We all love to impress our friends and family with delicious, creative Thanksgiving dishes. But who wants to spend all of their time in the kitchen? Today on Indy Style, I shared five easy recipes that you’ll be proud to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner.
Celery makes an appearance at the holidays in the stuffing, but this dish brings celery front and center. And it’s about time celery takes center stage! Celery is nutrient-dense and it is incredibly versatile. It deserves to take the spotlight every once in a while.
Say hello to your new favorite dessert, Upside Down Apple Cake. Trust us, once your family gets a taste of this cake, they’ll be asking for it all the time.
Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamin A, which can benefit your pup’s coat, skin, eyes, and muscles. They’re also a good source of fiber, calcium, iron, potassium, and Vitamin C. It’s easy to make your own sweet potato dog treats. 4 simple ingredients and 30 minutes are all it takes!
Apples are one of the traditional flavors of fall. I love eating them freshly picked from a local apple orchard or baked into warm fall dishes. Earlier today on Indy Style, I demonstrated three recipes featuring some of my favorite varieties of apples.
There is nothing wrong with canned pumpkin puree. It’ll do the trick just fine. But if you want to take your pumpkin pie or other pumpkin goodies to the next level of deliciousness, you’ve got to make your own pumpkin puree!
Make something unique for dinner tonight! This is one of those meals that is deceptively simple to execute. It’s so beautiful, unique, and full of flavor that one might assume it’s …
Looking for a delicious Broccolini Salad? Try Raw Broccolini Sesame Salad! This salad has a satisfying crunch and is full of flavor.
While Holiday Plums are perfectly delicious to consume as a hand-held fruit, we think this special fruit deserves a special recipe! Holiday Plum Bruschetta is as unique as the fruit itself. It’s the perfect mix of sweet and savory. We love serving it at dinner parties because guests are always impressed by its color, elegance, and taste.
Moms everywhere have been telling their kids to “eat your broccoli” since the dawn of time. And for good reason! Broccoli is rich in calcium, folate, fiber, potassium, lutein, and beta-carotene. Broccoli has twice the amount of vitamin C as oranges! It’s super low in calories and contains very little fat.