Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy…you probably already have tried and true recipes for all of the Thanksgiving basics, so I thought I’d make a list of some classic and not so classic sides and desserts for you to (possibly) add to your holiday menu!
I love this recipe, and it’s low in added sweeteners to boot! It’s also kid-friendly and great with a big dollop of fresh whipped cream. *drool*
With flavors from ginger, orange, and coconut, these mashed sweet potatoes are a delicious, flavorful change from the typical white variety.
Ugh, those pictures. Don’t write this one off for that reason though! Despite the fact that I didn’t grow up eating the famous side dish, this is a tasty and healthy adaptation that won over a crowd here at the Goslin residence.
My newest potato recipe, this has become a new favorite around here. With a creamy sauce made from onions, there is none of the usual butter or milk called for in this dish.
These veggies could be a star any time of year, they’re so good! With hints of rosemary and balsamic vinegar, this recipe will go fast, so make extra!
Set these out for your guests to munch on before the big feast, and you’ll have some very happy campers!
Who can resist eggnog around this time of year, especially if it’s healthier?
I take my hot chocolate thick and with looooooooads of marshmallows and whipped cream please!
The classic combo of apples, cinnamon, and oats all wrapped with a big healthy bow! I’ve even made this without any of the sweetener, and it’s still awesome. Top it with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream if you desire more sweetness.
Though I’m not personally intolerant of eggs, I prefer this egg-free pie to the traditional! The arrowroot creates an almost pudding-like texture that is just irresistible!
What recipes will you be enjoying this Thanksgiving?