The VerMints Gang on 15th Nov 2019
So, the other day it suddenly happened. It became November. What’s next December?! But before we get too far ahead, there's Thanksgiving! And ever since the turn of the month that’s all we could thing about. More specifically – what are we eating on Thanksgiving? We LOVE thanksgiving food, the dishes and toppings and dressings and sauces. Mostly, we love every bit of the thanksgiving feast. Even down to licking the bowl clean. Yes, its happened more than once. The Holiday has swallowed our minds. It’s virtually all we think about. At work. Pumping weights. In the shower. During dinner. Thanksgiving is in our constant stream of consciousness.
The only thing to do is make a list. And check it off. Kidding - but it felt right. No, but really, make a list of all the delicious possibilities, especially those from some of our favorite cooks! The hardest part in this whole debacle is figuring out what NOT to make, well at least for us. What flavors pair well together? What dishes seem most practical? But then there’s always that little voice that craves clashing dishes – definite kitchen problems - amiright?
Ok. The list! The list will help us sort this out. It’s the best place to start AND it IS a start. Plus we thought, just maybe, our friends might add some favorites, suggestions and/or tips (all are welcome and strongly encouraged). It’s a big food celebration and we want to make it the. Best. One. Yet.
Start scorllin’ and dreamin’ about your Thanksgiving dinner!
-This cornbread is a beautiful addition to your dinner spread – gluten-free with a hint of maple. Double drool. And it’ll impress the heck out of your friends and family – if you manage to save any for them.
-This recipe is short, sweet and hella good. Who says all Thanksgiving dishes have to take forever?
-A rich, unique, decadent topping to keep contained on your mash potatoes, or like us, drench it all over e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. It’s bomb. NGL.
-We love playing around with ingredients, especially if it makes an all-time favorite, healthier and gluten-free! Cauliflower stuffing is not messing around.
-And speaking of playing around with ingredients, did you know you can switch up traditional favorites and cater them to your specific dietary needs? Delicious Vegan Pecan Pie? Can’t even.
-We’re inclined to make anything with apple in the title. No-bake, better-for-you apple cobbler had us hooked so good.
-It’s delicious, healthy and gluten-free! Nice add-on for Thanksgiving din or weekends, Mondays, Wednesdays – well you see where this is headed..
-Gluten-free, crispy, treats – perfect for Thanksgiving or any occasion.
-Because sometimes you just need a sweet treat. Fresh, homemade caramels to add to your Thanksgiving feast.
-Sausage stuffed mushrooms. It’s a thing. And you have to try it. Perfectly flavorful little caps with the best kind of fillings – it’s to die for.
-This delicious concocted butternut soup is so rich and warming, you’ll want to make it once (or twice) a week.
-Food 52 is one of our favorite foodie websites. The list of delicious recipes, fun competitions and kitchen items that you want every single one of, whether you’re a good cook or not, it’s all deadly. In the best kind of way. They’ve never steered us wrong. Thank you, Food 52!
-Combining sweet potato slices wrapped around pureed sweet potato, diced apples, shaved parmesan and toasted walnuts – pure genius.
-For something sweet - jam-packed with nutrients, this gluten-free dark chocolate avocado “pudding” wants to show your green juice what’s what. And no need to store this in the fridge – it won’t last a day.
-Well for starters, this is big on flavor. And the only thing you’ll feel guilty about after eating this is not having made more.
What are your table plans for Thanksgiving this year?