A Thanksgiving Feast of Recipes

Can you believe that we’re just about a week away from Turkey Day?!

If you’re a super duper planner, you may have already figured out what your Happy Home is serving for Thanksgiving dinner months ago.

Or maybe your Happy Home does the same feast every year because it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without Grandma’s stuffing or Nana’s creamy mashed potatoes.

OR maybe you’re adventurous and want to try some new recipes this year.

Well, then you’ve come to the right place. :-)

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I made a Sausage Apple Stuffing a few years ago and the Happy Hubby has begged me to make it every year since!

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You all know it.

You all love it.

The Corn Casserole of AMAZINGNESS.

There isn’t a holiday celebration in our family where this casserole doesn’t make an appearance.

And then a quick disappearance!

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This recipe for Cranberry Casserole was introduced to me a few years ago by a dear friend.

I had a mom bring this to our November MOM group at church – and there wasn’t a crumb left in the dish!

It is a really yummy substitute for cranberry sauce!

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I looove this easy recipe for Bean Slop.

It’s tangy and sweet and you can make it the night before!

And, I apologize, Happy Home Friends, but I can only deliver side dish recipes for you.

I have never cooked a turkey in my life.

It’s on my Bucket List of stuff to do before the good Lord takes me home. :-)

And you will not find a mashed potato recipe here either.

For me, trying to make mashed potatoes is an insurmountable task.

I will let you in on a dirty little secret that will probably shock you… but our Happy Home is all about Betty Crocker’s Instant Mashed Potatoes in a box {gasp}.

But, I digress!

I put all 4 Thanksgiving recipes in a fun FREE Printable for you!

Click HERE for your FREE Printable Thanksgiving Feast Recipes!

If you liked this FREE Printable, please ‘Like’ the Fairy on Facebook and stay up to date on all the Happy Home magic!

Happy Thanksgiving Feast-ing! :-)

*Please note that some of the links to the photos used in this post have recipes that are slightly different than the recipes in my FREE printable! So if you want the Apple Sausage stuffing recipe that I use every year, click for the FREE Printable*

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7 thoughts on “A Thanksgiving Feast of Recipes

  1. I am stopping over from the Homeschool Blog Awards – saw your nominations and wanted to check out some new blogs =-) You have a beautiful blog! Love the recipes & the holiday inspirations ideas in the next post. If you have an Christmas baking coming up I’d love for you to link it up to my Holiday Baking Linky – http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2011/11/holiday-traditions-3christmas-cookies.html – I am your newest follower. I’d love for you to follow me back, if you want to!
    Beth

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  3. I’ve been searching for a new vegetable casserole for the table. I’m so over greenbean casserole. ;) Think we’ll try your corn casserole. Thanks for the recipe! P.S. I enjoy reading your blog each day. :)

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