For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
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This salad makes use of crunchy, nearly-raw brussels sprouts in addition to kale for a winter salad full of fresh flavors.
Wild rice, which is not technically a rice at all, has a toasty, nutty, earthy flavor that makes for a flavorful base to a versatile pilaf.
Two types of potatoes create a latke-like base to replace the bread in this gluten-free and vegan stuffing that everyone will love.
Brussels sprouts are often roasted with deep, smoky flavors for the holidays but this recipe has them pan-seared and paired with bright flavors like tart cranberries.
This cheesy, decadent hybrid between bread pudding and stuffing is the perfect Thanksgiving side.
Don’t skimp on the quality of bourbon, the alcohol cooks out and you want to be left with a rich, buttery flavor.
Maple-basted acorn squash serves as a charming vessel for lightly cinnamon-spiced quinoa in a seasonal side that serves as a nutritious option for your Thanksgiving spread.
Your favorite Thanksgiving flavors are even better the day after when you can load them all onto a sandwich that works just as well with regular bread if you’re not gluten-intolerent.
The various components of this towering, show-stopping dessert can be made ahead of time so all you need to do the day of is assemble and devour.
From the cream sauce to the fresh green beans and right down to the homemade fried onions, this Thanksgiving staple gets a culinary update.
The slight nuttiness of the whole wheat pastry flour enhances the nutty flavor of the sweet potato, which keeps this quick bread incredibly moist.
Don’t settle for canned cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving when the homemade stuff is so much better and can be a vehicle for such flavors as vanilla and cardamom.
Pumpkin puree is in everything time of year and while canned varieties are just fine why not learn to make it yourself at home?
It’s fall and it’s all about the pumpkin. Different types of pumpkin, various dishes. I’m sure you are used to berry jams and marmalades, but what about pumpkin jam? Give it a go, it’s flavorful, delicious and has such a lovely color!
With a refrigerator full of Thanksgiving leftovers, what better way to put all of them to use than to combine them in a soup.
So, you’ve cooked a big turkey, and then there is so much left. What to do? This breakfast hash from db Bistro Moderne to the rescue.
Add chestnuts – and you have a wonderful and deliciously different turkey for a small holiday celebration, or just a nice Sunday dinner.
Delicata squash, nicknamed Bohemian squash, caramelizes beautifully when roasted, and fanned atop a bed of greens in the perfect Thanksgiving salad.
The spiciness of the pepper flakes perfectly balances the sweetness of the squash in this wilted kale and delicata squash salad.
These pumpkin pie pancakes are admittedly not the healthiest option, but for Thanksgiving breakfast, you’ll be thankful that you indulged.
This is a lovely, creamy Thanksgiving side dish that is sure to be a smash hit on the dinner table.
Pumpkin bread is disguised as mini pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting in these bite-sized Thanksgiving goodies.
A Willy Wonka inspired meatball that combines the flavors of three delicious Thanksgiving Day foods: turkey, stuffing and cranberry.
In every forkful, the nooks of the pasta hold in the bits of smoky pancetta and citrusy Brussels sprouts.
Let Pomegranate be the Cinderella of Thanksgiving – the uninvited beauty crashing the ball and stealing everyone’s hearts.
This simple side dish will be a welcome addition to the Thanksgiving dinner table.
The bottom line is that the wines you like are the best wines to serve with Thanksgiving dinner but let’s break down classic pairings.
Fresh homemade pumpkin purée makes your favorite Thanksgiving desserts taste amazing.
Two slabs of moist, cake-like pumpkin bread filling with a generous layer of caramel ice cream. It’s your new favorite festive season treat.
A decadent fall pumpkin pie with chocolate and caramel, from Pallavi Gupta.
Having vegetarians over for Thanksgiving dinner? Don’t panic – here’s a dish that will be a success all around.
If you’re looking for a simple dessert to end a luscious holiday meal, these Chocolate and Pomegranate cups are the perfect recipe.
This delicious autumn dish takes a while to prepare, but it is definitely worth the wait.
Best of both worlds, apple pie and bread, all in one. The bread is super soft, moist and melts in your mouth.
A beautiful gluten free and vegan autumn apple pumpkin soup.
Celebrate fall with these tasty mini baskets filled with creamy pumpkin and porcini mushrooms.
Feeling a little depressed with the colder weather? Mini Pumpkin Donuts – one bite donuts to the rescue.
This delicately-flavored sweet potato ice cream studded with rich caramelized maple pecans is comforting any time of year.
This year, Hannah Keyser had a Scottish twist on a traditional Thanksgiving dish.
If you’re not already full from last week, Eric Isaac takes us on a tour of his Thanksgiving dinner.
A delicious appetizer with mashed potatoes and turkey accompanied by a sweet and hot cranberry ginger chutney.
Nancy Lopez Mc-Hugh with a great collection of Thanksgiving ideas, and her own cranberry sauce recipe.
Grab a handful of this granola or top your yogurt with it for a healthy, nutrient-loaded Thanksgiving snack.
This recipe makes a large batch, so depending on your guest list, you may find yourself enjoying the tangy, fragrant flavors with your leftovers.
A stuffing recipe that has been handed down through generations. And now, Gilda Claudine Karasik passes it on to you.
It’s not about what’s on the Thanksgiving table, but who’s sitting there with you.
Don’t be intimidated by that gigantic turkey carcass you’ve got left. It’s a great base for a tasty stock.
A cheesy layered torte full of squash, sweet potato, and kale.
A dead simple, no-bake pumpkin cheesecake for Harvest Festivals and Thanksgiving alike.
Jerri Green with a great idea for the vegetarians at your thanksgiving dinner.
Chocolate and pecans combine to make one insanely rich and delicious pie.
These fun puff pastry appetizers turn the cracker spread into a hand-held appetizer.
A simple bread and cheese soup served into a baked squash for a warming melt-in-the mouth fall dish.
A lovely creamy autumn soup with the ingredient we all love right now.
Jackie Dodd with some precious advice on how to handle those ever present pumpkins of the season.
These muffins are perfect for fall, filled with apples, and great to share – just don’t forget to add the streusel.
This is an elegant dish that will please meateaters and vegetarians alike.
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos or Autumn with this sweet pumpkin dessert.
Try this out for dinner. Or lunch. Or heck, instead of your bacon and eggs in the morning. You won’t regret it.