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Creative Thanksgiving Recipes

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Murray, NE- Looking to switch things up this Thanksgiving? These five fall recipes are both easy and delicious. They offer a new twist on classic household staples and are perfect for beginners as they are simple to prepare and cook. Try them out to impress your family and friends!

Apple Crisp
Apple crisp is easier to make than a pie and has a very similar flavor. It requires less ingredients and the process of making a crisp is less time consuming. Serve it warm with ice cream or whipped cream.

Air Fryer Green Beans
Done in 10 minutes, these green beans are crispy and flavorful. The inside is tender while the outside has a crunch. This recipe recommends pairing with lemon wedges to add acidity.

Pull-Apart Cheese Bread
Rolls are traditionally served, but this cheese bread is gooey and simple. No rise time and it only takes 10 minutes to prepare before going in the oven. Pair with marinara or pesto..

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Pan Fried Potatoes
Want to switch up your mashed potatoes for something crispy? Pan fried potatoes only take 20 minutes to cook and add a crunch to your plate. It is recommended to use baby yukon, but any potato works.

Easy Sweet Potato Casserole
This casserole tastes like dessert. If you are hosting a large crowd and have to cook in advance, this recipe can be prepared days before and reheated. You can top with marshmallows or pecans and brown sugar (or a combination!)
Recipe with pecans:

Recipe with marshmallows:

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Layla F, Staff Writer
Layla F is a freshman at Conestoga. She is involved in softball, the dance team, track, speech, FBLA, and mock trial. This is her first year in journalism. In her free time, Layla enjoys cooking, playing with her dogs, and hanging out with friends. She is excited to grow her writing skills while writing for The Prowl this year!

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