Get tips for making a family-friendly Thanksgiving meal your family will remember for years to come.
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!)
Turkey Day will go off without a hitch when you include dishes designed for a kid's picky palate. Try our recipes for childproof twists on Thanksgiving favorites -- that you'll enjoy too.
Kids will like the mini cheese ravioli used in this main dish soup. It's made with ground turkey, which keeps it low in fat and calories.
Say goodbye to leftovers and hello to delicious personal-sized pot pies!
This slow cooker recipe combines favorite Tex Mex chili ingredients with New England baked beans and corn. The result is a hearty family-style chili or if you prefer, chowder. If you like, use ground beef instead of ground turkey.
These tortilla snacks are transformed for a Halloween party. The tasty disguised turkey and ham combos make a quick and fun dish even the pickiest eaters won't refuse.
Recipe by Mark Bittman
Follow our foolproof plan to get a modern, delicious turkey dinner for eight on the table -- and look relaxed the entire time.
Crunchy and sweet, these Marshmallow Pilgrim Hat Treats are a great way to cap a Thanksgiving classroom party.
Serve up a delicious Thanksgiving dinner that your entire family will love--without spending hours in the kitchen.
Add whimsy to a traditional Thanksgiving dessert with this cute-as-pie idea.
Serve this bright orange soup for dinner around Halloween. Top with chopped apples to add fall flavors.
This new spin on the popular sandwich uses ground turkey combined with zucchini, cheese, onion powder, and basil. Substitute a sandwich thin for the bun in this kid-favorite recipe.
Fall into Autumn by cooking with the flavors of the season. There is no better time to embrace the deliciously warm essences of maple, cinnamon, ginger, and apple cider.
Get a head start on the biggest meal of the year by prepping and cooking ahead of time.
Potlucks make way for giving thanks instead of getting stressed over preparing holiday meals. Hosts and guests divvy up the menu so preparations are more manageable and relaxed. The shared feasts are also a perfect opportunity to discover and try new recipes. This roundup of suggestions covers the categories so you'll be set with an idea for whatever you're assigned.
Whether Thanksgiving is at your house this year or you're bringing a dish for a potluck, these festive, easy-to-create treats and snacks will WOW the crowd. And what's even better: There's no need to worry about making these snacks and sweets from scratch. You'll find all the premade ingredients at your local grocery store.
The days of sweating over a turkey or stressing over mashed potatoes are over! We've rounded up the best hints and cheats from expert chefs and authors to help you keep your cool while prepping this mother of a meal. Armed with our advice, your big feast will be a breeze.
Simplify holiday cooking with these hands-free slow-cooker dishes. We've gathered 15 of our yummiest favorites that'll free up your schedule during this hectic season.
These candy-topped treats are a sweet addition to your feast or a Thanksgiving school party.