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Thanksgiving Recipes

Find all the recipes you need for your Thanksgiving feast with our collection of side dishes, menus, and desserts.

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Pumpkin Streusel Muffins | You can also make these muffins into loaves! Spoon batter into 2 greased 8- x 4-inch loaf pans, and bake 55 minutes.

Pumpkin Streusel Muffins
  • The Home Acre

    These are amazing! I made and froze them for quick workday breakfasts!

Black Bottom Pumpkin Pie | With a moist, crumbly crust and a decadent, creamy filling, it's hard to say no to seconds of this pie.

Black Bottom Pumpkin Pie

Roasted Root Vegetables with Cider Glaze | "A dear friend and great chef, Matthew Wendell, made these rustic vegetables for us while we lived in the White House. They have become a staple at our Thanksgiving because of the simplicity and purity of the dish." —Editor-at-large Jenna Bush Hager

Roasted Root Vegetables with Cider Glaze

Cheese Cracker-Topped Squash Casserole | "We have a hard time getting our grandson to eat a vegetable. He loves Goldfish crackers, so I came up with this recipe. You can sub any type of crackers," says SL reader Gerri Ellis, of Hazelhurst, MS, whose recipe inspired this dish.

Cheese Cracker-Topped Squash Casserole

Cheesy Broccoli-and-Rice Casserole | "The old-school version of this recipe uses canned soup and often calls for frozen broccoli. My new twist is made with fresh, wholesome ingredients. It takes just a smidgen of more time, but the results are absolutely extra-ordinary." —Contributing editor Virginia Willis, author of the forthcoming Lighten Up, Y'all

Cheesy Broccoli-and-Rice Casserole
  • Pamela Shearer

    My mother made this alot when i was growing up. Plus a cheese rice and chicken recipe with corn flakes on top

New-School Cranberry Salad | We were so inspired by Old-School Cranberry Salad that we created a new version using fresh oranges and pineapple in place of canned and subbing dried cherries for maraschinos.

New-School Cranberry Salad

Old-School Cranberry Salad | "My cranberry salad has become a staple at our Thanksgiving table because of its beautiful color, taste, and texture. I started adding the maraschino cherries to temper the tartness of the cranberries. The other fruits were added to satisfy family members' tastes. This recipe has a lot of flexibility, and that's why I love it so much." —SL reader Shawn Jackson, Fishers, IN

Old-School Cranberry Salad

There's something for everyone in this special collection of Thanksgiving side dish recipes. Find familiar favorites, along with tempting new creations to try on your Thanksgiving menu.

93 Spectacular Thanksgiving Sides

Green Beans with Citrus and Pecans | A citrus vinaigrette adds fresh zing to crisp-tender green beans.

Green Beans with Citrus and Pecans

Pumpkin-Pecan Cheesecake | Combine your favorite Thanksgiving desserts into one delicious cheesecake! A sweet Praline Topping sends this dessert over the edge.

Splurge-Worthy Thanksgiving Desserts

Pumpkin Cheesecake | We use a mix of chocolate and cinnamon graham cracker crumbs here to give the crust a dark color with notes of chocolate and a little spice. You can choose one or the other, so long as you use 1½ cups total.

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Slow-Cooker Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes | Fresh Cranberry Sauce and Green Bean Casserole are a snap to make in the slow cooker.

Green Bean Casserole and Cranberry Sauce

Squash Casserole Recipe | Why limit French fried onions to green bean casserole? We love them on this cheesy squash casserole, too.

Squash Casserole

Balsamic Green Beans Recipe | Enjoy the crunch from crispy fried shallots, crumbled bacon, and coarsely chopped roasted almonds on top.

Balsamic Green Beans

Wild Rice with Mushrooms Recipe | Dress up a package of long-grain and wild rice mix with the addition of fresh mushrooms and Marsala. It will be a guaranteed hit on your Thanksgiving table.

Wild Rice with Mushrooms

Sliced Sweet Potato Pie | We love the layered look of this ever-so-sweet streusel-topped treat. It is the perfect addition to any Thanksgiving menu.

Sliced Sweet Potato Pie

Mocha-Espresso Cream Pie | This pie is a chocolate-lover's dream. A crunchy cookie crust is filled with a decadent chocolate filling before being topped off with Coffee Whipped Cream.

Mocha-Espresso Cream Pie

Herbed Potato Flake Rolls | Like magic, packaged potato flakes give these fluffy beauties a lighter-than-air texture that makes them perfect for sopping up gravy. Trust us, they go fast.

Herbed Potato Flake Rolls

Sweet Potato Casserole | We couldn't decide which topping we liked best—the candy-sweet crunch of crushed cornflakes and pecans or the toasted marshmallows. The solution? Add them both!

Sweet Potato Casserole

Deep Fried Thanksgiving Dressing #deepfriedfriday

Deep Fried Friday: Thanksgiving Dressing

Carrot, Apple, and Ginger Soup | Sweet carrots go together perfectly with citrusy apple and ginger spice to make a warm, satisfying dish. |

101 Crisp & Juicy Apple Recipes

Roasted Cauliflower-and-Garlic Soup | Roasting cauliflower brings out a delicious nutty flavor and gives the soup a gorgeous silky texture.

Roasted Cauliflower-and-Garlic Soup

Tennessee Whiskey-Pecan Pie | We love the combination of pecans and smoky-sweet bourbon in the thick, rich pie filling. For a booze-free pie, substitute apple juice for the whiskey in the filling, and serve with plain sweetened whipped cream or enjoy it without.

Tennessee Whiskey-Pecan Pie

Apple, Pear, and Cranberry Pie | Use slightly firm pears and crisp, tart apples here to achieve the best texture in the filling, and let this mountainous pie cool and settle for at least two hours before serving.

Apple, Pear, and Cranberry Pie

Butterscotch Meringue Pie with Pecan Crust | We won't revoke your pie credentials if you use a purchased piecrust in this recipe, but we love the way the homemade crust's earthy flavor elevates the caramel filling so much that we recommend you give it a try.

Butterscotch Meringue Pie with Pecan Crust