Need some inspiration for Thanksgiving this year?
No problem. These are some of our favorite (and simple) appetizers, entrees, sides, and desserts.
I’ve included links out to our other recipe round ups.
What are you making for Thanksgiving dinner?
Leave a comment below! Let us know what you’re serving!
Roasted Jumbo Shrimp for a Crowd
This is so simple. It’s a great way to get a fancy appetizer on the table with minimal effort.
Scale it up or down depending on how many peeps you’re feeding. To make it even easier, get your shrimp peeled and deveined, so you’re ready to go in a flash.
This is another app that’s minimum effort and maximum impact—and packed with flavor.
Customize your baked wheel ‘o cheese by adding different nuts and types of preserves.
Serve on a cutting board with crackers or a loaf of good, crusty French bread and a selection of fresh fruit.
What’s not to love about an appetizer that comes with a built-in handle? Scale this recipe up or down to fit your needs.
Want more appetizer inspiration? Check out these 14 Holiday Appetizers and Side Dishes!
This is how we’re making our turkey this year. It’s an old-school roast turkey.
It stays super juicy because you roast it covered in butter-drenched, wine-infused cheesecloth.
Be still my heart. This beast will always be my favorite holiday entree. Here’s how to roast a whole, bone-in prime rib to perfection.
Intimidated by roasting a whole duck? Don’t be.
This is one of our most popular posts. I’ll show you how to produce a succulent roast duck with step-by-step photos.
Want more options for the centerpiece of your feast? Take a gander at these 18 Fabulous Holiday Entrees.
Three-Cheese Mashed Potato Casserole
You guys. Every time I bring this casserole to a potluck, it's always the first to disappear.
Panko breadcrumbs laced with grated Parmesan give these cheesy spuds some extra texture and crunch.
This is another one of our most popular posts. If you're looking for an easy side, you can't go wrong with a big bowl of fluffy, buttery rice.
It's also a great blank canvas, so you can customize it to fit your meal. (Add minced fresh green herbs, crispy bacon, chopped walnuts, etc.)
These crispy little babies are ridiculously good, and are a great way to turn an ordinary potato into a pretty snazzy side dish with relatively little work.
Check out these 14 Holiday Appetizers and Side Dishes.
People always go back for seconds when I make this pie. Heaps of shaved chocolate as a garnish make this one extra fancy and festive.
These are a great alternative to pecan pie. And it makes a whole sheet pan, so it feeds a crowd. The best part? Make 'em ahead. They keep really well!
This is classic pumpkin pie, straight out of my grandmother's Betty Crocker cookbook from 1950. 'Nuff said.