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Friendsgiving is definitely a thing.

And we're all about it! After all, being able to share an amazing meal with friends is a great reason to be thankful. And after you check these revved-up Thanksgiving classics and soon-to-be favorites from our friends at Old El Paso – well, let's just say you'll have a few more reasons.

Whether you're celebrating Wednesday or Friday (or even Thursday), these recipes are sure to astound and impress. Just don't forget the 17 rules of Friendsgiving. Enjoy!


Slow-Cooker Taco-Spiced Turkey

Slow-Cooker Taco-Spiced Turkey

Is there any need to expand on the recipe name? This bird will fly into mouths at a record pace.

 

Corn Chorizo Stuffing

Corn Chorizo Stuffing

It has been said that stuffing is... bland. No more, friends. No more!

 

Cheesy Bacon Brussels Sprouts

Cheesy Bacon Brussels Sprouts

Yes, Brussels sprouts can be a love or hate thing – but with cheese and bacon it's crazy not to love.

 

Cornbread with Chiles and Bacon

Cornbread with Chiles and Bacon

This is probably not your mother's (or grandmother's) cornbread. Spicy, savory, crumbling magic.

 

Mulled Red Wine Sangria

Mulled Red Wine Sangria

It's like cider and sangria got together and... well, you know. Good stuff!

 

Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Flautas

Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Flautas

A traditional dessert with just the thing for a great mashup: Pumpkin.

 

Turkey Enchiladas

Turkey Enchiladas

Whether you use leftover or firstover turkey for these rolls of tasty, get ready for next level awesome. 


Southwest Cornbread Stuffing

Southwest Cornbread Stuffing

The Thanksgiving – or Friendsgiving – table can get pretty heavy. Add some vegetables to this combination of two favorites to lighten things up.


Tomatillo Turkey Soup

Tomatillo Turkey Soup

Having to use up leftover turkey is one of the best things about the holiday, and this tomatillo turkey soup is a supremely delicious way to do it.

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