Food & Recipes
Make your Thanksgiving deliciously stress-free with food and recipes you'll want to make year after year. Find fun kid-friendly takes on classics and discover new snack and sidedish ideas that kids will love!
Prepare a delicious holiday meal that's just right for baby.
From scooping and seasoning to spreading and rolling, these recipes have tons of steps that kids can really do all on their own. (Just be sure to adjust and supervise based on age and ability!)
Invite your guests to mingle and munch on these tasty appetizers while you put the finishing touches on Thanksgiving dinner!
Make grocery shopping a snap. Print this organized list of everything you need to make our complete Thanksgiving menu and take it with you to the store.
Crunchy and sweet, these Marshmallow Pilgrim Hat Treats are a great way to cap a Thanksgiving classroom party.
Turn traditional holiday favorites into baby-friendly fare with easy-to-make recipes for nutritious purees, simple finger foods, and more.
In need of one more side dish to complete your family's Thanksgiving feast? Our quiz will tell you which one is a necessity for your table.Take Quiz
No apples were harmed in the making of these cupcakes.
Your family will be oh-so-thankful for these fun holiday desserts!
Add whimsy to a traditional Thanksgiving dessert with this cute-as-pie idea.
These candy-topped treats are a sweet addition to your feast or a Thanksgiving school party.
Learn how to make a delicious Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Latte. This easy recipe uses just five ingredients for a fall coffee treat.
These irresistible treats are sure to be gobbled up as soon as they land on the dessert table.
This recipe for Ice Cream Pumpkin Pie is a deliciously cool sweet treat that will wow even Thanksgiving pie purists. So level-up your classic slice of pumpkin pie by adding chocolate chip and pumpkin ice cream to the mix.
Showcase autumn's fruits, veggies, and flavors with these tempting in-season recipes
No one wants to worry about preparing dinner in the hectic days leading up to Thanksgiving. Our advice: Rely on your slow cooker for simple hands-off meals.
When you need a great Thanksgiving or a school party treat, these tasty turkeys fit the bill.
Every family celebrates Thanksgiving a little differently. Get inspired by Parents staffers' favorite holiday recipes. You just might find one or two new ideas perfect for your little Pilgrims.
Nine foods (and how to serve them) that even the smallest holiday diners can enjoy.
Let's face it, even though the turkey is at the center of the plate, the Thanksgiving meal wouldn't be complete without showstopping side dishes. We've put a new spin on classic favorites that are sure to please everyone at the table.
Easiest Thanksgiving Dinner Ever!
Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving for the first time or you just want a turkey refresher, this poultry primer covers everything you need to know to make the perfect bird this holiday season. Think of it as your ultimate guide to Thanksgiving turkey.
Butter, milk, a bit of heavy cream, and our secret ingredient--a dash of vinegar--make these the most delicious potatoes ever. If you want to make them ahead of time, reheat in the microwave at half-power, stirring every 3 minutes until hot.
Three very different variations on the ultimate Thanksgiving side dish.
You can put together any of these delicious holiday favorites in 15 minutes or less.