What’s not to love about Thanksgiving? Memorable times, your quirky family, and that huge turkey just waiting for all of you to DIG IN!
Whether you are hosting or attending – one thing is for sure … it can be expensive to feed ALL those people!
The truth is that many families struggle during this time of year. They are expected to put on a BIG feast – and that ends up costing them a hefty amount of money to do.
We thought it would be fun to round up the best, most budget-friendly recipes that will give you not only a fun holiday with your family, but one you won’t be left regretting!
Feel free to make one of these budget-savers this Thanksgiving … we guarantee no one will even know the difference!
Apple Pie Bites
These lovely little bites involve crescent rolls and slices of apples, along with a few staples you already have in your pantry. The perfect dessert solution to keep your wallet at bay!
Candied Pecan Sweet Potato Casserole
The key to saving during Thanksgiving can simply mean “buying around sales”. If you know you will make a sweet potato casserole – be on the lookout for sales on sweet potatoes and pecans. Fortunately, this recipe calls for marshmallows – a very inexpensive ingredient any time of the year!
Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts
With only 5 ingredients (one being salt & pepper!) this recipe is a total winner. You can count on this recipe stealing the show with it’s high ratings and delicious flavors …
Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes
This may be similar in cost to your typical mashed potato recipe – but it will be a huge time and sanity saver! If you are the one hosting Thanksgiving, you will definitely appreciate this recipe.
Cheesy Pull Apart Rolls
Sometimes it’s fun to add a slight spin on the old classics! In comes this recipe … a wonderful twist on classic rolls. With only a few ingredients, they are also shining stars in the budget category.
We hope you enjoyed this recipe round up!! Leave a comment below and tell us your favorite!
– Erika from Faithful with Finances
5 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up”
We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in our country but I enjoyed the recipes! My favourite one was the “Candied peacan sweet potato Casserole! That looks insanely good!
The cheesy pull apart rolls look amazing as well.
Thank you for sharing the recipes and Happy Thanksgiving!
Hey Rolain! I agree, I love the sweet potato casserole too! Maybe this would be a good excuse to make it just for fun 😉 Thanks for your comment!
A good excuse indeed! Haha
My mouth is watering !!!! Great tips and recipes !!!
My mouth was watering as I wrote this! Can’t wait for Thanksgiving! 🙂