Thanksgiving is just around the corner and now is the time to start scouting out some new recipes. We recommend trying out something different each year. This keeps the cook's interest, and allows everyone in the family to expand their culinary horizons. We also recommend trying a new dish at least once before the actual holiday. That way, any problems can be worked out, and you can put your own twist on the recipe before revealing it for Thanksgiving. Here are some new things to try that all start with familiar ingredients and end up with a delicious twist on the traditional.
Apple pie just lost it's place on the must have menu. Once you taste this delightful caramel apple crisp, you will forget all about the boring crust.
Roasted Autumn Vegetable Pot Pie
If you are looking for something a little different with all the flavors of fall, this roasted autumn vegetable pot pie is just the thing. We think it would make a funky and delicious main dish for your vegetarian invites on Thanksgiving. Love these!
Apple pie just became our new lunchtime treat! These have all the taste of this classic dessert, but now they are easier than ever to hold and nibble. Why not make your next batch of cupcakes taste this awesome?
Baked Greens with a Crusty Topping
If sides are your thing, these greens with a crusty topping will be the spotlight dish for your holiday table. They are baked to perfection and each bite has a taste of the irresistible crunchy topping. So good!
Whole Cranberry Raspberry Sauce
You have never tasted cranberry jelly like this. Think of it as the grown up relative of your can of jelly. This is actually almost as fast as opening a can, and the flavor is outstanding. So tasty and easy to make, you will love it!