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Giving Thanks - November 2017

Check out our great holiday recipes from the November issue of Savory! They are sure to be a crowd pleaser at your Thanksgiving festivities.

Kids Collection

Make healthier eating a family effort with these kid-friendly recipes!

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Apple-Cinnamon Popcorn

A twist on caramel popcorn, this recipe needs no special equipment to turn popcorn into candy. This is a great snack to keep on hand for a Halloween party, or to bring as a hostess gift to a holiday meal.

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Baked Vegetable Chips

Create a better way to snack with these baked vegetable chips. Sweet potatoes, russet potatoes, parsnips and beets are roasted until crispy and golden for a fresher, more satisfying snack than conventional potato chips.

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Banana, Coconut, and Chocolate Chip Oatmeal

Make your mornings go so much faster with this special breakfast treat. Made with bananas, oatmeal, and chocolate chips, your kids will love.

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Chicken Enchiladas

These Mexican-inspired enchiladas come together in minutes; make ahead of time and freeze to have a delicious dinner on hand.

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Make Your Own Veggie Pizzas

Kids will have so much fun decorating their own pies with sliced veggies.

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No-bake peanut butter oat clusters

Yes, this is a little indulgent, but it really hits the spot when it’s 4 p.m. and you really need something to tide you over until dinner. This is a great lunchbox treat, too.

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Apple, Raspberry, and Cinnamon Oatmeal

Hearty oatmeal is topped with apples chips and freeze-dried raspberries for a breakfast that keeps kids going all day.

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Spicy Drumsticks with Oven Fries and Salad

A simple salad of sweet fruit is the perfect complement for these chicken drumsticks seasoned with Jamaican jerk spice.

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Sweet and Sour Pork Tenderloin with Pineapple

Try cooking pork tenderloin with garlic, mushrooms, and pineapple. Slather it in teriyaki sauce, and serve over brown rice for a meal in 15 minutes.