Quick & Easy Thanksgiving Recipes

Here are five of our top easy-to-make Thanksgiving recipes

by Lidia Abraha
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It’s no secret that Thanksgiving can be a busy time for moms! Between the extensive cooking, meal prepping, and getting the house ready for your guests, it’s easy to forget what the holiday is all about! It’s a time where you give thanks and spend time with your family. However, this might not be the case for busy moms out there. So we decided to put together a list of easy-to-make recipes for Thanksgiving, so you moms can actually RELAX on this fun holiday.


Roasted Cauliflower

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Who would’ve thought that cauliflower can be a crowd favourite? It might not be the most appetizing vegetable in the family, but all I have to do is deep fry cauliflower to make it taste like roasted chicken. Not only that, but it’s completely vegan! So if you’re worried about satisfying the vegan/vegetarian family member, this is a perfect way to please them!. You can find the recipe here.


Broccoli & Cheese

You might be hesitant to use this one because it reeks of typical school cafeteria lunch. But there are so many ways to make this an enticing dish, and it won’t take more than 30 minutes to make. It’s also a fun dish to make with the kids! You can find the recipe here.


Cheesy sweet potato

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This dish is super easy to make with only two main ingredients: sweet potato and cheese! This is another great dish that’s fun to make with the kids. If you really want to spice it up, add a marinara dipping sauce to the plate. You can find the recipe here.


Spinach with raisins and pistachios

If you’re looking for something green to add to the mix then look no further. Here’s a simple, easy, and delicious dish that takes 15 minutes to make. You can find the recipe here.


Pear Tart

Looking for an easy to make dessert? Well here’s the recipe for a quick and simple batch of pear tarts. Not only is it easy to make but you’re more likely to find the ingredients somewhere in your pantry or kitchen closet. You can find the recipe here.

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