Quick and Easy Thanksgiving Recipes that Won’t Cause More Stress in the Kitchen
We’ve all been there: volunteering to bring a dish to Thanksgiving. You search for the quickest and easiest dish to make on Google, when suddenly you’re scrambling around your kitchen because you thought you had eggs and now it’s Thanksgiving Day and all the grocery stores are closed. Do not fret, we’ve gathered some of the best and easiest Thanksgiving recipes we could find.
Sweet potatoes with marshmallows: step aside. This tangy and savory sweet potato dish will have everyone asking where you went to culinary school. Try using the non-stick oven crisper for some crunchy potatoes without the sogginess.
Brussel Sprouts: the vegetable of every child’s nightmare. When cooked properly, brussel sprouts can be crunchy, delicious, and filling. In this case, add bacon and you’ve got yourself a side dish that will have everyone coming back for seconds. The Teflon bakeware liner will help with making sure clean-up is a breeze!
Cute finger food. Cheesy deliciousness. Potatoes covered in cheese that don’t take that long to make will make you look like a Thanksgiving hero. If you want some thicker cheese flakes, try using the rub it flakes for big delicious chunks of cheese on your potatoes.
A classic Thanksgiving side; but one of the easiest ones to make. This recipe offers both “fresh” version, and traditional “dump and go” version. Regardless of what you choose, it’s still technically “homemade.” The 4 in 1 safetyopener will help you with any difficult cans you might encounter our your cooking journey!
After making this recipe, you’ll be sure to favorite it, love it, maybe even print it out so you never lose the perfect mashed potatoes recipe and can make it over and over again for years to come. If you want more control on how much butter you put in your potatoes, use the butter mill!