This is literally the BEST Homemade Stuffing Recipe. It has everything you love about a classic stuffing recipe, celery, onion, apples, tons of delicious flavor, all in a great sausage stuffing recipe. Set this stuffing recipe out next to your cranberry sauce and watch your family devour it during the holidays.
This creamy cauliflower soup is filling, rich, and so incredibly comforting and easy to make. Bonus? It’s also naturally gluten-free and keto! This healthy cauliflower soup is perfect for when you’re craving something warm, and comforting.
If you want a side dish recipe that takes centre stage make the Campbells Savoury Sweet Potato Bake. It uses ingredients that you'll likely have on hand and takes only 10 minutes to pull together.
Enjoy all the flavours of hearty Italian meal without the carbs! This keto casserole is meaty and cheesy.
Roasted Acorn Squash filled with hearty and gluten free quinoa stuffing flavored with cranberries and pecans. Add this Vegan Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe to your Thanksgiving dinner menu to serve your vegetarian or vegan guests.
Win dinner with the perfect Autumn-themed pizza. No one would expect this combination, but everyone is going to ask for more! This pizza recipe would be perfect for a Friday night, date night or potluck. Who doesn’t enjoy a wholesome, veggie-packed pizza?
Love tomato soup? Dislike condensed cans of soup? Me too! Skip the canned condensed tomato soup, please for me! You can create this flavorful tomato soup in no time.
This Cosy Autumn Wild Rice Soup is full of hearty seasonal vegetables and wild rice (plus chicken, if you would like), it’s wonderfully creamy and comforting, and easy to make in the Instant Pot, Crock-Pot or on the stovetop.
This is a great soup to have in your everyday arsenal. It’s sweet, purely flavored, and can be made in a flash. The recipe came from Food 52. I think it's the perfect thing to serve the week after Thanksgiving, when you still crave the flavors but need a break from the heft.
Looking for the best vegetarian lasagna recipe? You’re in the right place. This Butternut Squash and Spinach lasagna will become one of your favorites! Perfect as a veggie main dish for every day. A healthier version of lasagna, it’s also, a great holiday recipe for Thanksgiving or Christmas!
A super simple recipe to make lazy skillet lasagna! No need to make tons of layers, this one pot lasagna combines and cooks everything in one pot!
Earthy, delightful mushrooms are front and center in this seafood dish. It’s hearty and deliciously interesting and affirms once again that mushrooms, seafood and pasta are great companions. The addition of a dry white wine to the sauce makes this indulgent dish too good to stick to one serving!
When it’s this effortless to make something so lip smackingly good with ingredients that are basic pantry essentials, frozen meals and home delivery aren’t even a passing thought. No matter how nuts your household is at dinner time, no matter how tired you are, no matter how irritating and incompetent your boss is, how bad the commute home was, how miserable the weather is – you got this! This is one for busy weeknights, lazy Sundays, and every other day in between. This dish would be perfect for a romantic Valentine's Day dinner for two. So if you're not too "chicken" let's get cooking!
Lemon, garlic, and thyme make brown rice shine in this light, slightly-tart gluten-free, vegetarian dish. Red chili flakes or Cajun seasoning add a nice kick.
Take one part honey, one part Dijon mustard, mix, and now you have one of the most versatile sauces possible, for chicken, ham, and in this case, honey mustard salmon. It’s one of those couldn’t-be-easier, how-to-impress-without-doing-much recipes. Takes 30 minute to prep, and 12 minutes to cook.
A fitting side dish for any entrée is the two toned mashed potatoes, which combines the savory with the sweet in one.
Pumpkin soup. Perhaps the quintessential fall/winter food. That and casseroles. But soup warms you from the inside out, like only tea does. Especially on days where the winter wind chills you to the bone.
Not that we have experienced particularly low temperatures at my latitude so far. To the contrary, it has been a fairly mild fall/winter (sometimes even mostly summer). Truth is, you don’t need to be under the blankets to enjoy pumpkin soup. This pumpkin soup is yummy, creamy, and so velvety-smooth. There’s nothing quite like pumpkin soup to warm up wet or cold days.