Thanksgiving Treats

Today, we’re sharing delicious treats ideas, from cupcakes, to cookies, cake pops and more, here is a great selection of treats that you and your family will love making and eating!

 

brownies
Photo Source: A Thought For Food

Pumpkin Swirl Brownies. Try these delicious pumpkin swirl brownies from A Thought For Food this Thanksgiving season. The rich chocolate swirled with decadent and tasty pumpkin not only makes for a delicious brownie, they are so pretty too!

cupcakes
Photo Source: Hooser Homemade

Pilgrim Hat Cupcakes. These sweet little cupcakes are just as yummy as they are adorable. Hooser Homemade shows us how to easily create cupcakes that resemble pilgrim hats and cornucopias using fudge striped cookies and mini Reese’s peanut butter cups.

turkey cookies
Photo Source: Tidy Mom

Turkey Cut Out Cookies. Grab yourself a turkey cookie cutter and make these adorable turkey sugar cookies from Tidy Mom. These cookies look like they were bought from a professional bakery but the author swears they aren’t hard to make or decorate! They are just gorgeous.

 

Photo Source: 365 Cake Pops
Photo Source: 365 Cake Pops

Turkey Cake Pops. These cake pops from 365 Cake Pops would be so cute to use as table settings next to each persons name card. Swedish fish make the turkey’s feathers and a variety of small candies create the turkey’s cute facial features.

candy
Photo Source: Holiday Central

Thanksgiving Candy Turkey. This idea from Holiday Central is the perfect idea to get your kids involved with because it’s so easy! The steps are simple and you only need Oreos, peanut butter cups, whoppers, and candy corn! After your children help you create them, you can have fun eating and sharing them with friends and family members!

corny cookies
Photo Source: Spoonful

Corny Cookies. These adorable corn husk cookies are so clever and one of the cutest ideas I’ve ever seen. Spoonful gives you step by step instructions on how to use green fruit leather and M&M’s to disguise your cookies in a unique and yummy way! Another great recipe for kids to help out with!

turkey legs
Photo Source: Goods By K Creative

Sweet Thanksgiving Turkey Legs. I’m a vegetarian but this is one turkey leg I’m dying to eat. This clever idea from Goods By K Creative uses Rice Krispie treats to form the shape, and then they are covered with milk chocolate and bran flakes to get the true appearance of a turkey leg!

cupcakes
Photo Source: Make Bake Celebrate

Thanksgiving Meal Cupcakes. Invite your friends and family over for a Thanksgiving meal cupcake celebration. Guests can enjoy all the traditional Thanksgiving food dishes in tasty cupcake form! This would be a great party idea and a clever way to serve Thanksgiving dessert. Thanks for the great idea, Make Bake Celebrate!

 

Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving treat you make every year that’s not on the list? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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Hollie officially chose her occupation as a "cooker" when she was two. Ever since then, she has been whipping up the most fabulous creations in her kitchen for her friends, family and whoever will eat!

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