If you ask us, fall desserts are always in season. But these served-warm treats -- boasting pumpkin, chocolate, apple, and more -- are just right for a crisp autumn night. Whether the leaves are starting to turn or not, one (or two!) of these cozy desserts is sure to hit the spot.View Slideshow
Whether you're scooping up a side of green bean casserole or munching on a crisp green bean salad, green beans add classic flavor, color, and nutrients to your meal. Change up your usual green bean routine with some of our fresh green bean recipes -- you won't be disappointed!View Slideshow
Autumn's colorful bounty of foliage and produce is the first place we look when decorating for fall. Made with (or inspired by) bittersweet, cornhusks, apples, twigs, and other natural adornments and textures, these door wreaths are perfect for welcoming the season.View Slideshow
Craft these easy place cards and napkins rings to designate spots at the Thanksgiving dinner table. We've also got bonus kids' table Thanksgiving decorations at the end of the slideshow!View Slideshow
Overwhelmed with Thanksgiving dinner preparations? Get a head start by making delicious and easy appetizer recipes now. By doing a little cooking ahead of time, you can avoid the hassle on Thanksgiving Day. Our make-ahead appetizers include recipes that can be prepared the day before or up to six months ahead of the holiday.View Slideshow
From easy appetizers to beautiful desserts, these Thanksgiving recipes from Sara Foster are filled with make-ahead tips and timesaving ideas.
Sweetened condensed milk and melted butter are the keys to making this nutmeg-, cinnamon-, and ginger-spiced pumpkin pie extra luxurious.
Timesaving Tip: This pie can be made up to two days ahead and refrigerated until it's time to serve.
Timesaving Tip: Don't overcook; fresh turkeys cook faster than frozen, and the meat will be pinkish in color rather than brown.
With this recipe, simple is truly best. All that's needed are potatoes, butter, buttermilk, sea salt, and freshly ground pepper.
Timesaving Tip: Cook, cover, and refrigerate potatoes up to one day. To proceed with the recipe, drain off most of the water. Reheat the covered potatoes over medium heat, drain again, then follow recipe.
Toss Granny Smith apple, turnip, beet, and carrot matchsticks with a light citrus vinaigrette that can be made up to three days in advance.
Timesaving Tip: Prepare, cover, and refrigerate the dressing for up to three days. Cut vegetables, then cover and store each vegetable separately, up to a day.
Timesaving Tip: The challah bread may be cubed and stored in an airtight container one day before assembling dressing. The corn bread recipe can be made ahead and frozen.
Nestle balls of dough into muffin tins and then brush with melted butter before baking for warm, feathery-sweet rolls your crowd will love.
Timesaving Tip: The baked rolls can be frozen. Before serving, thaw first, and then wrap rolls in foil. Warm rolls in a 350°F oven about 15 minutes or until heated through.
Hot milk and cream are infused with vanilla bean, combined with sugar and eggs, and then chilled in this tasty twist on eggnog.
Timesaving Tip: To cool custard quickly, place the pan with custard into a sink of ice water for one to two minutes, stirring constantly.
This modern spin on the classic Thanksgiving casserole features fresh button mushrooms, a hint of nutmeg, and fried shallot rings.
Timesaving Tip: Bake and refrigerate the un-topped green bean mixture one day ahead. Fry shallots up to two days ahead; store in an airtight container at room temperature. Reheat the green beans, covered, until heated through, and then top with crispy shallots in the last five minutes.
A sweet mixture of apricots, bourbon, sweet potatoes, and spices fill these delightful fall turnovers.
Timesaving Tip: After cooling, wrap and refrigerate pies up to three days. Or wrap, label, and freeze pies up to one month. Unwrap and thaw the frozen pies at room temperature before serving.