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Perfect Mashed Potatoes

Everyone’s favorite holiday side dish requires no more than 3 ingredients.


Cider-Roasted Turkey with Giblet Gravy

This turkey uses apples three ways—fresh chunks, crisp cider, and tangy vinegar— for a truly centerpiece-worthy Thanksgiving bird.


Triple Cranberry Sauce

The triple threat of dried cranberries, frozen cranberries, and cranberry juice makes for a sauce no one can resist.


Apple-Sausage Cornbread Stuffing

The sweetness of the apples and cornbread are balanced by the meaty flavor of the sausage for a delicious variation on a classic.


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.


No-Bake Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

This light and creamy no-bake pie comes together fast but requires an overnight chill. Prepare it the day before and it’ll be ready and waiting when it’s time for dessert.


Chocolate-Coffee Truffle Tart

Coffee is the perfect accent to the deep, rich, chocolaty flavor of this tart. Crispy gluten-free chocolate cookies would also work for the press-in crust.


Dijon-Roasted Brussels Sprouts

The sticky sweetness of maple syrup plus garlic and Dijon mustard gives these Brussels sprouts a ton of flavor.


Green Beans with Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions

These onions caramelize themselves overnight in the slow cooker. Keep leftover onions in the fridge or freeze in smaller portions for instant flavor anytime.


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.


Smashed Red Potatoes with Buttermilk and Olive Oil

Leaving the skin on this variation of mashed potatoes gives it a pop of color and a rustic texture.

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