In case some of you are trying to do some last-minute menu planning, the slacker blogger in me put together a quick list my personal Thanksgiving favorites:
Important. You should always have breakfast – especially when it includes cinnamon rolls or casserole.
My Mom’s Breakfast Casserole – similar recipe here.
Or you know, a bagel slathered with peanut butter before running a half marathon. Guzzle beer after half. That counts, right?
An often overlooked part of Thanksgiving, having snacks around to prep the stomach for a day full of eating is always a good idea. Plus it keeps unwanted hands out of the kitchen.
Plain old veggie tray with dip – always a winner in our house!
I’m truly a fan of Thanksgiving sides. To me, its the best part of the meal. I could go completely without turkey – just sides.
French’s Green Bean Casserole – you really can’t beat it.
Sister Shubert Parker House Rolls are like crack. Just a warning.
You know what I said about Sides being the best part of Thanksgiving? I lied. It’s actually dessert.