WIAW: Thanksgiving Blog Love!

Happy Thanksgiving for my neighbours to the south for tomorrow!

For this week’s What I Ate Wednesday (thanks to Jenn for hosting!), I thought I would combine it with my monthly feature, Blog Love, in which I link up some of the recipes that have tempted me from my blogroll this month.

As it’s Thanksgiving tomorrow, I thought I’d choose posts featuring recipes I would love to eat this Thanksgiving, if I was living in the US (heck, maybe I’ll just have a second Thanksgiving up here all on my lonesome ;)!).

So this isn’t a What I Ate Wednesday, but rather a What I Want to Eat Thanksgiving post. Does that work? 🙂

As is always the case with Blog Love (see here for my first Blog Love post last month), I’ll begin with my top three posts this month. And, in the true spirit of the season, two of the three were food-related posts that both happen to work as Thanksgiving recipe ideas!

My top three posts:

And remember, yesterday I offered you a complete vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe round-up from The Guiltless Life’s recipe archives :).

Now from my blogroll friends (I just chose a few this month as I wanted to highlight the recipes I really felt would work well for Thanksgiving, and so I would keep the post at a manageable length!)


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  • Kate from A Healthy Passion came up with the most inventive fries ever – and who doesn’t love fries? Here are her Rutabaga Fries:

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Jenn at Peas and Crayons serves up a delightful Light and Tasty Green Bean Casserole.

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  • The lovely girls at Naturally Sweet Recipes posted the perfect mini Pecan Tartsfor the holiday.

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  • Chocolate-Covered Katie posted a No-Bake Chocolate Pumpkin Piethat’s vegan and gluten-free.

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    PS. I’ll also be linking this post up at This Chick Cooks‘ These Chicks Cooked link party.


  1. Mmmmm the lemon tahini roasted garlic brussels sprouts dip looks like creamy heaven! And the rutabaga fries? All over those! 😀

  2. Awww thanks for including my pie!

    You are a HUGE sweetheart :). Happy Thanksgiving, girl!

  3. what a great looking compilation of thanksgiving treats! now i’m really getting excited…

  4. Katie’s pie she posted looks so good!!!! I saw that and may have drooled, lol!

    Happy WIAW!!!

    Love ya girl! xoxo

  5. I love that our features combined to make a little bloggie foodie thanksgiving baby =) haha! Happy WIAW to you gorgeous! Thanks for the blog love!!!! =)

    • You’re welcome! Yay, I hope you don’t mind, I just thought it would be fun to mix it up a little this week! Have a great Thanksgiving x

  6. Oh Thank You so much! You are so sweet!
    Thanks again!
    And Happy Turkey Day!

  7. Thank you so much! You are so sweet!
    Thanks again!
    And Happy Turkey Day!

  8. Great post Anna! Those are all things I’d to eat too! That would be a very yummy thanksgiving! And thanks for the love! Have a great 2nd thanksgiving! 🙂

  9. Ooh that’s such a cool idea! The pecan tartlets look delicious. 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving!

  10. Thanks for all the great ideas! Yum!

  11. I love that we both linked to Katie’s pie 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving!

  12. All of this looks super yummy!


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