25 Supreme Italian Thanksgiving Recipes

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This post is about doing an Italian Thanksgiving theme. I married into an Italian family and of course, I can’t resist sharing Italian recipes with you! My Italian husband has some influence over my cooking!  If you want to try a different theme than just doing traditional Thanksgiving. Then, you should give Italian recipes a try! So, why not Thanksgiving? These recipes below are very delicious!

Here are tools and dishes that you will need for preparing your Thanksgiving Meals.

Thanksgiving Dishes and Tools You Will Need: 

 

Gibson Casa Estebana 16-piece Dinnerware Set Service for 4, Beige and Brown

CorningWare 12 Piece Round and Oval Bakeware Set

Cuisinart Electric Knife

Bread Warmer and Basket

Circulon Nonstick Bakeware Roaster with Rack

4-in-1 Turkey Baster – Marinade Injector Meat Needle, Pastry Brush & Cleaner

VonShef Large Double Wall Insulated Stainless Steel Gravy Boat 

 

 

Italian Thanksgiving Appetizers

What a great way to start your Thanksgiving with Spinach Puffs while your turkey is still in your oven!


 

You can never go wrong with this  Italian Parmesan Party Mix! It should keep everyone from starving for several hours.

 

You can’t have Italian Thanksgiving without the Ultimate Appetizer Board!

 

Ricotta and Prosciutto Cracker Appetizer is so easy and simple to make! This should be sent out before while you try to make all the side dishes.

 

 

Italian Turkey Recipes

 

Martha Stewart’s Tuscan-Style Turkey Alla Porchetta looks so delicious to make and eat! This makes my mouth water. WOW!

 

Wow, who knew sausage could go with this turkey? See mouthwatering  Michael Symon’s Turkey with Pancetta, Sausage, and Fennel recipe.

 

 

Italian Thanksgiving Side Dishes 

 

This appetizing Roasted Harvest Vegetables will go great for your Thanksgiving meal!

 

Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Casserole looks so sophisticated to make and eat!

 

Easy Italian Ratatouille Recipe is such a simple dish to serve!

 

I personally dislike brussels sprouts, but I would eat heavily flavored greens. Balsamic Brussels Sprouts is the one to try!

 

Autumn Squash Risotto Parmigiano Reggiano is a great side dish for your Thanksgiving feast!

 

Why not dazzle up your mashed potatoes? This Double Cheese Mashed Potatoes side dish is a wonderful icebreaker!

 

Butternut Squash Orzo with Feta Sage is a must try side dish! Your family and friends will talk about it for years!

 

Italian Sausage Bread Stuffing is the best upgrade from traditional stuffing you could have! My Italian husband introduced me to the Italian sausage stuffing and I have been in heavens ever since! This is the only side dish I look forward to all year, but once in a while, I’m in the mood to make it into a meal!

 

Tuscan-Style Roasted Carrots is such a pleasant dish to have!

Tuscan-Style Roasted Carrots - Simple and flavorful, these roasted carrots are addictively delicious!

 

Both children and adults will love delicious Italian Macaroni and Cheese. It’s a great dish to introduce it at Thanksgiving time!

 

Who can resist mouth watering Stuffed Artichokes??

 

Italian Thanksgiving Desserts

 

I have to have biscotti every Thanksgiving and Christmas. Pumpkin Spice Latte Biscotti is so divine!

 

Italian Apple Cake is a great alternative dessert to a traditional pumpkin pie.

 

A cheesecake is a must for every holiday, hands down! Italian Ricotta Cheesecake is the one you should try!

 

Can you resist this scrumptious No Bake Cannoli Eclair Cake? I can not.

 

Italian Cream Trifle Cake is a pretty traditional Italian dessert. It looks easy to make though!

 

Italians really love their Pizzelles! The pumpkin flavor is a huge bonus for Thanksgiving dessert! Check out Pumpkin Spiced Pizzelles recipe.

 

Italian Cream Tart is a great dessert to make along with a traditional pumpkin or pecan pie.

 

Holy Cannoli! I cannot! My family is crazy about cannolis. Check out Pumpkin Cannoli recipe and make some!

 

I hope you have enjoyed reading these supreme Italian Thanksgiving recipes!

 

~Awe-inspiring Mom