Modern family, meet the modern holiday cookbook: Homemade for the Holidays, from Thanksgiving.com. With more than 250 recipes, gifts and hosting tips, there’s something here for everyone!
It’s Thanksgiving and you need a memorably mouthwatering roasted turkey recipe. We’ve got one for you! This orange, anise, and thyme roasted turkey boasts big citrus flavor and the complementary meat-loving tastes offered by star anise, fresh thyme, and garlic.
Dare to be different this Thanksgiving and surprise your hungry holiday guests with these delicious salt and vinegar kale mashed potatoes!
Golden, delicious and moist, this perfect roast turkey will certainly turn heads this Thanksgiving. By using Martha Stewart’s foolproof method for brining and roasting, your T-day turkey will be the showpiece it’s supposed to be.
Sweet potatoes are a welcome addition to any holiday gathering — but you don’t need a special occasion to serve these Roasted maple cinnamon sweet potatoes!
This yarn pumpkin garland craft is the ideal, easy, DIY craft to fit right in with the pumpkin theme that will soon take over.
Hooray for baked macaroni and cheese that is three-cheese creamy, soul-food comforting, and easy to get on the table to feed a hungry crowd.
When your friends are raving about their morning pumpkin spice lattes, you can tell them about your new favorite evening drink. Our pumpkin fizz cocktail delivers the festive flavors of fall in an easy, effervescent boozy brew.
Get cookin’ with this selection of delicious and easy Instant Pot recipes that will help you create everything from main meals to appetizers to desserts without even turning on your stove.
Before the Thanksgiving meal is over, we’re already thinking of the mouthwatering ways we can gobble up the leftovers. And this loaded turkey enchiladas recipe is one of the tastiest of options!
Is your inner carnivore in need of a juicy, meaty helping of fantastically-flavored beef? This garlic herb-crusted roast beef won’t disappoint!
Thanksgiving may be over but digging into leftover turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes has just begun! These three holiday favorites can be repurposed into Thanksgiving leftovers bites to serve hot with leftover gravy for dipping.
The Thanksgiving table has been cleared and now you’re wondering what to do with the yummy abundance of turkey and other holiday leftovers. Dig into these nine easy leftover turkey recipes and turn your traditional Thanksgiving dishes into mouthwatering meals that will make you want to cook a turkey dinner more often.
Looking for creative ways to feed your family with those tasty Thanksgiving leftovers? Forget the tired turkey sandwiches. Instead, deliciously surprise them with this turkey pot pie soup.
Though the Thanksgiving turkey dinner is an excitingly delicious celebration, we get even more excited over all the creative ways we can use the holiday leftovers. This recipe for leftover turkey chili smothered sweet potatoes will have you waiting impatiently for the table to be cleared.
Our smoky turkey corn chowder with bacon will make you want to roast a turkey more than once a year just so you can feast on this belly-warming soup.
It’s a post-Thanksgiving fiesta with these leftover turkey taquitos with nutty buffalo dipping sauce. Just because the Thanksgiving dinner is over doesn’t mean the party has to stop. Repurpose that extra turkey with these tasty taquitos.
If your traditional Christmas turkey has your family yawning, make our mayonnaise roasted turkey recipe and watch them eagerly run to the holiday table.
Thanksgiving dinner is done and you’ve got leftover turkey eagerly waiting to be turned into a completely different meal. Our leftover turkey shepherd’s pie will not disappoint.
This gluten-free and vegan maple pecan pie crust is the perfect addition to your next pie-baking adventure. And it doesn’t require a ton of prep — just a food processor, your ingredients, a glass pie pan and a little bit of time.
With this recipe for carnitas-style turkey tacos made with leftover Thanksgiving turkey, your turkey troubles are toast
Find out how to make your own delicious homemade pumpkin spice, and infuse that flavor into these not-so-basic pumpkin spice recipes for a cozy fall feeling any time of year!
We just happen to have a craft that takes pom poms to a whole new level. This Autumn pom pom wreath will soon become a regular addition to your home and most likely those of friends and family once they admire your creation.
Our maple bacon roasted Brussels sprouts boast the vegetable’s nutty flavor that is delectably complemented with big bacon savoriness, naturally sweet maple syrup, a hint of tart apple cider vinegar and a tongue-tantalizing punch of grainy mustard. What’s not to love?
Looking for the best vegan Thanksgiving stuffing to serve on your holiday dinner table? Our mushroom stuffing is not only vegan-approved, it will also make your guests on a gluten-free diet deliciously weak in the knees.
When your usual mashed potatoes recipe has fallen flat on the taste buds of your Thanksgiving guests, arouse their palates with our whipped potatoes and horseradish recipe.
Need an impossibly delicious Thanksgiving side-dish that will delight the vegans at your holiday table while pleasing the palates of your non-vegan guests? We’ve got the best roasted-garlic mashed potatoes recipe you will ever fork into your mouth!
Cheese lovers rejoice! This cheesy sausage and sage stuffing is a Thanksgiving game changer. Forget the traditional cheese-free stuffings, your hungry Thanksgiving guests are going to go wild for this cheesy, creamy, sausage-studded holiday side-dish.
What kind of Thanksgiving stuffing do you make when part of your family loves wild rice stuffing and the other part of your family begs for cornbread stuffing? You make our wild rice, cornbread, and pecan stuffing, of course!
Thanksgiving is the most celebrated meal of the year and we want your stuffing to be a belly-filling reason for your holiday guests to cheer! Our all-American stuffing delivers all the festive flavors your family and friends will love.
Take your family’s taste buds on a delicious trip to Italy this Thanksgiving with our Italian mother-in-law dressing. Boldly featuring Italian favorites, such as Swiss chard, green olives, pine nuts, golden raisins, and red pepper flakes, this is a holiday dressing that will make mouthwatering memories at the table.
Looking for a simple yet succulent turkey recipe for Thanksgiving or Christmas? Our orange bourbon crockpot turkey is a sumptuous holiday entree boasting mouthful after mouthful of sweet, spice, and everything nice.
Instead of digging into a potato-only side-dish, your guests will love bite after scrumptious bite of mashed potatoes and celery root punctuated with exciting flavors that will tantalize the taste buds of your family and friends beyond any typical mashed potatoes recipe.
Instead of serving the usual bread-based dish, sink your fork into our grain-free stuffing made with big, tender chunks of root vegetables, earthy mushrooms, toasted walnuts, and fresh herbs.
The best turkey gravy is made from the hot turkey drippings! Our turkey onion gravy is thick, rich in flavor, and easily made once your Thanksgiving turkey is out of the oven.
With so many reasons to cook up a turkey on any day, there’s no need to wait all year long for that one special day — nor do you have to prepare a whole turkey. With this recipe you can enjoy a tender, juicy grilled turkey breast anytime with minimal effort.
Making a juicy, delicious turkey for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, 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.
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.
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.
Try this pumpkin spice cheesecake on a ginger oatmeal cookie crust, covered with a thick coating of honey bourbon caramel sauce, and dotted with toasted pecans.
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The holidays are most memorable because it’s the one time of year that most of your clan is all in one place — which is why people always want family photos.
Turning to gratitude at the core of celebration can help us get back to that joy we seek. And practicing gratitude with your family is easy — even in this busy time of year.
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!
Cranberry simple syrup isn’t just a great way to use up an abundance of those fall favorite fruits — it’s also a more concentrated, flavorful replacement for cranberry juice.
These holiday spiced nuts are a peppy variation on traditional seasonal flavors. If you love a treat that is salty, sweet and savory with a flavor punch, this one’s for you!
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These gorgeous carrots are roasted with flavorful Indian spices, then drizzled with a creamy dressing and topped off with some chopped walnuts and parsley.
Thanksgiving crafting just became as much fun as the other holidays, with this turkey windsock toilet paper roll craft that is guaranteed to liven up your holiday decor.
The best foods are simple foods. This recipe for grilled turkey with rosemary butter shows you how to cook a turkey perfectly with just four simple ingredients.
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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!
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,
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.
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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.
For the kids’ table for this Thanksgiving, think about complementing the adults’ table and enhancing it with kid-friendly elements, rather than recreating it.
This Thanksgiving, or use refrigerated cans of pizza dough or French bread dough to create a horn-of-plenty masterpiece centerpiece!
Prepare to broaden your horizons with this roast squash, manchego and honey paprika dressing recipe that tastes a bit familiar and yet, not.
Pecan pie is a beloved favorite for many, but traditional pecan pie recipes are not vegan — at all. Eggs (usually multiple) and butter are mainstays of this delightful dish. Is is possible to make a vegan pecan pie worthy of your taste buds?
Cheesy, crunchy and garlicky: Could you ask for anything more from green beans? Kicking the classic green bean casserole up a notch, this Instant Pot green bean casserole recipe will have you and your fellow diners digging for seconds.
This slow cooker cornbread pudding is not only delicious, but fast and easy, too. You likely already have most of the ingredients you need. Throw in a couple of boxes of cornbread mix, and this warm, cheesy, buttery mixture will be ready to go.
Nothing says “comfort food” like mashed potatoes — and these are like being wrapped up in a warm, fluffy blanket. Incredibly simple yet decadent, these mashed potatoes might even outshine your main dish.
Is your craving for comfort food demanding a new rendition on the usual go-to recipes? If mashed potatoes have been a long-time favorite on your comfort food dish list, you’re going to swoon over this chunky mashed potatoes recipe.
Ounce for ounce, cauliflower actually contains more vitamin C than a similar serving of oranges! This recipe for balsamic and parmesan roasted cauliflower is not only nutritious, but delicious!
Preparing a meal and need gravy right now? How about a holiday-caliber recipe that doesn’t require cooking a turkey or a roast for hours? Here’s a mushroom herb gravy you can whip up in a flash.
You’ve roasted a beautiful turkey and enjoyed it the traditional way, with gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, the works. Great! Now it’s time to get creative with all the leftovers. This leftover turkey casserole is a delicious start.
Following a ketogenic diet doesn’t mean you have to go without decadent treats. The keto way of eating, of course, means very low carbs, moderate proteins and high fats — and this keto pecan pie recipe gives us exactly that, in the form of a rich, toasty homemade dessert.
Keto stuffing: two words you’d never expect to find in the same phrase, but here they are — proof that you can still enjoy stuffing even if you’re watching your carbs. This recipe for keto stuffing is inspired by How To This & That.
This slow-cooker roasted garlic baked potato soup is about as good as soups get — a savory combo of everybody’s favorite comfort foods: potatoes and cheese.
Craving a gluten-free, vegan dish that’s deliciously filling and eye-appealing? Of course, you are. So, stop looking and try this roasted butternut squash recipe. It checks all the boxes: vegan and free of gluten, refined sugar and soy.
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So, for all those lonely socks that no longer have a mate, we have the perfect craft to give them a purpose again. This sock turkey craft, inspired by Christian Games and Crafts, will make use of that single sock and give it new life.
Cooler weather and upcoming holidays gives us the perfect excuse to bring out our craft supplies and use that creative side of our brain again. This pinecone turkey craft, inspired by A Pumpkin and a Princess, is the perfect, simple craft to get your feet wet.
Take a look at these great options for ordering Thanksgiving dinner out this year!
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.
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.
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.
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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!
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!
From planning all the recipes to preparing all the food, decorating and setting the table to cleaning up afterward, hosting Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work. Make it easier by hosting a potluck!
Nothing is like Thanksgiving dinner! Christmas is about the presents and the tree, but Thanksgiving is all about the dinner.
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“Help! I’m a wine novice and don’t know where to begin with my Thanksgiving pairings. What’s the first step?” We have ideas!