A classic New England dessert, Grape-Nut Pudding is simply a lightly-sweetened egg custard, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and combined with Grape-Nuts cereal.
Our collection of Thanksgiving recipes includes all the classics like roast turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and pumpkin pie as well as some creative alternatives to traditional menus.
Here are five Thanksgiving appetizer recipes that can be easily made ahead of time and feature seasonal ingredients and flavors.
When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, what you serve alongside that plump, juicy turkey is key, so read on to find our best Thanksgiving side dishes.
Slow-roasting a whole duck yields a flavorful, moist bird with a beautiful crispy, golden skin. Served with our simple Orange-Rosemary Sauce, it’s an impressive yet easy entrée to serve for family and friends.
Larger than a roasting chicken, but smaller than a turkey, a capon is the perfect choice for a small holiday gathering or dinner party.
Serve this easy-to-prepare, hot appetizer dip made with puréed cauliflower, blue cheese, cream cheese and mayo with crackers or slices of toasted baguette.
Oven-roasting green beans gives them a slight sweetness that pairs perfectly with the sautéed shallots and toasted walnuts in this versatile side dish.
Oven roasting fresh Brussels sprouts brings out their naturally sweet flavor and is by far the easiest way to prepare them.