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Thanksgiving is fast approaching, ladies and gentlemen! Just one more weekend to go. I’ve put together a Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup for you today, just in case you are looking for an idea or two.

Hope you find something to enjoy!

Cranberry Cream Cheese Dip

This fabulous dip (pictured above) is one of my most viewed recipes. It’s in the top three and everything, folks. It is absolutely delicious. I have noticed some people on pinterest describe it as Cranberry Salsa, which it really could be named. It has a little bit of a fruity kick. Pair that with the cool cream cheese and you’ve got a real crowd pleaser on your hands.

Cheese Ball with Pineapple and Green Pepper

This recipe comes from MyDearMother and makes an appearance every holiday. Tried and true. Through and through. Best Cheese Ball of my life. 🙂

Turkey Breast of Wonder

Sometime in the future I hope to post a marvelous tutorial where I show you how to brine a turkey and inject it with all kinds of savory seasonings which will produce a turkey so tender and flavorful you will pass out cold on your Thanksgiving kitchen floor. This is my hope. However, I have never actually put a turkey into a brine. Not once in my whole lifetime, but hope to before I die. 🙂 For those of you who are cooking Thanksgiving for a small crowd and don’t need a whole turkey…you might consider this Turkey Breast of Wonder. The turkey is super flavorful, moist, tender and fabulous.

Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

These wonderful Mashed Potatoes can be made a day in advance and then reheated either in the microwave or Crock Pot.

Adams Cranberry Sauce

This is a great recipe for canning Cranberry Sauce. It makes 10 pints, so you can use it throughout the year.

Holiday Crescent Rolls

This is my favorite roll recipe. I especially enjoy making it at Thanksgiving because it makes a whole grundle of rolls (48 to be exact). Perfect for feeding a crowd.

Butterflake Frozen Roll Dough

I created this recipe last year after getting a lot of emails from readers asking how they could have fabulous rolls on Thanksgiving without a lot of fuss. These rolls are made from scratch, the dough is shaped and then frozen. All you need to do on Thanksgiving morning is pop them into a muffin tin 3-5 hours before you are ready to eat so they can rise. Then bake and enjoy!

Grandmas Thanksgiving Stuffing/Dressing

This is my mother in laws recipe for dressing. If you haven’t come across a recipe you enjoy for stuffing, give it a go! It’s very moist and flavorful.

Yams with Sugared Pecans

These creamy yams are have a fabulous sugary pecan topping. Delish!

Yams in Caramel Sauce

This caramel sauce is so good you might want to marry it.
Just giving you fair warning.

Green Salad with Pears, Feta and Cinnamon Walnuts

I love this salad. The combination of sweet pears, salty feta cheese and fragrant walnuts is fabulous.

Raspberry Cream Cheese Pretzel Salad

This salad has a sweet and salty pretzel crust that will knock you to your knees. Truly. 🙂

Classic Pecan Pie

This pie is best made a day in advance.

Creamy Pumpkin Pie

The little leaves you see above are easier to make than you would think.

Easy Coconut Cream Pie

This pie has a wonderful texture. The filling is nice and thick.

French Silk Pie

This pie is sure to please every chocolate lover!

Pumpkin Cheesecake with Caramel Topping

Don’t be intimidated by thoughts of making your own cheesecake. It’s easier than you think!

Chocolate Toffee Cheesecake

This cheesecake can be made by you. Truly it can. 🙂

Blueberry Sour Cream Pie

If I had to choose one slice of pie to eat above all others…it would be this one. Love it to pieces.

Hope you found something to love! Come on back soon. Next week I have a couple of great new recipes for you that will make good use of leftover turkey. See you then. 🙂






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  1. Wow! Yum! Since Thanksgiving is not a holiday where I live, I will just have to try out some of these recipes for Christmas or just for the heck of it. I especially love the Chocolate Toffee Cheesecake.

  2. Perfect timing! I was just in the process of googling good stuffing (or dressing, whatever) recipes. Do you use the bread fresh or stale? Also would it work to leave out the sausage, or does the sausage provide a lot of the flavor? Thanks for your answers in advance.

  3. Thanks for putting all these wonderful recipes in one place. I copied most of them and pinned several to share with my friends and others. Now I have to decide which ones to try first. Every one of your recipes I’ve tried was great and got rave reviews, so it will be hard to pick one or two. I’m not doing the whole dinner this year, but am contributing to the feast at my sister’s house. I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

  4. Every one of your recipes look so delicious & I want to try them all. The ones I’ve tried have been amazing. Such yummy & easy recipes. Your site is absolutely one of the best on the web. Thank you for taking the time to share so many of your wonderful recipes so we can enjoy them also.

  5. I was reading your comments regarding making pie crusts. I am so relieved I’m not the only one with the same problem of getting a pie crust into the pan without ripping or tearing. My mother in law could do such a great job, I never could do, so I gave up and bought the rolled up one’s. I have the same dream, to be able to make my own pie crust without the tearing when putting it into the pie dish.

  6. We are having a Jamie Cooks It Up Thanksgiving feast! We love your blog! I’ve tried about 10 different recipes off your blog and my little family has loved every single thing! Keep the great recipes coming. 😉

  7. made the cranberry dip for my family and had RAVE reviews……everyone said it was soo good and I gave out many recipes to family. Thanks for such a great recipe.