A homemade, flaky pie crust is the base for this Great Pumpkin pie recipe, but canned pumpkin actually wins out over fresh when it comes to an ideal texture and ingredient harmony.
While the original green bean casserole recipe was designed for maximum convenience, ours was designed for maximum flavor. Take a look!
Sweet, buttery and crunchy flavors and textures — combined with a zip of bourbon — make this side dish perfect for the holidays.
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Food Blogs Star Monique Kilgore of the divine Divas Can Cook site shares her plans for the Thanksgiving holiday!
Food Blogs Star Beth Moncel of the clever and creative Budget Bytes blog shares her plans for – and thoughts about – the Thanksgiving holiday!
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Here’s a look at a couple different Thanksgiving-themed scavenger hunts so you can customize the experience that will work for you and your family!
Meet Food Blogs Star Katie Higgins of the sweet Chocolate Covered Katie blog, who shares her plans for the Thanksgiving holiday!
We cooked up a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving dinner this year at the Grateful studio. Take a peek behind the scenes of our holiday video for some mouthwatering menu inspiration!
Over the years, I discovered that tiny sizing Thanksgiving for one or two people is a fun way to enjoy the meal without the stress or the sadness that comes with … well, frozen meals.
What do people who cook for a living eat for Thanksgiving dinner? Food Blogs Star Jessica Gavin of the amazing JessicaGavin.com site shares what she will be cooking for this holiday!
Making a juicy, delicious turkey for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other time of year may be simpler than you think!
If you’re looking for something a little different to serve for dessert this Thanksgiving, you must try this elegantly-glazed, deliciously-spiced Pumpkin Bundt cake.
These amazing, smooth mashed potatoes get a little extra vibrancy thanks to mascarpone cheese, and a sprinkling of thyme gives them a touch of color and bit more warm flavor.
I have always been a pumpkin pie purist: I like to eat a simple pie, old-fashioned pie all by itself. Well, after trying this recipe, I have changed my mind. Now I want pumpkin pie like this.
This luscious pie offers a delectable combination of apples and cranberries, creating a punch of festive flavor and color.
By cooking Brussels sprouts in this sweet and zesty sauce, and adding the salty flavor of bacon, you will turn a holiday veggie dish into a real treat.
Holiday visits are an opportunity to recharge and reconnect with your college kid. However, chances are that no one will have quite the visit they imagined,
This onion soup has soul-warming staples like chicken broth, this recipe adds a touch of decadence with a hint of wine and the to-die-for creaminess of cream cheese.
Our practically perfect pecan pie recipe is made with a light corn syrup , making it sweet and flavorful but allowing the taste of the nutty toasted pecans to shine through.
Forget serving cranberry sauce that slides out of the can on Thanksgiving Day. It’s easy to whip together this delicious fresh cranberry sauce that will dazzle your guests!
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A pair of two-word phrases that come from the mouths of kids almost always drive parents crazy, with extra emphasis on family holidays such as Thanksgiving.
Non-family focused Thanksgiving gatherings — Friendsgivings — have received more notice of late and with good reason.
The warm taste of caramel apples combines with crisp, bubbly cider in one pretty amber-colored caramel apple sparkling sangria.
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Fresh and warm out of the oven, these delicious whole wheat dinner rolls with pumpkin seeds are the perfect accompaniment to most any holiday dish.
Don’t let the word vegan in the title make you think this is lesser version of another recipe! Every bowl of this cauliflower-onion soup is rich, hearty, full-flavored, and altogether delicious.
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Whoever said man can’t live on football alone must have been nuts. Because nobody says that. We’ve been doing it for decades.
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There are plenty of creative conversation starters to jazz up holiday socializing. These 20 prompts will help keep the conversation interesting without treading into unpleasant territory.
For the kids’ table for this Thanksgiving, think about complementing the adults’ table and enhancing it with kid-friendly elements, rather than recreating it.
Now you can see what a perfect deep fried turkey looks like, and get a step-by-step guide to the whole process from start to delicious finish!
No holiday would be complete without cornbread dressing — also known as stuffing, for those of you not in the South.
This recipe uses Colby jack for its ultimate melty goodness and adds smoked cheddar for a gourmet taste.
With a hint of cinnamon and honey, this sweet and tangy cranberry-orange sauce needs to be on the dinner table at your next holiday feast.
Think of the humble mashed potato as a semi-blank canvas awaiting your masterpiece. Here are a couple suggestions for some tasty ways to use up those leftover mashed potatoes from Thanksgiving!
Have you ever wondered how the sweet potato came to be served with marshmallows? Find out, and get some amazing recipes combining those two tasty treats!
A holiday cocktail with a spicy kick? Sign us up! This tangy, holiday take on a traditional cosmopolitan is the perfect add-on to festive gatherings with friends and family.
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Yearning for a delectable holiday dish that will delight your adventurous eaters and please more traditionally-minded guests? This Italian-style stuffed spaghetti squash recipe is for you!
The Moscow mule is a true classic drink, and it’s easy to add a bit of cheer to this super-easy recipe with the ultimate cranberry wine flavor burst.
This velvety vegan cheese sauce is the perfect recipe for turning into the creamiest vegan mac and cheese of your life.
A Thanksgiving meal is not complete without homemade cloverleaf dinner rolls. This year I’m using white whole wheat flour to add a little nutritional benefit and some fiber.
Give a Southern tradition a try with this delicious sweet potato pie recipe!
Infuse the potatoes with flavor by boiling them in chicken broth until they reach peak tenderness. Then comes lots of butter, half–and-half and cream cheese for a creamy goodness overload.
Here’s a homemade crustless pumpkin pie with a soft, custard-like texture which will satisfy vegans and omnivores alike!
With all the hearty protein and sweet side dishes served during Thanksgiving, don’t forget to make at least one healthy option. These green beans with almonds and citrus notes are easy to prepare, and taste delicious.
Nothing conjures up images of a lovely fall day better than brightly-colored leaves — which makes these maple leaf cookies the perfect autumn treat!
This light and fluffy Italian cream cake recipe combines a few simple ingredients to create a made-from-scratch taste experience that you and your family will savor.
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This Thanksgiving, or use refrigerated cans of pizza dough or French bread dough to create a horn-of-plenty masterpiece centerpiece!
If you’ve ever wanted a delicious apple dessert — but something that’s not apple pie — check out these collection of amazing apple desserts.
Hasselbackspotatis — a dish better known in the United States as Hasselback potatoes — combines the best parts of a baked potato with the crunchy goodness of potato wedges.
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Want to make a difference? You don’t have to be rich, you just have to make the time! Here are 10 ways to give back with your family this Thanksgiving.
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This unique twist on the ordinary cranberry sauce recipe isn’t only great for Thanksgiving dinner – jalapeño cranberry sauce is also the perfect spread for a turkey sandwich!
Take a look at these great options for ordering Thanksgiving dinner out this year!
This holiday season, it’s okay to take a few shortcuts — which is great, because the quickest and tastiest way to golden brown breadsticks bursting with buttery goodness is with prepackaged dough!
Thanksgiving Day calls for a sweet vegetable side dish that everyone can enjoy. So turn to the classic, glazed carrots! A good root vegetable is a necessity on your Thanksgiving table!
Here are a few fresh takes on sweet potato casserole that will please longtime fans, and might gain some new converts!
This updated recipe for sweet potatoes takes the old-standby casserole and elevates it to a new height; the soufflé.
Potlucks can be as disappointing as an overcooked turkey. This Thanksgiving, we’re helping to take the ‘bad luck’ out of potluck by offering a few tips to organize the holiday food.
The chestnuts add an extra boost of flavor and texture to an already amazing stuffing blend. The sausage makes this side dish extra savory, while the pears add just a bit of sweetness.
Here is a truly Southwestern meal you can serve for a holiday, or make for guests any week of the year.
Our attitude toward anything in life ultimately determines how successful we will be — and gratitude is no exception.
This uniquely delicious recipe merges the rich flavors of cheesecake, eggnog and crème brûlée into one very impressive dessert.
It may seem that turkeys and chickens can be made cleaner and safer by washing them before cooking. But does rinsing or washing poultry make it safer to eat?
Through it includes both Chambord and champagne, this bright and festive citrus season sparkling punch is a lower alcohol-volume punch, making it great for brunch.
Two of the top tastes of the holiday season in one delicious treat! The warm flavors of pumpkin and eggnog mingle gorgeously in these simple but elegant little cupcakes.
Orange juice, orange zest and fresh cranberries give this recipe all kinds of zing, they’re orange and red — which in and of itself makes them look so festive.
Sure, I could bring a healthy dish to a holiday party, but let’s be honest: It’s hard to get as merry over carrot sticks as bacon-wrapped asparagus spears, or even better, onion dip and Ruffles.
The best gravy isn’t necessarily the star of the show, but is the kind of important player that brings out the best in the turkey and the mashed potatoes!
Thanks to freshly ground black pepper, this triple mushroom stuffing recipe has a nice kick to it. The cremini and shiitake mushrooms provide a meaty flavor.
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As you confirm your Thanksgiving dinner menu, you might find that you’re missing a few pieces of essential cooking equipment. Luckily, you can easily order these editor-approved cooking tools online!
This Holiday spice sweet potato pie is traditionally a Southern Thanksgiving treat, with roasted sweet potatoes and whiskey, giving it serious depth and flavor.
In ‘Smashed, Mashed, Boiled and Baked – and Fried, Too,’ author Raghavan Iyer says that the secret to mashed potatoes lies in the right floury potato, a potato ricer and, of course, cream and butter.
Boost your turkey’s flavor quotient with a little help from fresh lemons, fennel seeds, and a lightly-spiced brown butter sauce.
Here’s a recipe to please both sweet potato lovers and regular potato fans!
This turkey recipe is kicked up a few notches thanks to the ginger and cayenne pepper. It’s all balanced with a bit of sweetness from the brown sugar and honey glaze.
For at least a century, apple pie has been considered our country’s favorite pie. To help you choose most scrumptious dessert to make, we gathered eight of our favorite apple pie recipes.
These apple pumpkin pancakes are a fabulous fall breakfast temptation! They’re especially irresistible when drizzled with caramel sauce and cream cheese glaze.
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Here, take a peek at some of the most popular pumpkin spice mixes. With these blends revealed, you can make amazing lattes, pies, muffins, cookies, cheesecake, pumpkin butter, cakes and more!
These profiteroles with their spicy, chocolaty cannoli filling make for a sensational autumn or winter dessert, and can be offered alongside — or instead of — traditional holiday desserts.
If you’re looking for a grand finale for your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, these gorgeous pumpkin spice cakes may be just the finish you need!
During the holidays, the dinner is the star of the show — but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for some delicious dips in the hours before the main meal!