One of the hardest questions in life to answer is “What’s your favorite food?”. Even harder to answer is “What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food?”. Between the turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and the array of desserts, it’s hard to pick just ONE. Since things like mashed potatoes are eaten throughout the year and not just on the holiday, my answer would be something I usually only eat during the holiday season- green bean casserole.
Yes, it sound- and even looks- a little gross to some people. But I promise you it’s delicious. I do enjoy vegetables, and green beans are probably my favorite. Fun fact: when I was little, my babysitter told my parents I ate an entire can of green beans by myself in one sitting. This recipe also includes cream of mushroom soup and crispy fried onions. No, I don’t enjoy creamy soups or this soup on its own, but mixed in the casserole you really can’t tell. The onions on top are crispy and add just the right amount of kick to the dish. The best part is how simple and easy the recipe is (click here for the recipe my family uses). You can even add other ingredients for fun variations.
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food or recipe?