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A Thanksgiving Feast: Course by Course
Salad: Cranberry Waldorf Salad
Fruit and nuts top this scrumptious salad, along with a tangy dressing. Most of this dish can be prepared a day early, so all you'll have to do on Thanksgiving is top with toasted nuts and enjoy!
Soup: Creamy Pumpkin Curry Soup
You can't have Thanksgiving without pumpkin! This creamy soup has just enough spice, but isn't overpowering. Use fresh purreed pumpkin, or make things easy for yourself and use canned!
Bread: Whole Wheat Rolls
These tasty yeast rolls are made with whole wheat and contain flax seed and olive oil, so you can feel good about eating them! Top with more flax seed, or with sesame or poppy seeds.
Main Course: Honey-Roast Turkey
It's traditional turkey with a twist! This juicy turkey has a honey glaze both injected into it and brushed onto it, and it's served with a scrumptious apple cider sauce.
Side Dish: Glazed Carrots with Pistachios
You'll have no problem getting everyone to eat their veggies when you serve these slightly sweet carrots. Pistachios add fantastic flavor and crunch.
Side Dish: Checkerboard Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are a necessity for every Thanksgiving table. This recipe combines crushed pineapple with mashed sweet potatoes and spices. It's topped with marshmallows and pecans arranged in a checkerboard pattern.
Dessert: Honey Crunch Chocolate Pecan Pie
This pie combines three irresistable flavors into one scrumptious dessert. A chocolatey pecan-pie-style filling is topped with a honey-pecan glaze, making a dessert worth cleaning your plate for!
Here's everything you need for a delicious Turkey Day meal!