Recipe Roundup: 12 Desserts for Thanksgiving 2013 (Part II)

by Diana on November 20, 2013

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Eight more days to go before Thanksgiving, but I feel like I’m running out of time to prepare for the big day. Although I’m not hosting this year’s Thanksgiving (my sister holds the flag this time), I have to bring some treats for the kids. My sister asked me to a week ago. She said she can’t do it all. Well, you’ve gotta help a sister. Anyway, have you decided what to serve on the table yet? I hope this roundup will help you choose what sweet treats you’ll place on the table.

Recipe Roundup Desserts for Thanksgiving 2013 (Part II) Recipe Roundup Desserts for Thanksgiving 2013 (Part II) 2

 

 

1 - Fall Marshmallow Pops

If you feel like you want to add more sweet treats during Thanksgiving, this is definitely the good choice. You can make it right there and then! You won’t need five minutes to do them pops! Just make sure you have a stock of marshmallows, lollipop sticks and food coloring pens.

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2 – Dreamy Pear Trifle

If you want to go vegan on Thanksgiving, this dreamy pear trifle from The Kind Life seems to be a nice treat.

 

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3 – Caramel Pretzel Trees

Wouldn’t be nice to have a touch of the season on your Thanksgiving sweet treats? that exactly is what 1 Fine Cookie offfers with this recipe. Although these are bites for kids, I’m quite sure adults will love them small trees as well!

www.1finecookie.com www.1finecookie.com

 

4 - Turkey Cupcakes

 

Turn your simple cupcakes into super-duper cupcakes! This cupcake recipe from Coupon Clipping Cook. They’re made from cupcakes, candies and cookies. Yep, that’s three in one treat!

www.couponclippingcook.com www.couponclippingcook.com

 

5 – Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats

For a more creative way to seve marshmallow, make them into pilgrim hats, just like this recipe from Spoonful. The post linked above is pretty straightforward, so you can jump off to the recipe right away.

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6 – A Flock of Turkeys

Need something to do with kids? Why not make a gaggle of these gobblers from Taste of Home? The colors are so fun for a real treat!

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7 - Oreo Turkeys

 

Here’s another idea for turkey sweet treats, and this time you’re going to make use of Oreos! Other yummy and fun ingredients are Candy Corn, Peanut Butter Cups, and Whoopers. There’s sure a lot going on in these oreo turkeys!

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8 - Gobbley Good Treats

There’s a lot of turkeys going on today, ha! This is yet another way to decorate your cupcakes. You won’t be disappointed with the post linked above as well. The tutorial is very detailed!

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9 - Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies

Refrigerate some sugar cookies a day before Thanksgiving, and take them out the next day for kids to decorate! Serve chocolate bits and candy corn on separate plates and let the kids do their work!

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10 – Turkey Cake Pops

Instead of the usual orange-yellow-white candy corn, go for the caramey candy corn! And instead of cupcakes and cookies, you can have them cake pops. Let this detailed recipe show you how.

www.bakerella.com www.bakerella.com

 

11 – Thanksgiving Turkey Cake

Cake Whiz is a true cake wizard! This is yet another beautiful, wonderfully decorated Thanksgiving cake! This blogger is so creative — a real artist!

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12 - Turkey Cookies

 

Another idea for decorating turkey cookies is found at Lizy B Bakes! This is a more elaborative and detailed art for turkey cookies. Good luck! Anyway, the tutorial is in full details with pictures, too, so it’ll be a lot easier to follow.

www.lizybbakes.blogspot.com www.lizybbakes.blogspot.com

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