Thanksgiving Dinner for Two

Consider this the definitive guide to preparing a little Thanksgiving feast for two. Almost everything is cooked on a single sheet pan and is done in less than 2 hours, with plenty of wonderful leftovers! I’ve even included a timetable chart with tips on what you may prepare ahead of time.

Preparing Thanksgiving dinner does not have to take all day, particularly if it are only the two of you! I’m trying to fulfill all of your Thanksgiving meal fantasies. Or, at the very least, provide a means for you to spend less time worried and more time enjoying it.

If you can’t spend Thanksgiving with your extended family, don’t miss out on the ultimate day of comfort food or the promise of Thanksgiving leftovers.


What you’ll find in this post:

  • Step-by-step directions (along with photographs, of course!) for preparing your Thanksgiving meal for two, as well as the precise sequence of operations and time for everything.
  • Shortcuts that make preparation simpler and less stressful
  • Suggestions for cocktail pairings
  • A list of items that can be made ahead of time
  • For those who like to see things visually, here is a timeline infographic.
  • Suggestions for what else you might offer if you want to be creative and serve something off the menu

And, since this is such a big and detailed piece, I’ve included a Table of Contents! Let’s get started.

Table of Contents

  • What should I prepare for a little Thanksgiving meal?
  • What kind of equipment and tools do I need?
  • 3 Tips for Making a Small Batch Thanksgiving
  • Making Thanksgiving Dinner for Two: Step-by-Step Instructions
  • The Other No Muss, No Fuss Sides
  • Drink Pairings for Thanksgiving Dinner
  • What Can I Make Ahead of Time?
  • Want to Make the Gravy Taste More Homemade?
  • Thanksgiving Dinner Timeline Infographic

What should I make for a small Thanksgiving dinner?

If you’re just cooking for two people, you don’t need a dozen sides, in my opinion. This isn’t a potluck where everyone brings something to compliment the host’s turkey and you pick and choose from a variety of options. You’re having a private Thanksgiving meal with just the two of you, so prepare just what you want to eat!

Here’s what we’re making in one high-sided sheet pan:

  • Juicy turkey breast (not a whole bird)
  • Roasted sweet potatoes
  • Green beans with garlic and almonds
  • Simple filling (starts on the burner and ends on a sheet pan)

And here’s what we’re adding to our plates:

  • Cranberry sauce
  • Gravy
  • Dinner rolls
  • Your choice of festive cocktails

What kind of equipment and tools do I need?

Nothing out of the ordinary! There’s no need for an immersion blender, Instant Pot, or anything else that requires electricity. You’ll need:

  • A big sheet pan with high sides This one, which measures 18 x 13 x 2, is the ideal size for us.
  • Foil made of aluminum You don’t have to use foil if your baking sheet is nonstick, but it definitely makes cleaning easier!
  • Thermometer I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: we adore our ThermoWorks ChefAlarm (affiliate link).
  • Medium saucepan
  • Small mixing bowl
  • Cutting board
  • Chefs knife

3 Tips for Making a Small Batch Thanksgiving

  1. Don’t bother purchasing a whole turkey. Simply choose a boneless, skinless turkey breast. It will cook in FAR less time, will not need basting, and you will still have leftovers!

    I used a 2 pound unseasoned turkey breast for this article, but you may use 1 or 3 pound breasts, and if you want to omit the seasoning mix in the recipe card, you can also use a pre-seasoned one!

  2. Choose just a few sides. When it’s only you two, you don’t need a million different solutions, as I already said. This decreases the amount of time you spend standing in front of the stove and is simply more practical and realistic.

    Stuffing, sweet potatoes, and green beans are our three sides for this article.

  3. Shortcuts are quite acceptable. Some Thanksgiving mainstays are difficult to create from scratch in small numbers without expending a lot of time and energy (I’m looking at you, stuffing), so there’s no shame in adopting some shortcuts.

    Shortcuts were used for the sweet potatoes, stuffing, and gravy (with the option of utilizing a shortcut for the cranberry sauce and dinner rolls as well). The idea here is to make this dinner as stress-free as possible!

Step by Step Instructions for Making Thanksgiving Dinner for Two

Step #1: Oven prep

Preheat your oven to 400°F (205°C) on the middle rack and prepare your baking sheet. Aluminum foil will be used to line a big, high-sided baking pan. You’ll need a couple sheets of foil to thoroughly cover the bottom and sides of the pan, folding the foil ends over the corners.

I use this 18 x 13 x 2 pan, which is about deep enough to keep everything in place.

If your skillet is nonstick, you don’t need to cover it with foil, but believe me when I say it makes cleanup a million times simpler. No soaking or cleaning necessary; just fold and discard.

Step #2: Prepare the sweet potatoes

Because potatoes are known for taking a long time to cook, we’re going to chop them in half widthwise to ensure they cook in the same length of time as the rest of our components.

Rinse and clean them well before patting them dry. Poke them all over with a fork to enable the steam to escape and prevent them from bursting. I’ve never personally seen a potato explosion, but since I’ve heard enough horror tales, let’s be careful, shall we?

After that, cut them in half widthwise and coat each half with olive oil and kosher salt. And you’re welcome to poke even more holes in the sliced sides.

Place the potato halves on one side of the prepared pan, cut side up. Don’t worry, they’ll just be lonely for a short time.

Step #3: Prepare the stuffing

We’re also cutting corners on the stuffing. I enjoy my cornbread and bacon stuffing recipe, although I admit it requires some effort. And, in order to reduce stress this Thanksgiving, we’re going to start with store-bought stuffing mix.

I prefer to use cubed stuffing since it has more bits than other types of packaged stuffing mixes, making it seem more handmade. Simply follow the package directions and add the other ingredients listed on the recipe card for more flavor and substance. Substance, substance, substance.

You will need the following items in addition to what is specified on the package:

  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 cup onion, diced (about 1 small onion)
  • 1 cup diced celery
  • 1 cupchicken broth
  • 1 cup cornbread, cubed
  • 1 tablespoonsage leaves, chopped
  • cupchopped fresh parsley
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

You’ll begin the preparation in a medium saucepan over medium heat, then combine everything and move it to your baking sheet, where the sweet potatoes are already making themselves at home. Make a well in the middle for the turkey and place the stuffing on the other side of the sheet.

Do you want to cook cornbread? Purchase several large cornbread muffins and cut one into cubes! Then there’s the leftover cornmeal muffins, which is never a terrible thing. If you don’t like cornbread, just leave it out; no other changes are required.I don’t have

Step #4: Prepare the turkey breast

Here comes the main attraction! And the preparation is so simple that you’ll never want to prepare a whole turkey again. Unless you’re Bob Belcher, in which case you look forward to it every year for 364 days. To everyone his or her own.

Take the turkey breast out of its packing. If it’s tied with string, take it off and don’t worry about the lines left in the flesh; they’ll disappear as it cooks.

If it has one of those tiny plastic meat thermometers in it, leave it in, but don’t use it as your genuine indication of whether or not the turkey is at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit. They’re just inaccurate, and we don’t want to jeopardize food safety.

Season and dry the turkey. Using a paper towel, pat the turkey dry. Season with salt and pepper all over. In a small dish, mix the melted butter, chopped garlic, sage, and thyme, and then coat the turkey with it. That’s all. You’re finished.

I told you it would be simple! Carefully place the turkey in the middle of the stuffing on the baking pan.

Step #5: Roast

Now that the potatoes, stuffing, and turkey are ready to put on the prepared baking sheet, we’ll roast them for 40 minutes at 400F (204C).

We’ll prepare the green beans while they’re cooking.

Step #6: Prepare the green beans

Another simple and pleasant step. Toss the green beans with olive oil, sliced garlic, salt, and pepper in a small mixing dish.

The end.

Step #7: Add the green beans

After 40 minutes of roasting, add the green beans to the middle of the sheet (between the potatoes and the stuffing) and return to the oven for another 15-20 minutes.

Sweet potatoes and green beans should be soft, and the filling should be faintly browned.

Step #8: Check the turkey

The most important aspect of all of this is that the turkey is cooked to 165 degrees Fahrenheit (you may remove it from the oven once it hits 160 degrees Fahrenheit since it will rise to 165 degrees Fahrenheit while resting).

To keep an eye on things, I use our Thermoworks ChefAlarm (aff link) and insert the probe into the thickest portion of the breast before placing it in the oven.

Don’t worry if your turkey isn’t fully cooked when the rest of the sides are. Place the turkey breast on a second baking sheet and return to the oven until it reaches the desired temperature.

While the turkey is cooking, wrap the second baking sheet with aluminum foil and leave it in a warm spot while you wait for the bird to complete.

Alternatively, if the turkey won’t be cooking for long, you may use aluminum foil to cover everything except the bird to keep it from browning too much while the turkey cooks.

Step #9: Slice the turkey

Once the turkey has reached 165°F, move it to a cutting board with a well around the sides to collect the juices and let aside for at least 15 minutes. I like to wrap it gently with foil as it rests to keep it from cooling too much.

You may now slice it as you like. I like thick slices, but you may do whatever you want.

Final Step: Ready, set, serve!

If you prefer a more formal presentation, place everything on a big plate and serve yourself at the table. Even though it’s only the two of us, I like to appear fancy, so this is my preferred option.

But if you merely want to eat quickly (and don’t have dogs who could climb on the counter to help themselves to your dinner), divide what you want between two plates and dive in! If you’re going back for seconds, cover the remainder with foil; otherwise, put it all in an airtight container and put it in the fridge.

And, no matter how you serve your dinner, don’t forget to top the green beans with some slivered or sliced almonds for a little something something.

The Other No Muss, No Fuss Sides

Remember how I mentioned these sides at the start of this article around six years ago?

  • Cranberry sauce
  • Gravy
  • Dinner rolls
  • Your choice of festive cocktails

Let’s keep things as simple as possible. Grab a can of whole berry cranberry sauce, a carton of the best turkey gravy you can find, and a bundle of dinner buns from your neighborhood bakery.

But what about something homemade?! My cranberry sauce recipe is fantastic, as are my rosemary sea salt dinner rolls. But guess what? You’re already working hard, so don’t worry about further preparation. If you’re feeling ambitious, create your own; you’ll earn a gold star from me.

And about those cocktails

Drink Pairings for Thanksgiving Dinner

2-Ingredient Cranberry Mimosa (Poinsettia Cocktail)

A cranberry lover’s version of the standard mimosa – tart cranberries pair perfectly with a sugar-rimmed glass and sparkling champagne bubbles. Two main ingredients and they’re ready in 5 minutes!

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Apple Cider Mimosas (Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail)

Apple cider and champagne combine to make a tart and bubbly cocktail that’s the perfect fall twist on the classic mimosa – two ingredient apple cider mimosas! Pair it with your favorite autumn recipes.

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Apple Cider Hot Toddy

The classic hot toddy cocktail is easy to make, warm and comforting – which makes it the perfect drink when you’re fighting a cold. The apple cider hot toddy is a sweet and spicy variation!

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Instant Pot Glühwein (Mulled Wine)

The coziest of holiday drinks, mulled wine (or glühwein) is super easy to make in an Instant Pot or on the stovetop and makes for a perfectly spiced, warm Christmas drink!

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French 75 Cocktail

The French 75 is a classic bubbly gin and champagne cocktail with a fresh lemon zing! Goes well with just about everything – brunch, lunch, dinner or cocktail hour.

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What Can I Make Ahead of Time?

You may cook these sides and sweets ahead of time to save even more time on Thanksgiving day.

Dinner Rolls or Bread

Rosemary Sea Salt Dinner Rolls and Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits are two of my particular faves. If you wanted to go all out, prepare a loaf of Cranberry Pumpkin Banana Bread instead (you’ll have plenty of leftovers for breakfast).


Personally, I’m quite enough with a heaping spoonful of cranberry sauce and calling it a day. I’m not a big fan of pie, so it’s not a must-have on Thanksgiving. But if you’re like the other 99% of the regular people and like different sweets, prepare one of these.

Rosemary Sea Salt Dinner Rolls

Buttery, soft rolls are loaded with fresh rosemary and sea salt, are the perfect mix of a fluffy dinner roll and flaky biscuit, and will melt in your mouth!

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Copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits

This copycat recipe for Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits is downright addictive! The inside is soft with cheesy garlic flavor and the outside is crisp and golden with a generous coating of melted garlic butter – and they’ll be ready in less than 30 minutes!

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Easy Skillet Cornbread

Easy cornbread so good it doesn’t even NEED to be served with butter! No mixer needed, and ready in 30 minutes. This cornbread can be made in a cast iron skillet, stoneware baking dish, casserole baking dish, or square cake pan.

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Easy Homemade Cranberry Sauce

Put down the can of cranberry sauce and slowly back away! Instead, make this easy, 5-ingredient, homemade cranberry sauce recipe with whole cranberries and freshly squeezed orange juice and zest. The perfect addition to your holiday table!

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Paleo Nutella Swirled Pumpkin Pie Bars

The perfect alternative to pumpkin pie! Homemade Nutella swirl through a thick layer of pumpkin pie filling, sitting atop a shortbread crust – you won’t believe they’re gluten free, dairy free, and paleo.

Get the recipe >>

Easy Apple Galette

Tart apples combine with the sweet flavors of cinnamon, honey and coconut sugar, a crispy gluten free crust and a slightly nutty maple drizzle for the perfect fall dessert!

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Easy Apple Strudel Recipe

This apple strudel recipe is made easy with pre-made frozen puff pastry! A crisp, golden crust filled with sweet cinnamon sugar, tart apples and optional sliced almonds and golden raisins.

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Deep Dish Apple Pie

This deep dish apple pie has a flaky golden pie crust that is filled with 2″ of sweetly spiced, crisp apples and optional sliced almonds and golden raisins. Great for a crowd!

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Want to Make the Gravy Taste More Homemade?

Stir in part of the cooked turkey juices, a bit of chopped thyme, garlic powder, and pepper, and you’re done! It will be a notable improvement worthy of your affection.

Because, again lets not stress ourselves out!

Thanksgiving Dinner Timeline Infographic

Using 6PM as a baseline, this infographic sets out precisely what has to go in the oven and when during the 2 hour period from prep to chowing down.

Simply alter the hours if you are not dining at 6 p.m.

Download Thanksgiving Dinner for Two Timeline hereDownload

More Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas

If you’re searching for some additional dinner ideas, check out these!

Easy Candied Pecans

An easy gift for the holidays! Sweet and flavored with cinnamon and sugar, these candied pecans are an addicting snack that’s perfect for a crowd – baked and ready in about 30 minutes.

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Cranberry Pecan Cheese Ball

This cranberry pecan cheese ball combined creamy cheese with tart cranberries and crunchy pecans, making this the perfect shareable snack for your holiday gatherings!

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Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

This filling and creamy butternut squash soup is made entirely in an Instant Pot and is the ultimate heartwarming comfort food. It’s also naturally vegan, gluten free, dairy free, and easy to make in under an hour!

Get the recipe >>

Carrot Ginger Soup (Instant Pot or Stove Top)

This carrot ginger soup makes for an easy, healthy and heartwarming winter dish! It’s creamy with a subtle spicy kick of ginger, gluten free, dairy free, sugar free and perfect for those on a paleo diet. Even better, it will be ready in 30 minutes!

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Cranberry Pumpkin Banana Bread

Cranberry pumpkin banana bread combines bananas and canned pumpkin with dried cranberries for a moist, heavenly scented breakfast!

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Roasted Delicata Squash and Brussels Sprouts

A fall side dish that will brighten any meal! Roasted delicata squash and brussels sprouts are topped with pomegranate arils for gorgeous pops of color.

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Pan-Fried Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

These brussels sprouts are pan-fried with crumbled bacon and butter for a light and flavorful side dish!

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Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes

These twice-baked sweet potatoes are fully loaded, perfectly sweet and so filling they could be considered a dessert!

Get the recipe >>

Apple Crisp (for Two!)

Warm, cozy apple crisp recipe for two! Spiced apples are covered with a cinnamon oat crumble topping and baked until hot and gooey for the perfect small batch fall dessert.

Get the recipe >>

Maple Sugar Cookies (No Chill, Cutout Cookies)

Soft cut-out sugar cookies with crisp, defined edges that are loaded with maple syrup flavor. Use your favorite cookie cutter for fun shapes, and top with a sweet maple icing! Check out the video in the body of the post for step by step instructions.

Get the recipe >>

Soft Maple Sugar Cookies

These soft maple sugar cookies are the pillowy partner to my maple sugar cookie cutout recipe – no chilling required, and ready in under 30 minutes! Top with a drizzle of sweet maple icing for even more maple flavor.

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Thanksgiving Dinner for Two Recipe


Prep Time: 20mins
Cook Time: 1hr15mins
Total Time: 2hrs
Servings: 2servings (plus leftovers)
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This post will outline how to make a small Thanksgiving dinner for two people – almost everything is made on one sheet pan, ready in less than 2 hours and you’ll still have some delicious leftovers! I’m even including a timeline infographic for when to make what and how much can be prepared ahead of time.


  • High-sided sheet pan
  • Medium saucepan
  • Thermometer (ChefAlarm)
  • Mixing bowls
  • Cutting board
  • Chefs knife
  • Aluminum foil


For the sweet potatoes

  • 2small to medium sweet potatoes
  • olive oil
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • Toppings: butter, brown sugar, honey, cinnamon, or small marshmallows (optional).

For the stuffing

  • cupunsalted butter
  • 2clovesgarlic, minced
  • 1cuponion, diced (about 1 small onion)
  • 1cupdiced celery
  • 8ounceschicken broth
  • 6 oz. cubed stuffing mix (half of a 12 oz. box)
  • 1cupcornbread, cubed (optional, but encouraged)
  • 1Tablespoonsage leaves, chopped
  • cupchopped fresh parsley
  • salt and pepper, to taste

For the turkey

  • 12-pound boneless, skin-on turkey breast
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2tablespoonsunsalted butter, melted
  • 2garlic cloves, minced
  • 1teaspoonminced sage
  • 1teaspoonminced thyme leaves
  • salt and pepper

For the green beans

  • 6ouncesgreen beans
  • 1clovegarlic, thinly sliced
  • olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • sliced or slivered almonds, for topping



  • Preheat oven to 400F (204C).
  • Line a big high-sided sheet pan with aluminum foil, making careful to cover the bottom and sides and folding the foil ends over the pan’s edges.

For the sweet potatoes

  • Rinse and scrape the outsides of your sweet potatoes before patting them dry.
    2 medium to small sweet potatoes
  • Slice each sweet potato in half width-wise.
  • Rub them with just enough olive oil to coat them, then sprinkle with kosher salt.
    salt & pepper, olive oil
  • Place four potato halves, cut side up, on one end of a baking sheet coated with foil.

For the stuffing

  • Melt the butter in a medium saucepan over medium high heat.
    1 pound unsalted butter
  • Stir in the garlic, onion, and celery until soft.
    2 garlic cloves, 1 cup onion, 1 cup chopped celery
  • Stir in the chicken broth and bring to a boil.
    8 oz. chicken broth
  • Remove from fire and whisk in the stuffing mix, cornbread (if using), sage, and parsley to coat and incorporate. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
    6 oz. cubed stuffing mix, 1 cup cornbread, 1 tsp. sage leaves, 1 cup chopped fresh parsley, salt and pepper
  • Transfer to the baking sheet on the other side from the potatoes, leaving a well in the middle for the turkey. Make a space for the green beans between the potatoes and cornmeal.

For the turkey

  • Pat the turkey breast dry and season with salt and pepper all over.
    1 pound boneless, skinless turkey breast seasoned with salt & pepper
  • In a small mixing dish, combine the butter, garlic, sage, and thyme.
    2 tbsp unsalted butter, 2 garlic cloves, 1 tsp chopped sage leaves, 1 tsp minced thyme leaves
  • Rub the butter mixture all over the turkey with a pastry brush or your fingertips.
  • Place the seasoned turkey breast directly on top of the stuffing, not on top of the filling.

Time to roast: Part I

  • Place the prepared baking sheet with the sweet potatoes, stuffing, and turkey in the oven on the center rack and roast for 40 minutes at 400F.

Prep the green beans

  • Toss green beans with a sprinkle of oil, sliced garlic, salt, and pepper in a small bowl.
    6 ounces green beans, 1 garlic clove, salt & pepper

Time to roast: Part II

  • After the other ingredients have roasted for approximately 40 minutes, gently remove the skillet from the oven and place the green beans in the middle.
  • Return to the oven for 15-20 minutes more, or until the sweet potatoes and green beans are soft and the stuffing is golden brown.
  • Of course, the most important aspect of all of this is that the turkey is cooked to 165F (you may remove it from the oven at 160F and it will rise to 165F while resting). If your turkey isn’t done when the rest of the sides are, put it on a separate baking sheet and return it to the oven until it’s cooked to the right temperature.
  • While you wait for the turkey, cover the second baking sheet with aluminum foil and put it in a warm area.
  • Alternatively, if the turkey won’t be cooking for long, you may use aluminum foil to cover everything except the bird to keep it from browning too much while the turkey cooks.
  • When the turkey reaches 165°F, move it to a cutting board with a well around the sides to collect the juices and set aside for at least 15 minutes. Cut into desired shapes.


  • If you prefer a more formal presentation, place everything on a big plate and serve yourself at the table.
  • If you want to eat quickly, divide what you want between two plates and dive in!


Read the whole post carefully, as there is too much helpful information than what can fit into this box! 

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 1701kcal | Carbohydrates: 146g | Protein: 114g | Fat: 72g | Saturated Fat: 32g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 10g | Monounsaturated Fat: 23g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 391mg | Sodium: 2233mg | Potassium: 2866mg | Fiber: 16g | Sugar: 29g | Vitamin A: 35328IU | Vitamin C: 55mg | Calcium: 398mg | Iron: 13mg


How can I have Thanksgiving for two?

This Thanksgiving Dinner for Two Includes Roasted Turkey Breast with Stuffing.
Sweet potatoes candied.
Brussels sprouts roasted.
Potatoes mashed.
Green Bean “Casserole” (on the stovetop)
Gravy with mushrooms and herbs.

What do you eat on Thanksgiving for one person?

Roast the breast of a turkey. Flavorful Herb Crusted Roast Turkey Breast is simple to prepare and the ideal size for one or two individuals.
Roast Turkey with Herb Crusted.
Tenderloin of Turkey.
One turkey cutlet with gravy.
One Carrot Soufflé.
One serving of mashed potatoes.
One Cranberry Sauce.
Dressing for one sausage.

What is a basic Thanksgiving dinner menu?

What is traditionally served during a Thanksgiving dinner? Roast turkey, stuffing with onions and celery, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, corn, dinner rolls, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie are all typical Thanksgiving fare.

What do you eat for a small Thanksgiving?

Roast turkey (unless you’re vegetarian or vegan, of course), gravy, stuffing (or dressing), mashed potatoes, some type of sweet potatoes, green beans, and cranberry sauce are all traditional Thanksgiving fare. Everything is included in this modest Thanksgiving feast.

How do you host a small Thanksgiving?

How to Throw a Small Thanksgiving Party
Make folks feel at ease.
Experiment with fresh recipes.
Maintain a short and straightforward menu.
Maintain a clean, but pleasant environment.
Make something unique for your visitors.
You must effectively manage your time.
Give Thanks.
Relax and take pleasure in your company.

How to do Thanksgiving without family?

What to Do Without Family on Thanksgiving
Make a reservation at a nearby hotel. Anything out of the norm you can do will make the holiday seem unique and not dreary.
Wear your pajamas all day. 0 Guilt.
You should not make any plans.
Over Zoom, play charades.
Assist a neighbor.
Spend the day letter-writing.
Friendsgiving, of course.

How do you plan a small Thanksgiving dinner?

If you don’t like leftovers, don’t purchase a whole turkey. You may still eat some bird without getting a huge or complete turkey.
Only eat your favorite sides.
Mini pies or tarts might be served.
Enjoy having all of the leftovers to yourself.

What to cook when alone on Thanksgiving?

If You’re Spending Thanksgiving Riding, Here Are 10 Single-Serve Recipes…
Overnight Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal.
Crumpets with a ‘French Toast’ flavor.
Turkey breast with stuffing.
Meatballs with turkey, cranberries, and stuffing.
Roasted Root Vegetables with Rosemary.
Miniature Pumpkin Pies.
In a Mug: Pumpkin Pie.
Miniature apple pies.

What are 3 main foods on Thanksgiving?

Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes. A classic Thanksgiving dinner includes roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, green beans, and cranberry sauce, as well as pumpkin pie for dessert.

What are the 12 most popular Thanksgiving dishes?

Mashed potatoes scored first among the 12 most popular Thanksgiving side dishes. We’ll come back for seconds.
Stuffing. To be honest, we could eat stuffing all year.
Mac and cheese. Macaroni and cheese is a Thanksgiving staple.
Sauce with cranberries.
Casserole of Green Beans.
Casserole of Sweet Potatoes.
Brussel sprouts are a kind of sprout.

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