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!
Turkey and dressing are a food combination as iconic as peanut butter and jelly—one just can't go without the other. Classic Thanksgiving Dressing takes sweet and hearty cornbread and combines it with tender vegetables and sage for that perfect holiday flavor. Savory and moist, Classic Thanksgiving Dressing pairs well with turkey, ham, chicken, or virtually any other holiday centerpiece. You could even make it on its own as an extra appetizing snack!
There's a lot of ways to say "filling": hearty, satisfying, substantial, and more. But another way to say it might just be "Amandine". Chicken Amandine, so named for the crunchy almond topping, is a deliciously tender dish stuffed with savory flavors. Salty, meaty, and with a touch of heat, Chicken Amandine covers all the flavor bases. Filled with rice and green beans, it's basically a full meal in one dish—perfect for quiet nights in!
Brazilian Cheese Bread seems impossible for a few reasons. They're impossibly good, with a stretchy, pillowy texture packed with your favorite cheese flavors. They're impossibly easy to make, with just a few simple ingredients and a few steps. And they're ready in under 30 minutes, which definitely seems impossible for how good they taste. Yet Brazilian Cheese Bread is very real and makes a very real (and very positive) impression on your Thanksgiving table!
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!
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!
There's a good reason people go nuts for pumpkin: the delicious, sweet, and spiced flavor so perfectly encapsulates the autumn season! It warms the soul even as the afternoons grow crisp. With Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pumpkin Cookies, you can enjoy that fall taste in a delectable new form. These cookies really do melt in your mouth with their pillowy soft texture. Topped with a molasses-smoky-sweet and creamy frosting, you'll never feel like you've had enough; you'll always want just one more bite of melt-in-your-mouth perfection!
Making cornbread in a cast-iron skillet is the traditional Southern way, and for good reason; the cast iron imparts an extra buttery, crispy crust, making the interior taste that much more delicate. Skillet Cornbread is a hearty (with just a touch of sweet) accompaniment to any meal, whether that's a Thanksgiving turkey, a bacon and eggs breakfast, or simply a snack with butter and honey. This golden brown Skillet Cornbread pleases crowds and taste buds alike with a harvest-happy flavor!