5 Mouthwatering Thanksgiving Recipes To Make This Holiday


Cold weather brings out my cravings for serious comfort foods and nothing says comfort like Thanksgiving dinner! I’m all for gathering with family and enjoying a beautifully cooked dinner (bonus if you throw a potluck and everyone gets to contribute!) around a cozy table, sharing stories, and reminiscing about the holiday season. (And then, of course, there’s the second helping, and dessert, and…!)

Here are a few delicious Thanksgiving recipes to enjoy this season… yum!

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Baked Acorn Squash With Maple Glaze via The Kitchen Is My Playground — One of my favourite sides (for any dinner really) that my mother made when I was a little girl. She always cooked her acorn squash cut into two halves, so I’m excited to try out this sliced up style!

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Orange Basil Cranberry Sauce via The Colorful Living Project — Such a refreshing take on an old favourite!

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Brussels Sprouts & Bacon Gratin via Brown Eyed Baker — Mmm, brussels sprouts are a must-have at any Thanksgiving dinner… and I just can’t say no to bacon, folks.

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Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits via So Fawned — Every Thanksgiving meal ought to come complete with a tasty biscuit on the side! (Heck, take two, take three… no one’s watching!)

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Biscoff Pumpkin Cheesecake via What’s Cooking, Love? — Finish off your meal with this baby and they’ll never stop raving about your cooking prowess!

What are some of your favourite Thanksgiving recipes? Have family member passed down any secrets to you over the years?

PS. Try these neat DIY place cards for your special dinner party!

Desiree Fawn

Désirée Fawn is a Canadian mom, blogger, and doula. She’s a tea enthusiast, social media connoisseur, and lover of travel. Her blog, So Fawned, began in 2008 as a way to document her life as a young mother, and has morphed into space featuring daily inspirations, insights into motherhood, style, home, and more. Désirée lives in Ontario with her daughter and partner. She also writes for Mom Spark.


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