Looking for Thanksgiving inspiration? Here are some of my absolute favorite Thanksgiving recipes!
This is one of my most popular recipes! I’m so pleased every year to see how many of you make my cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving and, most importantly, how many readers have told me that it is in fact the best cranberry sauce recipe ever. It’s perfect to eat with stuffing, turkey, and even on turkey sandwiches. It’s also good for weeks so make it early! Get the recipe here.
Cranberry Brie Bites
Now that you have cranberry sauce in your fridge, make cranberry brie bites! They couldn’t be easier to make and really have that wow factor. They’re perfect for holiday snacking! Get the recipe here.
I’ve finally shared our family’s stuffing recipe! This dish is so simple but packed with flavor. Get the recipe here.
Autumn Burrata Salad
This delicious salad has roasted butternut squash, pumpkin seeds, and gooey burrata cheese with a maple vinaigrette. Get the recipe here.
What better way to celebrate apple season than with my Apple Season Salad? This delightful salad takes no time at all to put together, making it perfect for Thanksgiving. Get the recipe here.
Cheddar Mashed Potatoes
My mom’s creamy cheddar mashed potatoes always hit the spot! Get the recipe here.
I just made these for my mom the other day and she was swooning. The maple glaze truly transforms the Brussels sprouts. They taste like candy! Perfect for a holiday. Get the recipe here.
Roasted Carrots with Goat Cheese and Almonds
What a lovely side dish! This recipe easily doubles/triples/quadruples for a crowd. With warm, melty goat cheese, crunchy almonds, and fresh time on sweet roasted carrots, this is an easy way to impress the family. Get the recipe here.
Chocolate lovers, this is the pumpkin pie for you! My pumpkin pie of choice has an Oreo cookie crust and is topped with cinnamon whipped cream and chocolate shavings. Get this Rose Table favorite recipe here.
Best Ever Pie Crust
Just in time for Thanksgiving pies, here’s Mama Rose Table’s famous pie crust. And yes, it’s supposed to be dotted with butter like that! Get the recipe here.
Fairytale Pumpkin Layer Cake
This gorgeous cake tastes even better than it looks! Incredibly moist pumpkin layer has a cream cheese filling and chocolate ganache on top. Get this delicious Thanksgiving cake recipe here.
This is the ultimate pecan pie cheesecake. I honestly like this better than straight pecan pie. Once you try this, you’ll never go back! Get the recipe here.
My mom is famous for her apple pie and there’s no better time to make it than fall, when apples are in season. Serve it with caramel ice cream. Yum! Get the recipe here.
Don’t forget whipped cream for your pies! Once you make your own, you’ll never go back to store bought. It only takes three minutes to make and has such an amazing texture! Get the recipe here.
What a fun little Thanksgiving dessert this would be! Topped with luscious cinnamon whipped cream, these mini pumpkin cheesecakes are a fabulous make-ahead dessert. Get the recipe here.
Festive Fiori di Sicilia Cranberry Cake
I typically make this festive cranberry orange cake with sugared cranberries for Christmas but it would be just as appropriate and magical to make for Thanksgiving! Get the recipe here.
My quick and easy pumpkin pancakes are perfect for Thanksgiving brunch! Get the recipe here.
These beautiful Belgian waffles have juicy cranberries in the batter and sparkling cranberries on top for a festive holiday brunch. Get the recipe here.
Cranberry Orange Muffins
We can’t forget about breakfast! This delightful cranberry orange muffins are perfect for Thanksgiving dinner, brunch, or even a festive snack. Get the recipe here.
This is one of my favorite recipes of all time. This is the best pumpkin bread ever. Truly, everyone tells me so. The best part is that it freezes beautifully and it makes two loaves so you can bake it weeks in advance and then have one loaf in the freezer to thaw the day before Thanksgiving for brunch, snacking, or dinner itself. Get the recipe here.