• Leanne Maala

The Best Recipes for Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup)

🚨 PSA: Thanksgiving is coming up reaaaal soon 🚨


Who else is already looking forward to the food? And the family? And the friends? And the clean-up?!??


In our household, Thanksgiving always calls for a big meal with big dinners and friends and family. Each year it’s a good opportunity to catch up with the people you love the most -- and the perfect time to show off your (maybe newly acquired? maybe newly honed?) cooking skills.


If you're like me and plan on eating BIG on thanksgiving then read on for a full rundown of delicious Thanksgiving recipes, old and new, for all the comfort foods you know and love.


We all know how stressful it can be to prepare a big meal for the whole family, so I’m hoping this will help cross off a few items on the ever long list of things to think about this holiday season!


Bake, fry, roast, and cook your way to a feast fit for the fall!


Spiced Pumpkin Coconut Soup

Make this super simple, autumn-worthy Spiced Pumpkin Coconut Soup to warm up this Thanksgiving! Jewish inspired, this tangy and slightly spicy soup is the twist you didn't know you needed on traditional tomato soup. It's also vegan and dairy-free!


No-Bake Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin. Pie. Perfection. Let’s be real- Thanksgiving is the season of giving thanks, warm cozy sweaters, and crazy delicious pumpkin pie... plus points if it's vegan! This easy-to-make no-bake gourd-geous pumpkin pie is sure to be a crowd favorite.


Curry Pumpkin Shakshuka

If you haven't had Shakshuka before, it's a need-to-know recipe, especially if you love breakfast or brunch. Fragrant curry spices are cooked with onion and garlic to release their flavour before pumpkin and cherry tomatoes join the pan. It’s a seriously delicious way to start, continue or end your holiday!


Sage and Pumpkin Hummus


Can you tell I love pumpkin? I'm definitely hoping you like it as much as I do. Here’s a festive hummus recipe filled with savoury sage and leftover pumpkin puree. It’s lighter than hummus because it doesn’t have tahini, but it doesn’t skimp on flavour! I’ve been dipping away, and adding it to my salad bowl nonstop.


Pro Thanksgiving prep tip: this one’s perfect for that extra 1/2 cup of pumpkin puree that always seems to be leftover after making a pumpkin-themed baked good.






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