Caramelized with crispy bacon and sweetened with apples and cider, this easy-to-make recipe was a hit – expect it to convert even the most unenthusiastic Brussels sprouts eater.
This eggy pancake - sort of a cross between a pancake and frittata - comes together quickly and can be eaten in wedges with a bagged salad, or tucked into a bun or between slices of toast and taken to go.
Fried rice seems to be a favourite among kids of all ages, and it’s a great way to use up leftover rice.
Toss leftover ingredients into a skillet filled with rice to create a new meal.
Mashed potatoes are the perfect food to go with turkey and gravy.
A basic bread stuffing is easy to toss together as you prep the turkey. If not, you can always bake it alongside.
Cranberry sauce will keep for days in the fridge, and needs only to be pulled out and placed on the table.
This classic Italian dish serves as a good alternative to mac & cheese.
We love this salad at big meals, especially in fall. It’s wickedly healthy, and the colours are vibrant - saves the festive table from too many shades of brown!