This no-bake chocolate bark is the perfect Thanksgiving dessert because it’s fast, no-bake, and includes warm fall colors. Candied orange peel and dried cranberries lend a sweet/tart flavor, and chopped pistachios give this dark chocolate bark a wonderful crunch.
Last week, I did a recipe roundup of skinny Thanksgiving sides & sweets. Since we covered the heavy hitters, we’re ready to talk leftovers. if you end up drowning in gravy (yumm) and swimming in cranberry sauce (yesss), then you might need some more creative ways to use your leftovers so you don’t bore your lovely little taste buds. I’ve gotcha.
This whole grain wheat berry salad will add a burst of color to any Thanksgiving table. Chunks of roasted butternut squash are tossed with bright pomegranate arils, sliced green apple, baby kale and candied walnuts, all bundled up in a warm cider vinaigrette.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow! If you’re still planning your menu, I’ve got a simple, wholesome side dish that combines some of the best Thanksgiving flavors in a pretty package. You roast acorn squash halves and then fill them with a red quinoa, fruit and nut salad all tossed in warm maple vinaigrette. So, on this Technique…