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5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients Or Less

September 05, 2016

Who has time to buy a hundred different spices for a single dish? Not us! Luckily, we’ve whipped up these Thanksgiving dishes with 5 ingredients (or less). Avoid an extra grocery store run and cook up a storm with just a handful of ingredients.

Lemon Parmesan Green Beans

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients

Packed with lots of zesty flavor, this side dish will impress. Use Ziploc® brand bags to help store ingredients you prep ahead of time, and make it in a snap! Full Recipe.

Pecan Crusted Sweet Potato Casserole

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients

Creamy and indulgent, this may be the easiest five-ingredient, six-step sweet potato casserole recipe ever! Make prep even easier by mashing the sweet potatoes ahead of time and storing in Ziploc® brand bags. You can also smash the pecans with a rolling pin in a Ziploc® brand bag to avoid a messy counter. Full Recipe.

Ricotta Tarts with Roasted Beets and Honey

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients

Turn your dining room into an elegant bistro this Thanksgiving with these delectable tarts! Fragrant thyme and a kiss of gold honey add the perfect finishing touch to puff pastries filled with creamy ricotta and earthy, sweet beets. Full Recipe.

Roasted Turkey with Orange Rosemary Glaze

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients

Step up your turkey game with this exquisite show-stopper using just five ingredients! Your guests will be stunned by this savory, tender turkey topped with a simple yet elegant orange rosemary glaze. Full Recipe.

Sourdough and Sausage Stuffing

5 Thanksgiving Dishes In 5 Ingredients
Thanksgiving isn’t complete without stuffing. Here, savory sausage combines with crusty sourdough bread for the yummiest stuffing you’ve ever had! To make prep time even faster, cube bread ahead of time and store in a Ziploc® brand bag. You can also use Ziploc® brand bags to store your fresh herbs with a damp paper towel tucked inside—this trick keeps herbs fresh and tasty. Full Recipe