If you have waited until the last minute to make your Thanksgiving cooking list, have no fear. This Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup will save any procrastinator.
I don’t know about you, but November always flies by! I tend to find myself always freaking out just a little bit the weekend before Thanksgiving. Usually I haven’t finalized my menu or even started to order groceries. I’m not even a procrastinator, so it’s really out of character for me. So I rounded up some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes and thought I would share. While I may not make all of these recipes in one year, it’s a great list to draw from, especially if you are wanting to try out a few new Thanksgiving recipes this year.
We usually have our Thanksgiving feast a couple hours before a typical dinner. To prevent people from being in the kitchen and wanting to eat before hand, I love to have a charcuterie board ready. The charcuterie board is always a hit. Here are some of my favorite additions to make it a little extra special.
Cranberry Cream Cheese Dip
This cranberry cream cheese dip is the most delightful holiday dip. It's easy to put together and makes a great addition to any appetizers or charcuterie boards. Check out this recipe
Baked Brie with Cranberries and Toasted Pecans
The best charcuterie boards have an assortment of cheeses. This baked brie with cranberries and toasted pecans will not only wow all of your guests with its impressive look on your board, but they will be dying over the taste. Check out this recipe
Cranberry Avocado Salsa
The best cranberry avocado dip you'll every have. This recipe will have you freezing all of your cranberries for easy access all year long. Check out this recipe
In my humble opinion, it’s not a Thanksgiving dinner without a good roll. Forget the store bought bread. You are extremely capable of making homemade rolls and your guests will love you for it.
Buttery Lion House Rolls
These light and buttery rolls are the perfect addition to any Sunday dinner, soup, and a definite must for Thanksgiving. Check out this recipe
Honey Yeast Rolls
These honey yeast rolls are so good they are called the donut rolls in our house. You can't go wrong with these light, fluffy, and slightly sweet dinner rolls. Check out this recipe
Sides are the key to a successful Thanksgiving. If for some reason your turkey is dry, the delicious sides will make up for it! These are just a few of my favorite side dish recipes.
Pineapple Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
This Pineapple Sausage Cornbread Stuffing recipe is the only stuffing recipe you will every need. It has everything from sausage to cornbread and everything in between. Check out this recipe
Roasted Cauliflower with Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
This roasted cauliflower is dressed up with the creamiest red pepper sauce. It's the perfect veggie for any dinner. Check out this recipe
Candied Coconut Sweet Potatoes
These candied coconut sweet potatoes will be the star of your Thanksgiving table! Creamy sweet potatoes with a caramelized coconut topping. To. Die. For. Check out this recipe
You better same room for dessert! There is almost always a “pie table” no matter where you are eating for Thanksgiving. I love to add a few non pie desserts as well so everyone is happy.
The Best Pecan Pie
This old fashioned pecan pie is hands down the best pecan pie you'll ever had. This recipe is handed down to me from my grandmother and easy enough for any one to make. Check out this recipe
Pumpkin Pie Cake Bars
Whether you love or hate pie, you will be a fan of this Pumpkin Pie Cake. The filling is reminiscent of pumpkin pie, but the cake crust will have you swooning over these in no time. Check out this recipe
Cinnamon Apple Cake
This cinnamon cake is filled with chunks of tart apples and crunchy nuts. Then, to top it off you drench it in the most amazing caramel sauce. Check out this recipe