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Thanksgiving Dinner Made Easy

prepping a turkey for cooking with citrus and peppers

If you’re making the food for Thanksgiving this year, we want to help! We’re sharing a few delicious recipes with residents of our Landmark at Hatchery Hill apartment community in Fitchburg, WI. Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t have to be extravagant. Quite the contrary! It can be extremely simple and still taste amazing! Don’t believe us? Applying these great recipes to your Thanksgiving menu is a recipe for success!

Sweet Potato Casserole

This recipe combines mashed roasted sweet potatoes with a crunchy pecan topping and a gooey marshmallow center. You’ll need the following ingredients for the main component of this dish: three pounds of sweet potatoes, ¼ cup unsalted butter, ¼ cup sugar, ¼ cup milk, a large egg, ½ teaspoon vanilla extract, and ¼ teaspoon salt. The recipe has eight steps in total and only requires 20 minutes of preparation. Let’s know what you think by leaving a comment below today’s post!

Slow Cooker Cranberry Pecan Stuffing

No Thanksgiving is complete without stuffing. Sure, this recipe takes four hours to cook, but getting everything together takes 15 minutes at the most! (And the slow cooker does all the work for you, giving you extra oven space.) Enjoy eating the “best and easiest stuffing ever made right in the crockpot.”

Juicy Thanksgiving Turkey

Sounds good, doesn’t it? This recipe may have a lot of ingredients, but there are only three steps to follow, and the results look amazing! Check out what one person said about this recipe: “We used this recipe this Thanksgiving and the turkey came out EXCELLENT! We marinaded [sic] the turkey in the champagne and broth for 24 hours before and rubbed the seasonings in the turkey cavity and under the skin and stuffed with carrots, onions, celery and orange as directed. The result was a juicy turkey (even the white meat) that was full of flavor!! Thanks so much!!!”

Have any easy-to-make Thanksgiving recipes you’re dying to share? Comment with them below. Thanks for reading. Happy Thanksgiving!