This easy Thanksgiving stuffing doesn't need an oven. It cooks to perfection in 3 to 4 hours in your slow cooker. Chestnuts, mushrooms, and bacon add savory flavor.
We've added a refreshing kick of mint and ginger to arugula and topped it with chopped fresh cranberries for this refreshing Thanksgiving salad.
Slices of Brie cheese-topped toast accompany a spinach-based Thanksgiving salad topped with creamy cranberry dressing.
Cream and green vegetables are a delicious pair, think creamed spinach. Brussels sprouts take equally well to the treatment, especially with bacon and cracked black pepper.
If you've never cooked kale before, roasting it is an easy way to ensure it cooks evenly and becomes tender. The balsamic-glazed onions go in just before serving.
You'll take home an empty dish if you bring these. Switch things up with this take on the classic sweet potato casserole: This one has parsnips and carrots. Because it can be made ahead of time and serves 12, try it for a Thanksgiving potluck.
For an extra-fresh and flavorful Thanksgiving salad, toss persimmons, pomegranate seeds, pine nuts, olive oil, and cilantro in lime juice.
Cheddar and bacon are a match made in heaven in this Thanksgiving side dish. Using cheese and buttermilk makes these mashed potatoes extra creamy.
Here's a great idea for holiday potlucks. Marinate and tote chopped vegetables in separate resealable plastic bags. Arrange them in rows on a platter just before serving. We think it's a beautiful approach to the Thanksgiving salad!
Even a rich dish such as potato gratin can be lightened by using nonfat milk and goat cheese; we've kept it robust with caramelized leeks and garlic.
This fresh Thanksgiving side dish combines healthful fruits and vegetables with long grain rice. Plus, you can easily transport it in a bowl.
A fun twist on traditional stuffing, these muffins are easy to transport, making them the ideal Thanksgiving potluck recipe.
Dressing (the South's version of stuffing) stars hearty crumbled corn bread rather than white bread cubes. Bake this flavorful recipe in a casserole dish for fuss-free travel.
This nutmeg-spiced, stove top Thanksgiving stuffing recipe features brown rice and lots of vegetables.
In charge of bringing the traditional stuffing? This bread stuffing recipe uses the familiar flavors of pork chops and applesauce in a new way via sausage and chopped apples.
Featuring sweet roasted chickpeas, this Thanksgiving potluck-ready recipe easily serves eight and can be made in a Dutch oven. It's packed with seasonal flavor: turkey, apples, citrus, and cranberries.
If you're planning to contribute the turkey this year, try this turkey breast recipe that's fancy enough for the holiday but travels well.
Another option for when you're in charge of the turkey but you have to transport it: Try split-roasting then carving it beforehand. The split-roasting technique allows this citrusy, herby bird to cook much faster than usual.
This yummy mix of both fresh and dried cranberries, pomegranate juice, and orange zest makes 10 side dish servings. Talk about Thanksgiving potluck recipes for a crowd!
A lattice-top crust gives these easy-to-make holiday tarts a fancy pastry shop-look. Serve it with a scoop of cinnamon or vanilla ice cream.
Two classic desserts—pumpkin pie and cheesecake—combine to create a special holiday treat. A crisp graham cracker crust and a chocolate layer take these decadent bars to the next level.
A sticky-sweet butterscotch glaze, cranberries, and orange slices top this dense chocolate Thanksgiving cake.
A luscious cream cheese frosting tops these cinnamon-spiced Thanksgiving cupcakes. Orange zest makes a simple garnish.
Yes, you heard that right. For a batch of no-fail holiday pies, have you ever thought about using your slow cooker? Serve this dazzling apple-blackberry version with a streusel topping and vanilla ice cream for maximum gooey goodness.
These tender shortbread cookie sandwiches feature a creamy vanilla filling and rich hot fudge topping.
We're saying yes to Thanksgiving cupcakes. Just look at this adorable turkey! Learn how to make this cute cupcake and six other fall designs to bring to your next party.
Thanksgiving cake, you say? Two treasured recipes come together for a light cheesecake that tastes like pumpkin pie. A tangy cranberry topping takes it to the next level of seasonal flair.