Post # 1
We’re traveling 3 hours away to a Thanksgiving celebration and with everything else going on, the stove probably won’t be available for reheating. Do you have any recommendations on Thanksgiving dishes that don’t need to be served warmed? Any recipes would be helpful…
*I thought about just doing pumpkin cookies*
Post # 3
Deserts are always a good choice! Also, you can do a chilled soup. http://www.cooksrecipes.com/soups/chilled-soup-recipes.html
Post # 4
Shaved brussel sprout and craisin salad with a bacon and cider dressing. Sooo good! I make my own recipe, but the below is a good guideline
There are lots of salad options (I would go for a non-lettuce based salad to make it more festive and unique)
A homemade orange-cranberry sauce? This is a good one.
Or how about corn bread? Or if you can, make your own dinner rolls?
Post # 5
Graham Cracker crumbs, butter, cool whip (large tub), 2 pckgs cream cheese pudding, 2 pckgs pumpkin pudding
melt butter in the bottom of a 9×12 pan, press crumbs in to make crust, layer cream cheese pudding, pumpkin pudding, cool whip, cream cheese pudding, pumpkin pudding and cool whip, sprinkle some of the left over crumbs on top
You can use this anytime of the year, just change out the pumpkin pudding for other ones
Post # 6
My husband loves pretzel salad. After 3 years of eating it at his parents house for Thanksgiving- I think I am going to miss not having it this year.
Post # 7
Mmm, I don’t know about you and your crowd, but I love broccoli salad!
Post # 8
Cranberry sauce or a dessert? Pumpkin cookies also sound delish! That would be a cute, fun alternative to your traditional pies.
Post # 9
@creativeplannertobee:Mmm, love brocolli salad.
@lefeymw: I thought about doing cornbread, but I think someone else is bringing homemade bread of some type.
@Megan316: Sounds yummy and simple.
@Lolasmomma:Wow, that looks tastey. Might have to try that one.
@candykiss:I’ve never had chilled soup…hmm…
Post # 10
Here’s the pumpkin cookie recipe that I was thinking about…I’ve made the cookies before and they are yummy. Just thought I would share:
Post # 11
FI’s family does this recipe at every function they have. It’s a cole slaw type of thing with ramen noodles and almonds. I am normally a food snob and would find this weird but it happens to be really good!
(Just buy a bag of cole slaw in teh salad section, don’t bother with shredding your own cabbage, ridic)