Harvest Pie

Thanksgiving is a week away and I’m already starting to prep for the holiday dinner. This year I’m all about spins on traditional dishes. So I am making this Harvest Pie which is a adapted from a recipe from True Food Kitchen my favorite restaurant in Atlanta. Merging all of my favorite fall roots vegetables together, butternut squash, pumpkin, and sweet potatoes, I developed a recipe that will satisfy everyones sweet tooth’s next week. This Harvest Pie is perfect for the lactose intolerant person in the family, like me because it uses coconut milk in the batter instead of regular milk. 

Harvest Pie

Harvest Pie

Harvest Pie
  1. 2 sweet potatoes, roasted
  2. 1 butternut squash, roasted
  3. 1 canned of pumpkin puree
  4. 1/2 cup white sugar
  5. 1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed
  6. 1-1/8 tsp. salt
  7. 3/4 tsp. ground ginger
  8. 3/8 tsp. ground cloves
  9. 1-1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  10. 4-1/2 Tbsp. arrowroot powder
  11. Scant dash of nutmeg, if desired
  12. 4 Tbsp. brandy
  13. 1-1/2 cup coconut milk
  14. ½ stick of butter
  15. 1 egg
  16. 1 egg white
  17. 1 store brought pie crust
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Puree sweet potatoes, squash and pumpkin a food processor. Add cinnamon, salt, ginger cloves, brandy, nutmeg, arrowroot, and coconut milk to food processor. Using your mixer combine sugars and butters. Once those have combined, gradually add eggs. Now stir in the squash puree.
  3. Roll out piecrust onto pie pan. Leave pie dough hanging over pan. Now pour in your pie filling. Before putting your pie in the oven pinch the crust together with your index fingers. Here’s a video on how to do so.
  4. Bake for 50 minutes until done.
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 What are you serving at your Thanksgiving dinner next week?

Eight new recipes to try this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away and it’s time to start planning your dinner menu. I’ve rounded up several traditional Thanksgiving recipes from my favorite blogs, chefs and magazines that have a twist. I’m personally not a huge fan of your traditional Thanksgiving sides like stuffing and cranberry sauce. So I decided to go out an search for traditional recipes with a modern twist that could please everyone at the dinner table. 

Thanksgiving stuffings

For the stuffing fans at your Thanksgiving table, they will enjoy these non-traditional options for a slow cooker stuffing and a butternut squash and barley version. 

Thanksgiving breads

I’m a huge lover of the bread basket at any family gathering. This year get creative and serve a variety of options like they do at some restaurants. Have a traditional Parkerhouse roll like the ones I made last year, but also try these cran-sage rolls from Better Homes and Gardens and these pull apart garlic herb rolls from Gather for Bread

mac and cheese thanksgiving alternatives

I look forward to having mac and cheese during the holiday season but it would be fun to switch the recipe up every once in a while. But a spin on the classic recipe by making butternut squash stuffed shells and a BLT mac and cheese

thanksgiving desserts

Dessert please! Desserts have to be my favorite part of Thanksgiving. I always go back for a second slice of sweet potato pie or red velvet cake. But I found two new crowd pleasing favorites to try this year, a bourbon pecan pumpkin pie and a no bake orange cranberry cheesecake

Maple Glazed Acorn Squash

Thanksgiving is next week and I’m hosting it at my condo for the first time this year.I’m a little nervous but looking forward to having my family at my home. This year I’m going for the healthy and simplicity route when it comes to my menu. I’m really loving squash at the moment and I am making this delicious recipe for Maple Glazed Acorn Squash as a side dish. The great about this recipe is that it’s easy to make and doesn’t require several ingredients. Using Maple syrup, cinnamon, all spice, and salt as a rub, your guests will be wishing they had more. 

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Maple Glazed Acorn Squash
  1. 1 acorn squash, sliced and seeded
  2. 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  3. 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  4. 1/4 teaspoon all spice
  5. 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  6. sea salt
  1. Arrange sliced acorn squash on a baking sheet.
  2. Season with olive oil, cinnamon, all spice, maple syrup, and salt.
  3. Bake in the oven on 375 degrees for 45 minutes or until tender.
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Happy Thanksgiving! + A Recipe


Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you are spending today with people you love and care about. I’m spending the evening with my family for a nice Thanksgiving meal. I’m up early prepping for tonight’s dinner. I’m making my grandma’s famous mac and cheese, homemade sweet potato rolls, and pecan tassies. 


I’m excited to announce that I’m also sharing my recipe for a Brussels Sprouts salad with Fresh Cranberries on PopSugar Food today. So head to PopSugar Food to see the full recipe