Here are all the recipes that were cooked on the Annual TV 5 Morning Show Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving StromboliIngredients:1 Cup Cranberry sauce (more if you like)StuffingCooked turkeyTurkey gravy2 pkgs Pizza dough dry mix (do not buy ready made)Olive oil sprayParchment paperDirections:Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Spray cookie sheet with olive oil.Make pizza dough according to package directions. Make both pizza mixes into one dough. For ease, roll out pizza dough on parchment paper into a rectangle. Spread cranberry sauce over dough, leaving a little space around the edge. Spread cooked stuffing over cranberry sauce. Spread chopped cooked turkey over stuffing.Roll up jellyroll style (it is easy to do this by rolling inside the parchment paper). DO NOT slice the top or completely close the ends. Spray top of roll with olive oil. Place seam down on pan, removing parchment paper.Cook for 20-25 min. Cool and slice. Serve with gravy on the side for dipping or pour over the slices.Submitted by: Chelsey Anderson, TV5 News ProducerHash Brown Cheesy Potato CasseroleIngredients: 16 oz Light Sour Cream1 small can Cream of Chicken1 bag of shredded potatoes (hash browns)2 1/2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese1 stick of butterItalian Bread CrumbsDirections:Melt stick of butter in microwaveable bowl. Keep separate. Mix sour cream, cream of chicken, and 2 cups of cheese together. Add shredded potatoes and mix thoroughly. Put in casserole dish and smooth together. Cut slits in dish and pour in melted butter. Smooth together, sprinkle remaining cheese and bread crumbs on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Submitted by Rob Lydick, TV5 Meteorologist Pumpkin CrunchIngredients:For the Batter:1 yellow cake mix, dry1/2 cup of butter, melted3 eggs1 can (30 oz) of pumpkin1/2 teaspoon of vanilla1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon1/2 teaspoon of brown sugarFor the Crunch:1 cup of brown sugar2 teaspoons of cinnamon4 tablespoons of butter, melted2 cups of chopped pecans, walnuts or peanuts4 tablespoons of flourDirections: Mix batter ingredients together in a bowl. Mix crunch ingredients in a separate bowl. In a greased 9 x 13 pan, layer from bottom to top: batter, crunch, batter, crunch. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 – 45 minutes. Top with cool whip and serve. Note: some of the ingredients can be substituted for lower fat, lower sugar options. Submitted by Catherine Pegram, TV5 News Anchor/Reporter Egg Nog Whipped CreamIngredients:1 cup whipping cream 1 cup eggnog 1 Tbsp sugar Nutmeg to taste1. Combine whipping cream and eggnog in mixer with whisk attachment. 2. While the mixer is beating, slowly incorporate sugar. 3. When mixture has reached soft peaks, grate in fresh nutmeg to taste, mixing to incorporate.