Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up

Roasted Sweet Potato with Smokey Eggplant Dip + Cherry Chutney

Hi friends and welcome to the first ever Earthy Feast recipe roundup! I finally have enough recipes in the archives for a Thanksgiving feast!  Unfortunately, (blame it on my german parents) I don’t have family recipes to classic dishes like green bean casserole. Bummer. But to make up for that I’ve scoured the web high and low to bring you the best, most amazing recipes of the season! Some have become tried and true favorites over the years, others I’m so excited to try for the first time.

Wild Rice Salad with Pomegranate & Pine Nuts

We make this wild rice salad every year, everyone loves it! Oh and the sweet potatoes up top would be so pretty topped with pomegranate (in place of cherries) to celebrate the season.

Fall Harvest Salad with Mustard Seed Vinaigrette Kale Salad with Brown Butter Breadcrumbs Pumpkin Pot Pie

This pumpkin pot pie is an Earthy Feast fan-favorite!

Apple Cake with Rum Glaze Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut Cake

Flourless chocolate hazelnut cake for your gluten-free friends. So light and fluffy with a delicate crumb that pretty much melts in your mouth.

 

Ok, I hope I don’t #breaktheinternet with this boatload of links! So many yummy looking (vegetarian!) dishes – there’s no way I could narrow this list down.

Here goes!

 

Sips

I want to start the day double fisting this pretty pumpkin chai latte with this spiced coffee.

Then clink glasses filled to the brim with this lovely pear, ginger champagne cocktail.

 

Starters

Party nuts are always a must! I’m obsessed with these rosemary almonds.

Gah, the color of this golden beet soup is just too pretty!

I can’t wait to nibble on these caramelized pear, brie and honey tartines.

Mushroom pâté has my heart and this one looks perfect.

Southern holiday soirées aren’t complete without deviled eggs!

Cute little mushrooms stuffed in even cuter tarts.

I made this last year and my family literally pulled/tore it apart. So good.

 

Salads

So many goodies everywhere and I really just want to shove my face into a big bowl of this.

and this.

I could eat this salad all season long.

A festive burst of bright freshness will light up your table.

Or keep the salad simple – a mustard vinaigrette like this one is my goto way to dress up greens.

 

Sides & Savories

Fried honey garlic delicata – get in my mouth now please!

Mashed potatoes, yay!

Make these if you’re feeling virtuous.

A fermented twist to the classic side dish!

I always thought this would make the most beautiful and edible centerpiece. 

I made this potato gratin last year and it’s already been requested again, ugh… too good.

This gratin is really good too and I think it may count as eating a vegetable.

Speaking of eating veggies – this hearty loaf will satisfy your most adamant carnivorous family member.

This shepherds pie should also do the trick.

Condensed cream of mushroom casserole whaaa? This looks way better than that stuff. 

Stuffing, dressing – whatever you want to call it, I made this last year and everyone loved it!

Another dish I could eat all season long, like every single day.

All the fancy dishes on the table don’t hold a candle to the simple roasted veg.

Stuffing a squash is way more fun than stuffing a bird, just sayin’. I can’t decide between this one or this one.

You can’t have Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce and don’t forget the gravy.

But wait, you need a vehicle to mop up all that yummy saucy stuff on your plate – Parker House Rolls to the rescue!

 

Sweets

I can’t decide what’s cuter, Molly’s face or these parfaits.

I’ve been dreaming about this frangipane tart since the day this post went live.

Pumpkin tarts or cranberry tarts? – better just make them both.

My coworker brought this to our annual potluck party, not a crumb was left behind.

Cardamom is one of my favorite spices, so pretty much obsessed with this cake.

These would be perfect with my latte in the morning,  with a side of these, of course.

Vegan chocolate chip pumpkin muffins to make with the kiddos, or make these if you’re feeling gutsy.

Rye + pumpkin + chocolate = love.

What dreams are made of.

But really just give me all the chocolate things.

5 Responses to “Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up”

  1. Warm Vanilla Sugar

    This has got to be the best round up I’ve seen. There are so many yummy recipes here! I’m dying to try your wild rice salad – absolutely delicious looking. And that potato gratin you linked to? OMG!

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  2. Em @ the pig & quill

    I am, like, way WAAAAAAAY late to the party on this one, but many congrats in your first roundup! So many good eats just from your site alone — and about a billion others I want to make immediately. (Ok, truth: I want someone else to make them for me immediately. #badfoodblogger) Thanks for chucking my delicata in there! It’s a tasty one! 🙂

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