If you’re anything like me, you might have waited until the very last minute to put a Thanksgiving Dinner together. These Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes can help you get through this holiday without a hitch!
Have you ever cooked Thanksgiving dinner before? Maybe you’re just like me and plan a little late. I’m hoping that having all the recipes you’ll need in one place will help you out tremendously!
We have turkey, veggies, potatoes, pasta, eggs, dessert, some fun for the kids and some thankful devotions.
Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes
Not everyone cooks ham on Thanksgiving, but we do. I like ham much more than I like turkey. My ham recipe falls of the bone. It’s the best ham you will ever have the pleasure of eating.
My Thanksgiving Turkey is juicy and tasty. The best part though really is how easy it is to cook! My gravy recipe is one handed down to me from my Grand MIL! It’s the best!
My Giblet Gravy Recipe is one handed down to me from my Grand MIL! It’s the best!
These Stuffed Cornish Hens are perfect if you don’t have many people coming to dinner, or if you’re putting together a small Friendsgiving!
A great side dish to have for those picky eaters!
Several Turkey Stuffing Recipes For Thanksgiving Dinner
A yummy recipe for Gluten Free Turkey Stuffing. This recipe uses cornbread, and it’s fantastic!
My favorite is this Sausage Stuffing Recipe. It’s one of the best Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes in this whole list!
I have a couple more stuffing recipes in this post.
Thinly sliced potatoes, smothered in cheese!
Every dinner party should have a great potato dish. I love Au Gratin potatoes, because they are simple to make but really so yummy!
Green bean casserole is a family favorite and a must have at the Thanksgiving dinner table!
Deviled eggs are a must for every Thanksgiving table. This is a true family favorite recipe.
This is a family recipe, that we have been using for many years. It is simply the best potato salad ever!
Some people call this Christmas crack, but I call it chocolate toffee. The ingredients are very basic, but believe me people nicknamed it Christmas crack for a reason!
You could make this any time of the year though, it’s so good and easy to make!
This makes a great hostess gift! This is an adult beverage.
Appetizer tray *optional my family usually put pickles, cucumber, celery, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli on a tray, and add your favorite dip!
Do you know a chicken lover? Christmas is coming soon, make sure you grab something for the crazy chicken lady/guy in your life!
Get your spouse or homesteading friends a gift this holiday!
Christmas is right around the corner, the trees will go up the day after Thanksgiving typically. Make sure you’re prepared with Holiday Gifts For Homesteaders!
Keep scrolling for more recipes from other bloggers…
This concludes my list of Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes. I asked around to a couple of blogger friends for some recipes just to make sure I cover all my bases.
They fired back with some awesome posts that they have going on right now. I am so happy to share these with you!
First, I want to share a little bit about food safety. Working in the food industry for many years, I know that mistakes are easily made. I want to share real quick a couple of tips to keep you and your family safe this year. I sure hope it helps! Here is a link to some great resources where you can learn some great tips on food safety. http://www.foodsafety.
Okay now that we have taken a refresher course, here are my friends links for their recipes, kids activities, and thankful devotionals! I hope you enjoy them and I hope that you have a great day! Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes:
These marshmallows look divine!
Wow, these looks so yummy, and the pictures are great!
This is another Thanksgiving food roundup much bigger than mine. So if you didn’t find what you need here in this post be sure to check this awesome list out!
My husband love cheesecake I’ll have to remember this recipe!
Oh I love this so much. I’d love to have an outdoor kitchen. It’s on my list of things to do! Great post!
Remembering to be Thankful…
I love these, from the HomesteadLady.com it reminds me to stop and be thankful for all I have been blessed with. The Marshmallow recipe sounds so divine! I can’t wait to try that one out!
I love seeing why other people are thankful. It gives me more ideas for what I should be thankful for also!
We all want a stress free Thanksgiving!
Fun for the kids or last minute Homeschool activities for the holiday!
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