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Dinner Divas Weekly Menu Plan: Week 30

Week 30 Menu - Dinner Divas Thanksgiving Sides
Happy Friday! Have you planned you menu for Turkey Day? Can you believe Thanksgiving is less than 2 weeks away?  Wasn’t Halloween just last weekend?!  After Labor Day, I swear someone hits the “fast forward” button. Time goes so quickly, I can’t keep up some days.
For the next couple of weeks, we will focus on Thanksgiving recipes. We will feature sides, desserts and how to re-purpose leftovers. Make sure you are subscribed so you don’t miss a single recipe!

Here’s how it works: Every Friday morning, a new menu plan will show up in your email. It will consist of 5 dinner options, plus 2 extras. Those two extras could be side dishes, dessert, drinks, etc. The Dinner Divas weekly menu plans will feature (mostly) healthy, seasonal foods that don’t take all day to prepare. Getting the weekly menu delivered to your inbox on Friday morning gives you the chance to make your shopping list and get organized for the week ahead. I’d love to hear from you & see your creations! Post a pic using #DinnerDivas and tag @pookspantry! I hope this weekly menu plan provides inspiration and makes life a little easier… one meal at a time.


First up in our week of side dishes, we have White and Wild Rice Stuffing from Pastry Chef Online.   I love the blend of the rices in this dish, so satisfying.


Next in the lineup is this Butternut Squash, Cranberry and Olive Stuffing from Girl in the Little Red Kitchen.  I love the unique addition of olives in this stuffing. So delicious!


This Cranberry Apple Sauce from Chef Next Door looks absolutely gorgeous, just look at that color!


This recipe has been on my table for over two decades.  Best-Ever, Easiest 5 Ingredient Corn Casserole.  Unbelievably delicious and ridiculously easy.  It is always requested and devoured, year after year.


Comfortably Domestic brings Pan Seared Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Cranberries.  If you’ve never had Brussels sprouts with bacon, you need to make this.  STAT.


Now, if you are still looking for a recipe for rolls, here it is. These gorgeous Parmesan Garlic Potato Pull-Apart Rolls are the best rolls for Thanksgiving dinner.


And finally, our sweet ending comes from Chef Next Door and her Mini Walnut Cinnamon Buns.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Check back next week when our focus is on Thanksgiving Desserts.



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