A Slow Cooker Thanksgiving – A Year of Slow Cookin…

Apple and Sausage Stuffing 


Apple Crisp 

Apricot and Balsamic Brie 

Best Brussels Sprouts 

Broccoli with Toasted Garlic and Hazelnuts 

Candied Acorn Squash 


Candied Sweet Potatoes 


Cheesy Creamed Corn 


Classic Creamed Corn 


Cornbread Stuffing 


Cranberry sauce 


Cranberry Turkey Legs 


Crustless Pumpkin Pie 


Garlic Mashed Potatoes 


Grown Up Green Bean Casserole 


Honey and Cinnamon Glazed Carrots 


Mashed Potatoes with Cream Cheese and Sour Cream 


Mulled Wine 


Pecan Topped Sweet Potatoes 


Pumpkin Cheesecake 


Red Wine Poached Pears 


Roasted Root Vegetables 


Savory Sweet Potato Bake 


Southwestern Turkey Soup 


Sweet and Sour Caramelized Onions 


Traditional Stuffing 


Turkey and Wild Rice Soup 


Turkey Breast 


Turkey Breast with Stuffing 


Turkey Stew 


Turkey with Wild Rice Stuffing 




What is a Thanksgiving Timeline? I’m glad you asked! This way you can plan out your weeks and days leading into Thanksgiving so you aren’t bogged down and overwhelmed. I have mapped out what to do 2 weeks before, 1 week before, a few days before, the night before, etc. My goal for you is to have a stress-free fun-filled Thanksgiving with your family!

I have all your cookbooks, do I need this ebook? It’s up to you. The recipes are all Thanksgiving and Holiday-table themed — and they are dispersed through all of the cookbooks and on the website. I think it’s nice to have them all in one place and in an easy-to-read and print format, but that’s your call! 🙂

Are they still gluten-free? YES. All of my recipes have been prepared completely gluten free due to a family allergy. Since most of my readers do not need to eat gluten free, I keep my notes off to the side. If you have ANY questions whatsoever regarding gluten, PLEASE email me and I’ll get back to you right away. Thanksgiving is a time for togetherness, not a time to worry about eating safely! 🙂


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