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5 Perfect Turkey and Potato Pairings

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the turkey and potatoes! We’ve paired up our best recipes to make planning the big meal easier than ever.
roast turkey and creamy mashed potatoes

1.  Roast Turkey + Creamy Ranch Mashed Potatoes

Thanksgiving classics reign supreme, and these recipes are no exception. Quick, creamy mashed potatoes made extra flavorful with a kick of ranch perfectly complement a traditional roasted turkey.


oven roasted turkey breast and mashed potato minis

2.  Oven-Roasted Turkey Breast + Mashed Potato Minis

Make all of your Thanksgiving favorites with less fuss this year by serving recipes that cut down on prep time—but not on flavor! Tender oven-roasted turkey breast and cute individual mini mashed potato bites can both be prepped in just 15 minutes.


brined whole turkey and easy mashed potato casserole

3.  Brined Whole Turkey + Easy Mashed Potato Casserole

First time brining a turkey? This top-rated recipe is easy to follow and perfect for beginners. Prepare a cheesy mashed potato casserole the day before the feast to minimize stress. Once your guests try these two stunners, they’ll want you to host every year!


herb scented roast turkey with cornbread stuffing and do-ahead mashed potatoes

4.  Herb-Scented Roast Turkey with Cornbread Stuffing + Do-Ahead Mashed Potatoes

Surprise Thanksgiving guests with an herb-scented whole turkey that’s made special with only a few simple ingredients. This classic mashed potato casserole can prepared up to a day ahead, giving you more time to focus on the big bird.


glazed roast turkey with cranberry stuffing and ultimate slow cooker potatoes

5.  Glazed Roast Turkey with Cranberry Stuffing + Ultimate Slow-Cooker Potatoes

Step up your game this Thanksgiving with this incredible turkey and potato duo! A tender, glazed turkey with delicious cranberry stuffing paired with creamy, slow-cooked mashed potatoes will have guests swooning.



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