Woah. There are some amazing recipes flying around the blog world right now to the point where even I, the person who has come to dislike cooking, is feeling inspired!
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I wanted to share the recipes of interest to me this week. Most are great choices for Thanksgiving but I also threw in a few that aren’t really for Thanksgiving – just recipe ideas for your meals in general. 🙂
Hot Honey Caramel Sweet Potatoes via How Sweet Eats
Cinnamon Streusel Swirled Maple Sweet Potatoes via Half Baked Harvest
Browned Butter Parmesan Smashed Sweet Potatoes via Whole And Heavenly Oven
Easy Vegan Mashed Potatoes via Vegan Richa
Caramelized French Onion Soup Stuffing via Whole And Heavenly Oven
Easiest Slow Cooker Stuffing via How Sweet Eats
Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad via Top With Cinnamon
Brussels Sprouts Fried Rice With Spicy Baked Tofu via Connoisseurus Veg
13 Vegetarian Pasta Recipes For Fall via Naturally Ella
Eggplant Lasagna via The Iron You
Cinnamon Streusel Baked Apples via Two Peas And Their Pod
Slice And Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies via Crazy For Crust
Peanut Butter Passion Bars via Cookies And Cups
Also! The #TBT post (about going to the DASH store) that I shared in yesterday’s post also included a quick and easy recipe for whole wheat peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. Definitely check these cookies out if you are interested in baking a delicious cookie that tries to be on the healthier side.
Have a great weekend!
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Are you cooking this Thanksgiving? What are you planning to make?
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Ive been in the mood for PB cookies lately so I will have to give those a try! I may have even made them before? Have a great weekend!
you know what, I think you did make the recipe back in the day!
Thank you for sharing this! I’m definitely going to check out the brussels sprouts caesar salad recipe!
I will need to make that slow cooker stuffing recipe! I make the lightened up green bean casserole from How Sweet Eats every year. Have a great weekend!
How Sweet Eats definitely has the best recipes, right?