Recipes to be thankful for this year

Posted by Bartlett Real Estate Group on Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 at 3:57pm.

Thanksgiving is finally here and the stress of meal planning and cooking can be daunting. Take a break from grandma’s cookbook and try something new this Thanksgiving meal. Here are a few easy recipes to follow to win over your family and guests this holiday!

Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts- Growing up I always hid my brussle sprouts in my napkins or under my uneaten food. These days I can’t get enough of them. Now I have found the perfect way to “hide” my brussles sprouts. Wrapped up in a juicy piece of bacon! Check out this amazing recipe

Honey Roasted Butternut Squash with Cranberries and Feta- This side dish is perfect for your Thanksgiving feast! It’s sweet, savory, and full of fall colors and flavors. 

Waffle Iron Winter Squash with Chipotle Maple Glaze- A perfect Thanksgiving side dish that doesn’t take up oven space- what more could you want? Check out the delicious recipe here

 Green Bean Casserole with Onion Rings- Thanksgiving meal can get repetitive every year with the same basic plates. Make your feast one to remember with this delicious side dish that adds a unique twist to the thanksgiving basics.

 Pecan Pie Truffles- A sweet twist to Thanksgiving pie are these mouth watering pecan pie truffles. Dessert is a must after a big holiday meal, use this recipe and wow guests with your unique twist to the traditional dessert.

 

Cranberry Walnut Bread-  Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple but can always be a hit or miss with guests. So instead of making it and having it be uneaten, put those uneaten cranberries to some use in this delicious cranberry walnut bread.

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