Under 1 Hour Thanksgiving Ideas

by Rebekah — cooked up on November 27, 2013

SO, you’ve been invited to Thanksgiving. You’re supposed to bring something. Thanksgiving is tomorrow, or today, depending on when you are reading this, I guess. The problem is, you have no idea what to do. Panic sets in.

I have never, EVER, done that myself, no siree.

Of course I have. But not this year. I’m so excited to spend Thanksgiving(ukkah?) with some of my dearest friends tomorrow. We’ve been planning for quite some time, so I think our meal is under control for tomorrow. But it’s not always like that, is it? It’s easy for life to get in the way of planning something or making something or thinking of something for you to bring.

Is that you this year? Fear not! I have a big roundup of some of my favorite seasonal fall and winter recipes that would be perfect to bring to a Thanksgiving dinner. And here’s the best part: they all come from the “under 1 hour” tag on my blog. Some of them don’t even require cooking! If you’re still searching for ideas, bid your stress goodbye and make one of these easy recipes:

Piquillo Pepper Dip


Spicy Sweet Potatoes with Greek Yogurt | PDXfoodlove


Sides and salads:

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookie Bars | PDXfoodlove


1 Comment

  1. I LOVE this post! Because you know if I had been hosting this year I’d find myself missing something crucial Thanksgiving morning.

    Comment by Mary K — November 28, 2013 at 9:05 pm

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Other fall recipes to try:

Roasted Tomato and Garlic Soup

Hands down my favorite thing to do with my armloads of summer tomatoes.

Chocolate Pumpkin “Chumpkin” Pie

One pie to rule them all ?

Delicata Squash & Coconut Rice Buddha Bowl

Basically, my dream post-gym dinner.