Linking up with Jen's 7 Quick Takes and Cari's Thanksgiving Linkup...you know, 2 birds, 1 stone kinda deal.
Without further ado, here are some of my Thanksgiving favorites!!
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
I've posted this recipe before, and it's such a healthy and filling appetizer.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Caramelized Onions
This is a new recipe for me, but I've been eating it this week and it is so delicious, and I don't really even like sweet potatoes.
We call them these because all the men gobble them up. Hehe, I said gobble in a Thanksgiving food list.
Here's how to make them....
In a bundt pan, arrange 2 cans of these:
Melt 1 stick of butter, and add 1 tsp. thyme to it and then pour over biscuits, getting it in between each biscuit.
Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes (?) and when browned, flip bundt pan over onto serving plate and let sit (covered) until ready to serve.
I hate turkey and I don't eat it, but I had to cook the turkey last year since I was hosting, so I got some breasts and followed Ina's recipe. Everyone said it was really good, and it was very simple.
|They are next to the broccoli.|
We only make these once a year, and they are so yummy but so bad for you. I need to create a healthy alternative so we can enjoy them more often, and I can't give you the recipe because it is a family secret. Just think hash browned potatoes with cheese and bacon. Mmmmm.
Oh just hand me a spoon...
1 package cream cheese (softened)
1 jar ROKA Blue Spread
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
3/4 cup chopped walnuts
Just mix first three ingredients together in mixer and refrigerate 2 hours.
Form into a ball, coat with nuts and serve with crackers.
Swedish Apple Pie
I've written about this recipe here, and it's my all time favorite pie because there is no crust. And Me + Crust = Divorced.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving prepping weekend everyone!