Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Instead of sticking to the classic Thanksgiving dishes, we put together a list of 10 new and exciting recipes we found on Pinterest. These will surely have your guests talking at this year’s table!
Pumpkin Pie Martini
This creamy martini combines vanilla vodka, pumpkin spice liqueur, Kahlua, and butterscotch schnapps. Warning: You may only need one! Get the recipe here.
Looking for something a little lighter? This recipe turns the summer margarita into a refreshing Thanksgiving classic. Get the recipe here.
Cranberry Sauce with Port and Cinnamon
Kick the canned cranberry to the curb this year. This recipe uses dried and fresh cranberries with ruby port and cinnamon for a fresh take on a Thanksgiving staple. Get the recipe here.
Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes
We know, how can you change a classic? This recipe takes everyone’s favorite dish and adds another layer of goodness by topping the spuds with slowed cooked brown butter. Get the recipe here.
Caramelized Brussels Sprouts
Roasted Brussels sprouts will add a crunchy, savory element to any Thanksgiving table. This recipe tosses in sesame seeds for an added nutty flavor. Get the recipe here.
Sourdough Stuffing with Mushrooms, Apples, & Sage
Don’t settle for boring stuffing. Sourdough bread adds something that traditional white or wheat bread just can’t match. Get the recipe here.
A new entry to Thanksgiving, this gratin is surprisingly simple and light. We can’t guarantee the kids will like it, but it’s sure to be a hit with everyone else. Get the recipe here.
Rosemary Roasted Turkey
5 stars and over 650 reviews can’t be wrong; this turkey recipe is a must-try. With only 6 ingredients (plus salt and pepper), it’s not bogged down with bells and whistles. Sometimes the classics don’t need too much fuss. Get the recipe here.
Snicker Carmel Apple Pie
We can’t say we’ve tried this recipe, but it looks over-the-top. Snickers and Granny Smith apples finished with a creamy topping? What could go wrong? Get the recipe here.
Turkey Fruit Platter
If you’re looking for something a little lighter after the big meal, this turkey made of fruit is sure to be a delicious conversation piece. Get the recipe here.