These cookies can be dipped in melted chocolate and sprinkled with crushed candy canes or whatever sprinkle you like.
You can substitute some of the cider for brown ale or cranberry juice. Also changing up the spices could be really interesting, such as allspice, clove or even peppercorn. This also holds well as a big batch warm inside a crock pot.
This compote can be done three days ahead and simply pulled out before the meal.
Add a delicious mix of fresh wild mushrooms, such as chanterelle, oyster, trumpet, and hen-of-the-woods, to this Thanksgiving side dish.
Change out the pumpkin for any hearty fall squash; the dried fruits can be changed and so can the cheese.
For an adult twist, add vodka to taste.
This is a vegetarian version but would be great with possibly ground turkey or feel free to mix up the grains as well.
This is an excellent fall dessert to be served with lightly whipped cream or ice cream.
This dish would be perfect served with your favorite pasta.
Chef’s Note: This is a unique keto pizza crust not using riced cauliflower.
Chef’s Note: Although I love the canned soup and frozen bean version, the use of fresh beans and fresh herbs really makes the dish more lively.
This is a great summer BBQ side dish but just as at home on the Thanksgiving table.