Herb and Pear Glazed Roast Turkey with Fig and Goat Cheese Stuffing
Abandon the ordinary this holiday and serve guests a meal that they will savour, thanks to the mouthwatering combinations of sweet and savoury ingredients. Herb and Pear Glazed Roast Turkey with Fig and Goat Cheese Stuffing will be a Thanksgiving feast they won’t ever forget.
Sausage and Couscous Stuffed Peppers
Is a turkey too intimidating? Make these Sausage and Couscous Stuffed Peppers for your Thanksgiving main instead!
Apples and fall go hand in hand, so put some apples in your hand with these apple turnovers. They taste and look delicious PLUS they can be prepared in advance and they are easy to whip up with store bought puff pastry!
Roasted Pie Pumpkins with Wild Rice, Apple & Kale Stuffing
Pumpkins aren’t just for pie and halloween! Stuff them to make a more vegetable-focused Thanksgiving main!
Tuscan Stuffed Ontario Mushrooms
These stuffed Ontario mushrooms incorporate Italian flavours in a hearty bite! Make them as a delicious appetizer or side for your family dinner!
Roasting is an easy way to get sweet, tender carrots. The dry heat from the oven draws out the natural sugars from the carrots, leaving them slightly caramelized. They make a great side for a variety of meat dishes.
Raw Beet Salad with Lime Ginger Dressing
Beets’ crisp, mellowed sweet flavour is complemented by lime and ginger, then combined with more crunchy veggies like carrot and cucumber. A delicious salad that’s a great contrast to all the hearty, rich flavours of typical Thanksgiving fare!
Warm Brussels Sprout Salad
The sweet and crunchy nature of this salad makes it a crowd-pleaser that’s great warm or at room temperature. Try making this warm Brussels sprout salad as a new way of serving Brussels sprouts at Thanksgiving!
Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes
Creamy, sweet and flavourful mashed potatoes are so good, you won’t need to drown them in gravy (but we won’t stop you if you do!). With creamy goat cheese and garlic flavour, these caramelized onion mashed potatoes are bound to be a holiday staple because they’re just that good.
Spicy Ontario Greenhouse Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Sometimes the hardest part about Thanksgiving is waiting for the feast to begin! Curb your hunger with this version of a spicy-sweet Middle Eastern dip, called Muhammara, can be served with fresh vegetables, crackers or pita, or serve as a spread in sandwiches or wraps. Garnish with additional chopped walnuts if desired.
Maple dill carrots are a classic side dish that’s simple enough for everyday dinner but tasty enough to be a colourful side dish for a holiday dinner!
Spiralized Thai Cucumber Salad
With so many people requiring healthier or gluten-free options, this spiralized cucumber salad is a great option (provided you use GF soy sauce of course). This is a great side that everyone will enjoy!
Fresh Ontario Greenhouse Tomato-Basil Soup
This vibrant, Ontario greenhouse Tomato basil soup is a warming and comforting soup that’s a delicious way to celebrate local Ontario food at your Thanksgiving feast!
Smokey Apple Oka Bites
To keep bellies full while holiday drinks are going round, satiating finger food is essential—like these apple oka bites!
Gluten-Free Brussels Sprout Gratin
Instead of using a flour-based white sauce and a breadcrumb crust, this twist on classic gratin offers a gluten-free option and a dash of added protein with an almond-based topping.