5 of Our Favourite Thanksgiving Recipes – Final Minute Concepts | #ThanksgivingRecipes


Life can sneak up on you at times. Fortunately, we have some last minute Thanksgiving recipes (inspired by Grandma Elsie and her famous spice mix, of course) for you and your family or friends to enjoy. Let's help you with some food for thought (literally!) On some successful and all-time popular recipes from Grandma Elsie's collection. These recipes will make your life – and your holiday season – a little easier and, hopefully, a little more delicious.

5 of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes

1. Grandma Elsie's Spiced Holiday Popcorn

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Who doesn't like a light, sweet and savory snack? This favorite adds a twist to a beloved (and irresistible) family treat. Fresh popcorn drizzled with flavors of cinnamon and cayenne pepper makes this recipe a crowd puller.

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2. Grandma Elsie's butternut squash soup

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This is a great time of year for a nice warm, smooth soup. A perfect recipe for a fresh autumn night.

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3. Grandma Elsie's apple pancakes

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Pretty yet simple pancakes for a special breakfast on a special day. The cinnamon apples taste as wonderful as hot apple pie.

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4. Grandma Elsie's Caribbean Jerk Chicken

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Do you want to think outside the box on this Thanksgiving Day? Try Grandma Elise's Caribbean Jerk Chicken. These flavors are made with a touch of heat (chilies and peppercorns) and slowed down with the sweet taste of Grandma Elise's famous cinnamon sugar blend, allspice and more.

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5. Grandma Elsie's organic apple and raisin muesli

This fall recipe is perfect for breakfast or a midday snack that everyone will love.

We hope these recipes have made your mouth water – and helped you make your last minute planning a little easier this year.

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