Thanksgiving Round-Up: Real Food Appetizer & Drink Recipes - The Rising Spoon

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Thanksgiving Round-Up: Real Food Appetizer & Drink Recipes

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Holiday Round-Up: 35+ Real Food Appetizers & Drinks For Thanksgiving


















When it comes to discussing Thanksgiving food and drink, the main course and side dishes usually steal the show. However, most folks celebrate all day long and don't eat their big meal until afternoon or evening. You're certain to run into a few (or more) hungry bellies beforehand, but who wants to worry about snacks and beverages when you're multitasking ten other dishes? 

If you're hosting a Thanksgiving gathering or joining one as a guest, I've compiled a list of delicious real food drink and appetizer recipes you can use to keep everyone happy on Thanksgiving and the days after! (Who can resist leftovers!?) And if you'd like more fall inspired drink recipes, check out my real food drink recipes for autumn round-up

Cheers!

-Elaina


Alcoholic Beverages

Cranberry Margarita by Fancy Nonsense
Cranberry Mint Cocktail by Pink Patisserie
Cranberry, Orange & Apple White Wine Sangria
Cranberry Orange Punch by The Radical Rolling Pin
Holiday Pear Cosmo by Coco's Well
Immune Boosting Holiday Mulled Wine by Savory Lotus
Mason Jar Sangria by The Darling Bakers
Maple Cranberry Bourbon Martini by Family Fresh Cooking
Moscow Mule by Beard & Bonnet
Pumpkin Martini by A Healthy Life For Me


Thanksgiving Round-Up: Mason Jar Sangria by The Darling Bakers

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Chocolate Eggnog by Cheerfully Imperfect
Coco Fresca with a Twist by The Healthy Habit Coach
Coconut Hot Chocolate by Caretactics
Fermented Apple Juice by Homemade Mommy
Gingerbread Cookie Smoothie by Good Girl Gone Green
Homemade Spicy Hot Cocoa
Pumpkin Spice Hot Buttered Coffee by Healthy Living How To
Simple Apple Peel Cider by And Here We Are
Thanksgiving Round-Up: Gingerbread Cookie Smoothie by Good Girl Gone Green

Sweet Snacks

Autumn Spiced Sweet Potato Bread (Grain-Free) by Soundness of Body & Mind
Caramel Applesauce by Butter Nutrition
Carrot and Parsnip Cake (Grain-Free) by And Here We Are
Creamy Greek Cheese Dip
Maple Spice Pumpkin Butter
Pumpkin-Apple Harvest Muffins
Primal Chocolate Coconut Amaze-Balls by Cheerfully Imperfect
Simple Pumpkin Spice Dip by The Pig and Quill


Thanksgiving Round-Up: Grain-Free Carrot & Parsnip Cake by And Here We Are

Savory Snacks

Cajun Cauliflower Mini Hotdogs (Low Carb) by Beauty and the Foodie
Cheese Cookies by Frugal Foodie Recipes
Green Olive Cheese Nuggets
Homeade Beef Jerky by Cheerfully Imperfect
Home Touch Trail Mix by Peace, Love & Kale
Hot & Spicy Macadamia Nuts by DJ Foodie
Organic Deviled Eggs by Whole Lifestyle Nutrition
Oven Not-Fried Pickles by Foodologie
Paleo Pumpkin Hummus by Meatified
Pineapple Bacon Poppers by Stupid Easy Paleo
Risotto Balls – Mushroom Arancini by Orgasmic Chef
Spicy Asian Deviled Eggs by A Happy Health Nut
Stuffed Cremini Mushrooms by Popular Paleo
Taco Quinoa Bites by Suzy Homemaker
Thanksgiving Round-Up: Hot & Spicy Macadamia Nuts by DJ Foodie


I'd like to hear from YOU!

What's your favorite Thanksgiving beverage and snack? Is it on this list? If not, tell me!

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Elaina Newton is the creator, writer, and foodie behind the blog, The Rising Spoon. She's a self-taught cook and passionate about spreading basic cooking skills and information about real foods. She loves reading fiction, crafting, video games, dark roast coffee, cats, and rainy days. Connect with her on Pinterest, Facebook, Google +, and Twitter

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