Thanksgiving Menu Plan

Hello friends! Yesterday I shared my Fresh Green Beans with Prosciutto dish and today I’m showcasing eleven (twelve with me!) awesome bloggers that have contributed recipes for a Complete Thanksgiving Menu Plan!

We brought together some of our favorite recipes creating one festive meal!  UPDATE August 2018:  This post originally included a KitchenAid Mixer giveaway.  Reference to the link has been removed.

Thanksgiving Menu Plan

With the holiday cooking that goes on this time of year, it sure would come in handy to have a meal plan already done for you with this Thanksgiving menu plan!  We have you covered!

Take a peek into each kitchen of the bloggers that are sharing their favorite Thanksgiving recipes. Please be sure to visit them all!

Thanksgiving Menu Plan

Creamy Pumpkin Gnocchi Soup with Spiced Walnuts | Frugal Foodie Mama
Goat Cheese Trio | by From Valerie's Kitchen|
 Flavor Injected Herb Roasted Turkey | by Yours and Mine are Ours

Baked Turkey Thigh Recipe | The Foodie Affair

 Easy Homemade Gravy | by Dizzy Busy and Hungry
Thanksgiving Stuffing | by Garnish and Glaze
Raspberry Cranberry Sauce Recipe | by Hot Eats and Cool Reads
 Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes with Bacon Pecan Streusel | by Carlsbad Cravings
Cracker Barrel Copycat Country Style Green Beans | by Renee's Kitchen Adventures

Air Fryer Green Bean Casserole | The Foodie Affair

Green bean casserole on a serving dish ready to serve.
Easy Pumpkin Rolls | by That's My Home
Chocolate Terrine with Raspberry Sauce | by That Skinny Chick Can Bake

Want to include holiday cocktails to your menu?

Check out these drinks:

Cozy up with an Apple Cider Margarita this Fall! This classic cocktail is a delicious mix of tequila, orange liquor and apple cider. The Foodie Affair
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  1. I would make hot rolls! I don’t have a kitchen aid but would sure put it to use for friends & family! Great recipes! 🙂

  2. I would try to recreate my great grandmother’s famous sweet potato pie. The recipe has also intimidated me but I know if I had a Kitchenaid Mixer it would be a breeze to make.