This is a delicious variation on my mom’s amazing cheesecake recipe. It’s a nice addition to a Thanksgiving Desert table.
Fair warning: set out a tray of these jewel-like apricot, goat cheese, and almond morsels at your next party, and they’ll likely be gobbled up in a matter of minutes.
These mashed potatoes are delicious and easy to make. They are a lovely addition to a Thanksgiving feast.
Make thanksgiving stress free with this agenda… no thought necessary 😉 This timeline is for 5pm guest arrival, 6pm dinner.
This stuffing is over the top delicious. It’s also a great make in the morning dish and then just cook a little longer uncovered to make it crispy.
How Italian can I get, making pumpkin ravioli for our thanksgiving starter. Warm with the scent of toasted hazelnuts and the perfect combination of pumpkin, rosemary and sage. Sweet and savory hand-in-hand.
These are super cute and yummy too. Great for Halloween or thanksgiving!
Whenever I serve this appetizer people can’t believe how yummy it its. It’s ewey gooie delicious.
This is my mom’s famous almond stuffed pound cake and my Aunt Judy’s absolute favorite dessert in the entire world.
The most awesome chocolate cake you’ll ever try. With a touch of coffee to make it extra special, you’ll make this recipe all the time!
This American style cheese cake will blow your mind. I don’t bother ordering cheese cake anywhere else because it will pale in comparison.
These are a nod to my years in Maryland where I learned to LOVE crab!
Melissa’s favorite pie and the reason she named one of our machines… MMMPIE. This pie never has left overs.
Running the pumpkin through a food processor makes this pumpkin pie smooth and delicious.
Combining brussels sprouts and chunks of butternut squash with steamed chestnuts and bacon, this hearty side dish is perfect for an autumn meal.
This thanksgiving staple is simple and delicious, also a big help because it can be made two days in advance.
This is the best turkey recipe EVER! It’s a bit more prep work than most, but you will NOT be sorry.
A new twist on a Thanksgiving tradition. These pretty stuffed sweet potatoes are a hit with kids and adults.