Are you still deciding on a menu for Thursday? We are here to help! We have you covered from the appetizers, the turkey, thru the sides, and on to the desserts. Here is a list of our very favorite Thanksgiving recipes.
Classic. Delicious. Easy. Loved by all. You can’t go wrong with this guy. Serve it up with crackers, and meats for an appetizer to please the crowds.
This sweet and savory dip will knock your socks off. Tangy cranberry, spicy jalapeño, and smooth cream cheese come together for a festive and delicious dip
Looking for something a little sweet to add to your appetizer table? Pumpkin Pie Dip is the answer. Creamy pumpkin and cream cheese pair with maple syrup and cinnamon for a sweet dip to serve alongside apple slices, pears, and gingersnaps.
Always a favorite – bacon is the cure for all! Crisp water chestnuts, wrapped in bacon, and drenched in a honey bbq sauce are a party in your mouth with this appetizer!
When it comes to turkey – fried takes the cake. Crispy skin with a moist inside – this turkey will be the crown jewel of your Thanksgiving table.
The classic brined and baked turkey. Citrus and apple brine pair perfectly with an herb butter rub that make this turkey flavorful and tender.
The new guy in town – and you’re gonna like him! This smoked turkey has a depth of flavor you can’t replicate.
Mashed potatoes are a classic when it comes to Thanksgiving sides and these spuds are as smooth and creamy as they come.
You’re gonna have gravy, right? Be sure to check out our tips for smooth, flavorful, and flawless gravy.
Stuffing is my personal favorite part of the feast. And this homemade stuffing will not disappoint. We have this recipe perfected and it will be sure to be a hit at your party.
If you want to skip part of the recipe, try our our semi-homemade stuffing. Made special with cranberries and almonds.
Sweet potatoes are another go-to at turkey day, but skip the marshmallow version. Try out decadent sweet potato casserole for a gourmet version of those canned yams.
Bring on the veggies – these green beans are not your grandma’s cream of yuck version. With bacon and pecans this veggie will not be left in the shadows.
Another veggie that is near and dear to our hearts – these bacon Brussels are tender, flavorful, and a favorite around the table.
Skip the canned cranberry sauce and make it homemade. It’s easier than you think, and this dish will actually get eaten – unlike the can of gel.
We ALWAYS serve jello on Thanksgiving, and this layered version is so fun. This is a quick recipe to make, but will definitely deliver lots of smiles on turkey day.
You always need a salad or two to balance things out on turkey day – right? Try out healthy pasta salad for a refreshing change at the dinner table.
If you want to go a more traditional route – try our baked apple salad. With the flavors and textures of fall, this salad will pair perfect with the big feast.
A classic. There isn’t anything more American that apple pie. Serve up this traditional dessert for lots of happy tummies.
This pumpkin pie is a twist on a classic. With a gingersnap crust and salted caramel topping – your guests will be coming back for seconds.
Triple berry pie – tart, tangy, and bursting with fall flavor.
Another classic – pure, unadulterated pecan pie. Why change it if it isn’t broken?
This is the not cherry pie you make from a can. This is homemade, tart, sweet, and Devine Cherry Pie. Serve alamode of with whipped cream.
Rhubard come together with sweet berry for a tart and sweet slice of pie.