A classic Thanksgiving dinner usually consist of a turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and more. The classics are delicious, but what if you are tired of the old, don’t like turkey, or are vegetarian? We thought Thanksgiving could use a little spicing up, so we collect some recipes to try this year. These recipes add more flavor to normal dishes and give some alternatives to the classic turkey and pumpkin pie.
If you are getting bored with your classic mashed potato recipe, this one has a lot of flavor and is vegan. This side dish will also add some more color to your Thanksgiving Day table.
These pinwheels make a great appetizer or alternative to regular biscuits. They also add some pumpkin flavor to your main table rather than just waiting for dessert.
Having both cornbread and stuffing sounds great, but do you have the time to make both? If not, or if you just want to try something new this recipe perfectly combines the two side dishes.
Not everyone is a fan of turkey, and that’s okay. This beef tenderloin dishes makes a great alternative. It has a creamy red wine sauce that helps keep the beef juice. If you can’t make it on Thanksgiving any other day will do too.
This chicken dish is delicious and does not require a lot of ingredients or time to make. This could be a good addition to the table if you find yourself with some picky eaters.
This main dish makes a great vegetarian main course if you want to skip the tofurkey this year. As good as tofurkey can be, its nice to mix things up.
Pumpkin Pie may be delicious, but sometimes you just want something different. With this recipe you keep the pumpkin flavor on your dessert table while not being overwhelmed with pies.
This recipe is perfect if you need to make a lot of apple pie. You make more pie, and can cut smaller pieces.
Some people already top their sweet potato casserole with marshmallows, but this dessert gives them a sweeter twist, and a graham cracker crust.