A cornerstone of picnics, cookouts, and potlucks, Ambrosia Salad is an easy, breezy, and speedy dessert. It's creamy, smooth, and positively packed with fresh fruit flavors; with a little crunch from pecans and bursts of sugar from marshmallows, Ambrosia Salad is practically swimming with sweetness. Wherever you bring a bowl of Ambrosia Salad, you bring nostalgia and delight in dessert form!!
Thanksgiving leftovers have inspired countless recipes and strategies to make the most of them. The Best-Ever Leftover Turkey Soup approaches this delicious dilemma in a novel way: instead of a heavy sandwich, it transforms the leftovers into a refreshing, reinvigorating soup. Steaming with savory, herby flavors, the Best-Ever Leftover Turkey Soup is an ocean of juicy turkey and tender orzo pasta. Light, bright, and festive, this soup simmers with the warmth of the holidays!
It's called a salad, but it tastes like no salad you've ever tried before. Strawberry Pretzel Salad is a perpetual party favorite, with a sweet and salty pretzel crust and a creamy filling that's fruity, sweet, and light. Fluffy and topped with fresh strawberries, it's a refreshing side to go with your holiday spread or your next potluck!
The only problem with The Best Deviled Eggs is that they always seem to disappear too fast. One minute you have a plate of creamy, tangy, flavorful egg delights with smoky paprika and fatty bacon bits on top. The next minute, you blink and they're gone already! With a wonderful balance of sweet and sour notes, you may just feel tempted to make two batches: one for your guests and one for yourself!
Layers upon layers of tender potatoes and sweet onion sandwiching a creamy, cheesy sauce? Sounds heavenly! In fact, Simple Au Gratin Potatoes actually look like scoops of golden brown clouds. It's a fluffy, hearty side dish with an aroma that brings people to the dining room. Simple Au Gratin Potatoes make a perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving dinner, steak, pork, chicken... anything you can imagine!
Everyone loves french toast, but virtually no one enjoys the messy soaking and frying part of making it. Baked French Toast Casserole skips those untidy steps and simplifies this gourmet breakfast. Custardy and creamy, every bite of this casserole features hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and maple for a sweet and delightful dish. Tender and sprinkled with crunchy nuts, Baked French Toast Casserole is perfect for a cozy Sunday breakfast, a celebratory family brunch, or even a special holiday!
Orange and cranberry make a beloved holiday flavor combination for good reason; the sunshine-sweetness and tang of orange mix perfectly with the tartness and seasonality of cranberry. This Moist Orange Cran Bread makes the most of these flavors. A tender loaf that straddles the line between cake and bread, Moist Orange Cran Bread is the perfect Thanksgiving side for both turkey and apple pie. You could even enjoy it as part of your holiday breakfast!
Creamy-baked mac and cheese sounds good. Do you know what sounds better? Mom's Creamiest Mac and Cheese! This mac and cheese brings out an eyes-closed, wide-smile reaction with every bite from friends and family around the table. Its name only hints at its deep, smooth richness. With the combination of salty and nutty Gruyère cheese and the sharp tang of cheddar, "cheesy" doesn't do it justice. Are there truly words to describe Mom's Creamiest Mac and Cheese? Yes: "Mmmmmmmmmmm!"
For such a classic Thanksgiving dessert, Traditional Pecan Pie is remarkably easy to whip together; it's perfect for last-minute preparations or busy schedules! What's more, it's scrumptious—with molasses' sweet smokiness and the nutty crunch of buttery pecans in every mouthful. Traditional Pecan Pie is a captivatingly sweet confection that makes people happy regardless of the occasion. Be prepared for a chorus of "mmmmm" when you serve this up!
Baking brie cheese brings out its full buttery and creamy taste and texture; it's no wonder baked brie has seen such a spike in popularity. Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce take this appetizer in a new Thanksgiving direction! The richness of the brie creates a wonderful contrast to the tart sweetness of the cranberries and the crunch of toasted hazelnuts. Make sure you have plenty of crackers to serve with your Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce because you're going to want to keep dipping into it!