Thanksgiving Baking

For Thanksgiving we will be traveling 45 minutes to my in-law's home. Great grandparents, grandparents, siblings and cousins will all gather together to eat and count our blessings. Last Thanksgiving was actually when Maisy started walking for the first time!

And beyond the fried turkey my husband will cook, my girls and I will probably make our little pilgrim hats again. The "recipe" is perfect for little hands--Keebler fudge striped cookies, reese's mini-peanut butter cups, an m&m, and some icing to hold it all together.  Kids and adults seem to like em!

I have told you before, I am not much of cook. But I do enjoy baking. Here are a few recipes that have been making my mouth water. And since the pilgrim cookies are 'no bake', I might just have enough time to whip up one or two of these sweets to share with family on Thanksgiving. I am sure there will be plenty of pumpkin desserts anyway!

-Soft Sugar Cookies- these look the ones my Grandma used to make.

-Cheesecake Cookie Dough Bars

-German Chocolate Brownies

Do you have a 'signature dish'?  What are your plans for Thanksgiving day?

Sharing my sweets here:
-Home Stories A to Z
-Tatertots and Jello
-Serenity Now
-Under the Table Dreaming
-The Creative Paige
-Not So Simple Housewife


  1. OK, after looking at those triple layer bars, I am so ready to make some goodies! Bars are my absolute favorite. Macaroon bars with chocolate chips are at the top of the list, but everything is subject to change, particularly after seeing your delights!

  2. Oh what lovely looking desserts! I think I shall have to try those hats with my girls!

  3. Those cheesecake cookie dough bars look amazing! Thanks for your comment on my office supply turkey. I appreciate you stopping by. --michellepaige.blogspot.com


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