Thanksgiving is all about family, friends, good times and definitely food! This 50+ Thanksgiving Recipes Roundup has dozens of recipes from my fellow food bloggers that cover everything from yummy appetizers to tempting entrees, easy side dishes to luscious desserts. Can’t wait to try them all!
If you’re wondering what to serve for Thanksgiving or just want to try something different, I’ve got the recipes for you. Whether you’re having a crowd or just a few people, these recipe suggestions can take the stress out of planning the big meal.
There’s beverages and appetizers to start with and all sorts of ways to cook a turkey. From air fryer to grilling, roasting to rotisserie as well as turkey breast recipes for that small scale Thanksgiving. And it wouldn’t be a feast without a collection of mouthwatering sides. There’s the traditional stuffing and some unconventional ideas as well. Oh, and I can’t forget the sweets, ’cause there’s always room for dessert, right? Pies, cakes, crumbles and bread pudding made the list.
Plus, if you’re still feeling unsure how to pull it all off, check out my “play by play” Thanksgiving Day Planner and enjoy the day. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Here’s a sparkling Pomegranate Cranberry Mocktail recipe that is perfect for a holiday non-alcoholic beverage. This bubbly drink is easy to make and has no added sugar. It’s healthy, festive, and tasty.
This Pumpkin Spice White Russian cocktail is a luscious, rich drink that brings fall flavor to cocktail hour. And it’s easy to make too! Just three simple ingredients is all it takes, vodka, coffee liqueur and pumpkin spice coffee creamer, to whip up a warming cocktail for the holidays.
Cranberry Punch is a sweet and refreshing punch recipe that is made with cranberry juice cocktail, pineapple juice and ginger ale. They are mixed together and served over ice and garnished with cranberries and limes. It is perfect for adults and kids at any party and especially at the holidays.
Delightfully boozy and infused with aromatic spices, this wassail recipe is both delicious and easy to make. Notes of ginger, cinnamon, and cloves blend with sweet apples for a simple and warming Thanksgiving drink.
Need an easy & eye-catching appetizer for Thanksgiving? Prep and assemble a simple charcuterie board (meat & cheese platter) with autumn-themed ingredients in about 30 minutes. This one features cured meats, hard and soft cheeses, seasonal produce like apples and pears, plus sweet & savory nibbles so there's a variety of flavors.
Kahlua Pecan Baked Brie is an impressive but easy appetizer to add to your next party or holiday cheese tray. Brie is warmed to a creamy deliciousness then topped with sweet candied pecans that carry a subtle coffee flavor. Perfect served with crackers and sliced fruit.
I’ve got the secret for the easiest, moistest, most delicious Thanksgiving Turkey ever! Learn all the tips on how to cook a turkey in a bag. There’s no basting, less cook time and, since it’s in a bag, the cleanup is a cinch. Thanksgiving’s never been this easy!
Air Fryer Turkey Breast is golden roasted turkey breast, perfectly seasoned all in your hand-dandy air fryer! No mess, no fuss! Delicious, rotisserie style turkey breast in less time than your conventional oven!
This turkey roulade is made from turkey breast and stuffed with roasted butternut squash, cremini mushrooms, and dried cranberries, then wrapped in Parma ham. It’s so flavorful and perfect for Thanksgiving.
This easy Southern classic Cheesy Corn Pudding is a rich, creamy, cheesy side dish that goes with any meal. A combination of cornbread mix, sour cream, corn and cheese creates a light custard-like corn casserole that will become your family’s new favorite. It’s the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving feast.
This is the best wild rice stuffing you will make. Flavorful and tender wild rice tossed along with apples, oranges and pomegranate and walnuts. This vibrant vegetarian rice is full of amazing flavors and textures
This Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Streusel is my family’s favorite dish at Thanksgiving! It’s sweet, creamy, with an irresistible cinnamon flavor, and topped with plenty of crunchy, nutty streusel crumbs. It’s like having dessert with your dinner.
These easy maple miso brussels sprouts are exactly what your Thanksgiving Day menu needs! With only 6 ingredients, the sweetness from the maple syrup combined with the savory miso paste, makes these maple miso brussels sprouts the perfect side dish!
This Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash is an all-in-one meal that's bursting with fall flavors. The savory goodness comes from sautéed onions, celery, mushrooms, and warm spices. Then it's balanced out with subtly sweet and tarts flavors from apples and cranberries.
This delicious Pumpkin Pecan Pie takes all the decision making out of whether to make a pumpkin pie or pecan pie for the holidays. The combination of a spicy gingersnap crust, filled with creamy pumpkin pie and topped with sweet crunchy pecans, is not to be missed.
Instant Pot recipe for gluten free Pumpkin Cheesecake made with Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese and enhanced with butterscotch ganache to bring out the maximum Oomph out of this holiday season dessert.
This delicious French Apple Pie has an easy-to-make flaky crust that is packed full with tasty cinnamon-flavored apples. Covered with loads and loads of sugary crumbs, this dessert is bound to make your Thanksgiving table sweeter!
This moist and delicious Kentucky Butter Cake is a favorite Southern dessert. The bundt cake is infused with a sweet butter and vanilla sauce while it's still warm. It's perfect on its own or served with ice cream or fresh fruit.
This elegant Pear Tart filled with Frangipane (almond cream) and topped with Red and White Wine Poached Pears tastes just as impressive as it looks. And, while it might appear difficult to make, it’s surprisingly simple.
Apple crisp cheesecake — buttery shortbread crust, layer of cinnamon apples and salted caramel sauce, creamy cheesecake filling, crunchy pecan apple crisp topping. A Thanksgiving dessert doesn’t get any better than this!
This easy Gingersnap Pear Crumble is just what you need to greet the autumn season. A sweet pear filling, seasoned with ginger, is topped with a nutty gingersnap-oat crumble that bakes up sweet and crunchy. Great to serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce.