We know that one of the highlights of holiday meals is dessert. Our friend Juli Bauer from PaleOMG has created a mouthwatering, Paleo-friendly Apple Pie Cookie Bar to please your sweet tooth and wow your friends and family. To complete your Thanksgiving feast, we’ve paired up delectable vegetable sides such as a spicy Curried Pumpkin Soup and Roasted Carrots with Carrot Top Pesto to go with our deliciously tender Roasted and Braised Turkey recipe.
Looking for a spicy change-up to your fall recipe routine? Give this delicious soup a try! This vegan-friendly soup has wonderful spice and a deep Indian-inspired flavor to heat up any chilly fall evening. Pair with your favorite protein for a nutritious dinner for the whole family.
Looking for a Thanksgiving turkey recipe that will ensure a moist and flavorful bird? Look no further! This recipe combines roasting and braising in a delicious aromatic broth that results in fall-off-the-bone tender leg meat and super moist breast meat. Your guests will definitely be asking for your secret!
The ultimate in plant-based holiday roasts, serve this decorative loaf as a side dish or as the centerpiece. Feel free to break out the electric carving knife for a dramatic effect as carving. Top with Cranberry Apricot Sauce with Crystallized Ginger.
Since making an apple pie is WAY too much work, I created apple pie cookie bars instead! Whenever in baking doubt, make cookie bars. They never fail. I make a simple cookie crust that never fails me, then I layer it with sautéed apples, and a crunchy granola topping. And you can serve them warm or cold! I prefer mine to sit in the fridge overnight because then all the flavors meld together even more to create this ooey gooey apple bar that’s pure heaven!