Last minute recipes for Thanksgiving

With all the craze of the holidays, life can get very hectic without us even knowing and though Thanksgiving is the perfect time to relax, unwind and enjoy - cooking the gigantic meal for your friends, family and loved ones can be a bit daunting. However! Not to fear because the Lifestyle Collective bloggers are here.

Take a look through the slideshow for delicious, easy to make recipes great for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Last minute Thanksgiving dishes
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Last minute Thanksgiving dishes

Ginger Mandarin Cranberry Sauce

"My self-proclaimed cranberry sauce hater (Moses) said, "I'd eat that" and I'm hoping that translates to, "this is the sauce that dreams are made of." - Fix Feast Flair

Get the recipe here!

Paleo No Bake Pecan Pumpkin Pie Bites

"No Bake Pecan Pumpkin Pie Bites are the perfect fall and holiday dessert! They come together quickly, are refined sugar-free and gluten-free! Feel free to have that second piece!" - With Salt and Wit

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Egg and Pepper Crostini Recipe

"Perfect for holiday entertaining and beyond, this Egg and Pepper Crostini Recipe is a cinch to put together and full of flavor. It will be the unexpected hit!" - Taste and Tell

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Traditional Casserole vs. Lighter Salad

"This year, if you're looking for a lighter version of the classic green bean casserole try my recipe for a lighter (but no less delicious!) salad version, complete with creamy (but not naughty) garlic dressing." - Holly Likes to Cook

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Prosciutto and Collard Green Hand Pies

" I'm not sure why I've never noticed this about collards before, but they are so damn delicious in everything." - Bacon, Egg and Cheesecake

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Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

"You’re going to  love this recipe because it’s super moist and leaves your kitchen smelling delicious as you cupcakes bake." - A Happy Food Dance

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Crescent-Wrapped Asparagus

"Crescent-Wrapped Asparagus with Boursin is very simple. Basically, prepare the asparagus, open the pre-made crescent roll dough and roll it out a little thinner with a rolling pin." - Simply Sated

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The holidays are the best time to spend with loved ones what better way to bond than with a tasty plate of food? Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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