Trust us; your guests are going to thank you. Rosemary Pecan Goat Cheese Truffles: These babies are actually pretty darn classy, and they showcase all the flavors of the spectrum. Pro tip: Serve with a basic crispy wafer so as not to detract from the spread. Slice up some bleu cheese and add grapes to your favorite baguette.
Gruyere, Mushroom, and Caramelized Onion Bites: Add Gruyere, mushrooms, and caramelized onions to puffed pastry for a simple and delicious appetizer. And the best part is, you can make this up to 48 hours ahead of time, giving you plenty of wiggle room for your Turkey Day prep.
These rolls are flavored with cranberries and sage for an elegant holiday version of trust crescent rolls. Spinach Puffs: These mini spinach puffs are sure to please kids and adults alike. Heat them back up once Thanksgiving rolls around. Prepare these pockets a few days before Thanksgiving, stick them in the fridge, and bake on the day of.
Cremini mushrooms and white wine give these otherwise totally casual finger foods an elegant, rich layer of flavor. Bacon Straws: To make these straws, twist together bacon and puff pastry, then bake.
Add onion, cranberries, and pecans to make yours next-level. Make bites instead and pop some cranberry in them to Thanksgiving-ify. Serve with fresh cranberries or — our personal favorite — sweet cranberry sauce.
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We recommend making this bad boy with mascarpone cheese for extra oomph. But, once you try this recipe, you and your fam will be totally hooked. Add a little cheddar to make these extra flavorful. Cranberry Bacon Jam Crostini: These tiny crostinis take the idea of bruschetta and turn it on its head. Top with a fresh sprig of rosemary.
Top this dip with bacon and green onions for extra flavor. Pumpkin Dip: When it comes to dips, what could be more Thanksgiving-y than a concoction made with pumpkin? Serve with crackers, apples, or lightly sweetened cookies to tide your guests over until the big meal. Prosciutto-Fontina Pinwheels: Thinly sliced prosciutto, Fontina cheese, and puff pastry are just about all you need to make these pinwheels.
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Today's Top Stories. These cheesy potato cups are perfectly kid-sized. This cute little Frankenstein is made using a paper bag, some paint, and a little creativity. But, once you try this recipe, you and your fam will be totally hooked. Stuff this paper bird with confetti and small candies, then let kids have at it once the meal is through.
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For content about raising a confident child, look for this icon. Festive Thanksgiving fare may be a yearly treat for us grown-ups but, for little ones, the feast may be filled with strange and unfamiliar foods. Get your young chefs excited for dinner by involving them in the kitchen with these kid-friendly Thanksgiving recipes!
This savory roasted butternut squash is easy to make and totally yummy! Kids will gobble up these turkey pumpkin muffins—and parents will be thrilled to sneak in some healthy fruits.