Turkey frittata, roasted yam breakfast hash, grilled cheese with Brussels sprouts—Organic Beth shares 5 ways she transforms Thanksgiving leftovers into delectable day-twos!
This turkey frittata is amazing! It has a little southwest flair to its flavors, so you don’t really feel like you are eating Thanksgiving leftovers. It can be used at breakfast, brunch, or even dinner and is ready in 30 …
Smashed Baked Potatoes, Maple-Soy Sauce Green Beans, Cornbread Stuffing—spice up your holiday meal this year with Organic Beth's recipe suggestions for non-traditional Thanksgiving sides!
This recipe has the core ingredients of green bean casserole, but much lighter in its flavors. The maple-soy sauce is sweet and salty, providing a burst of umami that makes this dish addicting.
Roasted apples and Brussels sprouts make for a unique, sweet-and-savory side dish that combines the best fall flavors. Try adding toasted walnuts and dried cranberries for another layer of flavor and texture.
Are sweet potato casseroles too sweet for you? Try this recipe using pecans pan roasted in spices, oil, and a little bit of brown sugar to provide a nice crunch to par-boiled yams, which enhances the development of their simple …
Impress your Thanksgiving guests with this savory and delicious cornbread stuffing recipe! After years of perfecting her recipe, Kristine discovered the key to keeping this flavorful side dish moist is by adding apples into the mix.