Rich, delicious, filling and a huge hit with the whole family. Enjoy the best holiday meal of the year and bring your family around the table with from scratch food they’ll love.
So 3 months ago I did an early Thanksgiving and perfected a TON of amazing recipes for YOU guys. I even FILMED half of them (or thought I did, turns out the audio got messed up and not a single one is usable).
But then life, aka awesome opportunities like Food Network, happen and I get way way WAY behind with everything in my life! SOOOO JUST in time for Thanksgiving TOMORROW I have my Thanksgiving recipe ecookbook for you!
I seriously am so excited about some of these recipes, keeping them off the blog and saved for this book has been HARD! I think we’ve well established that I am NOT a veggie person, but OH MY WORD!
These are veggies even I eat! I’m a little obsessed with these green beans, bacon, shallots, cheese… and more, you’ll have to get the book to get the rest! Even my KIDS loved these veggies!
In addition to the basics, (aka turkey, gravy, potatoes and stuffing) this book also includes:
Creamy Bacon Green Beans – Made with fresh green beans and no cream of anything. Cream, cheese, bacon, shallots, and more, so much flavor, the even my kids enjoyed this dish
Coconut Pumpkin Soup – Boom – seriously I am in love with this soup, it’s a fall staple for me. We make a double batch and never have leftovers.
Stuffed Mushrooms – This is one I grew up with, one my mom always makes for holidays. My kids were wary, but it’s a favorite among your adult guests.
Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts – The only way I’ll eat brussel sprouts. Roasted until they caramelizes in the maple, toss in some bacon and you have an amazing dish.
Corn Casserole – make from scratch, no box mix in sight, this was the surprising hit at our last Thanksgiving dinner, easily our newest tradition.
Pecan Pie Tart – I’ve made this for a few events and this recipe is my most requested currently. So here it is! seriously delicious in every way.
Pumpkin Ice Cream – Not everyone loves pumpkin pie (craziness) but everyone needs a few pumpkin options on Thanksgiving. This ice cream is perfection, my favorite is to take the left over pie crust dough, cook it up and serve it with this ice cream!
Sweet Hawaiian Rolls – no meal would be complete without some soft, buttery delicious dinner rolls
Eggnog – yup, homemade egg nog, everyone’s favorite drink, I start drinking it at Thanksgiving and I don’t stop until they make me!
Turkey Pot Pie – I always make a huge turkey so I have enough left overs to make this dish.
And there you have it, a few reasons to get this cookbook. There are 43 recipes (over half never shared before). This is not only my Thanksgiving dinner but also our Christmas and Easter dinner as well.
I love everything about Thanksgiving, way too much to only eat it once a year! I hope you enjoy these recipes as much as we do!