5 Tasty Thanksgiving Treats

Cookie and crafts extraordinairre, Meaghan Mountford of chiccookiekits.blogspot.com and CraftGossip.com, offers 5 fun and delicious treats that are sure to liven up your Thanksgiving table.

By Meaghan Mountford from readersdigest.com
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    Bite-Sized Turkey Cookies

    Your guests will gobble these adorable cookies right up. These delicious cookies are perfect for a kid's party or the Thanksgiving table. Get the recipe.

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    Fall Marshmallow Pops
    These fun treats can be made last-minute and are easy enough for kids to make on their own. Get the recipe.

    Plus:
    6 Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Appetizers
    8 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers



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    How to Set the Thanksgiving Table
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    Fruit Harvest Cookie Place Cards
    Help your guests find their seats at the Thanksgiving table with these delicious looking, and tasting, place cards. Make it now.

    Plus:
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    8 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers



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    How to Set the Thanksgiving Table
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    Mayflower Cupcakes
    Did the pilgrims have cupcakes? If not, they were surely missing out. These fun cupcakes will sail their way to being a Thanksgiving favorite. Get the recipe.

    Plus:
    6 Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Appetizers
    8 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers



    PLUS:
    How to Set the Thanksgiving Table
    The First Thanksgiving: What Was it Really Like?

    Mini Pumpkin Cupcakes
    Using your own cupcake recipe or store-bought mix, these mini cupcakes can be whipped up in a flash. Get the recipe.

    Plus:
    6 Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Appetizers
    8 Ways to Use Thanksgiving Leftovers



    PLUS:
    How to Set the Thanksgiving Table
    The First Thanksgiving: What Was it Really Like?

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