While I pride myself on holding off of Christmas music, baking and decorating until after Thanksgiving, I have no problem starting the Christmas party the day after Thanksgiving, which is exactly what I’m doing on the blog today!
This scrumptious breakfast recipe for Sweet Potato Pancakes makes great use of leftover mashed sweet potatoes after Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I couldn’t be more excited for Cranberry Glazed Turkey, Sweet Potato Stuffing and Mashed Sweet Potatoes! And the best news is, I’ve already got delicious recipes for all of the leftovers!
This scrumptious puff pastry recipe is filled with cream cheese, turkey and cranberry relish, perfect for putting those Thanksgiving leftovers to use!
It’s two days until Thanksgiving, and while some of you might be preparing to make your first whole turkey EVER, I actually got to experience this feat two weeks ago!
Thanksgiving leftovers are turned into a delicious breakfast casserole filled with Hawaiian rolls, turkey, veggies and herbs!
It’s officially the week of Thanksgiving, and while you might still be planning your Thanksgiving dinner menu, I’m already making recipes with the leftover Thanksgiving dishes I made for “Thanksgiving Week”on the blog last week!
This delectable vegan & gluten free recipe for Maple Roasted Brussel Sprouts & Apples is the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas or a fall dinner party!
It’s day five & the last day of “Thanksgiving Week” on WhitneyBond.com!
While I certainly couldn’t pick a favorite between all of the recipes this week including Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Stuffing, Oven Roasted Turkey with Cranberry Jalapeno Relish, Baked Sweetpotato & Three Cheese Dip, Cranberry Apple Sangria, and this recipe for Maple Roasted Brussel Sprouts & Apples, my boyfriend made his favorite immediately known, and it was this recipe for brussels sprouts.
Cranberries and apples give this delicious sangria recipe tons of great fall flavors, mix up a pitcher to celebrate the holidays with friends and family!
It’s day four of “Thanksgiving Week” on WhitneyBond.com, and it just so happens to also be “Thirsty Thursday”!
What better way to
handle, I mean enjoy ;-), the holidays with your family than with a pitcher of boozy sangria!
Creamy sweet potatoes are combined with three cheeses & spices in this scrumptious new cheese dip recipe that’s both vegetarian & gluten free!
It’s day three of “Thanksgiving Week” on WhitneyBond.com, and today I’m doing a little midweek dipping!
For this recipe I partnered up with my friends at California Sweetpotatoes to create the perfect appetizer to get your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving celebration started!
A whole oven roasted turkey is sliced and served with cranberry jalapeno relish for a sweet and spicy kick to Thanksgiving!
It’s day two of “Thanksgiving Week” on WhitneyBond.com, and Turkey Tuesday!
Yesterday I shared a simple Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Stuffing recipe, and today I’m sharing an easy way to prepare a whole oven roasted turkey, with a delicious side of Cranberry Jalapeno Relish!
Let this delicious sweet potato stuffing recipe slow cook while preparing your Thanksgiving meal, leaving extra space in the oven & saving you time!
Welcome to “Thanksgiving Week” on WhitneyBond.com where I’ll be sharing 5 new recipes to get you ready for the big dinner next week!
The line up goes a little something like this:
- Monday: Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Stuffing
- Tuesday: Oven Roasted Turkey with Cranberry Jalapeno Relish
- Wednesday: Baked Sweet Potato & Three Cheese Dip
- Thursday: Cranberry Apple Thanksgiving Sangria
- Friday: Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Apples
Seriously, my mouth just started watering thinking about all of these delicious recipes I got to chow down on last week, and I’m so excited to share them with you all!
For todays post, I partnered up with Louis Kemp Crab Delights® to create a hot crab dip that everyone is sure to love this holiday season!
Hot dips are always a crowd favorite, as well as one of my favorite things to make for parties. It’s easy to toss a dip together and put it in the refrigerator until time for the party, then pop it in the oven and serve up a delicious, hot dip for your guests.
If there’s one thing I know how to do, it’s how to throw one heck of a party!
Whether it’s my annual Superbowl or Christmas/Birthday Cocktail Party, or just a random football watch party, I go all out on the food and fun!
Well hello there friends! Long time, no see!
If you’ve been wondering where the new posts have been for the past week, they were on hold while I took a trip to the east coast.
I started off my trip to New York & Washington DC hosting a Satellite Media Tour with PLUS Media all about Friendsgiving. You can check out several of the segments online at the following links:
- Celebrating Friendsgiving on San Diego Living
- Friendsgiving Meal Ideas with Candace Rose
- Tips for the Perfect Friendsgiving with Sarah Scoop
Following the media tour, I ventured into New York City to check out some of the best spots to eat in the city. I’m currently compiling all of my favorites into an NYC City Guide that I’ll be sharing in the next couple of weeks on the blog! In the meantime you can check out my Instagram page to see a sneak peak of where all I was eating while in the city!
After leaving NYC, I headed down to Washington DC to eat my way through yet another city! I’ll also be sharing a Washington DC city guide soon with all of my favorite spots to eat in the nations capitol.
I’m now on a plane back to home sweet sunny San Diego. As soon as I arrive home I’ll be heading straight into the kitchen! I have so many awesome recipe ideas that I can’t wait to create, then share with you all for Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving & Thanksgiving leftovers!
For today’s post, I partnered up with Hunt’s canned tomato products to create a delicious new recipe that I know will be an instant family favorite!
I am TOTALLY obsessed with this dish, that’s full of my favorite things, cheesy filled pasta, Italian sausage and rich, hearty marinara sauce!