Recipes to be Thankful for this Year

All of this cold weather can only mean one thing- Thanksgiving is right around the corner! This holiday is meant to be spent being thankful and having fun, not stressing over the menu! Here are a few recipes to have a delicious and simple Thanksgiving to remember.

1. Rosemary Apricot Glazed Turkey

Let’s start with a variation of everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving entree. The savory meat will compliment your other dishes perfectly with just the right blend of flavors. This new spin on an old classic is easy to make and tasty to eat. All of your guests will be asking for the recipe by the end of the meal!


2. Bacon-Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites

Hungry guests waiting on dinner? Problem solved! This scrumptious appetizer will keep everyone happy. And not to mention, it’s delicious to munch on all year long.


3. Make-Ahead Green Bean Casserole

A true Thanksgiving meal is never complete without veggies! This green bean casserole is so yummy that even the kids will love it. And the best part about this recipe? You can make it ahead! Save yourself some time on the big day by fixing this dish for your guests.


4. Mom’s Macaroni and Cheese

Because who doesn’t love macaroni and cheese? This classic dish tastes like home and will take you back to your childhood. After tasting the cheesy flavor and breadcrumbs of this recipe, you’ll never want out of the box mac n cheese ever again.


5. Cranberry Cherry Pie

Of course we couldn’t forget dessert! This delicious pie is a substitute for the classic pumpkin and apple recipes. It’s fruity, fresh, and sweet. It is sure to not disappoint.


After the Meal is Prepared

Congratulations! You’ve gotten through the hard part. Now it’s time to be thankful and have fun. Play some fun Thanksgiving themed games with your guests, like pin the feather on the turkey and Turkey bowling.

Don’t forget to take pictures of your family’s special holiday and save those priceless memories on your Picture Keeper. Keep your Thanksgiving photos safe and secure for years to come. Happy Holidays from us to you!