Thanksgiving Recipe Round Up!

Check out what Austin Food Bloggers love to share with family and friends around the Thanksgiving table in this recipe round up.

Get a head start on the big day with Jessica’s No-Knead Dinner Rolls and Pumpkin Cream Pie. For a lighter version of sweet potato try Lee’s Sweet Potato Ginger Soufflé, mix and pour into your baking dish then cover with plastic wrap and hold it in the fridge until 2 hours before dinner. Take it out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature for an hour, then bake.

No-Knead Dinner Rolls

Pumpkin Cream Pie

For the vegans in the house we have a Spicy Purple and Sweet Potato Gratin, Roasted Sesame Green Beans, and butternut squash either roasted with cinnamon or as part of a warm couscous salad.

Spicy Purple and Sweet Potato Gratin

Warm Couscous Salad

Get your greens with this Miso Glazed Brussel Sprout dish by Stephanie.

 

Miso Glazed Brussel Sprout

Julia recreated Emeril Lagasse’s Spicy Sausage Stuffing for something different on her family’s table.

Spicy Sausage Stuffing

Don’t forget the star of the show, a Spiced-Rubbed Turkey by Melissa, Apple Sage Chicken a sweet-savory bird , or Sous Vide style turkey in this how-to by Melody.

Spiced-Rubbed Turkey

Top off the feast with a twist on pumpkin pie with Pumpkin Crepes. There’s a few more ideas for you in this Thanksgiving potluck  collection featuring recipes by Aneelee, Beyond Picket Fences, Girl Eats World, Notes from Maggie’s Farm, South Austin Foodie, and The Kid Can Cook.

Pumpkin Crepes

Happy Thanksgiving!
-Heather Santos, Midnite Chef

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  1. Great idea for a post, Heather!

  2. Norman says:

    Goodness me, this food looks AMAZING! And a lovely collection to have at this time of year.

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