Looking for a tasty little bite on Thanksgiving? Serve these bite-sized Fall-themed treats at the kids table or as an appetizer before the big meal and watch them get gobbled up.
Turn cookies into adorable scarecrow snacks that kids will love.
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.
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).
Our version of this baked, colonial American dessert contains apples and raisins, combined with the traditional ingredients of cornmeal and molasses.
These candy-topped treats are a blast for kids to help decorate for your Thanksgiving feast or a school party.
Here's a treat no kid will leaf behind.
Pumpkin cookies filled with fluffy cream cheese frosting -- a popular new addition to your Thanksgiving dessert offerings.
Ears a sweet fall treat that's great for a classroom or scout meeting — marshmallow cobs filled with colorful fruit kernels.
These butternut squash ice pops taste just like the classic Thanksgiving pumpkin pie.
The pilgrims would be proud to wear these hats from Spoonful.com.
Sugar cones transform into a village of handsome tepees with this fun Thanksgiving craft decoration that you can eat.
From Spoonful guest Natalie D. of Utah: One recent Thanksgiving, my daughter, Sara, age 7, and I whipped up a batch of sweet turkey treats.
Bite-size versions of the fall fair treat, these tiny "caramel" apples are a great party snack.
Disguised as a certain pumpkin-flavored dessert, this oversize sugar cookie will add a whimsical touch to your Thanksgiving table.
This tiny turkey dinner is actually an amazingly delicious dessert.
For a true blast from the past, try these satisfying bar cookies.
Your kids will go nutty for these clever fall treats, which look like acorns but taste a whole lot sweeter.
Need a snack to tide the kids over until the big Thanksgiving feast? Here's a healthy option they can have fun making themselves.
We'll be very surprised if this isn't the creamiest custard you've ever eaten. It's so good, it might even upstage your holiday pumpkin pie.
A delicious maple frosting that's pretty too.
You can harvest a whole pumpkin patch full of these sweet treats in minutes.
Celebrate the start of a new school year with these faux-apple cupcakes.
Score major points with these easy-to-make football cupcakes.
Whet your family's appetite for the real bird with a fruity tribute, submitted by Michelle Pestillo of Southington, Connecticut. It's easy to assemble -- and delicious to take apart!
Pumpkin Icebox Squares
Plymouth Rock Cookies
Fruity Indian Pudding
Edible Indian Corn
Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats
Sweet Turkey Treats
Mini Caramel Apples
Easy as Pie!
Tiny Turkey Dinner
Acorn Dough Nuts
Gobble Me Up
Maple Pumpkin Custard
Maple Syrup Frosting
The Apple of Our Eye
Touchdown Treat: Football Cupcake
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