5 Thanksgiving Desserts You Have to Try

It’s that time of the year again to start your Thanksgiving prep! While some people think turkey is the star of the show, we know that it’s actually the desserts. Trying to compile the perfect Thanksgiving desserts can be difficult, so we created a list of a few of our favorites to help you brainstorm for a delicious Thanksgiving feast!

1. Pumpkin Pie

This one might seem quite obvious, but pumpkin pie is an essential for
Thanksgiving! The sweet and spicy mixture makes for the perfect way to finish off
your meal! Biting into the flaky crust with a mouthful of smooth pumpkin filling
with the perfect amount of spice is the exact experience your family and friends

2. Caramel Apples

 There’s nothing quite like biting into a crispy apple drizzled with caramel on
Thanksgiving day! Get the family together to prepare caramel apples for a unique
dessert for your holiday feast. They are fun to make with the kids, and are a
delicious treat when you don’t want something too sweet.

3. Tuck-ins!

S’mores are the perfect way to end a holiday feast, especially with friends and
family! Gather around a campfire, or use a Terraflame bowl for easy, less mess
roasting. Inside-Out S’mores are fun for all ages and guarantee a new family
tradition to be made.


4. Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon Rolls are a fan favorite, and make for a treat the kids are sure to love!
They are soft and fluffy, packed with pumpkin, and spiced to perfection. Live on
the wild side and even serve them for breakfast or brunch!

5. Cute Turkey Cupcakes

Cupcakes are a lot easier to make than a cake, and they can be so much cuter!
Bake your favorite cupcakes and spice it up with some fun decorations! Adding in
candy corn for turkey feathers, edible eye balls, and pretzels can transform a
boring cupcake to a turkey cupcake everyone will love!


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By: Anna Bilsky

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