As delicious as your Thanksgiving turkey might be, leftover turkey and all the trimmings can get a little old after a couple of days. Here are five tasty recipes that will help transform your bird into delicious dishes your whole family will enjoy. 1. Skillet Turkey Pot Pie Swap out the ground turkey for 3 → Hungry for more?
Torn between sweet potato and pecan pie? Not any more. Sweet Potato Pecan Pie is a tasty combination of both Thanksgiving favorites — a creamy, sweet potato filling with a crisp, pecan topping. This recipe is simple enough to whip up in a matter of minutes, but also special enough to headline a dessert table. → Hungry for more?
Green bean casserole — you know the one with the canned green beans, cream of sodium soup and the French fried onions — is the stuff of old-school Thanksgiving legend. Here are a few tips (and a recipe) to help you make your own green bean casserole from scratch. First, ditch the canned green beans. → Hungry for more?
This salad is so awesome it just might save your life. Seriously, it’s super. Super tasty. Super simple and chock full of super foods – beans. I call it my Super Hero Salad, not because it’s high in fiber and protein and low in fat, or because it’s laden with beans that have been → Hungry for more?
My favorite way to cook pot roast is in a crockpot. It’s minimal effort and there’s not much better than a house filled with the aromas of a delicious meal. This is a basic pot roast recipe so feel free to mix it up. You can substitute beef stock for the red wine, toss → Hungry for more?