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Thanksgiving Menu: Guide to Making It All and Serving It Warm

 

It’s the same question every year: how do you get all the food on the table and ready at the same time? Have no fear, I’ve got a step-by-step guide that spreads out your cooking and allows you to cook and serve with ease, even with kids helping! All you have to do is get that turkey in the oven. Here’s what we are serving up for sides this Thanksgiving: Cranberry Sauce Trio, Herbed Crock Pot Stuffing, Mashed Potato Pie, Baked Sweet Potatoes and Apples, Nutty Caramelized Cauliflower, and keep the kids busy decorating with Gobbling Cupcakes.


  • Cranberry Sauce Trio 1 of 6
    Cranberry Sauce Trio
    Impress your guests with not one, but three cranberry sauces, including the beloved canned jellied. All made up to a week ahead of time!
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid
  • Nutty Caramelized Cauliflower 2 of 6
    Nutty Caramelized Cauliflower
    This dish is so simple to create and is delicious served warm or room temperature — I'm thankful for that!
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid
  • Mashed Potato Pie 3 of 6
    Mashed Potato Pie
    Something different that will become a tradition AND can be made a day ahead of time!
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid
  • Herbed Crock Pot Stuffing 4 of 6
    Herbed Crock Pot Stuffing
    Stuffing made in a crock pot will not only free up some coveted oven space, it will take you to stuffing nirvana.
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid
  • Baked Sweet Potatoes and Apples 5 of 6
    Baked Sweet Potatoes and Apples
    A match made in heaven, you will not miss the marshmallows serving this dish.
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid
  • Gobbling Cupcakes 6 of 6
    Gobbling Cupcakes
    Cupcakes not only serve as dessert, but occupy the kids while you manage the finishing touches on dinner.
    Get the recipe and guide here CookingWithMyKid

Head on over to CookingWithMyKid for the full instructions and recipes.

 

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