Foodie Friday Link Party 62

It's Foodie Friday Link Party! Head on over and leave up to 4 recipes on the blog! See you there.


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Hi y’all! Thanks for stopping by for our weekly Foodie Friday Link Party 62!

I hope you all had a great Halloween. We sat out on our driveway and handed out candy for a fun-filled night.

Now, we are inching closer (although it feels like flying) toward Thanksgiving. We are seeing lots of wonderful dishes that will be perfect for your family.

I love the tried and true recipes that we serve each year, but I also like to find new recipes. I was never big on sweet potatoes until I tried my sister-in-law’s recipe, and I was sold.

She made me a believer in sweet potatoes. So, whenever I can find new recipes for Thanksgiving dishes, I get excited.

This week, we have some great recipes for Thanksgiving or any time of year.

Featured Recipes


Julia over at Julia’s Simply Southern always has the yummiest dishes. This week, she is sharing her stuffing, which is full of all kinds of goodness, such as cornbread, celery, cooked ham, and so many wonderful spices. I know your mouth is already watering. Picture of Aunt Betty’s Famous Ham Dressing

Aunt Betty’s Famous Ham Dressing from Julia’s Simply Southern 


Kay, over at Cooking with K, came up with the wonderful idea of splitting up the toppings on sweet potato casserole. She has a few people in her family that like the marshmallow topping, and others that like the crumble topping. So, she split it up so everyone would be happy. Great idea!

Picture of His and Her Sweet Potato Casserole

His and Her Sweet Potato Casserole from Cooking with K


Y’all are going to love these cookies. The cookies are rolled in powdered sugar cannoli chips. Does it get any better than that? Plus, the cookie itself contains the powdered sugar cannoli chips. Oh, My. Goodness. Yes and yes.

Picture of Powdered Sugar Cannoli Chip Cookies

Powdered Sugar Cannoli Chip Cookies from Kelly Lynn’s Sweets and Treats


If you love broccoli, you’re going to love this recipe. There is a great combination of brown sugar, tarragon, onion salt, and powder, as well as fresh ground pepper. It’s a delicious treat any time of year with plenty of flavor explosions that you’ll want to make again and again. Picture of Sweet Sautéed Broccoli

Sweet Sautéed Broccoli (shared on Delishably)


To Join the Party:

  • If you have a recipe, please leave a link at the bottom of the page.
  • If you’d like to check out one of the recipes, click on the photo and it will take you right to that site.
  • Be sure to share the love and Pin and/or comment on recipes. 

Food Bloggers: Link up your recipes below.

  • Only food related posts please.
  • You can leave up to 5 links.
  • The links populate randomly.
  • By leaving your link, you are allowing me to post your photos on Back To My Southern Roots.


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  1. Thank you for hosting. I love sharing with your readers and always find inspiration here. Have a blessed week! #OverTheMoon #ThursdayFavoriteThings

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      Hi Marilyn! Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a good weekend.

  2. Thank you SO much for the featured post on my broccoli recipe! That made my day! 🙂

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      So glad to hear! It looks great. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kelly @ Kelly Lynns Sweets and Treats says:

    Thank you for featuring my cookies!! Have a great weekend 🙂 xoxo

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      You’re welcome! They look so yummy. Thank you for sharing!

  4. Amy-The Speedy Spatula says:

    So many awesome Thanksgiving recipes! Thank you for hosting each week!

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      Hi Amy! Thanks for stopping by. I always your recipes!

  5. Kay Little says:

    Thank you so much for the feature!

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      Hi Kay! Thanks for sharing your recipe. It looks delicious. Have a good weekend!

  6. Thank you for another party with some great ideas! Happy November!

    1. Julie Pollitt says:

      Hi Amy! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a wonderful November, too!