A game day go-to recipe that you will want to make over and over again, all winter long – white bean turkey chili that’s full of spices and topped with fresh, vibrant garnishes. I’m serving it with the most delicious, simple cheddar cornbread…because you really can’t have chili with cornbread, right?!
If you’re cooking for a smaller group of people, this brown butter herb roasted turkey breast is for you! It’s easier and quicker than cooking a whole bird, but still comes out juicy and delicious. I’m serving it with the most flavorful cranberry mostarda for something new and exciting. Trust me, this recipe will be the complete star at your Thanksgiving table!
It’s the day after Thanksgiving, the fire is lit, Christmas decorations are going up, and it only felt right to make this cozy leftover turkey & dumpling soup!
Turkey meatballs + whole grain pasta is the perfect thing to make when you want a dinner that’s healthy, but also cozy and comforting.
What’s better than Thanksgiving dinner? Leftovers! I’ve turned stuffing into meatballs, mashed potatoes into potato cakes, and cranberry sauce into dessert. But sometimes all you need is a good sandwich. A turkey sandwich is probably the easiest post-Thanksgiving meal to quickly whip up. And after putting in all of the effort to cook the bird the day before, you want to extend its eating life as far as possible. Piling it high on a sandwich is just the way to do it!
If I’m going all out for breakfast, I usually choose to make something sweet…pancakes, waffles, crepes, etc. The rest of my family, most of them being boys, usually wants something they can pour hot sauce over to show up on the table. So, over the years I have come to enjoy savory breakfasts as well. The best part? You can be pretty sure to find some sort of protein and vegetable in a savory breakfast dish, so it’s a more nutritious alternative to the syrup-soaked stack of pancakes.