5 Easy Holiday Dishes for When You’re On The Move


The teams at All Service Moving love to hustle, but we also value our unwind time. Getting together for the holidays means friends, family and of course, food. Whether getting ready to move, just settling in, or simply trying to fit it all in with a busy schedule, we have you covered with our easy go-to staff favorites. These quick and easy recipes will be the hit of the party (we promise).

Veggie Bundles

Veggie & Bacon Bundles

What we love: These are great to prep ahead and make as you need for unexpected guests or as the perfect side dish for a group meal.

Pro Tip: Make your bundles vegetarian friendly by using meatless bacon or substituting green onions for the wrap. You can mix and match by adding green beans, or julienned red or yellow peppers for an extra burst of color and flavor. GET THE RECIPE

Orange Glazed Beets

Orange Glazed Beets

What we love: Vegetarian, gluten and nut free. These beets are one of our favorite holiday shares and can be prepped in less than 15 minutes for a sure hit.

Pro Tip: After cooling toss beets with a bag of arugula for a hearty salad. GET THE RECIPE

Vegan Green Bean Casserole

 Vegan Green Bean Casserole

What we love: Vegan friendly and so delicious, this recipe will keep for 3-4 days so you can fit prep into your busy schedule.

Pro Tip: Substitute rice flour to make this recipe gluten free, and soy-milk for those avoiding nuts. Double the “sauce” for an extra-decadent delight or add some slivered jalapenos for an extra spicy punch. GET THE RECIPE

Jalapeno Popper Wonton Cups

Jalapeno Popper Wonton Cups

What we love: You can make all the ingredients, fillings and cups, ahead of time making this a perfect dish to bring for a holiday gathering.

Pro Tip: If you or your guests prefer less spice, use red bell peppers, or substitute crab meat, chicken, ground sausage…the possibilities are endless. GET THE RECIPE

Baked Acorn Squash

Baked Acorn Squash with Butter and Brown Sugar

What we love: With only 5 ingredients, the big taste of this harvest delight belies its simplicity. Great for vegetarian meals, high in antioxidants and vitamin C, there’s simply nothing not to love about this dish.

Pro Tip: If you like a little spice: Drop the brown sugar, double the maple syrup, and add a dash of cayenne or black pepper. GET THE RECIPE

All Service Moving Wishes You a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving

Whether you’re on the move, or spending time with friends and family we hope your turkey-day (or vegan roast) is a success.