My Favorite Recipes to Make for Thanksgiving Day

These are a few of my favorite recipes to make for Thanksgiving Day.

We all need a traditional Thanksgiving this year.

2020 has been and still is difficult for most of us. We need something to ground us in home, family, and tradition. This year, Thanksgiving will mean more than ever, as most of us will finally get to be with friends and family that we have not been with due to social distancing. I am sharing some of my favorite recipes that will make your Thanksgiving table warm and inviting.

10 Family Savvy Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

Garlic Butter, Lemon & Herb Slow Cooked Turkey Breast. 

Perfect Lemon Sage Whole Roasted Turkey

Brown Sugar Glazed Kentucky Ham

Wicked Deviled Eggs

Easy, Make Ahead Ruth’s Chris Sweet Potato Casserole

White Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese

Fabulous Walnut Cranberry Sauce (Perfect for Eating or Gifting)

Leslie’s Fabulous Cranberry Jalapeno Salsa

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse Chopped Salad Copycat Recipe

Yummy Baked Rice Made with Beef Consomme and Mushrooms (Church Lady Rice)

My Family’s Favorite Mississippi Green Beans

I love serving lots of desserts to round out our Thanksgiving meal. You can find my top favorite desserts in my Family Savvy Dessert Ebook. It is full of tried and true foods that satisfy our sweet tooth.

 Where to Shop My Kitchen Tools and Workhorses

In my recipes, I always share my favorite kitchen tools, cookware, small appliances and other favorites. For those of you who love to shop my faves, you can now find everything in one place here on my Family Savvy Amazon Store.

I update my amazon store regularly, so always check back. This storefront allows me to share all faves by category on one easy to shop page. If you want to come back and shop, you’ll find the store in the header under “Amazon Faves.”

I hope one or more of these recipes is helpful to you this holiday! As always, I’d love to hear from you in the comments~questions, suggestions or more! Wishing you a joyful, blessed and savvy day!!!

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  1. Hi, Jamie!
    Can you tell me where you got that beautiful clear big bowl for your Ruth Chris’ Copy Cat Chopped Salad recipe? Love it!

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