Best 5 Thanksgiving Recipes

by in Holidays, Recipes, November 3rd, 2011

southern stuffing
With so many Thanksgiving recipes to choose from, it can be deliciously difficult to pick out the ultimate, tried-and-true ones for this most important of food holidays. We’ve compiled a menu of our five best-ever Thanksgiving recipes, featuring traditional supper staples such as roast turkey and sweet potatoes, so set the table and serve up this classic holiday feast.

5. Traditional Southern Deviled Eggs — Light yet satisfying, these two-bite appetizers won’t fill up your guests before the turkey is carved.

4. Pumpkin Cheesecake — With an easy graham-cracker crust and pumpkin-cream cheese filling laced with ground nutmeg, clove and cinnamon, Paula’s down-home cheesecake is a favorite finish to any Thanksgiving dinner.

3. Stuffed Sweet Potatoes With Pecan and Marshmallow Streusel — Tyler stuffs his golden sweet potatoes (pictured above) with a simple streusel, featuring warm cinnamon and brown sugar, crunchy toasted pecan pieces and decadent mini marshmallows.

2. Southern Cornbread Stuffing — Paula uses oven-dried white bread, saltine crackers and crumbly cornbread made with creamy buttermilk to add texture and a full flavor to her traditional Southern side dish.

1. Good Eats Roast Turkey — With a 5-star rating and more than 3,400 user reviews, Alton’s no-fail bird is our most popular turkey recipe.

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Comments (15)

  1. kevin says:

    looks cool

  2. patricia barrett says:

    thos stuffed sweet potatoes look really good, i really want some new ideas for thanksgiving breakfast any help

  3. FoodLover says:

    Patricia….try Giada's Spinach and Pancetta Strata…it's really easy and so good! Plus, because it is made in a large baking pan, it's very easy to serve this buffet style.

    Also, Paula has an incredible recipe for what she calls Granite City Coffee Cake…I think that it is. The recipe calls for using refrigerated biscuits and it is easy and REALLY good! I get requests to make this everytime we have overnight guests.

  4. This looks like just what I’m in the mood for! Thanks for sharing!

  5. @trbelow says:

    Sam – Guy Fieri has a contract with food network which means that his presence will never be "limited" until his contract says so.
    This is about Thanksgiving and food network – not about whether you like one of the food network chef's opinions on something everyone is entitled to.
    Please save your complaints for some other website that isn't concerned about the sharing of recipes, thank you.

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