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Thanksgiving Dinner Menu

Our twist on traditional Turkey Day favorites!


Tired of the same ol’ turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie lineup? This year, spice up your menu with new twists on old Turkey Day favorites. These recipes are so good, you might start a new family tradition of your own!

Perfect Turkey

This no-fuss, no-mess recipe is so easy and will leave your turkey deliciously prepared and ready to go for Thanksgiving day. Let it soak overnight and voilà!

Stuffin Muffins

Ditch the corn muffins. Use your favorite stuffing recipe to create these scrumptious, bite-sized noshes.


Trick your kids into eating their vegetables with these sweet potato fries! Just peel, cut and bake!


This corn ain't nothing to laugh about. With bacon thrown into the mix, this veggie mix will disappear quick!

Homemade Cranberry Sauce

What's Thanksgiving without the cranberry sauce? Skip the can and make your own this year. All you need is water, sugar and cranberries!

Festive Fall Garden Salad

Dress up your plate with this crunchy, sweet garden salad. This recipe mixes in fall favorites like apples, walnuts and Gorgonzola cheese crumbles.

Spiced Iced Tea

Vanilla bean, ginger, apple juice concentrate and cinnamon sticks are all ingredients used to make this unsweetened tea pretty sweet.

Pumpkin Cupcakes

Make room to top off your Turkey Day menu with these delicious pumpkin cupcakes—You can't eat just one.


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