Making homemade turkey stock is relatively simple after your Thanksgiving Feast, even if it does feel like one more thing to worry about. And I’m telling you, homemade broth is so worth the work. It tastes absolutely delicious and rich.
If you’re looking for inspiration for your Thanksgiving Menu this year, here are some of our very favorite recipes. There are TONS of tried and true recipes for Thanksgiving vegetables, side dishes, condiments, and desserts in this section.
Check out my tips for How to Roast a Turkey, the favorite recipe for Garlic Bacon Sauteed Green Beans with Roasted Mushrooms, a unique take on sweet potatoes with this recipe for Baked Sweet Potatoes with Pomegranate, and learn How to Make Turkey Gravy with No Lumps.
Top it off with this Cranberry Rosemary Shrub Cocktail for a gorgeous Thanksgiving cocktail recipe.
This post has lots of tips for reducing Thanksgiving waste, information on how long it is safe to eat Thanksgiving leftovers, how to properly store and freeze leftover Turkey and Ham, and how to donate Thanksgiving leftovers. You’ll also find a great selection of recipes that can be made using your leftover Thanksgiving Turkey, Ham, and Cranberry Sauce
This Cranberry Rosemary Shrub Cocktail is the perfect Thanksgiving cocktail! A homemade cranberry shrub with hints of black pepper, rosemary, and cinnamon is combined with bourbon and seltzer for a festive and colorful drink.
Here are some of my best turkey roasting tips for a turkey that is full of flavor. The turkey is the center piece of the Thanksgiving meal and is arguably the trickiest part of the meal. Learn all about turkey brining, turkey roasting times, and turkey roasting temperatures.
These Pumpkin No Bake Cheesecake Jars are so good and so easy! They feature yummy layers of gingersnap crust and no bake pumpkin cheesecake filling. They’re like cute little individual pumpkin cheesecakes, and so easy to make – perfect for a quick and simple fall or Thanksgiving dessert!
Brining a turkey in this Rosemary Beer Smoked Turkey Brine will tenderize the meat and infuse it with a TON of flavor for Thanksgiving! Don’t worry, if you don’t have a smoker you can make a Roasted Rosemary Beer Brined Turkey instead. Either way will taste great, the main point is how delicious this Rosemary Beer Brine will make your turkey.
Sliced Sweet Potatoes are baked in a spiced orange maple glaze and sprinkled with juicy, bright pomegranate arils. It is a gorgeous, colorful Thanksgiving side dish that is a little bit more on the healthier side without sacrificing flavor.
In this Massaged Kale Salad recipe, kale is lightly massaged with olive oil, salt and pepper. Then, it’s tossed with roasted delicata squash, roasted red onions, herbed goat cheese, and pepitas.
Classic buttery russet potato mashed potatoes are elevated thanks to the addition of plenty of browned butter and fresh grated parmesan in this Browned Butter Parmesan Mashed Potatoes. They’re perfect for Thanksgiving!
This apple crisp with oatmeal crumble topping is an elevated take on the classic dessert. Serve as is or enjoy with a scoop of ice cream! This might look like a super simple, maybe even a bit “basic,” apple crisp recipe, but I would tell you that it is definitely anything but basic! Super simple, yes, I think it qualifies even if it might look like a long ingredient list, it isn’t complicated at all.