Toast some pecans and you're finished with the cooking! This vegan salad features raw Brussels sprouts and heart-healthy dried blueberries.
If you've had enough of family-friendly (i.e., non-spicy) Thanksgiving dishes, toss your leftovers with chili paste and soy sauce from your pantry, and create a new, fiery stir-fry.
Toss leftover shredded turkey into this Tex-Mex soup with corn, beans, and chopped green chiles. It's a great make-ahead-and-freeze soup that comes together in minutes.
With just a cup of leftover mashed potatoes, you can make a brand new broccoli and cheddar quiche. A perfect way to use your Thanksgiving leftovers.
For the holiday table, yet easy enough for everyday, these Brussels sprouts sautéed in a pan dressing of maple syrup and grainy Dijon mustard are an easy wow.
When vegetarians come for Thanksgiving, serve them a rich, creamy, meatless gravy with lots of mushroom goodness. Easy on the cook, too, because you can make it a few days ahead.
Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes. Here are 40 fabulous recipes for vegetables, gravy, stuffing and biscuits, to add to your holiday menu.