Thanksgiving Recipes From HGTV Stars

HGTV Magazine asked a few familiar faces to share their favorite family recipe for the holiday. Get ready to dig in!

Photo By: Lara Robby

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Photo By: Lara Robby (food styled by Mariana Velasquez)

Inside the Recipe Box

From stuffing to pie, these HGTV stars each have a go-to recipe that’s become tradition in their family. Whip them up for your next family gathering, and they might just become a staple on your holiday table, too. 

Joanna Gaines’ Fresh Cranberry Sauce

“This recipe is so easy, it’s no surprise we’ve passed it down in my family for generations. My kids really love it with whipped cream.”—Joanna Gaines, Fixer Upper. Click here for the complete recipe.

David Bromstad’s Famous Whipped Potatoes

“I put my own twist on whipped potatoes—and hit the Yukon Gold jackpot. Hello, new tradition!”—David Bromstad, HGTV Dream Home 2016. Click here for the complete recipe.

Tiffany Brooks’ Sweet Potato Casserole

“I tinkered with this recipe until I landed on the secret ingredient: pineapple juice. The acidity cuts the sweetness.”—Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Smart Home 2016. Click here for the complete recipe.

Meg Caswell’s Sausage, Apple, and Cornbread Stuffing

“Almost 30 years ago, my dad clipped this recipe out of the newspaper, and it’s been our go-to stuffing ever since. How cool is that?”—Meg Caswell, HGTV designer. Click here for the complete recipe.

Chip Wade’s Pumpkin Meringue Pie

“My grandmother has been making this meringue-topped pie for five decades! It might be the longest-running tradition in my family.”—Chip Wade, Elbow Room. Click here for the complete recipe.

Sabrina Soto’s Green Bean and Artichoke Casserole

"My partner, Steve, brought this to his first Thanksgiving with the Soto clan, and they’ve requested it every year since!”—Sabrina Soto, HGTV designer. Click here for the complete recipe.