For the most adorable, perfectly portioned feast.
1. Rosemary Sweet Potato Stackers
Single-serve stacks mean maximum crispiness. Recipe here.
2. Pancetta and Sage Stuffing Muffins
Stuffins, if you will. Recipe http://acozykitchen.com/pancetta-sage-stuffing-muffins/here.
3. Mini Pecan Pies
It’s too hard to stop at one, even if you know you ~should~. Recipe here.
4. Cheesy Mashed Potato Puffs
You can turn leftover mashed potatoes into these cheesy puffs the day after Thanksgiving, or you can just go ahead and serve them like this for Thanksgiving dinner (recommended). Recipe here.
5. Cornbread Chorizo Stuffing Muffins
Way more exciting than your mom’s bread stuffing. Recipe here.
8. Sweet Quick Dinner Rolls
These take under an hour, and taste better than anything you’d buy. Recipe here.
9. Mini Garlic Monkey Bread
Maybe it’s not traditional, but I’m all for sneaking monkey bread into every occasion. Recipe here.
10. Spinach Artichoke Dip Cups
The perfect way to keep guests happy until dinner is ready. Recipe here.
11. Jalapeño Sweet Potato Cups
Shake things up a little with these slightly spicy, tangy sweet potato puffs. Recipehere.
13. Stuffing Muffins with Mashed Potato Topping
These are vegan and gluten-free, but you can use regular bread and butter if you’re into that kind of thing. Recipe here.
14. Cranberry and Sage Stuffing Muffins
The cranberries in here make it kind of a two-in-one. Recipe here.
15. Individual Turkey Meatloafs
Don’t feel like cooking a whole turkey? Serve these adorable mini meatloafs instead. (Guest satisfaction not guaranteed.) Recipe here.
17. Easy Cheesy Pull-Apart Rolls
The most delicious way to sop up any gravy that your turkey and mashed potatoes can’t handle. Recipe here.
18. Oven-Baked Potato Nests
If you’re more of a ~crisp~ person than a ~mash~ person, these couldn’t be more perfect. Recipe here.
19. Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting
When you think about it, this dessert probably doesn’t have much more sugar than a typical marshmallow-topped sweet potato casserole. Recipe here.