Let’s face it, every year you make the same old recipes, don’t you? They may be family traditions and I am sure everyone likes them but are they awesome? Does everyone really LOVE them? If you might be thinking no, then these are the recipes you need to check out. Wake up your taste buds and surprise your friends and family with something tasty and new.
Pumpkin Caramel Rolls
Looking for a breakfast delight. Nibbles through the day? A lovely gooey dessert? Try this, I am sure they will become a new family tradition.
If you are hosting Thanksgiving, you may be having some out of town guests over. That means you have to feed them more than just dinner. Try these Sweet-Potato Waffles for a bit of something different at breakfast.
Roasted Acorn Squash Soup
Nothing says autumn so much as a good soup. Enjoy all of the flavours coming together in a lovely creamy, vegetarian and vegan option.
Roast Pumpkin, Spinach and Feta Salad
For the appetiser/salad course, this with a honey balsamic dressing. Perfect for anytime, but excellent for your special holiday meal.
15-Minute Green Beans and Bacon
Now if your side dishes are feeling a little bit bland, try this easy 15 minute green beans and bacon dish. It is quick, it is easy, it will be a hit with pretty much anybody. After all, who can turn down bacon and green beans?
Wild Rice and Mushroom Pilaf With Cranberries
If you want the taste of the season but want to try something new and interesting, try this lovely side dish. Sure to be a hit with everybody, it showcases the cranberry flavour they will be expecting this Thanksgiving.
Garlic & Parmesan Mashed Cauliflower
Would you like to have at least one healthy side dish on the table this year? This is a low calorie, low-carb, healthy substitute for those mashed potatoes everybody loves and is simply delicious.
Cheesy Chive Bacon Mashed Potatoes
If you’re not into a cauliflower-potato substitute, why not try this instead? Who could resist? This quick recipe is sure to hit the spot.
Sweet Potato Apple Bake
If you’re tired of the same old stuff, why not experiment a bit and liven up your veggies.
If you looking for an interesting, and easier way to serve stuffing, then this recipe is one for you. Make your stuffing in the shape of muffins makes it easier to portion and easier to freeze leftovers.
Kinda Savory Kinda Sweet Stuffing That Definitely Isn’t Bread Pudding
No Thanksgiving is complete without a good stuffing. Haven’t found your perfect stuffing yet? Want to try something different? This recipe is it!
Bacon Wrapped Turkey You Cannot Resist
I’m not really sure if I need to say anything more, I mean it’s turkey, wrapped in bacon. Enough said.
Cupcake Stuffed Turkey
If you’d like to really surprise your guests with something completely unexpected, stuff your turkey with some cupcakes. Th recipe combines flavours of the season with an interesting surprise when you cut into your turkey.
Butterflied Turkey with Apple-Cranberry Glaze
If you’re looking for a statement presentation of your turkey, try a spatchcock turkey. It certainly does make an entrance when presenting it on the table. And the applesauce cranberry glaze is wonderful.
Ancho-Scallion Roast Turkey Breast
If you don’t want to make a whole turkey bone in, how about turkey breast instead? Using ancho chiles, scallions and a whole turkey breast this is an excellent substitute if you want to have turkey but without the carving.
Thanksgiving Turkey Cake
If you want to make a real “Wow” statement this Thanksgiving, this is it. This savoury layer cake shows your entire turkey dinner combined. From the ground turkey filling to the mashed potato icing, complete with stuffing sweet potatoes cranberry sauce, you name it, it’s here. Your guests will certainly have something to talk about when you present this on your table.
Raspberry Red Wine Cranberry Sauce
Now a lot of people do like their cranberry sauce straight from the can. They like the jiggly and like being able to cut it with a knife. If however, you are looking for something a little next step up, try this absolutely decadent home-made cranberry sauce. It will be a big hit, especially with the raspberry and cranberry together.
Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake
Spark up your dessert with this lovely flavour combination of Craisins and Cran∙Cherry Cocktail. It gives that holiday flavour a bit of a kick.
If you love tiramisu, try this seasonal variation. Layers of pumpkin mousse, coffee dipped ladyfingers and absolute scrumptiousness.-*-*-*-*-*-*
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