I think I say something similar to this at each holiday, but gracious, how is Thanksgiving?! I feel like this holiday has really snuck up on me. I am just now beginning to figure out my recipes that I plan to make. And since I am now a “food blogger” everyone has really high expectations.
This year I am making a Thanksgiving Day breakfast for one family and chipping in on lunch with another family. S0, I’ve been combing the internet for some new ideas and recipes and I have come up with some that I think you will really enjoy and will really impress the kinfolk. Some of these recipes are gorgeous so be sure to click over to take a peek. Some of these recipes are once a year indulgences and some are on the healthy side. Either way I think you’ll find real inspirations for your own Thanksgiving meal.
Gingerbread Crepes with Eggnog Whipped Cream
Pumpkin Pie Waffles
Cranberry Orange Bread Pudding
Pumpkin French Toast
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Crepes
Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Muffins with Candied Bacon
Main Course and Veggies
Easy Roasted Turkey with Herb Butter
Gluten Free Green Bean Casserole
Roasted Green Beans with Cranberries and Walnuts
Chipotle Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Pumpkin and Potato Patty Cakes
Cheesy Skillet Scalloped Corn
Sausage Fig and Cranberry Stuffing
Velvet Spice Cake with Candied Pumpkin Seeds (Super Cute)
Thanksgiving Cookies (The kids will love)
Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie with Coconut Crust and Pecan Praline Topping
Apple Pie Cookies
Coconut Pecan Pie
Black Bottom Maple Pumpkin Pie
Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes
Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes
Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole (This is my all time favorite holiday recipe)
Cranberry Turkey Enchiladas
Leftover Cranberry Sauce Muffins
If you know of a great Thanksgiving recipe online leave a comment and share your fabulous find with us.
And to close, I’d like to offer my thanks. There have been many of you out there that have supported my whacky blogging adventure. My husband who has eaten many meals and offered an honest critique. He has waited patiently while I prepare a never ending dinner and then proceed to take 100 pictures of it. He has been my biggest cheerleader and shared my recipes with all his friends.
The rest of my family has been great as well in helping spread the word and letting me air their dirty laundry on my very public blog. I don’t mean to tell other people’s stories so often, they just seem more interesting than my own! But, everyone has been so kind in sharing my site across Pinterest, Facebook, and just word of mouth. I’d also like to thank my sister for calling me every morning to notify me of my grammatical errors. She’s should really be the writer of the family.
And I’d also like to thank you, oh faithful reader. I’ve been blogging for almost a year now and have managed to draw in a nice little crowd. You guys have come back again and again and shared the things you like with your friends. You’ve left encouraging comments and messaged me on Facebook. I never would have imagined how quickly my little online family could have grown. In fact, within the last 30 days, I’ve had visitors from over 50 countries (Countries from Australia to Latvia to Saudi Arabia, all the way to Venezuela). It kind of leaves me breathless to know that the love of food and the love of family is shared across all boundaries.
So I hope as the season continues and things get busier you’ll continue to stop by for a few recipes and stories and share some of yours with me.