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Turkey, sides, desserts - find lots of fast and easy recipes to give thanks for on the big day.
Brussels Sprouts Salad with Dried Cherries
Using store-bought shredded sprouts means the hard work has already been done. A Dijon-spiked dressing, pecans, and dried fruit turn the salad into a crowd-pleaser.
Cider-Glazed Turkey and Gravy
Sweet from the apple cider and savory from the fresh herbs, this delectable turkey is perfect for feeding your party of 8 with plenty of leftovers for the next day.
Cranberry-Bacon Wheels(with video)
Sweet and tangy from the cranberry, smoky and savory from the bacon, this four-ingredient appetizer has it all.
Gingery Cranberry Sauce
Take store-bought cranberry sauce to new heights by adding flavor powerhouses like fresh ginger, orange zest, and cinnamon.
Mini Maple Pecan Tartlets
These tiny tartlets feature all the flavors of pecan pie in one bite, making it easier to sample all the desserts on your Thanksgiving table.
Consider replacing your traditional pumpkin pie with this dessert that uses all the same warm spices and canned pumpkin but pairs them with an ultra-fluffy, creamy cheesecake base.
Warm Marinated Olives
Adding aromatic bay leaves and flakes of crushed pepper is an easy but elegant way to upgrade this store-bought snack.
Apple Shortbread Bars
These delicious bars feature all the flavors of a crumb-topped apple pie--now in a handheld version.
Herb Roasted Parsnips and Carrots
Sweet root vegetables and fresh herbs are a natural pair in this easy but impressive side dish.
Roasted Cranberry Sauce
Roasting is a hands-off way to intensify the sweet-tart flavor of cranberries in this unique spin on a holiday favorite.
Veggie Sweet Potato Hash Inspiration
Chop up leftover sweet potatoes and sauté with chopped leftover green beans, Brussels sprouts, and onions in oil until hot. Serve topped with a fried egg.
Open Faced Turkey Melts Inspiration
Combine mayo, leftover chopped turkey, chopped celery, and finely chopped red onion. Spoon onto slices of bread. Top each with slice of Cheddar. Broil until cheese melts.
Rubbing the turkey with salt ahead of time (aka “dry brining”) guarantees a succulent and flavor-packed bird. Leaving the cavity empty also helps cut the roasting time by a bit.
Turkey Soup Inspiration
Sauté leftover finely chopped carrots, onion, and celery. Add low-sodium chicken broth, leftover gravy, and water and heat to simmer. Stir in leftover chopped turkey and simmer until turkey is heated through.
Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes with Walnuts
Butter and brown sugar caramelize between sweet potato slices and crunchy nuts in this dish that is just as good piping hot as it is made ahead and reheated.
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