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Thanksgiving Recipe Links

There are a lot of recipes out in the world. There are a lot of recipes on this blog – I know because I just scrolled through them. I did this thing to collect the best recipe for Thanksgiving from this blog, to bundle together here for you! Here goes:

Sides

Carrot-Raisin Salad. Supremely simple and almost all kids will eat it up.

Carrot Cloud. A favorite in our family, but you need a food processor or good blender to whip it up right.

Savory Spaghetti Squash. Something a little more “main dish”, but easily put with the sides as a filling addition to…well…everything else.

3 Simple Sides. Our favorites: Roasted pears with rosemary, Brussels & Bleu cheese, Honey-roasted roots. Thanksgiving essentials for us.

Baked Items

Crackling Cheese-Chive Muffins. So good, and a fun alternative to rolls.

Palee-ish Corn Muffins. Another twist on rolls or bread. These have bacon and apple in them.

Desserts

Pecan Pie. Nothing else need be said.

Chocolate Zucchini Cake. It’s full of veggies, so it’s actually good for you!

Coconut-Almond Tart. Grain and dairy free…chocolate laden.

And Pie Crust Tricks. Because pie crust is important.

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I do not have recipes for turkey, dressing, or potatoes – those things just live in my head, well-worn after years of repetition. I tinker with the cranberries every year. Sister-But has decided that she must make tappenade. This is just a few recipes – a place to explore and glean ideas for your own Feast. I hope you enjoy these recipes (if not now, then someday…) and I hope your table is laden with bounty, love, and peace.

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