Thanksgiving Recipe Favorites?

As Thanksgiving is approaching, I have been reading tons of posts with Thanksgiving favorites and dishes families look forward to each year.  There are always those special recipes that have been passed down through the generations that make the dinner extra special. Foregoing these on our table would be like forgetting pumpkin pie!  We are fortunate to share Thanksgiving at my parent’s house with over 35 family members – so we have quite the spread!  I would love to hear some of your holiday favorites.  Which dishes or desserts do you look forward to the most?  Maybe we can swap a recipe or two!  It’s always fun to try new dishes to add to the mix.  Here are two of my favorites (compliments of my Aunt Patti and cousin Alison)!  Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without these! 

Corn Pudding
1 can of cream corn     salt
2 eggs     2 T sugar
1/2 cup of milk     1 t baking powder
1 large T flour
Beat eggs, add corn and milk. Stir well.
Sift baking powder, sugar and flour into corn mixture. Add salt to taste and mix well.
Put into greased loaf pan or casserole dish – slice 1/2 stick of butter thinly on top.
Bake 350 for 35-45 minutes
Cranberry Casserole
3 cans of whole cranberries
2 cans of drained mandarin oranges
Mix these together and sprinkle chopped walnuts on top
I am linking up over at the Slow Cooker Squad Holiday Recipe link.  Head over for more awesome Thanksgiving Recipes! 


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