Plan the perfect Thanksgiving menu with our tried-and-true recipes, from the cranberry relish to the dressing to the pumpkin pie. Our smorgasbord of sides, desserts and best-ever turkey tips will make your Thanksgiving dinner a stellar success.
These bites are a spicier version of the traditional pumpkin pie, and they have a crumbly crust full of seasonal flavors.
Vegan Pumpkin Pie
Made with homemade buttercup squash puree and Irish moss, this delicate holiday pie will have you remembering the taste for years to come.
Apple Pie with Caramel Sauce
A creamy and sweet fall pie using dates for caramel sauce that will have your Thanksgiving guests fooled for the real thing.
Pecan Pie with Maple Coconut Cream
This protein-packed pie has double the nuts and absolutely no unhealthy ingredients like corn syrup, white flour or butter.
Cranberry, Apple and Sausage Stuffing
Classic stuffing gets a healthy makeover thanks to lower-fat turkey sausage and plenty of veggies.
Cheesy Squash Casserole
This squash casserole—lower in fat than most Thanksgiving casseroles—gets a dose of decadence from cream cheese.
Next-day Turkey Sliders
Forget ho-hum turkey sandwiches: These turkey sliders are the perfect use for leftover Thanksgiving turkey scraps.
Citrus and Herb Stuffed Turkey Breast
This turkey breast, stuffed with flavorful herbs and spices, is a modern take on the classic Thanksgiving turkey roast.
A show-stopping pumpkin ricotta cheesecake that will be the perfect sweet ending to your Thanksgiving feast.
Spiced Cranberry Beet Compote
Classic cranberry sauce gets a flavor boost from beets, citrus and a hint of Indian spice.
The herbs and vegetables in this stuffing make it flavorful enough for you to forget that it wasn’t actually cooked in a turkey, making it perfect for vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
Low Fat Pumpkin Pie
Don’t miss out on having pumpkin pie for dessert with this low-fat, heart healthy version. Beaten egg whites make this pie light and fluffy, while whole-wheat flour and ground nuts keep the crust healthier than traditional options.
Ginger Cranberry Sauce
Instead of serving highly processed cranberry sauce from a can, make a simple homemade version spiced up with fresh ginger.
Healthy Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes
Mashed cauliflower is a healthy, non-starch, and low calorie alternative to mashed potatoes laden with butter and gravy. It’s quick to make, and picky eaters will barely be able to tell that they’re made from vegetables instead of potatoes.