Today I am sharing a comprehensive list of the best Thanksgiving recipes. Here is a list of appetizers, side dishes, turkey recipes, desserts, and cocktails to help you plan your Thanksgiving menu.
Sweet Peppers Stuffed with Cheesy Spinach Dip – Sweet peppers are stuffed with a stovetop spinach dip recipe and then wrapped with prosciutto and baked.
Alouette, Prosciutto, and Asparagus Roll-Ups – Wrap raw asparagus up with creamy herbed cheese and prosciutto for a quick and easy appetizer.
Cheesy Mushroom Spread – A warm cheesy dip with mushrooms and herbs. It is so good that it is addictive.
Caramelized Onion and Balsamic Vinegar Hummus – Because I think it is impossible to have a party without serving hummus.
Grilled Brie – Grilled brie topped with jam is always delicious.
Cranberry, Goat Cheese, and Sweet Potato Bites – Slices of cooked sweet potato topped with cranberry salsa and goat cheese.
Honey, Fig, and Brie Phyllo Cups – Store-bought phyllo cups are filled with fig jam and cubes of brie, and then baked until they are melty.
Pears Wrapped with Prosciutto and Blue Cheese – Slices of pear wrapped with blue cheese and prosciutto are so good. It’s the best no-bake snack.
Stuffed Mushrooms – You just need 3 ingredients and a few minutes of preparation time.
Figs with Blue Cheese and a Balsamic Reduction – A simple three ingredient recipe that takes minutes to prepare.
Chorizo and Pimento Cheese Stuffed Sweet Peppers – An app so easy to prepare that anyone can make it.
Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Almonds – Fact: everyone loves this recipe.
Honey Maple Turkey Breast – A turkey breast is much easier to prepare than a full turkey, and it serves 6-8 people.
Step by Step Instructions for Cooking a Thanksgiving Turkey – Here are detailed instructions for preparing at turkey.
Tea and Citrus Brined Turkey – And if you want to try brining, here is how.
Moroccan Spice Turkey with Gravy – Turkey with Moroccan spices gives the meal a modern twist.
Gravy – And of course you need gravy!
Blue Cheese Potatoes Au Gratin – The richest creamiest scalloped potato recipe.
Creamy Thanksgiving Corn – This is one of my most popular recipes. This corn is creamy with Southwestern flavors.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes – These fluffy and light sweet potatoes could even be topped with marshmallows if you like.
Caramelized Onion, Pear, and Blue Cheese Galette – This savory tart brings together a bold combination of classic fall flavors.
Dill Cottage Cheese Rolls – Add these delicious homemade rolls to your Thanksgiving menu, and then use them to make sandwiches with any leftover turkey.
Roasted Garlic, Parmesan, and Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes – The combination of browned butter and roasted garlic make these potatoes extra rich in flavor.
Caramelized Butternut Squash with Fried Sage – Super sweet roasted butternut squash topped with fried sage is a beautiful combination of fall flavors.
Cranberry Salsa – Serve this as an appetizer or side dish!
The Ultimate Mashed Potatoes – These potatoes have sour cream and cream cheese instead of cream, and trust me, they are the best ever.
Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad – My sister loves this healthy salad with apples and brussels sprouts in a tangy yogurt dressing.
Spicy Ginger Honey Carrots – Ginger and paprika make these carrots slightly spicy.
Irish Mashed Potatoes (Colcannon) – These cheesy creamy mashed potatoes are topped with sautéed kale and onions.
Serbian Style Baked Beans – These beans are cooked low and slow until they are basically caramelized. They are so good that I can’t stop eating them.
Fig and Cranberry Chutney – A very easy recipe with bold flavors.
Comeback Sauce Corn – A stovetop recipe that can be made in just 20 minutes.
Chorizo Sage Stuffing – Chorizo and fried sage bring this stuffing to life!
Pecan Pie – A classic pecan pie with a no-roll shortbread pie crust.
Chocolate Walnut Pie – This is the easiest pie on this list. You just mix the ingredients, pour them into a store-bought pie crust, and bake!
Bourbon Butterscotch Pie – A pudding-like butterscotch pie with a touch of bourbon.
Mini Apple Pies – How cute are these mini apple pies?!
Chocolate Caramel Pie – Chocolate fudge filling with a layer of caramel in a pretzel pie crust.
French Style Apple Rhubarb Pie – The addition of rhubarb is a twist on classic apple pie, and the crumb topping is so good!
Molten Chocolate Brownie S’mores Pie – This pie is a chocolate lovers dream.
Marsala Wine Poached Pears – Pears poached in marsala wine are a nice alternative to pie.
Indiana Sugar Cream Pie – An incredibly easy recipe for an irresistible pie.
Lambrusco Sangria – Dry sparkling red wine is combined with brandy, cranberries, apple, tangerine, and orange for a delicious sangria that isn’t too sweet.
Bourbon Eggnog – If you have never tasted homemade eggnog you are missing out.