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Not So Traditional Thanksgiving Spread Hi Guys! Today we have another spread for you all! We have a “not so traditional thanksgiving spread”. We both love thanksgiving dishes, but know that not everyone does, so today we’ve prepared an autumnal spread for the non-turkey loving, “Chandler Bing-ish” folks out there! Lets get started!
Cheddar and Caramel Popcorn recipe Cheddar and Caramel Popcorn Mix: We love the sweet caramel and salty, cheesy combination of this fun and slightly unique treat! It’s the perfect snack to have of the table before the main event…just make sure everyone doesn’t fill up on this as it really can be that addicting!
Individual Cornbread Loaves with Oregano Individual Buttermilk Cornbread Loaves: These little guys are actually our buttermilk cornbread recipe, redressed into little loaves and topped with sprigs of fresh oregano for added fragrance, flavor and most importantly, cuteness. If you don’t have an individual loaf pan, no worries! Just bake the recipe in an 8”x 8” baking dish, as directed by the original recipe, and top the whole dish with sprigs of oregano (or herb of your choice, except rosemary as the stem is a little too thick for this) and cut into individually topped pieces after the cornbread has baked and cooled.

Kalimotxo

 

Kalimotxo: If you’re looking for a different and low maintenance cocktail on this busy holiday, this is the perfect drink for you! All you really need is Coca-Cola (we’re assuming all thanksgiving tables will already by flooded with loads of wine and champagne) and you have a surprisingly tasty cocktail!

twice-baked-sweet-potatoes

 

Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes: We absolutely love sweet potatoes and can totally devour these twice-baked sweet potatoes every time they’re made. We love the crispy crust the twice baking creates, but hands down our favorite part are the feta and toasted pecan topping. If you want to add a hint of sweetness to this side dish, a light drizzle of honey or maple syrup should do the trick!

Balsamic Grilled Carrots

Balsamic Grilled Carrots: Move over green beans, these balsamic grilled carrots are taking over this thanksgiving spread! The rich and tangy balsamic-butter sauce, make this side dish absolutely addicting. Don’t have a grill or you think it’s too cold to grill? No problem! Just toss the carrots in the marinade and roast in the oven at 375˚F for 325 to 30 minutes or until fork tender with a crisp exterior. Yum!
chocolate-stout-cake

Spicy Chocolate Stout Cake: Thanksgiving desserts don’t always have to be all about pumpkin or pecan pie. If you’re getting a little sick of seasonal pies we think this spicy chocolate stout cake is the best thanksgiving pie substitute. This quick and easy cake and buttercream duo can be made a day or two ahead of time and finished the day of the event by rewhipping the buttercream, spreading it over the sheet cake and serving it up. Super easy, totally delicious!

We hope we have been able to inspire you all to get into the kitchen and get creative with your thanksgiving spread this year! Don’t forget to stay tuned the rest of the week as we introduce our new recipes including our: Maple Glazed Roast Duck, Apple-Thyme and Wild Rice Stuffing, Shave Brussels Sprouts Salad with a Prosciutto-Mustard Vinaigrette, and finally our no bake pumpkin creme brulee! Enjoy! Jenny + Teri

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  1. Dorothy Not Specified Not Specified

    Hello— I keep looking at this picture and wondering what is inside the little tiny pumpkins! I’ve looked thru the recipes but can’t seem to find out!

  2. Laura (Tutti Dolci) Not Specified Not Specified

    Those cornbread loaves are the cutest!

  3. Neha Not Specified Not Specified

    Love the spread! Can’t wait for Friday’s post ..individual size serving pumpkin creme brûlée!

  4. Beth Not Specified Not Specified

    Can’t wait for Friday’s post- looks amazing and kids if all ages will adore the popcorn bowl in our home for sure! Thank u!

  5. Mariah Not Specified Not Specified

    You are SO inspiring! Home run, as usual. I can’t wait to incorporate some of these into my Thanksgiving!

  6. Rachel Not Specified Not Specified

    What on earth are those little squashes that still have their lids, they look adorable/ amazing!

  7. Trisha Not Specified Not Specified

    I love the sprigs of oregano onthe individual cornbreads. very nice x

  8. Lily @ Life, Love, and Cupcakes Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow this makes me want to do a non-traditional turkey day! Although I love all the traditional items too, so I would just have to do ALL of it!

  9. OsaGirl Not Specified Not Specified

    Going out to buy tiny loaf pans right now. Can’t resist the cuteness of those loaves!

  10. Sara Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh I want to eat the duck! This is awesome!

  11. Emily Not Specified Not Specified

    I just love these spread posts! I am itching to try all these great recipes :)

  12. Cristina Not Specified Not Specified

    Those mini cornbread are really darling; I love the sprig of oregano. Likewise, the duck looks fantastic, a really impressive centerpiece.

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