Oh hey, it’s me. And evidently I’m the only blogger all over who hasn’t produced an substantial list of Every little thing you have to have to make for Thanksgiving. Perhaps it’s because I have never been that into the standard Thanksgiving food up till a number of many years in the past before that my Thanksgiving consisted of Mom’s stacked enchiladas, posole, spanish rice and empanadas.

The only matter traditional we had was pumpkin pie (due to the fact I asked for it of program). And who could get ill of those forms of leftovers? Not me.

Roasted butternut squash and brussels sprouts with pomegranate and gorgonzola on a baking tray

However, I will admit that I actually do get pleasure from turkey, cranberries and all things sweet potato in the course of this holiday getaway. There is something so absolutely comforting about all of it. I have created some of my have favorites over the several years that would be marvelous for your key food celebration: lightened up sweet potato casserole (so fabulous), maple-bacon roasted brussels sprouts (DAMN), kale quinoa edamame salad (reader most loved), maple butternut squash and apple soup (creamy, gluten absolutely free and vegan-friendly), honey pumpkin cornbread muffins (healthified), cranberry orange pecan quinoa salad and even how to make the perfect cheese platter (you fancy)!

But if you’re much a lot more into desserts, you know I’ve got people covered. My beloved consist of the greatest apple crisp ever (severely there’s brown butter in it), upside down salted caramel apple cake, soften-in your-mouth brown butter pumpkin coffee cake (ridiculously delightful), dulce de leche pumpkin mousse pie (provide it frozen if you’d like), gluten cost-free sweet potato pie with pecan crust, brown butter snickerdoodles (provide ’em with ice cream), chocolate cheesecake with nutella ganache (prize profitable!) or all those renowned nutella-stuffed brown butter chocolate chip cookies (HELL Yes).

Roasted butternut squash and brussels sprouts with pomegranate and gorgonzola on a baking tray

Oh and now, this tremendous delicious and oh-so-quick roasted squash and sprouts veggie side. Could be my side dish most loved. For reals.

Finest yet, this recipe is super quick to set jointly. The squash and sprouts are tossed in a sensational garlic-chili-maple sauce then roasted to perfection. The tangy Gorgonzola and sweet pomegranate pair splendidly and help keep this salad balanced with exceptional flavors. I considered about incorporating pecans but forgot to grab them at Trader Joe’s so I remaining them as optional in the recipe I think toasted walnuts would be delicious too!

Very last night, I had the leftovers in my fridge and resolved to saute it with some cranberry turkey sausage I picked up from TJs. UM, mouth watering! I would also suggest this with an egg on leading.Satisfied cooking and baking these future couple of days. Tag your creations #ambitiouskitchen on Instagram so I can see what you’re making!

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Recipe by: SRcooking // SRcooking | Pictures by Sarah Fennel // Broma Bakery