Maybe you’re busy, maybe you’re on a budget, or maybe you just don’t care to go all-out with an elaborate dish for Thanksgiving dinner. Whatever the reason, these super-easy Thanksgiving recipes with only three ingredients each have you covered: They’re easy to make, but will taste like you spent hours making them. All of the flavor and none of the time? Now, that’s what I’m talking about!
You can find a little bit of everything in this Thanksgiving round-up: main dishes, side dishes, appetizers, and even desserts. So, no matter what course you’re looking to serve, there’s a quick and easy recipe you’ll be more than grateful for.
1. Stuffed Peppers
Hot peppers stuffed with garlic and herb goat cheese and honey will make for one sweetly spicy appetizer. Get the recipe from A Spicy Perspective .
2. Pull-Apart Bread
All you need for this cheesy appetizer are biscuits, cheese and butter. My three favorite ingredients! Get the recipe from Halfbaked Harvest.
3. Cranberry Sauce
Oranges, cranberries, and sugar combine for the easiest cranberry sauce you’ll ever make. Get the recipe from Good Housekeeping.
4. Butternut Squash Soup
5. Roasted Cauliflower
Sprinkle some cauliflower with olive oil and cheese, and you’ve got yourself one delicious Thanksgiving side dish. Get the recipe from Steamy Kitchen.
6. Slow Cooker Pumpkin Cake
Cake mix, pumpkin and butter are all you need to throw in the slow cooker for this hassle-free dessert — freeing up your stove for other foods! Get the recipe from Willow Bird Baking here.
7. Pumpkin Pie Dip
If you’re looking for a dip for pretzels or cookies, this light and creamy pumpkin pie dip is a perfect option. Get the recipe from Mother Thyme.
8. Parmesan Baked Zucchini
9. Cranberry Brie Bites
‘Tis the season for cranberries, so might as well add some cheese and bread to them to make them even more tasty. Get the recipe at Two Twenty One.
10. Crock-Pot Ham
Ham, pineapples, and brown sugar combine for one deliciously sweet meat option this Thanksgiving. Get the recipe from Crocking Girls.
11. Cheese Spread
Cream cheese, caramel sauce, and toffee bits come together for one delightfully fall-themed cheese spread. Serve with apples, and this appetizer won’t disappoint. Get the recipe from She Wears Many Hats.
Turkey drippings, chicken broth, and flour are all you need to make a killer gravy. Get the recipe from Real Simple.
13. Roasted Butternut Squash
Butternut squash tastes amazing when it’s fresh from the oven, and even better with maple flavor (but that’s completely optional!). Get the recipe from PopSugar.
Here’s to the easiest Thanksgiving you’ll ever have! Now, you can spend less time cooking and more time eating because isn’t that what you’d rather be doing anyway?