AH Thanksgiving Dinner Recipe Ideas
We love the holidays – and we love them THAT much more when they’re especially tasty. Browse through some of our old-favorite recipes and new ideas from Chef Kenzie Osborne to make your thanksgiving dinner one to remember…
Use our Grain-Free Waffle recipe to prepare your favorite stuffing. Crumble or chop cooked Grain-Free Waffles to use in place of bread or breadcrumbs in your stuffing recipe.
Asparagus with Almonds and Herbs
Mix asparagus with olive oil, slivered almonds, and your favorite dried herbs (recommended: thyme). Season with salt and pepper. Lay in a single layer on a roasting pan and roast at 425°F for 10-15 minutes, or until the asparagus is tender and almonds are toasted. OPTIONAL: Add sliced onion and minced garlic to the mix!
Crispy Tahini Cauliflower Bites
Prepare our “Crispy Tahini Cauliflower Bites” recipe (HERE>>), replacing tahini with almond butter. If in Phase 2, add some dried cranberries BEFORE roasting for a delicious, fruity twist.
Sautéed Apples with Whipped Yogurt
Sauté apples in butter and cinnamon. While cooking, whip together Greek yogurt and whipping cream (in a 2:1 ratio, for example 2 cups Greek yogurt and 1 cup whipping cream). Whip until stiff peaks (when you dip a spoon into the whipped mix and flip it upside down, the cream should still be “standing” straight up on the spoon). Serve each person 1/4 cup of the whip with 1/2-1 cup of the sautéed apples. Top with a few nuts/seeds and/or extra cinnamon, if desired.
Turkey-Fat Mashed Fauxtatoes
Replace the extra virgin olive oil or butter in the Mashed Fauxtatoes recipe with the same amount of turkey fat!
What are Your Favorite Thanksgiving Dinner Recipe Ideas?
Comment your favorite Thanksgiving dinner ideas below, or post them in our Facebook Group! We always love to see what you’ve been making!
We know thanksgiving always comes with a big batch of leftovers. Unsure what to do with them? Try out our “Leftover Meals Class” for some quick-and-easy recipes to use up your leftovers in delicious ways!