Just in time for the hungriest day of the year.
The hungriest holiday is right around the corner: Thanksgiving! There’s only one way improve the experience of sharing your favorite Thanksgiving recipes with friends and family– sharing those recipes via Cloud Cards.
We asked some members of team Rocketbook to share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes with us, and then we put them those recipes on Cloud Cards so we could turn around and share them with you!
What are Cloud Cards?
Remember your grandma’s old box of index cards with recipes written on them? Cloud Cards are just like that, but from the future. Unlike all other index cards, Cloud Cards work with the Rocketbook app so you can easily send what’s on your cards to the cloud, plus they’re endlessly reusable. With lines on one side and a dot-grid on the other, Cloud Cards conform to your note-taking (or recipe-recording) needs.
How Can I Use Cloud Cards for Recipes?
Using Cloud Cards for recipe storing and sharing is a nice mix of old-school and new-school thinking. You can still keep a stack of Cloud Cards in a box just like grandma did, except yours are erasable and cloud-connected. A recipe can easily be erased and updated if you like to tweak your recipes over time.
We recommend adding checkboxes to your ingredient list so you can use Smart Lists in the Rocketbook app!
Our Favorite Recipes
Spiced Cranberry Orange Sauce
Jackie, a Rocketbook OG and Brand & Customer experience extraordinaire, brings us a Thanksgiving classic: cranberry sauce. Love it or hate it, this is an iconic dish. What other time of the year do you ever eat mashed-up cranberries? Probably never, unless you live in Wisconsin. (Apparently, Wisconsin is the largest producer of cranberries in the US.) Jackie hopes that this sauce brings a little zing to your table this Thanksgiving.
What is cornbread pudding? We didn’t know either, until Rocketbook’s best chef (and Brand Community Manager), Emily, sent us this recipe. Having never heard this one before, we had our doubts–but who doesn’t like pudding or cornbread? Shake things up this Thanksgiving and try the Cornbread Pudding–it’s an easy recipe for amateur cooks, and remember: Emily suggested it so it WILL be good.
Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Our apologies to green beans, but there’s a new vegetable in town that we’ll be indulging in this Thanksgiving. Brussels sprouts on their own are not great, we know. But if you add some pancetta and slather some balsamic glaze them, you have one sophisticated and NOT gross dish. Let’s all be sophisticated this year and get past this Brussels sprouts aversion, together. A suggestion from the office yogi and superstar product developer, Sarita, this is a dish that you’ll want to make not just at Thanksgiving, but all year-round.
Pumpkin Pie Squares and Frosting
Leave it to marketing analytics guru, Jason, to suggest a complete reinvention of pumpkin pie: pumpkin pie SQUARES. We’ll give you a moment to recover, it’s a lot to take in…Yes, they’re pumpkin pie bars that are very similar to pumpkin pie, but with frosting on top. If it sounds out of this world to you, it’s because it is. Shock and delight everyone at your Thanksgiving table this year with these and you’ll be starting a new tradition.
Those are all of the recipes we had in our recipe book, so we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving filled with family, coziness, and lots of food! Thanks for reading, and we hope that you found these recipes intriguing. If you want to start putting your own recipes on Cloud Cards, don’t forget to check them out on our website. And feel free to ask our chefs any questions about these recipes at email@example.com