10 Thanksgiving-Style Recipes To Be Thankful For

10 Thanksgiving-Style Recipes To Be Thankful For

Open-faced Thanksgiving sandwich

Ever wanted to throw all your favorite Thanksgiving foods on a flat piece of stuffing? Check out this turkey-bacon-cranberry-graving-stuffing sandwich recipe.

Turkey cranberry bagel

Photo Courtesy of Catherine McCord

Photo courtesy of Catherine McCord

Anybody who has ever eaten a bagel has enjoyed that experience. Now you can have both the bready goodness of bagels and the infamous cranberry-turkey Thanksgiving combo all in one.

Cranberry pecan feta salad

Why wouldn’t you have this salad any day of the year? It’s quick to make, and you can personalize it by adding anything else you like or find in your fridge.

Pumpkin or squash spinach salad

Photo by Jackie Maloney

Photo by Jackie Maloney

This is an awesome salad to try in the fall, when pumpkin and squash are in season. The honey and homemade dressing in this recipe add a deliciously sweet twist to your regular salad.

Pomegranate-persimmon salad

Goat cheese, persimmons, walnuts and pomegranate…need I say more?

Apple, brie, and pecan panini

Photo by Hannah Giardina

Photo by Hannah Giardina

Paninis are soooo good. This one has apples, pecans, melty gooey brie cheese, and it’s made on raisin bread. Try it.

Spiced pecan pumpkin bread

Courtesy of SeasonWithSpice.com.

Photo courtesy of SeasonWithSpice.com

Pecans and pumpkin are Thanksgiving staples, and this bread loaf is definitely making my mouth drool for Thanksgiving dinner.

Pecan-crusted sweet potatoes

Photo Courtesy of Jules Clancy

Photo courtesy of Jules Clancy

You can make these as a side dish on Thanksgiving, or you can make them now. I’d rather not wait.

Buttered pecan and butterscotch ice cream

Courtesy of Poires au Chocolat

Photo Courtesy of Poires au Chocolat

This fall-inspired ice cream looks absolutely fantastic. You can even get creative and try to incorporate this recipe into an experimental banana ice cream.

Butternut squash mac and cheese with sage and gingersnap-pecan crust

Photo by Parisa Soraya

Photo by Parisa Soraya

This recipe screams Thanksgiving, but it seems a bit too untraditional for the fancy dinner table. Make it now instead!


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