With Thanksgiving just around the corner, your family may be preparing to dust off classic recipes that you enjoy year after year. Aunt Linda’s green bean casserole is always comforting, but don’t be afraid to add some unique flavors to your spread! If you’re ready for something new, consider these fresh recipes for that might become brand-new holiday staples.
These golden, flaky stacks of cheesy potatoes can add a satisfying crunch to your array of side dishes! If mashed potatoes aren’t your style, try this delicious twist on classic cheesy potatoes from Tieghan Gerard of Half-Baked Harvest.
For some fresh greens, how about a salad with shaved brussels sprouts? The flavors of fall are bursting in this salad that’s simple but exciting. With apple, dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, parmesan cheese, and a maple-mustard dressing, this salad is sure to be a hit! Maria Lichty of Two Peas & their Pod explains that this salad doesn’t get soggy, so it’s sure to stay good through a long family gathering!
If you’re feeling brave, this Cajun-inspired baked turkey and dressing may become your new favorite way to season your bird! Bold, southern flavors provide a new take on classic turkey that promises to stay moist and juicy without any hassle.
To round out your spread, try these pumpkin brownie bites that add fall flavor to a chocolatey treat! Satisfy the sweet tooths in your crowd with these bite-size, fudgy treats. Top them with nuts, sprinkles, or anything you prefer! Shared by “Eat This, Not That,” they’re an easy and unique dessert that the whole family will love.