Who is in need of something new to add a little spice and flair to their Thanksgiving menu this year? I reached out to several fellow bloggers to get them to share some of their favorite Thanksgiving recipes! This Thanksgiving recipe roundup features sides, sweets, cocktails and leftover recipes from some bloggers in my community as well as some of my Pinterest favorites. Click on the links to take you directly to the recipes on their blogs!
Take a look at these side dishes that are sure to entice your family this Thanksgiving! You’ll find some simple classics to sides with a spin. See if any of these would be a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving menu.
Green Bean Casserole from Amy’s Balancing Act
Mashed Sweet Potatoes from A Brewed Awakening
Roasted Butternut Squash & Apple Soup from A Brewed Awakening
Roasted Rainbow Cauliflower from The Tree Hugger in Heels
Maple Roasted Carrots from Chasing Vibrance
Maple Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash from Diaries of Nia
Delicata Fries and Siracha Sour Cream from Not Quite Super Mom
Baked Butternut Squash Mac n Cheese with Bacon from Savory Nothings
Corn Casserole from Spend with Pennies
Rosemary Parmesan Roasted Potatoes from Dash of Jazz
Thanksgiving isn’t complete without dessert! Do you want something you can make with your kids, maybe a little healthier or allergen free? Take a look at this list to see what you can add to this year’s line up.
Healthier Apple Crisp from Glowingly Well
Pumpkin Crumb Cake from A Brewed Awakening
Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread from One Bite Gluten Free
Pumpkin Coconut Custards from Comeback Momma
Healthy Pumpkin Muffins from Chasing Vibrance
Thankful Cookies from Living on Grace
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip from Amy’s Balancing Act
Turkey Cupcakes from When is Dinner
Mini Cheesecakes in a Jar from Cynthia Janine
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Cobbler from A Day in Motherhood
Turn those leftovers into something delicious! While turkey sandwiches and warmed up leftovers are still delicious, you can also make something even better! Maybe turn your sweet potatoes into breakfast or your turkey into a salad. Take a look at these options you can try this year.
Leftover Thanksgiving Biscuits from Kitchen Psychology
Walnut Turkey Cranberry Salad from Comeback Momma
Sweet Potato Breakfast Casserole from Amy’s Balancing Act
Leftover Turkey Casserole from Dinner then Dessert
Stuffing Biscuits from WhitneyBond.com
Thanksgiving Leftover Pie from Meal Planning Magic
And of course we can’t forget a good holiday themed cocktail to round out our recipe roundup! I’m all for a good glass of wine at Thanksgiving dinner, but I may try to get more creative with one of these.
Pumpkin Mimosas from Spooky Little Halloween
Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte from Feel Good Foodie
Spiced Orange Apple Cider Sangria from Spices in my DNA
Cranberry Apple Spice Mules from A Dash of Jazz
Caramel Apple Sangria from The Wholesome Dish
Thanksgiving Punch a Cocktail and Mocktail by Thyme and Joy
That’s a wrap.
Hopefully something from this Thanksgiving recipe roundup piqued your interest enough to make you second guess your menu! We’re typically very classic when it comes to the holidays and rarely stray from year to year. I’m hoping to bring something new to the table this year. Now to figure out what to make!
Take a peek at some Thanksgiving cookware must haves before you go!
What’s a Thanksgiving staple at your house?
Besides turkey of course!
I love this! I always try to add something new each year, and these are some great options!
I think I want to start the tradition of trying something new every year. We’ve been so set in our ways, but spicing it up is fun!
I am so excited for thanksgiving because this year I am hosting it. I just started putting together my menu and this blog has helped me complete it tremendously. Thank you!
That’s so fun that you’re hosting this year! I hope you’re able to use something tasty from here!
I love these ideas! And thank you so much for the feature <3
Of course! Thank you for sharing your recipes with me!
Thanks for putting this roundup together! I couldn’t decide if I was more excited for all the desserts or the sides! Saving for later.
I know, I have the worst sweet tooth so I’m pumped about the desserts. But Thanksgiving sides are always the BEST!
yummm!! I cannot wait to try some of these recipes! Thank you for this compilation!
Thanks for reading! I hope you get to give one a try!
Oh how I love this time of year especially because of the FOOD! Love all of these and the pictures are GORGEOUS! I am definitely pinning and coming back to make some recipes in the next few weeks.
I’m with you girl! Give me all the food. I hope you’re able to try something new from the list this year!