5 of Our Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes – Last Minute Ideas | #ThanksgivingRecipes

Posted by David Grossman on Mon,Nov 19, 2018

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Life can sneak up on you sometimes. Luckily, we have some last minute Thanksgiving recipes (inspired by Grandma Elsie and her famous spice mix, of course) for you and your family to enjoy. Let us help with some food for thought (literally!) on some winning and all-time-favorite recipes from Grandma Elsie's collection. These recipes are sure to make your life – and your holiday season – a little easier and hopefully, a touch more delicious.

5 of Our Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

1. Grandma Elsie’s Decadent Organic Chocolate-Cinnamon Fudge

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Who doesn’t love brownies? This family-friendly favorite is fun for all ages. Rich fudge brownies, with flavors of cinnamon and vanilla make this recipe a crowd pleaser. To get the recipe and a printable recipe card, click here.

2. Grandma Elsie’s Caribbean Jerk Chicken

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Looking to step outside the box this Thanksgiving? Try Grandma Elise’s Caribbean Jerk Chicken. Made with a touch of heat (chilies and peppercorn), those flavors are curbed with the sweet taste of Grandma Elise’s famous cinnamon sugar blend, allspice and more. To get the recipe and a printable recipe card, click here.

3. Grandma Elsie’s Elegant Poached Pears with Spiced Red-Wine Syrup

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An elegant Thanksgiving dessert that is simple and easy to make. We’ve tried it – and love it – and are happy to share the recipe with you. To get the recipe and a printable recipe card, click here.

4. Grandma Elsie's Butternut Squash Soup

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This is a great time of year for a nice warm, smooth soup. A perfect recipe to make for a crisp fall night. To get the recipe and a printable recipe card, click here.

5. Elsie's Elegant Elixir

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Toast the season of giving and the spirit of Grandma Elsie with a delicious cocktail. Serves 2 (Elsie wouldn't drink alone). To get the recipe and a printable recipe card, click here.

We hope these recipes got your mouth watering – and helped make your last minute planning a bit easier this year.

And to read more on Grandma Elsie and our tradition at The Grossman Group, visit us here.

—David Grossman


To get Grandma Elsie's famous pie, spice mix, and more delectable recipes more or easy print outs of the ones above, download Grandma Elsie's full recipe suite for free by clicking the image below:

Grandma Elsie Thanksgiving Recipe Book

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