Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite holidays. There are friends and family gatherings, lovely weather and of course, food. It’s such a shame that we get just one day in a year to devour all the delicious dishes.

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So create a crowd-pleasing feast with these lovely Thanksgiving recipes. From roast turkeys for mains to pumpkin pie for the dessert, we’ve got it all for you.

Butternut Squash Risotto with Parmesan:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 1Just the image has got us salivating. We wonder how the risotto will taste like. The blogger states that it’s the speediest risotto you can even make. Which means it can be made within 40 minutes. Now that’s a relief from the time-consuming recipes we usually have to make during Thanksgiving.


No Yeast Cotton Soft Dinner Rolls:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 2This is got to be the ultimate dinner rolls. It’s soft, fluffy and made without yeast. Spread a little butter on it and see yourself transfer to the heaven.


Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 3Here’s the recipe for rich and creamy coconut curry and pumpkin soup for your Thanksgiving dinner. The coconut milk will balance the garlic smell and taste very well.


Classic Pumpkin Pie:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 4Whether you have it plain or topped with whipped cream, this pumpkin pie will taste great either way. It’s moderately sweetened and has the perfect spices to make it easy for the dinner.


Caramelized Onion Tart with Goat Cheese and Thyme:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 5This caramelized onion tart tastes excellent, whether you serve it hot or at the room temperature. And it’s also super easy to make. Did you notice the color of the onions? Isn’t it looking magnificent?


Perfect Smoked Turkey:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 6Here’s a super easy way to prepare the star of Thanksgiving dinner. And it’s no way compromising on the taste. This chicken is juicy, moist and perfectly smoked.


Apple, Bacon, and Cheddar Cheese Stuffing:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 7Here’s a gluten-free Thanksgiving recipe for your guests. It is rich, buttery and full of flavor.


Crockpot Cranberry Cider:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 8Here’s an incredibly tasty drink for your party. You just need to dump all the ingredients and let it cook in the crockpot.


Caramel Apple Slab Pie:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 9This apple slab pie is flaky, light and has a delicious filling of apple and cinnamon, and of course, caramel. The delicious caramel sauce is enhancing the taste manifolds.


Sautéed Mushrooms With Garlic And Lemon Pan Sauce:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 10The blogger claims that this is the best-sautéed mushrooms ever, and we couldn’t agree more. Every single ingredient in this recipe is mouthwatering.


Triple Chocolate Pumpkin Cake:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 11This decadent cake has the taste of warm autumn spices. Perfect balance of flavors!  The dark chocolate cake is definitely the icing on the cake.


Frozen Cranberry Salad:

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This salad is delicious, simple to make and can be made well ahead of time. We’re quite sure it would be the first thing to go off the table.


Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Casserole:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 12There’s nothing better that toasted marshmallow for topping this traditional Thanksgiving side dish. And the pecans are adding the perfect crunch.


Slow Cooker Glazed Carrots:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 14The recipe is super easy, and the dish is super delicious. The best part is that this recipe is that it will go with almost every Thanksgiving main dish.


Butternut Squash Apple Soup:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 15This soup has two essentials of fall- apple and butternut squash. If you wish, you can dress it up with crumbled goat cheese or Greek yogurt for a hearty treat.


Whole Grain Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 16Give classic cornbread a cheesy and spicy twist with this recipe. And the sweet corns are perfectly balancing the taste.


Vintage Popover:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 17Here’s a vintage popover recipe passed down the generations. And it’s incredibly easy as well. You can even try filling the popovers with chicken, bacon or chocolate.


Cheesy Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts And Broccoli With Dried Cherries And Almonds:

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Here’s an incredible Brussels sprouts recipe for your children. It’s so tasty that it will make even the kids eat sprouts. Cheese and Maple are surprise ingredients in this recipe.



Sinfully Easy Chocolate Croissant Recipe:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 19Get stuffed this Thanksgiving with this decadent chocolate stuffed croissant. This yummy dessert can be made quickly with puff-pastry sheets. And chocolate chips are available in every home, we believe.


Clean Eating Thanksgiving Crouton Stuffing:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 20This Thanksgiving stuffing is studded with seasonal flavors like croutons, rosemary, and turkey or chicken broth.


Roasted Acorn Squash With Pomegranate And Parsley:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 21Even the pickiest eaters in your Thanksgiving party will try this beautiful looking dish. You have to be very careful while cutting the squash. The cutting board must be stable at all cost.


Thai Kale Salad With Cashew Dressing:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 22Loaded with shallots, carrots, cashew and bell pepper, this salad will fill you up even before the casserole and turkey coming your way.


Southern Buttermilk Biscuit:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 23These southern inspired biscuits are a must inclusion in your Thanksgiving meal. They are super soft, fluffy and will just melt in your mouth. Prepare it right at the time for dinner.


Apple Pie:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 24Do you know what the most important thing is for a perfect apple pie? It’s the crust. It has to be crisp, flaky and good. And the apples should not be very crunchy. The following recipe will teach you how to master making a perfect apple pie.


Cheesy Mini Potato Gratin Stacks:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 25If you want a flavorful snack for your little guests, you can try making Cheesy Mini Potato Gratin Stacks. And these are just 85 calories per serving. What more do you want?


Sweet Potato Gratin:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 26Swap regular potatoes with sweet potato to create this sumptuous recipe. It has a mixture of onion, garlic, bacon and Gouda cheese, which gives a strong punch of flavor.


Homemade Cranberry Sauce:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 27This homemade cranberry sauce is so easy to make and so delicious that you won’t buy canned sauce again. The flavor combination is splendid. It has honey, orange juice, and grated orange zest.


Pecan Pie Cookies:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 28Pecan pie is super common during Thanksgiving. How about opting for something different like pecan pie cookies this time?  It’s deliciously sweet, nutty and caramel-y. A little bourbon cream on the top will add an extra kick.


Turkey Mac And Cheese Casserole:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 29Regular mac and cheese is passé. This year, incorporate turkey meat and broccoli in your mac and cheese for a filling dinner. Children are gonna love it!


Crockpot Mashed Potatoes:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 30Stuff your face this Thanksgiving with this yummy crockpot mashed potato. It will taste amazing with your southerner biscuits,, popovers and roasted turkey.


Mayonnaise Roasted Turkey:

Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes 31Nothing can beat a classic roast turkey when it comes to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. But the chicken here is different. It has a mayonnaise filled inside it. And the meat would come out so tender that it would just fall off the bone.


Sautéed Green Beans With Almonds:

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This Thanksgiving, skip the cream and cheese laden casserole for this light and healthy side dish. The green beans are lightly sautéed and topped with crispy almonds.


Remember, Thanksgiving dinner happens only once a year. So turn off the television, computer, mobile phones and all the gadgets to enjoy dinner with your friends and family. What do you think about these Thanksgiving recipes? Let us know in the comment section below!


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