Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. I don’t know about you, but the menu planning is the best part! You can get creative while pooling your favorite dishes for a fantastic spread. I’m super excited to get you ready for your big dinner with some show-stopping dishes that’ll be devoured right off of the table. Whether you are hosting at your house, are a guest bringing a dish, hosting a “Friendsgiving”, or just looking for a delicious veggie side, this dish is for you!
Simply roasted with some touches that’ll shine. That’s what I’m all about. Plus, just look at those colors!
Line a baking sheet and spread out veggies across it
Top with thyme and sage
Roast for 45-50 minutes, tossing halfway through
Once soft and tender, remove from the oven
Remove any stems (from grapes and herbs)
If adding honey, add while veggies are warm and toss
Add additional salt and pepper as desired and serve hot
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P.S. Don’t forget to use my handy guide to plan your meal!
Whether you are hosting your Thanksgiving meal this year or you are a guest bringing something sweet, healthy recipes are always appreciated. I have put together an assortment of my favorite and popular Fall recipes in this Healthy Thanksgiving Round-up that are of course gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo-friendly for your Thanksgiving meal this year.
My plans? We go to Mike’s parents for Thanksgiving and my mom is coming into town (yay!). I am in charge of a few dishes and am bringing my Cranberry Apple Crisp, Apple Cider Sangria, and my Brussels Sprout Slaw with Cranberries and Crumbled Candied Pecans. I’ll probably make some chocolate covered fruit as well; I always like to bring an extra treat that I don’t feel at all guilty about! I am going into Thanksgiving (and through the holiday season) with the mindset that I’ll treat myself a little here and there, but I am not going to over do it. Tip: don’t go starving to your dinner party!
I’ll probably make some chocolate covered fruit as well; I always like to bring an extra treat that I don’t feel at all guilty about! I am going into Thanksgiving (and through the holiday season) with the mindset that I’ll treat myself a little here and there, but I am not going to over do it. Tip: don’t go starving to your dinner party!