Bare with us! This blog post is a little lengthy, BUT some of the yummiest & most delicious Thanksgiving recipes await!
Hi guys! Lamb Real Estate marketing director // blogger here! I am so excited about this blog because you get to learn a little more about each of our team members through our favorite holiday dishes. In today’s blog we are all sharing our best Thanksgiving recipes in hopes of eliminating some of your ‘scroll-time’ on Pinterest and Facebook in search of the perfect meal addition for next Thursday!
Last year I, Dallas Moreno, made a turkey roulade for a Friendsgiving dinner party (I got the recipe from this blogger, No Spoon Necessary). I made a couple of alterations for the sake of ease & my gluten free diet but this option was SO much easier to prepare for 12 guests than having to learn how to prepare a large turkey for the first time (gulp). My secret is the gravy! I get it from Williams Sonoma and it is to die for.
Chloe, our health-nut, is making these delicious carrots for dinner at her parents this Thanksgiving. She’s made them on multiple occasions and they just so happen to pair wonderfully with just about any meal!
[yumprint-recipe id=’5′]Leslie does her famous mashed potatoes in the crockpot to save room in the oven! She’s so thoughtful. Not to mention, you can start these 4 hours before the party & only have to mash them up and add a couple ingredients here & there.
[yumprint-recipe id=’6′]Maureen recommends adding her grandmothers dinner rolls to your menu. So tasty, buttery, & golden in beauty. She also eats gluten free and recommends these rolls, here, should you be looking for a gluten free option.
Lyndsay usually attends a couple different Thanksgiving dinners. If she is in a rush, she will make her Apple Crisp. If she has time to prepare she will make a couple of her Best Berry Pies. SWOON! Both recipes are below and are sure to be crowd pleasers!
[yumprint-recipe id=’4′][yumprint-recipe id=’3′]You’ll recognize this next one—it’ll probably even remind you of your childhood! Leslie makes the classic Pumpkin Roll every year, and every year she goes home with an empty platter. A Thanksgiving dessert must!
What is on your Thanksgiving menu this year?