Last Minute Thanksgiving Dishes

November 25, 2014

You know how it is; work runs late, your paycheck didn't arrive, or you just plain forgot the day. These things can happen to anyone, but now you have to bring a dish to your family's Thanksgiving dinner celebration, and it has to not suck. Now, Foodista has done some research, and found a list of exceptionally tasty dishes from sides to desserts that are all ready in a jiffy, and taste like you DID remember the date. Check these out and you are welcome. 

3 Ingredient Cranberry Sauce

From InIt4TheLongRun

You are THAT family member. The one who can be counted on to bring nothing unless it comes from a box or can. Hey, we remember those days too, which is why we are so stoked to share this quick and easy recipe for the best cranberry sauce you have ever tasted. Relax, it's heat and eat. Bring this tasty dish, and wow your family with your skills. 

Gluten Free Drip Biscuits

From The Joyful Foodie

When all else fails, bring bread. Everyone loves it, and it compliments any sort of main dish that is thrown it's way. These biscuits are great in so many ways; they are tasty, gluten free, and drop style. That is code for Mix-And-Scoop. Nothing is easier than that except buying bread. Unless you live near a great bakery, we recommend making these. 

Roasted Beets

From LastingIngredients

Roasting beets brings out their natural sweetness. That takes a little time, but it's hands off once you get them in the oven. So, this is a perfect recipe for this last minute list. Prepare, bring to the party and pop in the oven as if it was your intent all along. No one needs to know you had exactly 10 minutes to pull it together before arriving. 

Crockpot Mashed Potatoes

From Lovely Little Kitchen

These potatoes can be made while you are at work! Now there will be time to come home, get ready to go and grab your dish. Perfectly creamy, these potatoes are flavored just right. So good! 

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