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15 Dishes To Bring For Friendsgiving This Year

15 Dishes To Bring For Friendsgiving This Year

Friendsgiving is right around the corner! With that in mind, here are some of the best recipes that you can take with you to impress everyone!

Impress all your friends this Friendsgiving with these delicious (and easy to make) recipes!

1. Cranberry Orange Iced Tea Sparklers

Instead of serving the usual: water, soda, liquor, and cider, get creative and serve these delicious iced tea sparklers instead.


2. Maple Dijon Roasted Butternut Squash

Cooking for anyone who is vegan during the holidays can be challenging but have no fear! Your vegan friends will certainly eat up this dish since it is not only vegan, but paleo as well. Check out the recipe here.

3. Crockpot Turkey Breast

We all know that turkey is a must for Thanksgiving but if you are cooking for a small group, it might be best to making crockpot turkey breast instead.


4. Gingersnap Apple Crisp with Cream Cheese and Walnuts

If everyone finds room in their bellies after all the turkey and stuffing, make this sweet apple crisp for dessert!

5. Pomegranate and Cranberry Bruschetta

Looking to make an appetizer that will be a hit? Make bruschetta layered with pomegranate and cranberry.


6. Pumpkin Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

Mac and Cheese is one of the most universally loved foods. But to add a healthier and more “autumny” kick to it, include pumpkin and cauliflower. Check out the recipe here.

7. Brown Butter and Honey-Glazed Carrots

This side dish will be a guaranteed hit with your friends. And all it takes is a few simple ingredients like butter, honey, spices, and carrots of course. Check out the recipe here.


8. Brown Rice and Sweet Potato Salad

Instead of making a boring salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, and store-bought dressing, be extra for your friends and make this delicious Brown Rice and Sweet Potato Salad!

9. Broccoli Cheddar Bites

As a warning, you might have to double this recipe because they will certainly be gone the second the plate hits the table.


10. Cranberry Pecan Cauliflower Stuffing

If you have friends who are health conscious, make this low-carb stuffing that might even taste better than traditional stuffing.

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11. Cornbread Muffins

Many people resort to buying the Jiffy Cornbread Mix during the holidays, but you can make even better cornbread muffins from scratch using a few ingredients. And the muffins will be done in only thirty minutes. Check out the recipe here.

12. Fresh Butter Rolls

Do not be lazy and use the “heat and serve” rolls. These butter rolls are absolutely foolproof and for a quick shortcut, use a muffin tin. Check out the recipe here.


13. Mashed Red Potatoes with Parmesan and Garlic

Jazz up a boring bowl of mashed potatoes by using parmesan and garlic. Check out the recipe here.

14. Sweet Potato Casserole Bites with Marshmallows

This dish is an innovative version of sweet potato casserole and it looks oh-so pretty on the table. What is even better is that they are ridiculously easy to make and only require very few ingredients.


15. Apple Cider Float

All you need is apple cider, vanilla ice cream, a dash of cinnamon, and ten minutes of your time. And if you want these drinks to be Pinterest-worthy, serve them in a mason jar. This is one of the best Friendsgiving recipes!

Are you doing Friendsgiving this year? What are your Friendsgiving recipes? Tell us in the comments!
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