Yet another Thanksgiving is fast approaching. If you are getting burnt out on the same old traditional Thanksgiving dinner year after year, try one of these surprising twists on Thanksgiving dinner for this year’s celebration:
Maple-Roasted Sweet Potatoes
When we consume potatoes during Thanksgiving, we typically have mashed potatoes or sweet potato casserole. The maple-roasted sweet potatoes are a unique and tasty twist that are only 96 calories per serving.
Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts and Sage
The kids may oppose this one just because they’ve been taught that Brussels sprouts are icky, but we adults know the truth: Brussels sprouts are delicious. They’re just not commonly eaten at Thanksgiving. Ditch the green bean casserole and try making this delicious dish instead.
Fruit Salad with Cranberry Dressing
Cranberries are a Thanksgiving staple, but if eating them by themselves has never been your cup of tea, you might like them more when they’re used more subtly in a dish. The dressing is delicious, and the fruit is a refreshing change of pace after all the savory foods of Thanksgiving. Get the recipe here.
Move over, pumpkin pie. There’s a new pumpkin delicacy in town. These biscuits are perfectly sweet but also full of healthy goodies, like vitamins A, C, and E.
We at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet near Hickory, NC hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.