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Hosting Thanksgiving can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! Many of these Canadian Thanksgiving recipes are make-ahead, so you can spend more time enjoying family and less time in the kitchen.
The high-heat method is my favorite way to roast turkey. The bird cooks quickly and emerges from the oven juicy and crisp-skinned.
A longtime family favorite for the holidays, this easy sausage and herb stuffing uses store-bought stuffing cubes, eliminating the step of slicing and drying out the bread.
It’s hard to improve on simple roasted Brussels sprouts, but a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and a touch of honey bring the flavors alive.
This is a great alternative to a traditional holiday turkey. Not only is it packed with flavor, but it also cooks in just 1-1/4 hours and can be made entirely ahead of time.
This recipe promises a tender, flaky crust and gently spiced pumpkin filling that won’t crack as it cools.
This hearty salad can be prepared ahead of time, making it ideal for a buffet.
With a crisp, flaky crust and thick, cider-flavored apple filling, this is my idea of the perfect apple pie.
These ultra-creamy potatoes can be prepared two days ahead of time and reheated in the microwave. Perfect for the busy holidays!
With a buttery shortbread crust and rich caramel-pecan topping, these pecan squares are truly over the top.
Apples bubbling in their own juices, topped with a crunchy oat-pecan streusel — this is the ultimate fall dessert.
This easy-to-make butternut squash soup with sweet potatoes, apples, and warm spices tastes like fall in a bowl.
Made with brown butter and bourbon, this pecan pie has a richer, more complex flavor than the typical pecan pie.
Want to take green beans to a whole new level? This recipe is the answer!
These roasted carrots are cooked in a high temperature oven, which brings out their natural sweetness and gives them a beautiful color.
This pumpkin cheesecake is the ultimate sweet ending to your Thanksgiving feast — and no one will miss the pumpkin pie.
These pumpkin cornbread muffins are healthier than classic cornbread, yet they’re just as delicious.
Made with store-bought puff pastry, this baked brie is an easy yet impressive appetizer for the holidays. You’ll love my foolproof technique for wrapping the cheese.
Flavored with smoky, spicy chipotle peppers and sharp Cheddar, these mashed sweet potatoes make a wonderful holiday dish!