream cheese frosting. There’s no denying it’s going to be a fall favorite.
Move over, Martha Stewart. These pecan pie brownies will have everyone gobbling up faster than you can say, “it’s a good thing.” One bite of this tasty chocolatey goodness and your folks will be on cloud nine.
A traditional apple crumble pie with a buttery, flaky crust, and a creamy filling is what everyone looks forward to on turkey day along with the vanilla ice cream on top.
Skip over the heavy desserts, and take a chance on apple slices covered in dark chocolate, crushed pecans, and topped with caramel drizzle. Best part, it’s simple to make!
Have the ultimate sweet ending to your dinner with a fresh pumpkin pie cheesecake. Its unique combination flavors of graham cracker crust and heavenly concentration pumpkin zest will become a holiday favorite.
Yanaisis Collazo, Blog/Website & Social Media Manager Intern