As someone who has never cooked her own Thanksgiving dinner, this year is the year I’ll be attempting it. Here are some recipes to give a whirl this year.
What would Thanksgiving be without a killer main course?
Mayonnaise Roasted Turkey [x]
Don’t have enough guests coming over to justify cooking an entire turkey? Or maybe (like me) you’re just terrified of cooking a whole turkey. The solution? This Slow Cooker Turkey Breast [x].
My Mother’s Stuffing [x]
Sage, Onion, and Smoked Bacon Stuffing [x]
Homemade Stovetop Stuffing [x]
Slow Cooker Buttery Garlic Herb Mashed Potatoes [x]
Honey Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes [x]
Campbell’s Green Bean Casserole [x]
Honey Maple Roasted Carrots [x]
Roasted Parmesan Green Beans [x]
Spinach Salad with Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette [x]
Sweet Dinner Rolls [x]
Foolproof Turkey Gravy [x]
Classic Cranberry Sauce [x]
Apple Orange Cranberry Sauce [x]
Whipped Cinnamon Pumpkin Honey Butter [x]
Clearly the best part of the entire day.
Pumpkin Bourbon Cheesecake With Spiced Pecan Crust [x]. The added benefit of this recipe is that it’s both Low Carb and Gluten Free.
Simple Apple Crisp [x]
Blackberry-Peach Pie [x]
Salted Caramel Sour Cream Cake [x]
And for those of you looking for a something more chocolatey (read: me), here is a Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake [x]. Also, be sure to know that this is not an easy-to-make dessert. Read the recipe a few days beforehand to get a feel of how much labor is involved.
Have a wonderful and delicious Thanksgiving! Happy eating!