Want to celebrate Thanksgiving like a celebrity this year? Be sure to spice up your Thanksgiving menu with these dishes created by your favorite celebrities.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Classic Bread Stuffing

Gwyneth Paltrow is known for her lifestyle newsletter GOOP. In addition to sending out tips and advice, she has recently released her Thanksgiving menu. Dishes include cranberry chutney, caramelized brussel sprouts, whole roasted turkey, and more. While her menu is obviously loaded with delicious meals, Gwyneth Paltrow’s classic bread stuffing is a must-have this Thanksgiving. The classic bread stuffing is hearty and satisfying, but not soggy or heavy as stuffing can sometimes be. The dish is also vegetarian-friendly.

 
 
 
 
 
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Tia Mowry’s Garlic Mashed Sweet Potato Bacon

Everyone knows that mashed potatoes are a huge staple on Thanksgiving. While some prefer the original version, many celebrities have given their take on the famous side dish. Tia Mowry has surprised people with her tasty twist on classic mashed potatoes. Using sweet potatoes and bacon, the actress will wow your taste buds with the perfect mix of sweet and savory.

Kelly Ripa’s Squash Soup

As temperatures drop, our tastes and cravings change as well. Soup is the perfect starter dish for any meal during the cooler months. Talk show co-host, Kelly Ripa, shared her husband, Mark Consuelos’ family recipe for squash soup. With pumpkin seeds and star anise, the soup is sure to keep your family warm this holiday. Want to impress your guests even more? Use the hallowed squash as the bowl!

Chrissy Teigen’s Apple Crisp

After posting her famous recipes on social media for years, Chrissy Teigen officially released her own cookbook. Directly from Chrissy’s Cravings: Hungry For More cookbook, this apple crisp is a simple and delicious recipe to spice up Thanksgiving dessert.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Tori Spelling’s Twist on Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry sauce might be the most divided meal on the Thanksgiving menu. While not as famous as turkey or mashed potatoes, the sauce is essential for the holiday. Even for those who don’t usually eat cranberry sauce, Tori Spelling’s unusual twist is a must try this Thanksgiving. Going beyond the typical cranberry recipe, Tori adds a variety of flavors, including orange juice and zest, brown sugar, and ginger.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s Roast Chicken with Pepper Rub

Turkey is without a doubt the biggest staple of the Thanksgiving Holiday. The Modern Family star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, provides a twist on the typical turkey dinner for those who aren’t a fan of the main dish. Using a variety of spices, lemon wedges, and chicken broth, the actor gives fans the recipe for a mouthwatering roasted chicken instead.

Kris Jenner’s Sweet Potato Casserole

Fans have gone crazy over some of the Kardashian’s favorite meals, most notably their take on Ramen Noodles and Kylie’s famous shrimp tacos. So why not incorporate one of the family’s dishes into your Thanksgiving menu? Kris Jenner shares her take on sweet potato souffle with Rachael Ray. The dish is easy to make and unbelievably delicious, making it a must-have this Thanksgiving.

Can’t Forget About The Cocktails

Thanksgiving is most famously known for food, but that doesn’t mean that people can’t enjoy a delicious cocktail alongside their meal. Celebrities share their best fall cocktails that perfectly match the Thanksgiving theme.

Molly Sim’s Mulled Wine

Molly Sim shares all of her Thanksgiving hacks on her website, including her recipe for mulled wine. As someone who loves to entertain and cook for her family and friends, Molly shares all of her advice for Thanksgiving hosts. One thing Molly suggests is to, “stick with two to three food-friendly wines to place on the table rather than focusing on specific wine pairings”. The model even shares her recipe for mulled wine, assuring that it’s the perfect drink to fit every Thanksgiving dish. With dry red wine, cardamom, nutmeg, and cinnamon, the wine fits the fall theme of Thanksgiving. For an added twist, garnish the mulled wine with an orange peel and cinnamon stick.

Reese Witherspoon’s Fizzy Apple Cider Cocktail

Apple cider is always a fall must-have, so why not use it to make a delish cocktail. Reese Witherspoon took to social media to share her recipe for a fizzy apple cider cocktail, “Tis the season for everything apple-flavored, even in our booze”. Just pour some apple cider, Aperol, soda water, and a splash of Prosecco into a glass and the drink is ready to be served. Of course, for an added fall twist sprinkle some cinnamon on the top.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Meghan Markle’s Cozy Cocktail

After eating a huge Thanksgiving dinner, who doesn’t like getting cozy and winding down with a warm cocktail? Meghan Markle provides the perfect cocktail for the cold weather. Using bourbon, cinnamon, and vanilla the drink provides the favorite Thanksgiving flavors.

“When it gets chilly out, there’s something inherently soothing about a hot drink – the warmth of the cup against your hands, and that perfect sensation of toasty goodness as it settles into your tummy. Oh, yes indeed, this drink is like a hug in a glass. As comforting as it comes, and so ridiculously simple to make” – Meghan Markle

Christina Hendrick’s Spiced Pumpkin Cocktail

Pumpkin spice is arguably the most famous fall flavor, the obsession takes over our coffee, baked goods, and now our favorite alcoholic drinks. Christina Hendrick’s spiced pumpkin cocktail is a perfect drink to impress your guests this holiday. The actress ensures that the tequila-based drink, “goes well with a lot of the food you traditionally find at holiday parties, like crackers, cheese, and chocolate”.

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