Find 27 recipes you’ll want to gobble for your Thanksgiving feast.
Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away and in anticipation
I’m celebrating with a little giveaway!
And sharing a round-up of recipes for your entertaining your family
or friends and your Thanksgiving feast!
Click on the links for the complete recipes for your Thanksgiving feast!
Nutter Butter Turkey Cupcakes!
These little gobblers are fun to make with Nutter Butter cookies, licorice wattles and candy corn fantails!
Roasted Harvest Vegetable Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette
A make-ahead healthy and colorful addition to your Thanksgiving feast!
Turkey Snack Board for Thanksgiving
Create a snack board for easy entertaining for Thanksgiving that your family and friends will want to gobble!
Ina Garten’s Make Ahead Cranberry Sauce
Make ahead one week in advance; the perfect combination of sweet and tart!
Pumpkin-Pecan Streusel Pie with Pecan Piecrust
A delicious spin on the classic pumpkin pie with a pecan-studded crust!
A sweet and salty treat, great for snacking and sure to satisfy hungry pilgrims,
football fans, or tree-trimmers over Thanksgiving weekend!
The flavor of pecan pie in an easy and delicious muffin. You’ll want to double the recipe!
Quick and easy mini pumpkin pies with a package of refrigerated pie crusts, a muffin tin and cookie cutters!
Pimento Cheese Deviled Egg “Pumpkins”
Calling all pimento cheese and deviled egg lovers, this fun appetizer marries both flavors in one bite!
A flavorful, sweet treat for your Thanksgiving table and an easy and delicious hostess gift!
Roasted Butternut-Apple and Pumpkin Soup Shooters
A teaser appetizer to serve your guests and whet their appetite for the Thanksgiving feast!
Caramel-Pecan-Pumpkin Bread Pudding
The Caramel-Pecan Sauce guarantees it will be gobbled up! Make this bread pudding in individual ramekins or bake in a 9 x 13 pan and dish it up when ready to serve.
Cranberry-Apple-Pumpkin Bundt Cake
The flavors of fall in a cake with a Maple Glaze and Sugared Pecans and Pepitas
Make-ahead, flavorful and ideal for Thanksgiving weekend with family in town
Overnight Pumpkin French Toast with Streusel Topping
A make-ahead baked French toast casserole. The streusel topping adds a sweet layer of flavor and crunch that makes it company-worthy for weekend brunch or Thanksgiving weekend!
Pumpkin Loaf with Cream Cheese Swirl
A moist, spiced pumpkin cake with a tangy cream cheese layer, perfect for a fall morning, Thanksgiving weekend or anytime you slice it!
Potato Gratin with Rosemary Crust
A gratin that marries Yukon Gold and sweet potatoes in a side for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Served in a double crust that’s layered with rosemary and Gruyère cheese!
Cranberry-Pecan Pie Crust Leaves
Dress up your left over Thanksgiving turkey with Cranberry-Pecan Crusts for pot pie, piecrust leaf “sandwiches” of pecans and cranberries!
Pumpkin-Chocolate Harvest Bundt Cake with Bourbon-Pecan Glaze!
Pumpkin meets chocolate and a Bourbon-Pecan Glaze. Serve it with some Nutter Butter and Hersey Kisses Acorns for a fun and seasonal addition and nod to fall.
Cinnamon-Sugar Puff Pastry Turkeys!
Classic palmier cookies that are easy to gobble, with light, buttery, flaky layers of pastry and an irresistibly sweet cinnamon-sugar crunch!
Thanksgiving Turkey Dessert Board
Serve up smiles and satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth too with Thanksgiving Turkey Dessert Board
As easy to mix as is to drink and perfect beverage to serve for a crowd for Thanksgiving!
Slow Cooker Maple Pumpkin Butter
Enjoy as a spread for breakfast breads or stirred into oatmeal, yogurt, or with pancakes and waffles for a seasonal fall treat. Makes a delicious hostess or Thanksgiving take away gift!
Quick and Easy Pumpkin Butter-Pecan Rolls with Pumpkin Spice Glaze
Wake up to Pumpkin Butter-Pecan Rolls with Pumpkin Spice Glaze, an easy and delicious breakfast treat!
Get Your Pie On: Cheesy Thanksgiving Appetizer
Your family and friends will enjoy this fun little appetizer for Thanksgiving that’s easy as pie.
Pumpkin Spice Bundt Cake with Kahlúa-Cream Cheese Glaze
Fans of Pumpkin Spice Latte will love this warmly spiced Bundt cake with an espresso-cinnamon swirl and coffee glaze, topped with a layer of Kahlua-Cream Cheese.
Turkey-Shaped Butter for Your Thanksgiving Feast
A fun little accompaniment for your Thanksgiving feast
I like to mix and match dishes for Thanksgiving instead of having a complete set of dinnerware,
so I’m always on the look out to add a new “Tom” to add to my collection.
Thanksgiving Table with Assorted Tom Turkeys and Fantail Napkin Fold
Easy 5 Minute Centerpiece for your Thanksgiving Table
Create a quick, no-stress natural centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.
In anticipation of Thanksgiving, I’m sharing some turkey dish love and giving away
a Royal Stafford Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Plate to 3 readers,
to start or add to your turkey plate collection!
Enjoy at the table or display your ‘rafters of turkeys’ in a Thanksgiving vignette.
In the Potting Shed: A Rafter of Turkeys and Thanksgiving Vignette
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leave a comment telling me your favorite Thanksgiving food or tradition.
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We have a New England favorite. Equal portions of Turnips and Carrots mashed with butter, salt and pepper, and a bit of half and half. More carrots = sweeter. Not too sweet = more turnips. Beautiful orange side dish. Helps balance all the rich Thanksgiving foods.
Love fall and thanksgiving is my favorite holiday . Family and delicious food ! My favorite food is dressing and gravy . My tradition is I always cook fresh cranberry sauce . I pinned one of your beautiful plates towards the end of this post . Always love seeing your beautiful Turkey plate collection . 🧡🍁 🦃
Mary, it’s so nice to have your lovely recipes for Thanksgiving in one place. Happy November. See you soon for the Thanksgiving blog Hop.
My favorite tradition is an EASY one! I make the cranberry sauce with fresh cranberries, a whole orange, sliced to fit into the blender, and sugar. Whirl and instant, delicious cranberry sauce. I love to use for leftover turkey sandwiches and it goes great with cheese for a toasty cheese melt. So simple and delicious.
Thanks for your wonderful turkey displays!
Such a wonderful collection of ideas for Thanksgiving!! My favorite Thanksgiving food is my grandmother’s cornbread dressing!
What a colorful, happy read to start your November days ahead. Recipes we have tried and enjoy, and more to explore. Think it will be Tom Turkey Dessert Plate. Love to make the Maple Butter, nice to give as a gift with Fall Towel. Love sharing Thanksgiving with the family, the memories, laughs, and new experiences to share to create new memories. May your November be filled with continuing Fall color and a Lovely Thanksgiving Holiday!
I posted the giveaway on my Pinterest page and I am also a long-time subscriber! Thanks again, for so many creative ideas!!
Another wonderful post Mary, we added it to our favorite thanksgiving pins. Our favorite thanksgiving food, my mother Stuffing. filled with homemade spicy turkey sausage , sautéed onions and celery and Granny Smith apples. Seasoned bread cubes and lots of butter and vegetable broth. Add sage, a must some tine and rosemary and a good splash of woochester sauce. My oh my is it good, cooked in the bird and in a buttered casserole side dish,
Thank you for all the great recipe ideas and a chance to win a “Tom”. Such beautiful dishware! I am subscribed and always look forward to your posts!
I pinned a photo from the posts for an extra opportunity to win a Tom. Thank you!
My favorite Thanksgiving food is the day after – a turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce and havarti cheese.
I posted a photo of the Thanksgiving table with the turkey and mini pumpkins – so festive!
Thank you for all the tasty-looking recipes. Those Nutterbutter cupcakes made me laugh, SO creative!
Unfortunately, Thanksgiving traditions change as loved ones have passed. I pray new traditions will come and bring joy once again! One that was precious was for each person to share something for which they’re thankful. Young and not so young got to share…very special.
I won last year! And I was so thrilled! I actually brought the dish back with me from Pennsylvania this year as I am going to use it in my Decor here in AZ! Thank you once again! And thank you for this fabulous round up!
Mary, I love the thanksgiving “shed” so pretty for the season. I am already a follower, and very much enjoy reading your posts. My favorite thanksgiving food is the pumpkin pie, and your idea of the little ones in the muffin tin is genius!
My time of the year is fast approaching. You have brought it to light with all of your pictures. Great job. I just love every thing you do with your tables capes. Everything is well pressed and neatly placed and so well thought out. I know I really love and appreciate all the time you put into your photo shoots. Now to the star of the season “Tom Turkey” who is front in center and looking good. I have been collecting since I was a little girl and now I am 71 years old so I have a large collection of different Toms. I have service for 8 guests with all different desert plates to go with it. I am very proud to have an antique turkey chocolate mold that is for 8 individual turkeys, so I can mold butter in each to put on everyone’s bread and butter plate. Also, I have a large chocolate turkey mold and I make pound cakes in them and use them in my decorations with my other deserts on my sideboard. You have given me so many ideas over the years. Thanks for keeping the memories flowing. Janet Ramsey
What a lovely giveaway Mary! Your recipe roundup has my tummy rumbling! Everything is so gorgeously presented, I want to come to your house for Thanksgiving!
Thanks for all the fun Thanksgiving recipes and ideas and the opportunity to win this beautiful platter!! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a simple corn pudding!!
It’s all about the dressing in my household. Any changes are not acceptable. The recipe came from my husband’s grandmother.
Wow! Your recipes are delicious! I’ve gained weight just reading them! I saved at least three to my Pinterest page: the Roasted Harvest Salad, the Pecan Pie Muffins, the Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Bread, and at least one of the delicious looking Bundt cakes!
We’re in the south, so #1 Thanksgiving food is dressing. The second favorite food is pecan pie. I could literally make these two things and everyone would be happy!😂😂
Some really good ideas and recipes in this post. Thanks! I live in Virginia and my favorite Thanksgiving food is the sausage dressing we always have. So good!!! Happy Thanksgiving!
Ah, you made me start a new Pinterest board, LOL. So many nummy recipes. Definitely going with roasted veggies this year, we had a nice crop of carrots and parsnips! I may throw in some butternut squash too! Thanks for jump starting me! Hugs, Sandi
It is hard to say what my favorite thing is. Most of all it is the family and friends gathering at the table. We are so blessed and we often fail to notice it. Love the Tom!
HI! I saved and pinned the beautiful Tom!
My favorite Thanksgiving food is pumpkin pie–thank you for the wonderful recipes and beautiful table settings.
I pinned your Thanksgiving centerpiece to my Fall/Thanksgiving board. Beautiful!
My favorite Thanksgiving food is the Turkey with fresh cranberry sauce. It just doesn’t seem like Thanksgiving without it. All of your recipes looks so yummy. I have a good collection of Bundt cake pans so am planning to try out your bundt cake recipes. Your posts are always a “feast” for our eyes :)
Just pinned the Turkey dinner dish! Could be dangerous if I win. The last time someone gifted me with a dish was my husband’s Grandma about 45 years ago. It was a Spode Christmas Tree China plate and 38 years later I had a setting for 12 people. I just proudly passed it on to my Niece since she now hosts the family dinnersl. I have to admit, I did hold back two dessert plates and the teapot. I have such a love for fine china!
I am a long time subscriber. My mother’s Southern Pecan Pie recipe is always a hit at Thanksgiving.
Lovely ideas! Will make the “pie” appetizers and turkey puff pastry cinnamon Tim’s with my granddaughters.
It is not Thanksgiving without sweet potatoes with a brown sugar crumble topping with chopped walnuts. Looks gorgeous in a copper dish.
Thanks for this collection of recipes and ideas to make this holiday bright. Our favorite tradition is playing Bingo after dinner for prizes, sometimes “white elephant” gifts. Also, when my SIL entered the family she brought her fresh cranberry relish that has apples and 2 mashed bananas which make it “oh so creamy”. Long time subscriber. Smile.
I pinned the Get Your Pie On appetizer because as a host we need to do simple appetizers. Smile.
I love these all these yummies on your page, it makes Thanksgiving very special. My family loves the smoked turkey my husband makes every year, and they always ask for Sweet Potatoe crack aka sweet potato casserole to go with it! This plate is special and beautiful. Thank you for all your fun recipes and ideas ..
My favorite Thanksgiving food is Canatle. It is a German dish made from bread, eggs and milk. You tear the bread into small pieces add eggs and milk to form round balls. The balls are deep fried until golden brown. Make ahead of time. On Thanksgiving day boil the Canatle in water for 20 minutes. Drain. Cut apart and put goblet gravy over top. This recipe was handed down thru 4 generations that I know of.
I saved the Turkey platter to Pinterest as well as the Apple Pumpkim Pecan Bundt cake
Can’t have Thanksgiving without our Southern cornbread dressing and giblet gravy! My grandmother always made sweet potato balls, with a marshmallow in the center. I sure miss those! Subscribed and pinned. Thanks
All of these recipes are spectacular. Thanks for doing this. My favorite thanksgiving traditional food is cornbread dressing with turkey gravy. I had a large family get together about 10 years ago. and since then several members have passed so it was a very special day.
What a wonderful collection of delicious sounding items! I am definitely going to make a few. Our tradition involves writing out a slip or 2 of paper listing things which we are grateful for. Then we read these during our dinner with family. We always have a sweet potato casserole which mainly my daughter and I love and so we have a lot left over for breakfasts and lunches for the following week. Thank you for your inspiration.
Dressing – my Grandmother’s recipe – is a must have for us. These recipes sound delicious and I love trying something new each year.
Love all of your recipes and food ideas! I really want to try the pumpkin cream cheese bread as I have the loaf pan with pumpkins on top. The Tom plate would be a great addition to my Thanksgiving collection. I’ve been a long-time follower of your inspiring blog!! My family has many favorite and special foods, but my specialty is the dressing!! Thanks for your generous giveaway!
So many Great ideas!❤️ Well, I’ve tried to change things up a bit. But, everyone wants the same Traditional Dinner. It’s so good, so why change it! There is one thing missing that my mom always made. Her baked apples, I wish I would have paid attention to how she made them….
This is a fabulous post with so many wonderful ideas. I am thinking I will make the pecan cramnberry leaves t go with an appetizer. Our family tradition is roasted duck. Thanksgiving is the only time I make it and we look forward to it. I am a long time subscriber and follower. I pinned the photo of the pecan cranberry leaves. I would love to win this plate as
I already have the salad plates. thank you Mary for all your beautiful photos and ideas.
My own homemade Cranberry Relish/Sauce!
Blown.away! That’s all I’ve got to say. I wish you were hosting my Thanksgiving! I would eat any and ALL, and drink too. Fabulous.
Love your post. I’m a subscriber and enjoy seeing your creativity in action.
My favorite tradition is to give everyone 3 pieces of corn( reminder of the rough first thanksgiving) and allow everyone to tell 3 things they’re thankful for- we’re so blessed!
Pinned your potato gratin recipe, can’t wait to try it☺️
Mary this is a lovely post. My favorite Thanksgiving food is stuffing. It is my maternal Grandmothers recipe.
Thank You for the chance to win this lovely platter.
I pinned the Turkey Patter.
My favorite Thanksgiving food is Cranberry Sauce. At my Grandmother’s house not many of my relatives liked Cranberry Sauce . I received most of theirs.
Thank You for the generous giveaway.
Thank you so much Mary for the chance to win this beautiful platter. My favorite food at Thanksgiving is Pumpkin Pie. After the meal much later we have a tradition of having Turkey sandwiches with Cranberry sauce and Mayonnaise on it and Cranberry Jell-o.
My favorite Thanksgiving food is pecan pie and leftover pumpkin pie for breakfast the next morning. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely plate.
Thank you so much for the lovely giveaway opportunity. Thanksgiving is my most favorite holiday! I love the tradition of turkey with all the fixings, decorating for Thanksgiving and baking all the desserts for the dessert table! But for me, the best part of the Thanksgiving tradition is being with my family and spending time with them. It means the world to me.
My favorite Thanksgiving food is sweet potatoes.
My favorite Thanksgiving food is homemade cornbread dressing with homemade cranberry sauce. Thanks for a chance at the give-away. I pinned and commented. I already follow you.🦃
Just Fabulous Mary! Thanks for all the great ideas!!
Such a wonderful legacy of the years gone by, twins on so many in the beginning years, YOU are forever book ready!
Mary, there are so many fabulous recipes and stunning presentations. I love a round-up because they are so easy to refer back for ideas and inspiration! Happy Thursday!
A tasty roundup Mary. It’s beautifully displayed as well. Enjoy your day. Clara ❤️
Now I’m hungry. Pinned a number of recites on Pinterest so I won’t loose ’em.
Thanks for the Thanksgiving roundup, Mary! My favorite Thanksgiving food is pecan pie. Happy November! 🍁 🦃 🍁
My favorite Thanksgiving food is , of course, pumpkin pie. Or maybe pecan pie? Or maybe just a slice of each – with whipped cream (homemade) please!
I’m, also, a long time subscriber and I posted the giveaway on my Pinterest.
Oh my, what a remarkable collection of food and decorating ideas. There is no one like you! My favorite food is the candied yams…..I could make a whole meal with just that one dish. Thank you for your generous opportunity to have and display the beautiful turkey platter. Blessings to you and yours during this wonderful time of the year.
I think my favorite food at Thanksgiving is later on Thanksgiving night when everything is cleaned up and the work is done and we make some turkey sandwiches with home made cranberry sauce, mayonnaise and maybe a bit of stuffing and we turn on Its a Wonder Life and reminisce about holidays past and just relax and enjoy each other’s company..
Happy Thankgiving and blessings to everyone.
I love all the traditional food of thanksgiving along with the Tablescapes, family visit and games.
Ahh, I love when you do a round up! I’ve printed several of these recipes but printed more this morning. Yummy, it inspires me to get cooking! Other than the food and family gathering, our favorite tradition is watching the Macy’s Parade. Our daughter was in it twice and now I get to share the memories with her sweet little 3 children – I still have the costume she wore, Lol!! I’m a long time subscriber and enjoy every post. Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration. Happy Thanksgiving!
I’ve pinned several photos, the Pimento stuffed eggs, Get your pie on Cheesy Appetizer and the Pecan rolls with Pumpkin spice glaze – do you see a theme here? Thanks Mary!
Love all the goodies. I pinned the pecan streusel pie and plan to make it for book club this month. Our favorite tradition is going around the table and give one thing we are thankful for this year. Beautiful pictures.
I subscribe by email.
Love all your recipes and decor ideas!
I’m going to make the nutter butter cupcakes for my bunco group this month.
I pinned the nutterbutter cupcakes, the pecan streusel pie which I plan to make for Thanksgiving and the cranberry sauce which I also pinned Our favorite tradition is to watch The Macy’s Thanksgiving parade and favorie food is the Turkey, dressing and mashed potatoes, especially the leftovers the next day.
The Turkey plate would be a special edition to our Thanksgiving Table that would be treasured!
I am a subscriber via email and want to thank you so much for all the beautiful pictures, decor ideas and yummy recipes you share!
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I love oyster dressing it has been a family tradition for as long as I can remember!
Thank you for your beautiful post and happy
Thanksgiving to you!
Oh my gosh Mary – these are all fabulous ideas! I can’t wait to try several of them for Thanksgiving and our annual fall party coming right up. I hope I can make them look as beautiful as yours! :) Thanks!!
Have made several of your recipes over the years. Always good and different. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and having dressing makes it more tasty. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
Not really a fan of pumpkin pie, but I love a Bourbon Pecan Pumpkin Cheesecake that I have made at Thanksgiving many times. It is always a hit.
Fabulous post and great recipes….I can’t wait to try them. Love the pumpkin deviled eggs – so cute! Thanks so much for sharing and for the great giveaway!
I love all casseroles for Thanksgiving! I have pinned the turkey appetizer food board and plan to create one for a party this weekend! I hope it turns out half as good as yours!
I’m enjoying my collection of turkeys…and look forward to all of the wonderful Thanksgiving food, and being with family! All your recipes are enticing!
Must haves are Sweet Potato Casserole, Deviled Eggs and Custard Pie along with our Turkey and Dressing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
I’m sorry to hear about your Mother in Law. It’s hard during the holidays when our loved ones are not here.
Thanks for al the work you put into this Thanksgiving collection. You shine!
Your recipes have been a hit with me and my family in the past and I will make some again this Thanksgiving. I’m thinking the mini pecan pumpkin pies and the apple cranberry pumpkin bundt cake. Hope I have time to make a turkey too!
I would like to have a turkey plate. Like your table and all the turkeys.
My favorite dish for Thanksgiving is my homemade dressing. Everyone loves it!!