Martha Stewart makes pumpkin pie with a special spice blend and a fun phyllo crust for Thanksgiving dessert.
Cook the best Thanksgiving turkey ever with Martha Stewart's smart tips and simple techniques.
This treat showcases our Vermonters’ liquid gold, maple syrup, in a pie that’s not too sweet, a little salty and a whole lot of delicious.
Bake a delicious, seasonal apple pie for your holiday gathering.
Cozy and warming, spiced apple cider is the ultimate cold weather beverage to warm up the whole family.
Raw, shaved Brussels sprouts come together with walnuts and a sharp cheese in this lemony salad.
Creamy hot chocolate gets a spicy kick from a touch of nutmeg. Adding a bit of rum turns a kid-friendly treat into a more adult beverage.
Make the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving with this moist, juicy meat and crispy browned skin.
Crispy, sweet and slightly spicy, this pizza is by far the best use of leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
Sunny Anderson tops her individual potato ramekins with crispy bacon, fresh scallions and a drizzle of sour cream.
Roast potatoes on a bed of fresh rosemary and thyme to infuse them with plenty of herbaceous flavor.
Add crunch to tender roasted beets with toasted quinoa and crispy sunflower seeds.
Add sweet ingredients to savory butternut squash soup for a delicious balance of flavors.
Dress up cranberry sauce for the holidays with crunchy walnuts and sweet oranges.
Give empanadas a fun fall makeover with pumpkin-infused dough and a sweet cranberry and apple filling.
Top mushroom and sage pasta with nutty walnut "meatballs" for a flavorful fall dinner.
Toss butternut squash with crunchy breadcrumbs, Brussels sprouts and tomatoes for an easy autumn salad.
Cook cornbread in a cast-iron skillet for perfectly crispy edges all around.
This clever cooking technique keeps turkey moist, juicy, flavorful and gives it perfectly crispy skin.
Give pecan pie an unexpected twist for Thanksgiving with chocolate chips and a splash of bourbon.
Cheesy Parmesan, crispy bacon and toasty walnuts make Brussels sprouts a stand-out side dish.
Fluffy biscuits get a flavor boost from pumpkin puree and peanut butter.
Turn leftover turkey into tasty tacos with hot jalapeño sauce and warm spices.
Cook up a comforting turkey casserole with wild rice, cranberry sauce and stuffing.
Make roast turkey without stuffing your oven with a split breast and drumsticks.
Give that fall favorite pumpkin flavor a little love throughout the year with this gorgeous, no-bake cheesecake recipe.
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.