Thanksgiving Recipe Throwback: Part 2

Posted November 22, 2016 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in Holidays / 0 Comments

 

Lunch table / salad

 

A couple years ago, I did a roundup of all my previous dishes that I thought would make perfect Thanksgiving recipes. But since then, I’ve made a lot more, so I decided to write a post with an updated list!

The recipes below all feature classic autumn/Thanksgiving flavors with a bit of a unique twist. To me, that’s always really important when making a dish to pass for a family function.

If your family’s anything like mine, most relatives have a specific dish they’re known for, which they bring to most holidays. This means most classic foods are covered, which can pose a challenge for us young folks who are just getting into the dish-to-pass game. I don’t want to bring the same thing as someone else, but I also want the dish I DO bring to make sense. My solution is to make something that fits the expected flavor profile but isn’t on the list of expected classics. And that’s where these beauteous recipes come in! 🙂

 

Our Latest Thanksgiving Recipes!

 

Ariadne Oliver’s Homemade Applesauce
Ariadne Oliver’s Homemade Applesauce

 

 

Milady de Winter's Soup
Milady de Winter’s Soup

 

 

Hannah's Muffs: Sweet Potato Apple Bacon Turnovers
Hannah’s Muffs: Sweet Potato Apple Bacon Turnovers

 

 

Abnegation Peapod Fries
Abnegation Pea Pod Fries

 

 

Cranberry Pecan Cheese Bites
Cranberry Pecan Cheese Bites

 

 

Herbed Focaccia with Green Onion Parmesan Butter
Herbed Focaccia with Green Onion Parmesan Butter

 

 

Amity's Autumn Apple Salad
Amity’s Autumn Apple Salad

 

 

Coffee Muffins with Maple Butter
Coffee Muffins with Maple Butter

 

 

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Baked Apples

 

 

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Arctic Trail Bourbon Baked Beans

 

 

Have a Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

 

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