Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast
Turkey is a lean protein and the calories won’t get out of hand if you choose a flavorful baked recipe, like Ina’s classic herb-roasted bird.
Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut squash gives you all of the richness you want at your Thanksgiving table — your guests will never guess that this soup isn’t made with cream.
Shaved Vegetable Salad
This gorgeous salad of shaved vegetables comes together in a snap thanks to a handy mandoline slicer.
Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
Salty, crispy bacon makes everything better, especially these Brussels sprouts served warm as a holiday side dish.
Roasted Sweet Potatoes With Honey and Cinnamon
It just takes a delicate drizzle of honey to get these roasted sweet potatoes to ambrosial perfection.
These little devils feature mashed tofu at their very core, and they rely on horseradish, hot sauce, Dijon mustard and chives for that extra kick.
Ina makes a 15-minute side dish that’s sure to please. Sweet carrots go perfectly with a little butter and chopped fresh dill.
Turkey Spring Rolls
After a big, heavy meal, Ree Drummond’s spring rolls are just the ticket. Cellophane noodles are really light, making them the perfect wrapper for leftover turkey.
Turkey Roulade With Apple-Cider Gravy
Is a whole bird too big for your crowd? Try a smaller turkey roulade instead.
Vegan Wild-Rice-Stuffed Butternut Squash
This impressive autumn-inspired dish can be served as a main course for vegan and vegetarian eaters or can be enjoyed by everyone at the table as a side dish. The small amount of curry powder gives the squash a nice warmth and depth.
Herb and Apple Stuffing
Before you reach for the white loaf, opt for whole-wheat bread for a well-rounded apple-studded stuffing from Ina Garten.