Recipe Roundup: Our Favorites for Your Thanksgiving
If you are busy putting together your Thanksgiving menu and need some inspiration, we’ve journeyed deep into our archives to gather our absolute favorite recipes to share to save you the trouble. These are the best of our best, crowd-pleasing favorites that you’ll love to share with your family and friends this Thanksgiving.
Cranberry Jalapeño Dip – An easy, make-ahead appetizer that will wow your crowd. Sweet and spicy and absolutely beautiful too.
Flavored Butters – Sweet or savory, these butters can be made in advance and are the perfect pairing for warm rolls.
Glazed Carrots with Feta – A delicious spin on your regular cooked carrots. Not mushy and definitely not boring!
Mashed Cauliflower – A great alternative to mashed potatoes if you’re looking for an alternative to mashed potatoes.
Roasted Parsnip Stuffing – This may be the recipe to finally decide the stuffing debate–delicious!
Spicy Cranberry Chutney – Say goodbye to the jiggly can-shaped cranberry sauce. This sauce adds a perfect zing to your turkey.
Perfect Pie Crust – The ideal canvas for all your favorite fillings. Flaky, buttery and delicious every time.
Ice Cream Pies – A favorite of kids and adults alike, decadent ice cream pies are another make-ahead favorite.
Key Lime Pie – The perfect balance of tart and sweet and creamy.
Brown Bag Apple Pie – The pie of all apple pies, our absolute FAVORITE no-fail, anybody-can-make-this-pie pie.
Banana Pudding – Fluffy, creamy, not-too-heavy, this dessert is delicious and should be made 24 hours in advance.
Basic Cheesecake – A standard recipe to top with your favorite fruit or sauce.
Pumpkin Cheesecake with Maple Cream Sauce – Pumpkin pie meets cheesecakes meets adoring crowds.
Bread Pudding – A comfort food classic. Makes a great breakfast for overnight guests, too.
Peach Tart – If fruit pies are too sweet for you, this tart is like a gift.
Do you have a favorite Mrs. Fields recipe? Let us know!