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5 Gobble Day Desserts

chocolate chip cookies, pecan pie, and pumpkin pie sitting on table

As we laugh along with family and fill our plates to the brim with delicious foods, you might want to remember to keep a little space for the best part. You guessed right - dessert!

We can always go for the typical pies - apple, blueberry, pumpkin - or we could think outside of the box! These recipes will add a little more creativity to your desserts but with most of the same simple ingredients!


  1. Turkey Cookies

turkeys made out of cookies and candies

    This is a great dessert you can make with the kids (or grandkids) this Thanksgiving. All that’s needed is some Oreo cookies, candy corn, Reese’s peanut butter cups, malted milk balls, and a little bit of frosting.

     Recipe: Food Network


    1. Everything Thanksgiving Bars

    a square bar made with toasted marshmallows, glazed pecans, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie filling, and a graham cracker crust

      Toasted marshmallows, glazed pecans, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie filling, and a graham cracker crust - what more could you ask for?

      Recipe: Her Modern Kitchen


      1. Pecan Pull-Apart Bread

      Pumpkin spice, pecans, and caramel, all combined into one beautiful pull-apart bread loaf

        Pumpkin spice, pecans, and caramel all combined into one delicious dessert that will have everyone going crazy and begging for more!

        Recipe: Food Network


        1. Pumpkin Fluff Dip

        pumpkin dip inside of a pumpkin with graham crackers to dip

          A creamy pumpkin pie with graham crackers for dipping - this dip has all the fall flavors you could want.

          Recipe: The Girl Who Ate Everything


          1. Apple Ring Pies

          baby apple pies in a black bowl

            If a slice of pie is a bit much for you, try one of these! A hand-held pie filled with one slice of apple and a caramel candy that melts to perfection in the oven.

            Recipe: Food Network


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