6 Dishes Worthy of Putting in the Family Holiday Cookbook–Thanksgiving Treats and Eats Part IV

What’s up, Belles?

For the past three years, I have shared Thanksgiving-worthy treats and eats every holiday season.

This post marks the fourth part of the Thanksgiving Treats and Eats series. If you’ve been around for all four, I want to say THANK YOU. Your presence means a lot to me.

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Let’s get on to the food, the most important part of the post.

In today’s post, I’m sharing with you six dishes that are so great, you’ll want to add them to the family cookbook this holiday season.

Keep reading, scrolling, or swiping to discover six mouth-drooling holiday meals.

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6 Dishes Worthy of Putting in the Family Holiday Cookbook

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Below are six, delicious dishes perfect for Thanksgiving. Included are main courses, appetizers, and desserts that everybody will love.

  1. Yummy and Easy Turkey

  2. Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

  3. Green Bean Casserole

  4. Pumpkin Muffins

  5. Spinach and Artichoke Dip

  6. Cranberry Meatballs

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THOUGHTS?

I love hearing from my Belles! Comment below your favorite Thanksgiving treats and traditions. Every year, my family has warm pumpkin soup. It tastes wonderful and reminds me of past Thanksgivings with loved ones.

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9 thoughts on “6 Dishes Worthy of Putting in the Family Holiday Cookbook–Thanksgiving Treats and Eats Part IV

  1. Hannah says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving treat: parents are gluten free, so every Thanksgiving instead of making pumpkin pie, my mom makes sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top, it’s so yummy.

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