As we prepare for Thanksgiving, I wanted to share some of my favorite recipes with you that are healthy and easy to make for your upcoming holiday.
Dinner Roll Recipes
Everyone loves crescent rolls, right? Forget the little blue can, and surprise your guests with these white whole wheat crescent rolls. They are outstanding.
If you have a gluten-free friend joining your Thanksgiving celebration, make these Sweet Potato Corn Bread Squares. The texture is delightful, with just a hint of spice and the sweet potatoes make this cornbread nice and moist.
In addition, I recommend a few recipes from some of my favorite food bloggers:
- Old Fashioned Corn Bread – from Rebekah’s Food Family & Fun
- Soft Whole Wheat Pull Apart Rolls – from an Oregon Cottage
- Oatmeal Pan Rolls – from Girl vs. Dough
- Perfect Dinner Rolls – from Cheap Recipe Blog
- Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits – from Good (Cheap) Eats
- Overnight Pull Apart Rolls – from The Taste Tester
A holiday at our house is not complete without my Grandmother’s Cinnamon Sugar Bread. It is delightful and always spells holiday to me.
Wild rice is a traditional Thanksgiving ingredient, and wrapped inside a whole wheat bread, you’ll have a great wild rice bread for dinner and leftovers.
A sweet bread that would be great for breakfast on Thanksgiving day is this Apple Raisin Cinnamon Pumpkin Spice Bread. Filling and quite festive too!
To save time on Thanksgiving, make your bread ahead of time – you can use this tip to keep your bread fresh until Thanksgiving day.
A few other bread recipes I recommend:
Be sure to join us tomorrow – side dishes.