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Made with store-bought puff pastry, this baked brie is an easy yet impressive appetizer for a party. You’ll love my foolproof technique for wrapping the cheese.
Wildly addictive, these candied pecans are perfect to serve with cocktails or toss over salads. And they take just 15 minutes to make!
These tender cornbread muffins are the perfect side to any Southern or Southwestern dish. You can whip up the batter in no time!
Flavored with leeks, maple syrup and spices, this velvety pumpkin soup is perfect for fall.
Be prepared to love this salad of crisp greens, walnuts and lemony Dijon dressing. It tastes like a healthful, crunchy Caesar.
This pretty-in-pink cranberry vinaigrette is perfect for the holidays. Toss it with greens or use as a turkey sandwich spread.
This is the simplest butternut squash soup you’ll ever make, but it’s no less delicious for it.
With carrots, sweet potatoes & apples, this savory soup with a hint of sweetness is the essence of fall.
This cranberry sauce, flavored with orange juice & orange zest is both elegant and a cinch to make.
The best homemade gravy to compliment a simple roast turkey.
This stuffing is moist throughout, crispy on top and loaded with an earthy, buttery mix of onions and vegetables.
Made simply with sliced potatoes, heavy cream, and grated cheese, potatoes au gratin is the ultimate comfort food.
These pumpkin cornbread muffins have less fat than regular cornbread muffins, yet they’re equally delicious.
Cranberries and walnuts dress up these roasted green beans and make them a perfect side dish.
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.
This stuffed turkey breast is a great alternative to 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.
Perfect for Thanksgiving, this down-home sweet potato casserole replaces the traditional marshmallow topping with a crunchy pecan streusel.
These roasted carrots are cooked in a high temperature oven, which brings out their natural sweetness.
This comforting Brussels sprouts gratin with a crispy, cheesy topping is a holiday favorite — and you can make it ahead of time!
Flavored with smoky, spicy chipotle peppers and sharp Cheddar, these mashed sweet potatoes make a wonderful holiday dish!
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.
These ultra-creamy make-ahead mashed potatoes can be prepared two days ahead of time and reheated in the microwave. Perfect for the busy holidays!
This good old-fashioned apple crumble is composed of warm apples and tart scarlet cranberries with a crunchy oat streusel topping.
For such a seemingly simple dessert, pumpkin pie can be tricky to make. This recipe promises a tender, flaky crust and gently spiced pumpkin filling that won’t crack as it cools.
With a crisp, flaky crust and thick, cider-flavored apple filling, this is my idea of the perfect apple pie.
With a buttery shortbread crust and rich caramel-pecan topping, these pecan squares are truly over the top.
This pumpkin cheesecake is the ultimate sweet ending to your Thanksgiving feast — and no one will miss the pumpkin pie.
With a tender pecan crust, pumpkin pie filling, and crunchy streusel, this pumpkin torte is an easy and elegant alternative to pumpkin pie.
Apples bubbling in their own juices, topped with a crunchy oat-pecan streusel — this apple crisp is the ultimate fall dessert.
When topped with vanilla ice cream, this warm chocolate bread pudding tastes like a grown-up brownie sundae.
Made with brown butter and bourbon, this pecan pie has a richer, more complex flavor than the typical pecan pie.
Kids love it, grown-ups love it…this pumpkin bread is hard to beat!
Sweet, orange-scented and chock-full of cranberries and walnuts, this cranberry nut bread is perfect for the holidays.