Your Ultimate Friendsgiving Menu

Got big plans for your Friendsgiving feast? You'll need a little help from your closest pals, and we've got the fail-proof recipes to fit every personality.

Who's Coming to Dinner?

Every group has its classic characters, so this year, celebrate your friends' strengths around the table. Meet the eight people you'll find at Friendsgiving, from the wannabe bartender to the Instagram-famous foodie (and discover their favorite dishes below).

Hot Apple Pie Punch

Easy to prep on the stove or in the slow cooker, this five-ingredient brew is the ideal recipe to assign your wannabe bartender friend — and will keep the good times flowing all throughout the feast.

The Perfect Autumnal Cheese Board

Your friend the savvy snacker? Put them on cheese board duty. This colorful array of fall fruit and savory spreads can be assembled in mere minutes and eaten even faster.

Extra-Special Green Bean Casserole

Behold: 30-minute Thanksgiving comfort food that anyone can master. This riff on the classic adds crushed cornflakes for unbeatable crunch.

Pepperoni Chips

You know that buddy who always brings his own tupperware to sneak home leftovers? We call him the "thrifty" friend, and these inexpensive (and microwaveable) chips have his name written all over them.

Slow-Cooker Mac & Cheese

A quintessential Friendsgiving favorite, mac and cheese is easier than ever when tossed in the slow cooker and is ready to serve when you are.

Cornbread & Sausage Stuffing Muffins

The beauty of stuffing baked in a muffin tin? You're guaranteed crispy edges on every serving, so no one has to fight over the crunchy ends of the pan.

Cranberry Wobbler

If you love any excuse to break out ye olde Bundt pan, this retro cranberry ring should be your recipe of choice for this year's potluck.

Easy Roast Turkey

Turkey first-timers, meet your new best friend. Roasted simply with butter, salt and lots of pepper, this bird's a breeze to make — even for beginners.

Quinoa-Stuffed Kabocha Squash

Gluten-free guest alert! Any friends avoiding wheat will be thrilled with this hearty side, stuffed to the brim with raisin- and mushroom-studded quinoa.

Thanksgiving Panzanella

You've got that friend who always demands a salad, but they never said it couldn't be bread-based, right? Just short of stuffing itself, this panzanella's positively giddy with flavor thanks to honeycrisp apples, brown butter and fried sage leaves.

Upside-Down Potato & Onion Tart

How does the vegetarian-friendly dish become the standout favorite of the night? Three simple words: Gruyere, feta and mozzarella.

Easiest-Ever Creamed Spinach

Don't worry, even novice cooks can tackle this four-ingredient spinach, which takes just 20 minutes on the stovetop (saving you valuable oven space).

Mini Pumpkin Pies

Otherwise known as a match made in heaven for your Instagram-obsessed friends. Topped with a picture perfect toasted meringue, these bite-sized pies will have everyone standing on chairs to take overhead shots before chowing down.

Sparkling Pumpkin Centerpiece

For the friends who are less than comfortable in the kitchen, Friendsgiving can feel like a lot of pressure. Fortunately, this DIY centerpiece is both fancy and mercifully cook-free.