Murphy Style Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is hands down one of my favorite meals to cook and eat…over and over. I will make up any excuse to get my family and friends together to try out some of my new recipes or Murphy favorites. I have put together a collection of my go-to dishes that have been fan favorites for a couple of years now. Feel free to add your own twist to these dishes, just remember that meals are always best with someone you love and your favorite  glass of wine.

Bacon Deviled Eggs


It is not very often that we have a family gathering in my house and deviled eggs are left off the menu. This fun twist on deviled eggs will make just about anyone give them a shot. Bring on the bacon!

Click here for the recipe! 

Gluten-Free Cornbread Dressing


When I found out my husband had a problem with gluten I started looking at Thanksgiving dressing in a new way. Growing up we would always use white bread when making our stuffing but when I found this gluten-free cornbread I knew I had to give it a shot. *Note this is spicy!

Click here for the recipe!

Bacon and Corn Dish


Anytime you think a dish cannot get any better add some red pepper flakes and bacon. This creamy dish is the perfect side to add a little heat to your normal Thanksgiving menu.

Click here for the recipe! 

Cranberry-Orange Sauce


I am a firm believer that cranberry sauce is not meant to come out of a can. Cooking this cranberry-orange sauce will add a beautiful aroma to your kitchen that sets the mood for the dinner to come.

Click here for the recipe! 

Leftover Halloween Candy Cookies


Every year the kids are bringing home more and more candy at Halloween. If you have not finished it off pairing it with wine (click here for Halloween candy and wine pairing suggestions) then I have a recipe for you. These cookies are a great way to get that candy out of your house.

Click here for the recipe!

I hope one or two of these recipes will help you out this holiday season. Remember to share your photos with me on Instagram or Facebook, especially if you found a way to change-up one of these recipes.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Murphy family!
Traveling Murphy

This entry was posted in From My Kitchen and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s