14 of Our Best Thanksgiving Gravy Recipes
Forget store-bought! You can make flavorful gravy from scratch in 20 minutes. Here are Thanksgiving gravy recipes to keep handy for the holidays.
This is one of the best homemade gravy recipes for a busy day in the kitchen. You’ll need only six simple ingredients and 15 minutes to whip up a rich gravy for the turkey and mashed potatoes.
Talk about traditional Thanksgiving gravy! This recipe uses fresh vegetables to infuse a homemade broth made from leftover turkey. Then, a cornstarch slurry helps thicken it to the right consistency, while herbs like sage and thyme amp up the fall flavor.
Wow your guests with one of our top-rated Thanksgiving gravy recipes. The secret ingredients that make this gravy rich and delicious? A quarter cup of apple brandy and an apple like Jonagold or Honeycrisp.
True to its name, this is one of the best Thanksgiving gravy recipes if you’re short on time. Not only is our recipe ready in 20 minutes, but a single batch makes 16 servings and calls for six simple ingredients.
The key to this hearty Thanksgiving gravy recipe is finely chopped turkey giblets. The addition of fresh sage and white wine further enhance this flavorful recipe. No wine on hand? You can use chicken stock instead.
This is one of the best Thanksgiving gravy recipes for holiday tables that could never have too much gravy! You can bake the turkey wings and steep the broth up to two days in advance. Then, on the day of your feast, whisk in the flour and butter (a flat whisk is ideal for this task).
The star of this make-ahead gravy recipe is turkey wings. Simmer the wings in a stockpot with onion, fresh sage and broth for a rich gravy that pairs well with turkey and all of our favorite Thanksgiving sides.
This Thanksgiving gravy recipe makes a dry mix that’s perfect for year-round gravy cravings. The mix is ready in 15 minutes and keeps well for up to six months. You can even add garlic powder or herbs de Provence for additional flavor.
Ready in 20 minutes, this recipe is truly foolproof. Don’t skip the poultry seasoning or chicken bouillon granules—both are essential ingredients that make this Thanksgiving gravy recipe a keeper!
This six-ingredient gravy uses flour to thicken a mixture of turkey drippings and broth. The best part? A quarter-cup serving of this herby goodness is only 74 calories.
Taste of Home
Looking for a unique gravy recipe for the holidays this year? This one is perfect! Fresh tarragon results in a rich gravy with a distinct flavor, while the orange juice lends a hint of sweetness.