Most Thanksgiving dinners feature the usual suspects of Fall ingredients, but how can you make them more interesting? Here are a few recipes to change up your menu.
  1. Roasted Squash Creme Brûlée
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    Squash is normally a side dish, but it deserves a turn at dessert stardom! It's warm, unusual, and downright classy:
  2. Crustless Apple Pie
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    Apple Pie is a Thanksgiving standard, and we love that this version create individualized mini-versions! The pie filling bakes inside the apple itself:
  3. Carrots al Pastor
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    You've seen carrots steamed, you've seen them roasted, but let's try something completely different. That's right - these carrots are marinated "al pastor" style:
  4. Spiced Cranberry Sangria
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    Forget conjealed cranberries sitting in a bowl. Let's drink it! The cranberries are reduced to a syrup, and sangria is easy to make for a large group:
  5. Roasted Squash Cornbread
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    Including roasted squash in your cornbread recipe gives it a rich golden color and a moist crumbs:
  6. Pumpkin Maple Creme Caramel
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    The popularity of "pumpkin spice" gave pumpkin a bad name. This creme caramel recipe is the PR campaign that pumpkin needs. It's a custard dessert of silky goodness:
  7. Delicata Squash and Sage Biscuits
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    Parker House Rolls get all the glory on Thanksgiving. We're infusing squash's Fall flavor into these biscuits, and they are so tender and buttery: