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Holiday Meal Prep


  • Apple and Pomegranate Cranberry Salsa 1 of 7
    Apple and Pomegranate Cranberry Salsa
    Forget cranberry sauce from a jar — this cranberry salsa features crunchy apples and juicy pomegranates with a zing of orange. No one will suspect this fresh-tasting side dish was made ahead of time.
    Make apple and pomegranate cranberry salsa »
  • Leek and Mushroom Wild Rice 2 of 7
    Leek and Mushroom Wild Rice
    This nutty wild rice paired with leeks and mushrooms is the side dish that keeps on giving — not only can you make it ahead of time, but leftovers make a great addition to homemade soups post-holiday.
    Make leek and mushroom wild rice »
  • Sweet Potato Casserole 3 of 7
    Sweet Potato Casserole
    This sweet and crunchy holiday classic is sure to get your guests going back for seconds. They’ll never know it only took you seconds to put together.
    Make sweet potato casserole »
  • Apple Tartlets 4 of 7
    Apple Tartlets
    Forgo the plates and forks but not the classic apple pie. These kid-approved tartlets can be prepared up to two weeks before the holiday and are just the right size for tiny hands.
    Make apple tartlets »
  • Pumpkin Pie with Cardamom Cream 5 of 7
    Pumpkin Pie with Cardamom Cream
    The addition of cardamom cream sets this pumpkin pie apart from the rest. Make the pie two days ahead of time and then pipe on the cream for an extra-special presentation.
    Make pumpkin pie with cardamom cream »
  • Cheesy au Gratin Potatoes 6 of 7
    Cheesy au Gratin Potatoes
    Before the big day, bake up a huge pan of these easy and cheesy au gratin potatoes with fresh herbs. Trust us when we say huge pan — your family will gobble up this creamy dish in no time!
    Make au gratin potatoes »
  • Green-Bean Casserole with Homemade Fried Onions 7 of 7
    Green-Bean Casserole with Homemade Fried Onions
    This fancy-schmancy version of the beloved holiday staple swaps out the condensed soup for a whole lot of homemade goodness — including fried onions!
    Make homemade green bean casserole »

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