tgiving roundup collage

Let’s talk about turkey and stuffing and cranberries and sweet potatoes and pie. Oh, and rolls.

You’re going to be making some in…oh, just about three weeks.

Um, what?! Crap, how did that happen...

Yep, time flies while we’re having fun, my friends. Luckily for you, I’ve been thinking ahead a bit, and compiled a list of over 50 Thanksgiving recipes from some of the best blogs around. So whether you are already planning your Thanksgiving menu or hiding your head in the sand like an ostrich until November 26, looking for all new recipes or just wanting to spice up some family favorites, this is your list for drool-worthy recipes that your family will love.


sarcastic cook sangria


sarcastic cooking - goat cheese crostini


Two peas and their pod - chopped brussels salad

roasted root - roasted veggie salad

Main Dishes:

oh my veggies acorn squash rings

Bakeaholic mama- turkey cutlets


baker chick butternut risotto

rachel cooks cauliflower potato bake


girl v dough cranberry twists



love and olive oil chocolate pumpkin pie




  1. Fabulous roundup, lady! Why can’t it be Thanksgiving once a month, every month? Like a Thanksgiving version of the movie Groundhogs Day? So many wonderful recipes, so little time. Thank you so much for including my pound cake!!

  2. Oh my gosh. Those stuffed turkey breasts with the pumpkin brie sauce and cranberry sound incredible!!! We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here but this list has heaps of wonderful food that I’d happily eat at any time of the year. Thanks for putting this list of links together Stephie. Yum. Happy Thanksgiving! xx

  3. I love Thanksgiving meals (especially since it’s also my birthday-time!), and the traditional ones that I remember as a child are my favorite – my grandmother always made yummy brussels sprouts with chestnuts and bacon, and a beautiful turkey. My grandfather would make lumpy mashed potatoes that were so creamy and rich, you didn’t even need the (delicious) turkey gravy. Even when my family moved to the South, Mom always got the recipes from her mom and made them for us. Now that it’s my turn to host and make Thanksgiving dinner for my parents and sister, I can’t wait to bring out the recipes I grew up with. I am adding a new variation on pumpkin pie, and Mom is making her “famous” cranberry jello salad (sounds crazy, but is AMAZING on turkey and with a little whipped cream for a refreshing dessert), but the memories that come with the tradition are my favorite.

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