Thanksgiving Recipes

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Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away? Three weeks to be exact but who's counting? We are already getting our menu prepped for the holiday and can't wait to share our favorite recipes with you!


Sweet potatoes |  Some enjoy sweet potatoes baked in a casserole for Thanksgiving. We prefer the traditional baked sweet potato. Here is all you need to do. Preheat the oven to 425°F and use a fork to poke holes in your sweet potato. Place potatoes on the baking sheet and bake for almost an hour until they are soft. Pull the potatoes out of the oven and let cool for a bit then top them with all the fixings. A spoonful of butter, a sprinkle of cinnamon and brown sugar, or even a few marshmallows.


Green bean casserole | The perfect side dish to have on your table during the holidays and this recipe is delicious! We start by crisping up our onions. Cut them into thin slices and toss them in oil, flour salt, and panko. Make sure you coat them well and evenly. Bake the onions until they are golden brown and crispy make sure to toss them every few minutes.

Next, you will blanch fresh your green beans. Cook them in a pot of water for about 5 minutes until barely soft. Place beans in cold water then pat dry. Place your green beans into the bottom of your baking sheet. From there cover your green beans with mushroom soup and top with your crispy onions. Bake for 10-15 minutes and enjoy! 


Candied carrots with walnuts and goat cheese  | this dish is such a treat, it not only is beautiful when presented but tastes amazing. You will need to cook your carrots with olive oil and salt in the oven, place on a baking sheet, and cook at 375°F until you can poke the carrots easily with a fork. Depending on the size of the carrots the time will vary.  While the carrots are cooking you can prep the sauce. This is just one stick of melted butter, a few tablespoons of brown sugar, and a pinch of cinnamon. Once the carrots are cooked drizzle your sauce on the carrots and cover with walnuts continue to cook for about 5 minutes make sure walnuts are covered in sauce to help soften them up. Once everything is tender pull out carrots and place onto a plate. Cover with some additional sauce (you will more than likely not use all of this topping) and then sprinkle carrots with goat cheese crumble. 


We hope that one of our recipes make it to your table this year. We also hope one of our complimentary pies makes it to your table as well, don’t forget to reserve yours. Head on over to social media or click here to reserve!