We spent Thanksgiving traveling to northern Indiana and central Illinois to spend some time with both of our families.
I’m sharing some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes to help you nail down your holiday menu.
This cheesy garlic kale is sautéed on the stovetop, leaving precious oven space open for other holiday dishes. It takes only ten minutes to throw together!
A quick recap of our family’s Thanksgiving celebrations.
A quick thank you to readers.
Traditional corn casserole gets lightened up with the help of egg whites and Greek yogurt. The result is a delicious, rich side dish that tastes just as good as the original.
This is a cheesy, addicting twist on a Thanksgiving classic. The recipe’s been passed down for a couple of generations and, after you take one bite, you’ll understand why. You won’t even miss the french fried onions!
This is like a grown-up version of pecan pie that uses walnuts instead. The cranberries and whiskey whipped cream provide the perfect, tart balance to the maple syrup, making for a delicious dessert that isn’t overly sweet.
A recap of the food at our Thanksgiving family get-together.
These pumpkin bars are the perfect cross between cake and pie. They’re rich, gooey and sure to be a hit at your Thanksgiving feast!