Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas

Easily plan your holiday meals and enjoy easy ideas for holiday parties. Festive season in my house starts little too early. I should say the whole year is actually sounds festive as I cook a lot. February-Valentine, May-Mother’s Day & Memorial Day, then I celebrate two of my most favorite Indian festivals known as Navratri & Diwali, Oct-Halloween, November-Thanksgiving. So any occasion you want to celebrate, you can always check out here as I frequently update this page.
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My son’s birthday and Memorial Day come at the same time so I love to celebrate with full entertainment! Now, that doesn’t mean I have to spend hours in the kitchen. I try to prepare quick, easy and yet healthy food for most occasions. In facet my most recipes below will swing any of your party. Few recipes are my all time favorite.
First one is Tortilla Rollups. Just make cream cheese based spicy filling and use colorful tortillas e.g. spinach, tomato basil tortillas and they just look so colorful.

My second favorite is veg slider or mini vegan hot dogs. All I have to do is prepare easy balls from Chickpeas with some veggies or just shape them in hot dogs.
Some hummus based appetizers are perfect as well. If you have some spicy tastebuds, Jalapeño poppers are great.

You can check out the videos below for more ideas.
Then comes the sweet part….I prefer to make easy fruit kebabs or something simple, quick and easy.
Colorful berries are perfect to prepare colorful desserts. I love to prepare strawberry cups filled with cream. Another easy ideas is to get those Little Debbies mini swills rolls. Cut and use to make kebabs with fruits.

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About Bhavna

Hello! I am Bhavna a mother of two. Born and raised in India but reside in the USA at present. I love to cook and share my family recipes with others.
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