Many Thanksgiving recipes are delicious, but not all of them are easy. As the holiday is approaching, it’s time to think about your Thanksgiving menu. We have picked recipes that doable for expert as well as amateur cooks.
Citrus and Herb Roasted TurkeyRecipe and photo by What's Gaby Cooking
Do you have the same recipe for the turkey that you use every year? It’s time to try something new! You will love the way it tastes!
Slow Cooker Glazed HamRecipe and photo by Le Creme de la Crumb
If Thanksgiving recipes that contain turkey are too difficult for you, try this easy recipe. When serving, put some extra sauce over the ham to get the delicious flavor. Get the recipe here.
Rosemary Dinner RollsRecipe and photo by Cooking Classy
Are you a fan of pastry? Fresh rosemary makes these homemade rolls taste exceptionally. Get the recipe here.
Sweet Potato CasseroleRecipe and photo by Chef in Training
It’s the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving. Its crumb topping is so sweet and delicious that your guests will certainly ask for a second helping. Get the recipe here.
Bourbon Maple Glazed CarrotsRecipe and photo by Cooking and Beer
This recipe is a great option for those who wonder how to eat healthy on a budget. The ingredients here are full of vitamins and not expensive. Maple syrup and bourbon are the keys for this dish to taste perfectly. Tone down the sweetness of this dish with some salt, fresh herbs, and pepper. Get the recipe here.
Slow Cooker Creamed CornRecipe and photo by Damn Delicious
Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Cinnamon Butternut Squash, Pecans, and CranberriesRecipe and photo by Julia's Album
Add some healthy foods to your Thanksgiving recipes. This dish contains much fiber which makes it the perfect side dish. Get the recipe here.
Pumpkin Spice TrufflesRecipe and photo by Sally’s Baking Addiction
This treat is like the real heaven for candy-addicted people. And it’s impossible to decide which variation of the topping is more delicious, dark chocolate, white chocolate, or milk chocolate. Get the recipe here.
Turkey, Cranberry and Brie Egg RollsRecipe and photo by Recipe Runner
Some turkey is always left after Thanksgiving, and you probably use it as an ingredient for avocado recipes. This time add it to the egg rolls to make the most delicious appetizer ever. Get the recipe here.
Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple CiderRecipe and photo by The Recipe Rebel
This drink is certainly a welcome guest at your Thanksgiving party. Apple cider is more traditional, while Cranberry Apple Cider is perfect for a holiday. Get the recipe here.
Cherry Cheesecake DipRecipe and photo by I heart Eating
It’s one of the most delicious no-bake Thanksgiving recipes. And it is so easy that you can make it even if you are an amateur cook. Get the recipe here.
Autumn Spice Cake with Cream Cheese FrostingRecipe and photo by Cooking Classy
The benefits of apple cider vinegar for baking vary, but this recipe is so easy that you won’t even need it. When thinking about the dessert to serve at a party, what can be better than this traditional cake? Remind your guests about their childhood and make them feel like home! Get the recipe here.