New for 2011: Crafts, recipes, and printables for your family's Thanksgiving celebration.
The perfect printable game for Thanksgiving gatherings.
An old fave all dressed up for Thanksgiving, these fun bites also make a great party or classroom snack.
While this updated classic isn't quite as easy as the cream of mushroom soup version, its fresh ingredients give it a wholesomeness and flavor that's worth the extra effort!
Kids can easily wrap up a set of these colorful yarn napkin rings, which are perfect for the big meal.
Let kids use their noodles to give every guest a special spot at the table.
These sweet, bite-size appetizers can be made a few hours ahead of time and stored, in a single layer, on a covered baking sheet at room temperature. To reheat the crisps, simply remove their cover and slide them into the oven at 400° for 5 to 7 minutes.
Moist and savory, these scones are a lovely alternative to biscuits or rolls at the holiday table. Present them to the host in a napkin-lined basket that's ready for serving.
Dip into your recycling bin and craft cabinet for supplies, then have each tyke make a tom.
An empty drink container makes two of these hardy vessels. Use one to hold crayons at the kids' table for mealtime doodling and others for a game. Each child uses a drinking straw to blow into the sail and make her ship travel across the table.
The gobblers of the gridiron are ready to play!
Our version of this baked, colonial American dessert contains apples and raisins, combined with the traditional ingredients of cornmeal and molasses.
Orange zest adds a fruity twist to a classic Thanksgiving treat, which we've topped with a seasonally spiced whipped cream. The squares can be made up to two days in advance and stored in a tightly covered pan in the refrigerator.
A colorful holiday printable in honor of the First Thanksgiving.
Need a new idea for how to use your holiday food surplus? We've got just the solution: a holiday stromboli that's fun for kids to make.
Bake up a bit of Thanksgiving history with this easy recipe.
For an extra dose of harvest-season yumminess, make edible sippers, then fill them with our special holiday concoction (or your family's favorite juice).
This year, put a playful twist on a popular holiday tradition.
Our Better Bean Casserole
Pasta Place Cards
Fruity Indian Pudding
Pumpkin Icebox Squares
Native American Headbands
Plymouth Rock Cookies
The Birdie of Gratitude
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