Thanksgiving Nom Noms – Everything your menu will need
I can not believe that October blew past and November is here. There are a;ready Christmas decorations in stores and in homes, Christmas songs on the radio, and the kids bugging for presents – but let’s not forget about Thanksgiving. It’s the time of year to be thankful for what you already have. I won’t be putting up Christmas until after Thanksgiving. I’ve got way too much to think about in the next three weeks – like what to bring to the family Thanksgiving dinner.
I won’t be hosting dinner at my house this year. Instead we are going to the Grandma’s house so I have to bring things that I can easily transport – like the salad, green beans and a pie. I also volunteered to make breakfast for Friday morning, so an overnight french toast it will be! If you’re not sure what you’ll be making for the holiday, check out all of the delicious Thanksgiving nom noms that are perfect to serve to your family and friends.
Thanksgiving Nom Noms - Everything your menu will need
I got you covered! Find a great recipe for your Thanksgiving celebration. Try a new one or stick with a traditional recipe. Everything is delicious@
This recipe starts with blending spices like cumin, ginger, cloves, allspice, cinnamon, and coriander seeds. Then you rub the turkey with butter, sprinkle it with the spice mixture, and mix up a simple basting liquid. The turkey is basted in a mixture of orange juice, lemon juice, garlic, sage, and spices.
This delicious apple cranberry stuffed turkey breast recipe is perfect for a Thanksgiving meal or for a weeknight dinner! Ready in 45 minutes or less, this easy meal is a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner for two, four, or more! Great for small family festivities!
No need to use precious oven space with this Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Casserole. Just grab your Crock-Pot and get this Thanksgiving side dish cooking. This holiday side dish cooks perfectly and is loaded with lots of butter, brown sugar, marshmallows, and pecans.
These mini pumpkin cheesecakes are creamy and SO delicious! The individual cheesecakes are baked with pumpkin puree so they're packed with pumpkin pie flavor. Topped off with maple syrup and fresh whipped cream.
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