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Bacon-Wrapped Turkey Breast(with video)
Juicy bacon does double duty in this Thanksgiving showstopper by keeping the lean turkey meat moist and delivering a crispy outer layer.
Green Beans with Gruyère Bechamel(with video)
Earthy and nutty Gruyère cheese puts a new spin on this no-bake green bean casserole that frees up precious oven space.
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Garlic goes from pungent to sweet when roasted, giving these creamy, dreamy potatoes a delicious flavor boost.
Gingery Cranberry Sauce
Take store-bought cranberry sauce to new heights by adding flavor powerhouses like fresh ginger, orange zest, and cinnamon.
Kale Salad with Cranberries, Pepitas, and Parmesan
While pepitas are technically pumpkin seeds, they’re not the kind you roast up after carving a pumpkin. They are softer and come from different squash varieties.
Consider replacing your traditional pumpkin pie with this dessert that uses all the same warm spices and canned pumpkin but pairs them with an ultra-fluffy, creamy cheesecake base.
Cider-Glazed Turkey and Gravy
Sweet from the apple cider and savory from the fresh herbs, this delectable turkey is perfect for feeding your party of 8 with plenty of leftovers for the next day.
Apple Cider Punch
A big-batch drink lets guests help themselves. In this one, apple cider and apple brandy join forces with citrus and whiskey for the perfect autumn cocktail.
Warm Marinated Olives
Adding aromatic bay leaves and flakes of crushed pepper is an easy but elegant way to upgrade this store-bought snack.
Cranberry-Bacon Wheels(with video)
Sweet and tangy from the cranberry, smoky and savory from the bacon, this four-ingredient appetizer has it all.
Butternut Squash Bisque
This creamy soup is a breeze to whip up thanks to already-prepped butternut squash and store-bought broth.
Brussels Sprouts Salad with Dried Cherries
Using store-bought shredded sprouts means the hard work has already been done. A Dijon-spiked dressing, pecans, and dried fruit turn the salad into a crowd-pleaser.
The classic flavors of stuffing—celery, onion, sage—marry beautifully with savory Italian sausage and sweet pears in this Thanksgiving side dish.
Brown Butter Apple-Pear Pie
Browning the butter for the filling of this pie is a simple but cheffy technique that adds nuttiness and depth of flavor.
Mini Maple Pecan Tartlets
These tiny tartlets feature all the flavors of pecan pie in one bite, making it easier to sample all the desserts on your Thanksgiving table.
Herb Roasted Parsnips and Carrots
Sweet root vegetables and fresh herbs are a natural pair in this easy but impressive side dish.
Maple-Bacon Brussels Sprouts
Roasted in bacon fat and glazed with maple syrup, these Brussels sprouts will convert any doubters.
Herbed Crescent Roll Pinwheels
Easy on the eyes, these flavorful pinwheels also melt in the mouth. Serve them as a side or as an hors d’oeuvres with cocktails before dinner.
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There is more to the holidays than the grand meal. You have to have something for your guests to snack on while they wait. Don't panic - we have you covered with these simple snacks.
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