a roundup of sweet Thanksgiving treats

It’s like having three weeks of posts in one! Thanks to Reader’s Digest who asked me to do a roundup of Thanksgiving treats. So here are five ideas:

Hopefully such a bombardment of sugar won’t be too overwhelming to your taste buds. Each picture below also links to the recipe and how-tos I wrote for Reader’s Digest.

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Comments

  1. I'm a full-time mummy says

    So totally cute! I'm so so so going to check out the recipes! Very very creative! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Chic Cookies says

    Thank you all! Thank you Jenifer and Susan for the features! Amy, You know how by December the fallen leaves look kind of brown and dry like paper bags? That's my guess!

  3. I run for cake! says

    Another batch of adorable sweets! You are so creative! I'm always excited to see what you will come up with next!

  4. Ravenous Rowie says

    Awesome that you write for readers digest! Love all of your super cute holiday ideas! Especially those turkey cookies!

  5. Emily says

    Your creations are perfect right down to the little details. I love the orange polka dot cupcake liner you used for the pumpkin!

  6. Anonymous says

    your blog is amazing!!!!!!!

    i have to settle though, with imagining the wonderful taste of all the treats you post!… I live in Peru and here we don't have much variety of ingredients and instruments to bake those treats…

    luckyly for me, i can read your post at the office, so it keeps me awake after lunch…

    I love baking!, though i'm an amateur, totally impacient to wait for the right time for cakes to bake, cut them up too early and they end up breaking… i want to learn about cupcake baking and decorating, i'm gonna try to get the book of the 1000 ideas that you mentioned last week….

    never stop posting please!!!!

    Greetings from Peru =)

    Anilu!

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