The holiday season is around the corner! We all know what that means; family, gifts, and oh so yummy comfort food. One of the first big holidays where food is a must is Thanksgiving. If you are stressed about how what to dress your table during this Thanksgiving holiday we have some good old traditional dishes and a new twist on classic dishes. Below are 13 easy traditional Thanksgiving dinner recipes that’ll sure be a hit at your family’s table this year.
1. Garlic Roasted Turkey
Just take a look at this mouth watery turkey. The centerpiece of your Thanksgiving feast will surely impress all your guest this holiday season.
2. Bread Stuffing
Have a little stuffing on the side and inside your turkey, you can’t go wrong. Here is an easy bread stuffing recipe for Thanksgiving from Betty Crocker.
3. Roasted Butternut Squash
Warm up the holiday season and your Thanksgiving meal with this go to butternut squash recipe.
3. Creamy Mashed Potato
O.K. this has to be one of my favorites sides, but even more so on Thanksgiving. I love potato everything and these creamy mash potatoes are a must! Check out the recipe on the Food Network.
4. Bake Mac&Cheese
Now, this easily can be my second favorite side dish, but I find often this is a hit or miss. With this easy to follow Thanksgiving recipe, your mac&cheese will surely be a hit that you can use all year round.
5. Sweet Potato Casserole
Bring out your Thanksgiving versatility with this classic dish. Covered with Pecan this side dish almost makes it shameful to have any dessert during your holiday feast.
6. Maple Ginger Roasted Vegetables
Vegetables this holiday season need not be the boring old steamed or boiled bag of vegetable medley. Jazz them up on Thanksgiving with this tasty recipe.
7. Spinach Gratin
This creamy and just the right amount of crust will give you a whole new perspective on spinach, this Thanksgiving. You will enjoy this easy and delicious recipe.
8. Candied Yams
We went to the south for this Thanksgiving recipe and we are sure you will be delighted with this easy drizzling candied yams recipe.
9. Leftover Turkey Jambalaya
The day after your Thanksgiving dinner, if some of your amazing food survive you can get creative. Here is a turkey jambalaya recipe that reminds you of the great dinner from the day before.
10. Pie Dough
Its time for dessert and what better treat on Thanksgiving than pie? Well, here is a great recipe to start the base of any pie you choose to make this holiday season.
11. Apple Pie
Yum yum, apple pie a Thanksgiving treat staple.
12. Pumpkin Pie Minis
Fun creative mini pumpkin pies that your guest can’t wait to devour. The recipe does not include the cool cookie cutters sorry.
This moist treats can either be served as a dessert option or be part of your Thanksgiving meal. In any case, this recipe will have your guest wanting more.
Thanksgiving is a time for good company and good food. I know at times, you might feel like you’re going overboard. But, don’t. Keep it simple. And some flare here and there. These traditional Thanksgiving recipes will no doubt make your holiday gathering and ultimate success.
Which one of these recipes is a staple at your Thanksgiving dinner table? Drop a line below.