Monday, November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving Recipe Round Up 2015!!

This is going to be my only post this week. I am super busy shopping, cleaning, and baking! We're hosting Thanksgiving this year so I've got a lot going on.

I'm rounding up my Thanksgiving recipes... if you are looking for some last minute ideas you can look here!

Starting first with our family's favorite Thanksgiving appetizer... caramelized apple, onion, and gruyere tart bites!! OM NOM NOM
Apple, onion, and gruyere tart bites
 Another appetizer choice is pear, blue cheese, and anaheim pepper bites... they are topped with toasted walnuts!
pear and blue cheese bites
 The easiest option of these three bites are these cranberry, brie, and thyme bites! I love the Thanksgiving flavors in these!
cranberry, brie, and thyme bites
If your oven is full, try making this cranberry salsa.  It's tangy but sweet. It's also my #1 recipe pin on pinterest.
Cranberry salsa Recipe

These homemade onion rolls were a hit last year. They are good! You can make the dough beforehand.
Thanksgiving Onion Roll Recipe
This is a nice healthier alternative to plain ol' mashed potatoes.  It's mashed cauliflower with a potato or two thrown in. Although, I still prefer mashed potatoes :-D

Healthy Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes
This is a nice vegetable side dish you can serve.  Plus, it adds some pretty color to your table!

Autumn Roasted Carrots
If you're one to serve salad at Thanksgiving, this is a nice Fall harvest salad. It has cranberries, apples, pecans, and a honey mustard dressing.
Fall Harvest Salad
If you're a soup person, this is a nice soup to serve for Thanksgiving.  It could also be the "main dish" for your vegetarian friends.

German Pumpkin Soup (Kurbissuppe)
If you serve multiple pies at Thanksgiving or are not a pumpkin pie person, this is a GREAT apple pie.  It is so so good, I highly recommend it.

The Best Apple Pie Recipe
Or, if you want to try something different, make pumpkin pie (aka pumpkin cheesecake) macarons! These are best served the day AFTER you bake them ... which means you can make them ahead of time!
pumpkin pie macarons
Hopefully you found a recipe you want to try this year!
Written at http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!

7 comments:

  1. Those tart bites, the cranberry, brie, and thyme bites, the onion rolls, and the macarons sound amazing!

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  2. Great recipes! Have a lovely Thanksgiving!

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  3. Wow Angelina! Everything looks so delicious! Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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  4. Angelina,
    All of these look scrumptious, but the first two doubly so. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family.

    Judith

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