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Before the turkey, you can make this quick and festive salad. It is easy to put together and odds are, you already have the ingredients in hand. It can be made any time of the year, so when you are feeling festive, you won't have to go through the trouble of making an entire feast.
If you do not like marshmallows, then a sweet potato casserole is not for you. However, this recipe might be! It has the same fillings of the casserole but a flour, brown sugar, and pecan topping. It also does not take long to prepare (an hour and a half is devoted to baking in the oven however).
Cranberry sauce does not only have to be eaten with turkey. If you have a can of cranberry sauce lying around, try this recipe. It takes only a few ingredients and less than 10 minutes to prepare. The best part about it is that it can made for any number of people.
The day after Thanksgiving rolls around and you may find yourself having a lot of leftover turkey. You can make this turkey pesto panini with the leftovers. It only takes a few new ingredients. It is a quick and easy way to get rid of extra food.
This recipe is great if you want to eat pumpkin pie anytime of the year without the hassle of making an entire pie. It also has the homemade feel of a real pie, but does not have the texture of pumpkin pie. Instead, expect it to be a little spongy. Regardless, it still has the spiciness of an actual pie.
Pumpkin pie and pecan pie - two Thanksgiving classics. If it's impossible to choose which one you want to eat, you should try a pumpkin pecan cobbler. It has a pumpkin pie filling at the bottom AND a pecan topping.
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