Now that the BIG DAY is over and you've recovered from all the work, what do you do with all the leftovers? Not to worry...I pulled together TEN great recipes of how to use the turkey, cranberries and other yummy dishes from the biggest meal of the year and turn your leftovers into really delicious meals.
Thanksgiving is ONE week from today.
For those who are cooking, I'm sure you are putting the final touches on your menu and getting ready to head to the grocery store. You are going to enjoy today's recipe for Crock Pot Stuffing that might help you free up space in your oven while the turkey is cooking.
The BEST Desserts to make for Thanksgiving.
It seems every year for Thanksgiving we have the same desserts. And while every Thanksgiving menu needs to have apple pie and pumpkin pie, it's also nice to have something different.
So for today's post, I went on a search for new and different recipes that we can serve for dessert this Thanksgiving. There are so many talented bakers out in the blogging world. Here are just a few samples of the Best Desserts to make for Thanksgiving this year.
If you like apple crisp, you are going to love this recipe for Apple Crumb Pie!
The past two weeks we have been sharing tips for Pie Crust Basics. This week I thought I'd share this yummy recipe for Apple Crumb Pie.
If you like apple crisp, you are going to LOVE this recipe because it has the best of both worlds! It's a pie and it's apple crisp. But more importantly, it's delicious.
Thanksgiving Side Dishes your family is going to LOVE!
Thanksgiving is next week...I'm excited and hope you are as well. Even though I'm not hosting this year, I still went on a search for new recipes.
Here is a collection of side dishes that would be perfect for Thanksgiving Day or really for any meal you're serving this holiday season. I know I'll be using some of these next year to celebrate Thanksgiving at our house...my Colonel will be home!
Decorating pie dough is easy if you follow these simple and easy tips!
For some people, making homemade pie dough is a challenge.
Last week we went through the basics of how easy it is to make homemade pie dough using the recipe I use all the time to make my own homemade pie dough.
Today I thought we'd discuss how to crimp the edges of your pie dough and how to decorate pie crust of your homemade pie dough pretty because, as my mother always said, we taste food first with our eyes.
For some people making homemade pie crust is a scary process. It was for me also until a few years ago when I decided I was going to conquer my fears and learn to make my own pie crust.
I found a great video online and actually set up my computer on the kitchen counter and worked right alongside the video and my pie crust came out terrific...the very first time.
Easy to make and oh so yummy! You're going to love these Pumpkin Cream Cheese Crescent Rolls for breakfast, dessert or just a snack!
About two weeks ago I made a recipe that did NOT call for the entire can of pumpkin puree. I put the extra pumpkin puree into a small container and placed it on a shelf in the back of the refrigerator.
A few days later I remembered that container and decided to try something new. I combined the pumpkin puree with some cream cheese and sugar and rolled the yumminess up in some crescents and had a nice little treat.
These Pumpkin Cream Cheese Crescents are the perfect treat with a cup of tea on a beautiful Fall day or even to serve for breakfast if you're having overnight guests.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner.
This line from the hymn "Great is thy Faithfulness" is probably one of my favorites.
"All I have needed, Thy hand hath provided."
What a beautiful truth this has been for my life.
How about you?
Enjoy your Sunday!
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