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A Heart Warming Thanksgiving Full Of Recipes

Gobble Gobble….it’s the season for Thanksgiving. Everyone will soon be heading home for Thanksgiving. Many people come together on this holiday to spend time with family and friends. This holiday helps us as people remember what we are thankful for. There may be some people cooking with there family or just there to enjoy the moments that they have on this day. I am here to share some secret dishes that you can make for this day.


  • Artichoke & Spinach Chicken Casserole: This dish is really for when you want to try something different at Thanksgiving. I know a lot of people cook the same stuff every year, but maybe you would like to surprise your family with something new.
3 cupsUncooked Bow Tie Pasta
2 tablespoonsButter
½ poundFresh Mushrooms (sliced)
1Medium Onion (chopped)
2Large Eggs
1 ½ cups2% Milk
1 teaspoonItalian Seasoning
½ teaspoonSalt
¼ teaspoonPepper
½ teaspoonRed Pepper Flakes (crushed)
3 cupsCubed (cooked chicken)
14 ouncesWater-Packed Quartered Artichoke Hearts (rinsed and drained)
10 ouncesSpinach (frozen chopped, thawed and squeezed dry)
2 cupsMonterey Jack Cheese (shredded)
4 tablespoonsParmesan Cheese (grated)
⅓ cupSeasoned Bread Crumbs
1 tablespoonButter (melted)
½ teaspoonPaprika
  • Pot Roast: All you will need is some vegetables and roast. This will actually take a long time to cook so you will be able to focus on other things while your roast cooks.
  • Polish cabbage: is another really delish dish. Down below are the ingredients that you will need.
2 ½ poundsGround Beef
2 ½ poundsGround Pork
1 teaspoon eachSage (garlic powder, salt, pepper)
2 cupsRice (cooked)
1 eachRed Bell Pepper (green bell pepper, minced)
2Large Onions (minced)
2 large headsCabbage
1 boxRounded Toothpicks (optional)
2 cansTomatoes
2 cansTomato Juice
3 cansCream Of Tomato Soup
1 teaspoon eachSage (garlic powder, salt, pepper, chili powder)
1 tablespoonHungarian Paprika
⅓ cupBrown Sugar


  • Pineapple Dream: This recipe will only take one about thirty minuets to make. It is a warm and fuzzy dessert for the holiday.
2 ½ cupsGraham Crumbs (2 sleeves)
½ cupUnsalted Butter
2 cupsPowdered Sugar (sifted)
½ cupUnsalted Butter (softened)
4 ouncesCream Cheese (softened)
8 ouncesCool Whip (fat-free)
20 ouncesPineapple (crushed, drained well)
  • Peach Crumble Dessert: Now this is my ultimate favorite.
6 cupsRipe Peaches (sliced peeled)
¼ cupBrown Sugar (packed)
3 tablespoonsAll-Purpose Flour
1 teaspoonLemon Juice
½ teaspoonLemon Zest (grated)
½ teaspoonGround Cinnamon
1 cupAll-Purpose Flour
1 cupSugar
1 teaspoonBaking Powder
¼ teaspoonSalt
¼ teaspoonGround Nutmeg
1Large Egg (room temperature, lightly beaten)
½ cupButter (melted and cooled)
addVanilla Ice Cream (optional)
  • Carmel Apple Trifle: A dessert like this is one you do not want to miss.
50 gramsWhole Grain Biscuits (1.8 oz)
200 gramsHeavy Cream (milliliter, full fat, cold,/7 oz)
6Apples (small, 500 g/18 oz)
1 teaspoonCinnamon
½ teaspoonNutmeg
2 teaspoonsBrown Sugar
1 teaspoonVanilla
2 tablespoonsWater
1 cupWhite Sugar
½ cupWater
½ cupHeavy Cream (full fat, room temperature)
1 tablespoonButter
1 pinchSalt
½Big Apple (for decoration)
Khamila Stevenson

Bowling Green '22

My name is Khamila Stevenson. I am an upcoming senior at Bowling Green State University. During my sophomore year at BGSU I was affiliated with the BG News. I am excited to start this new chapter with Her Campus.
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