The turkey season is upon us! I’ve decided to make you guys a round-up of my popular Thanksgiving recipes from my blog so you can have easy access to all of your Thanksgiving needs right here. This round-up includes appetizer ideas, dessert ideas, cocktail ideas, and easy-breezy sides. The only thing missing from this round-up is the turkey. I will be adding a few more fresh Thanksgiving recipes here over the weekend, but for now, indulge in this Thanksgiving round-up feast! You can click on each photo which will take you straight to the recipe. Each section is in order as well, starting with cocktails, all the way down to desserts. Happy cooking!
For recipe 1 in this round-up, we have my famous Pear And Apple Cider Sangria.
Need the perfect holiday cocktail for all of your upcoming holiday gatherings? I’ve got you covered with my Fall Pear And Apple Cider Sangria recipe. It’s made with fresh fruit like pears, apples, limes, oranges, and pomegranate. It gets it’s vibrant, juicy tastes from mango lemonade which pairs wonderfully with the white wine in the Sangria. Make my fruity fall Sangria recipe for all of your holiday festivities!
For Recipe 2 we have my Christmas Sangria. This is a wonderful cocktail recipe that can easily be made on Thanksgiving too! Christmas Sangria
There is nothing more Christmassy than Sangria. It’s the perfect Holiday drink and can be made so many different ways. My version sparkles with rosemary sprigs pops of spicy ginger-ale come through while being coated in a nice cabernet. Fresh cranberries and pears round out this easy Sangria, while honey-crisp apples and orange slices give it that warm welcome feeling. This Sangria will be the hit at all of your holiday parties, and a staple you can use for years to come!
For recipe 3 we have my Pumpkin Spiced Coffee
Need a fun coffee recipe for Thanksgiving? This recipe can actually be made all year long, but it’s delicious on Thanksgiving. It’s made with dark roast coffee, real pumpkin, pumpkin spice, nutmeg, collagen, honey, and cinnamon. This delicious fall drink will warm you up on those chilly fall mornings and is perfect to make for friends and family! Plus, it’s made with real pumpkin which is full of Zinc and so good for you!
Now onto appetizers. Who doesn’t love a good appetizer around the holidays? Especially while the turkey is cooking in the oven all day. These two appetizer ideas are a fun and easy way to please your guests.
For recipe 4 we have my wonderful How To Make A Charcuterie Board | Easy DIY Tutorial
I love entertaining for the holidays and doing things that are unique and out of the ordinary. With the holidays coming up quickly, I wanted to share an easy DIY recipe tutorial with you. You know those gorgeous Charcuterie Boards you see all over Pinterest, especially this time of the year? Well, now you can pin and save this one for later because this blog post is all about how to make the perfect Charcuterie Board for all of your friends and family! You can even make them as gifts too!
For recipe 5 we have my Figalicious Appetizers | Fig Appetizers Three Ways
All you’ll need for this fun appetizer recipe is figs, salami, basil, and some fresh mozzarella!
For recipe 6 we have my Rosemary Butter Parker House Dinner Rolls. This is a super quick and easy way to make fresh dinner rolls for your guests, from scratch!
Are you intimidated by baking bread from scratch? Does making homemade dinner rolls freak you out? Well, worry no more because Fleischmann’s® RapidRise® Yeast is to the rescue and makes baking dinner rolls from scratch easy and quick. You’ll have freshly made, from scratch dinner rolls, made in less than 2 hours that are delicious, fresh, and cannot compare to store-bought bread. The taste of baking with yeast from scratch is unique and makes all the difference!
For recipe 7 we have my Homemade Cranberry Sauce. I will actually be reshooting this recipe this weekend, but this is still the original recipe and despite the photos, the recipe itself is amazing!
Homemade cranberry sauce made from scratch with mandarin oranges, brown sugar, and zested with Meyer Lemons. This is surely one Thanksgiving recipe you won’t want to miss!
For recipe 8 is my Homemade Stuffing recipe. Leave the box stuff at the store and make my delicious homemade stuffing from scratch.
Made with fresh blackberries, mandarin oranges, sourdough bread, and garnished with mint leaves, this is one stuffing recipe you’ll come back to again and again! This is another recipe that will have the photos redone on it soon.
We’ve got two more recipes that we are featuring in this round and we would not be able to do Thanksgiving without desserts!
Recipe 9 is my Apple Pie Baked Apples. This Thanksgiving dessert is Paleo diet-friendly and super easy to make on Turkey Day!
Crave apple pie? Me too-and not just on Thanksgiving. My Apple Pie Baked Apples are a tasty way to use up leftover apples lying around, although apples don’t last long in our house since we eat them constantly! We are big Apple fans around here! This is one of the easiest Paleo dessert recipes you could make and tastes delicious!
For recipe 10 we have my Collagen Apple Pie.
This is one of the easiest apple pie recipes you will ever make. With storebought crust, delicious Honeycrisp apples, brown sugar, and lemon juice, this one is one apple pie recipe that your guests and family will love!
You can also check out my Pinterest page for more Thanksgiving recipes! Simply click on the photo below to head straight there.
I hope you guys enjoyed my very first Thanksgiving recipe round-up. I plan to do many more of these in the future. Keep your eyes peeled for my Thanksgiving Day Leftovers recipe roundup hitting the blog next week too.