This recipe for spinach and artichoke dip baked into mini puff pastry bites is perfect for parties.
Use your leftover holiday turkey to make this easy enchilada casserole recipe from Siri Daly.
Gaby Dalkin's Brussels sprouts recipe calls for pomegranate seeds for a pop of color and bright flavor.
Pomegranate seeds and candied sunflower seeds liven up a broccoli, delicata squash and rice salad.
If you have leftover ham from Christmas, Easter or any other occasion, make Siri Daly's easy ham and vegetable casserole recipe.
This is one of my go-to recipes when I have ripened bananas in the house. My kids gobble them up.
The best part? Each pie shot is only 30 calories a piece. Bottoms up!
Singer Patti LaBelle's sweet potato pie may be sold out in stores but Today.com got the recipe
Gigi Butler, of Gigi's Cupcakes, shares the easy pumpkin bread recipe that was passed down from her great-great grandmother.
This edible terrarium filled with "soil" made from black olive breadcrumbs and vegetables will be the hit of your next party.
Apple pie gets even more warm and comforting with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. Don't forget the vanilla ice cream, though.
Savory sausage, melty mozzarella and fluffy rice give Thanksgiving stuffing an Italian twist.
Serve up a simple-to-assemble shaved Brussels sprout salad to kick off your Thanksgiving.
Al Roker's mom makes sweet potato casserole topped with toasted marshmallows for Thanksgiving.
Delight dinner guests with these no-bake pecan bars that don't skimp on flavor or texture.
Sheinelle's dad uses three kinds of peppers to add serious spice to slow-cooked collard greens for Thanksgiving.
Make mashed potatoes even more delicious with melty cheese, caramelized onions and fresh herbs.
Infuse turkey gravy with rich port wine for a flavorful upgrade to the traditional Thanksgiving sauce.
Keep Thanksgiving prep quick and easy with no-cook cranberry relish studded with apricot and almonds.
Start your Thanksgiving celebration with butternut squash and ricotta toasts to get your appetite going.
Make mini apple tarts with Siri Daly's genius trick that turns mason jar lids into individual tart pans.
Make Thanksgiving sides easy with one-pan stratta filled with fresh broccoli and melty cheese.
Infuse red wine with zesty citrus, warm spices and dried fruit for an easy fall cocktail.
This sweet potato casserole is perfect for any holiday crowd because the simple, but delicious, recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
Elegant and simple almond bars are the perfectly sweet finish to any autumn meal.
Add a savory twist to flaky, homemade buttermilk biscuits with fresh chives and black pepper.
Turn a tasty party cheese ball into an edible fall pumpkin centerpiece with this easy kitchen trick.
With the help of some pro apple coring tips, this apple crisp even easier than apple pie.
Savory fennel stuffing is the perfect accompaniment to spicy rubbed and glazed pork tenderloin.
Upgrade sweet potatoes by baking them twice and finishing them off with candied bacon.
These biscuits have got a spicy vegetable surprise inside.
Melissa Clark shares a recipe for lattice-top apple pie with dulce de leche. Don't forget the whipped cream!
Fresh cranberries give homemade applesauce a pretty red color and tart tang that makes it even more delicious.
This rustic date and apple tart is the perfect dessert for any fall or winter celebration.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady makes creamy mashed potatoes even dreamier by adding kale and goat cheese.
Brussels sprouts are incredibly delicious when sauteed with onions and bacon in this easy one-pan recipe from the queen's former chef Darren McGrady.
Save space on the stovetop by making your holiday mashed potatoes in the slow cooker.
Make Thanksgiving a little easier with this quick and easy 5-ingredient turkey gravy.
Make a cheesy grilled sandwich using leftover Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce and more.
There's no such thing as too much turkey! These mini sandwiches are deliciously hearty and absolutely adorable.
These savory waffles are the perfect way to use leftover stuffing for a delicious day-after Thanksgiving brunch meal.
Combine your favorite sweet Thanksgiving treats into one lusciously layered dessert trifle.