With Thanksgiving just a few short days away, now is the time to lock in your side dishes for this years feast. Of course, sides like cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole are a Thanksgiving staple. But traditional doesn't have to mean ordinary. This year, surprise your friends and family with simple twists on classic dishes. These recipes are so delicious, you'll be lucky if there's any leftover!
Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry sauce is arguably the red-headed step-sibling of Thanksgiving. In many a home, it's an afterthought. One of those, "oh yeah I guess we need that because it's tradition," sides. Whether you're a fan of homemade or jellied, this Grand Marnier cranberry sauce is sure to be the talk of the table. A splash of Grand Marnier balances the tart cranberries, which are cooked with orange juice and zest, to create a smooth, sweet finish.
Everything bagel & Bacon Stuffing
Hands down, the most dreamy thing about Thanksgiving is stuffing. Soaking up all that delicious gravy and good bits left on your plate is mouthwatering to think about. This year, let your Jersey flag fly with everything bagel and bacon stuffing. It's basically breakfast for dinner, which is the second best kind of dinner (after Thanksgiving), plus you'll get rid of those leftover bagels so you can make room for the 7,000 leftovers you'll have after Thursday! It's a win win win.
Triple Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
It wouldn't be Thanksgiving if you didn't have to loosen your belt to fit that last slice of pie into your belly. If you're someone who always struggles to decide between pumpkin or chocolate cream, why not combine the two from the get go? This triple chocolate pumpkin pie is a party on your plate that is silky smooth, bordering on sinful, and oh-so easy to make.
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