15 Non Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas Oh my goodness. Need we say anything? Because this picture of Four Cheese Baked Skillet Rigatoni is worth a thousand words. Without hesitation, this goodness should go on your 2015 Thanksgiving menu, from How Sweet It Is. Can you say Caramelized Brussel Sprouts with Blue Cheese, Bacon, and Caramel Apple Vinaigrette five times? We can't either, but you bet we can't wait to try this tasty side dish for the holidays this year! You'll be shocked at how short the prep and cook time is, so check out this incredible recipe from Half Baked Harvest.Have you ever heard the words pumpkin and tacos used together? We haven't either, but before you turn your nose up you simply have to read on to get the recipe for these Pumpkin Spice Tacos from Camille Styles, who never disappoints!There are good desserts, and there are desserts where you simply can't help but to go back for more. These Baked Apple Cinnamon Doughnut Holes are on our sweets radar for Thanksgiving and they should be on yours too. Get the full recipe from How To: Simplify, right here.Move over roasted carrots. The Martha version of you is top notch and with an undeniable twist. Include these tasty Roasted Carrots with Feta and Parsley in your Thanksgiving feast! And, not to mention, Martha Stewart's only take 5 minutes to prep! How does she make all things amazing, so effortless?Before we forget the most important part of the meal (dessert), let's introduce Ganish and Glaze's simply delish Caramel Pecan Carrot Cupcakes. When you mix the tastiness of caramel and the texture of carrot cake, you may just be taking over the world. Get the full recipe here.Sweet potatoes on Thanksgiving are an obvious must, but what about a crunchy, kid friendly, dunk-able version of sweet potato? And did you really think we wouldn't include some kind of french fry in this post? Without further questioning, get all the info on these incredible Tuscan Sweet Potato Fries from Family Style Food. The perfect finger food addition to your feast.Because we know hot soup on a cold, crisp day is the perfect source of warmth- even on the holiday. Whip up this Roasted Garlic and Cauliflower Soup for a pre dinner appetizer for your guests. Recipe and images via Cooking and Beer.It's in the name. How could Autumn Quinoa Salad possibly let you down in the fall or as a non traditional thanksgiving side? With step by step directions you too can achieve this delicious mix by heading here, created by The Green Forks.Needing a fresh new recipe for the main shebang? Look no further than this Citrus and Herb Roasted Turkey Recipe. With this simple and straight forward directions by Spoon Fork Bacon, you truly can't go wrong. We triple turkey dare you to try it.With this Candied Pecan and Persimmon Herb Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette you can get the tastes of fall while staying on the lighter side of the meal spectrum. What Katie Ate is a go to for all things yummy, and this "Thanksgiving salad" is no different.We are quite confident in a weak moment we could eat this entire basket of Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Rolls. But hey, weakness is what the holiday meals are all about right? Indulging without regret? Well get your baking on with this recipe from Diethood.This for reals cornbread stuffing mixed with all things yummy will be a hit at your Thanksgiving dinner. No more box stuffing for your family... get this Poblano Cornbread Stuffing recipe here, masterfully created by Love and Lemons.Oh my goodness. Need we say anything? Because this picture of Four Cheese Baked Skillet Rigatoni is worth a thousand words. Without hesitation, this goodness should go on your 2015 Thanksgiving menu, from How Sweet It Is.This Sweet Potato Layer Cake with Molasses Buttercream tastes as divine as it looks. The tastiest of foods bring family together. Enjoy this fluffy treat with your loved ones from Love and Olive Oil.Who says horderves aren't as festive as a grand meal? Have you thought of having an entire thanksgiving that is finger food friendly? We sure have and this Ricotta Flatbread with Pomegranate Salsa is the perfect start. Don't miss the full recipe and more amazing pictures from Family Style Food, right over here. Who says horderves aren't as festive as a grand meal? Have you thought of having an entire thanksgiving that is finger food friendly? We sure have and this Ricotta Flatbread with Pomegranate Salsa is the perfect start. Don't miss the full recipe and more amazing pictures from Family Style Food, right over here.