6 Thankgiving Recipes From Our Favorite Food Bloggers

Dated: 11/05/2017

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             6 Thanksgiving Recipes From Our Favorite Food Bloggers

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We're less than one week away from the big (turkey) day, and we're still prowling the Internet for last-minute inspiration and recipes to cook for Thanksgiving. Do you have your menu planned yet? If not, consider the following from our favorite food bloggers this week. We've got everything from dinner rolls stuffed with stuffing to Thanksgiving-appropriate margaritas. Read on for the recipes:

Baked Pumpkin, Cranberry, and Raspberry Oatmeal with Vanilla Creme Fraiche from Adventures in Cooking


Photo via @evakosmasflores

We told you a couple days ago how much we loved baked oatmeal. Eva's version combines all of our favorite Thanksgiving desserts into one giant nutritious breakfast bake. Feed this to yor houseguests to hold them over until the turkey dinner.

Miso Butter Mashed Potatoes from I Am a Food Blog


Photo via @iamafoodblog

We're always looking for ways to jazz up our spuds. Here, the sliced scallions add texture and the miso butter adds an umami flavor that gives them a cheesy quality without the need for cheese.

Maple-Brown Butter Sweet Potato Casserole with Thyme Marshmallows AND Thanksgiving Stuffing Dinner Rolls from Two Red Bowls


Photo via @tworedbowls

While some of you may think marshmallows on your sweet potatoes is unnecessary, we beg to differ when said marshmallows are infused with thyme and the sweet potatoes are drowned in maple and brown butter. Now, let's talk about these stuffing-stuffed dinner rolls. Actually what is there to say about them other than GENIUS.

Italian Rainbow Cookie Cake from My Name is Yeh


Photo via @mynameisyeh

Would anyone be upset if we abandoned all traditional Thanksgiving desserts for Molly's layer-cake interpretation of Italian rainbow cookies? Hope not. It's happening.

Spiced Apple Margaritas from Cookie and Kate


Image via Cookie and Kate

Tequila on Thanksgiving? Sure, why not? After all, reposado tequila is aged in oak barrels, so like whiskey, it pairs perfectly with apple cider and the honey simple syrup.

Celery Root Stuffing with Roasted Meyer Lemon from Brooklyn Supper


Photo via Brooklyn Supper

Sausage and carb-laden stuffings can get heavy, especially given everything else on your holiday table. That's why this light, herby and lemony version speaks to us so much. Crispy sourdough, celery root and roasted Meyer lemons give this stuffing all the flavor it needs, and it won't leave you feeling too heavy to ask for seconds.

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