Thanksgiving is right around the corner and whether it’s your first or your 30th time hosting it can be stressful. Guess what? It doesn’t have to be, you just have to plan ahead. To help you get ready I have pulled together some Thanksgiving Preparation and Cooking Tips, Recipes and more so that with a little advance preparation you can be ready for the big day and be able to relax–yes, relax–and enjoy the day with your family.
Thanksgiving Preparation and Cooking Tips, Recipes and More
Print out out my Thanksgiving Preparation Checklishttps://goodfoodandfamilyfun.com/thanksgiving-dinner-preparation-checklist/. It will walk you through getting ready for Thursday day by day.
Print out the Thanksgiving Menu Planner–this is also included in the Thanksgiving Preparation Checklist.
How to Choose and Make the Right Turkey from my friend Heather at Real:The Kitchen and Beyond will give you tips for choosing and making the perfect turkey!
How to Freeze Mashed Potatoes–did you know the you can make mashed potatoes in advance and freeze them? Then you just have to defrost and warm them on Thanksgiving and you are ready to go.
Apple Pie from Scratch–who doesn’t love apple pie? Well this version whips up in no time and tastes great.
Cherry Oatmeal Cobbler–I love Cherry Pie but this Cherry Oatmeal cobbler tastes just like it and is ready in no time. Give it a try this Thanksgiving!
Parmesan Green Beans–make your green beans extra tasty by roasting them and finishing them off with a dash of parmesan cheese, yum!
Need an easy Craft that will bless your family? Make a Count Your Blessings Thanksgiving Jar.
Thanksgiving Coloring pages are a great way to keep the kids occupied on Thanksgiving Day.
Easy Thanksgiving Centerpieces make your table look festive without a lot of fuss.