We all lead busy lives, so by the time Thanksgiving rolls around it may feel like we have a second job when it comes to making dinner! Here are some quick recipes that are crowd pleasers – plus are easy on time and prep!
Party Poppers – This easy peasy five ingredient recipe is perfect as an appetizer before the big meal. Low carb and gluten-free, they’re almost like fresh jalapeño poppers, but less spicy, and can easily be made the night before to save time.
Creamy Garlic Mushrooms – Who doesn’t love sautéed mushrooms? These super yummy garlic mushrooms only take 10 minutes of prep and 15 minutes of cooking, plus having just a handful of ingredients makes it a perfect last minute side for Thanksgiving.
Turkey Cranberry Sliders – Having a low key Thanksgiving and don’t want to deal with baking an entire turkey? These sliders provide an easy alternative recipe that are sure to be a crowd pleaser – perfect for Friendsgiving potlucks! Only 15 minutes of prep and 25 minutes of cooking time.
Ultimate Green Bean Casserole – It only takes 20 minutes of prep to create this iconic dish that most come to expect around the holidays. You can’t beat the combo of cream of mushroom soup, green beans, and fried onions!
Sweet Potato Casserole – Speaking of casserole, this super yummy sweet potato dish is a must for Thanksgiving. Topped with cinnamon pecans, this dish can be used as a side or dessert, it’s that sweet. This is a classic staple that’s easy to make and a crowd pleaser.
Best Creamy Dreamy Mashed Potatoes – Say goodbye to lumpy mashed potatoes with this decadent dish. Only 20 minutes of prep and around 6 ingredients make this an easy must-have recipe for Thanksgiving this year.
Best Pumpkin Pie Recipe – You can always buy a pre-made pumpkin pie from the grocery store, but if you really want to impress your guests, this no-fail recipe will show you how to make it from scratch. Not exactly last minute, but a fun recipe do with the kids or if you love baking!
Super Juicy No Brine Roast Turkey – If you’re game for roasting a turkey this year, but don’t want the hassle of having to use a brine, check out this recipe that involves champagne and butter. 30 minutes of prep and about 3.5 hours of cooking will create a juicy turkey for your guests.