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The Best Thanksgiving Recipes To Bring To Your Feast

Allie Pastore

Allie was born in Tucson, and has lived in Phoenix, Colorado, and New Mexico...

Allie was born in Tucson, and has lived in Phoenix, Colorado, and New Mexico...

Nov 15 1 minutes read

Imagine if all your friends couldn't stop raving about your food. 

No offense to your grandma’s green bean casserole, but these are sure to impress!

We curated some of our favorite recipes that your friends will be asking about.

Cranberry Brie Bites

If your love for crescent rolls is real during the holiday season, you’ll love how they’re put to use in this recipe. 

Our favorite part about this recipe is that it’s super quick and feeds 24. You’ll never think of brie and cranberry sauce the same way again!


Guilt-Free Pumpkin & Ginger Bread

We chose this recipe because it’s made with healthy additions like applesauce, maple syrup, whole wheat flour, and pomegranate seeds. This bread is filled with sweet pumpkin, ginger, and cinnamon, making it the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving meal. 

Bonus: this bread is perfect to heat up for breakfast!

4-Cheese and Ritz Cracker Mac & Cheese

An easy but delicious mac and cheese recipe you can make ahead of time. Delight your guests with a rich and decadent side dish, who doesn’t love brie?

Turkey Time!

This herb and butter roasted turkey with white wine pan gravy will please anyone. We chose this recipe because it's simple and traditional, yet absolutely delicious. After all, the turkey is the star of the show!

Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecake

Oh my gourd. Move over pumpkin pie, this cheesecake is sure to steal the show. This cheesecake is the perfect fall comfort food and will leave your guests wanting more.

Harvest Apple Ginger Spritz

Picture this: fresh apple juice combined with vodka, orange liqueur, and lemon, along with a sweet honey, ginger, and sage syrup. Mix everything together to create a simple, but delicious, pitcher style cocktail that will make entertaining this Thanksgiving stress free. Top each drink off with a little sparkling water to add some fizz.

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