Canadian Thanksgiving 2022 – one of my favourite holidays. With a focus on family, togetherness, and food, it’s just the best! This year we had a hefty meal (hello carbs!) and it was perfect. Let’s get cooking.
Canadian Thanksgiving 2022
For the main dish we had loaded acorn squash. A bit of a different take on a thanksgiving feature, yet for some reason we just weren’t in the mood for a whole turkey. Plus, I was able to put this dinner together in less than an hour – you can’t cook a turkey that fast!
We also had old fashioned cornbread – one of my new favourite recipes. It’s made with medium grown cornmeal, giving it a lot of texture. Oh, so good!
Then, as a spicy side we had roasted potatoes with parmesan cheese – see, I told you to say hello to the carbs!
These potatoes are delicious and crispy, plus they have a bit of heat. These are a once a month cook at our house!
Doesn’t this thanksgiving dinner look good?! So good. No stuffing, no gravy, no mashed potatoes – it’s hard to imagine a thanksgiving dinner without the staples, yet here we are.
Oh, and let’s not forget about dessert! The peanut butter cup brownies are such a treat. They’re fudgy and are perfect right out of the freezer. I know it’s odd, yet try it – you’ll be happy you did.
Well, there you have it – one Canadian Thanksgiving 2022 – a delicious fall dinner for two (with mega leftovers!).
Fret not about the leftover, though. The cornbread and brownies freeze really well. And the potatoes and the acorn squash make for a great lunch or a fridge dinner the next night. All keep well and doesn’t loose any of it’s goodness.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family – happy weekend.