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4 Fun Twists on Thanksgiving Recipes.

At the Wayfair + Boston Bloggers ‘Home for the Holidays’ Event last weekend, my Boston-blogging partner in crime Alison gave a great chat about planning your content around the holidays and one of her pieces of advice was resurfacing old posts to share when seasonally relevant. It got me thinking about some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes from blog posts past. As I’m sure you’re in a similar Thanksgiving menu planning mode that I’m in this week, I thought I’d round up four of my favorite that offer a fun twist on a traditional Thanksgiving food element.

To start things off: a seasonal cocktail that brings apple cider to the forefront, Apple Autumn Punch. A tasty appetizer that brings in the sweet flavors of apple pie but the savory balance of a baked brie, Baked Brie with Apple Compote. We always have mac and cheese on our Thanksgiving menu for the vegetarians, and this version is baked in cored apples; Mac and Cheese Baked Apples. For dessert, I’ve tried a bite sized version of pumpkin pies and used cookie cutters to spell out a message of thanks: Thankful for Pie.


4 responses to “4 Fun Twists on Thanksgiving Recipes.

  1. Ema Jones November 19, 2014 at 7:03 am

    Great ideas, have a look at my food ideas also!

  2. Anathalia November 19, 2014 at 9:45 am

    I’m still in love with your thankful pies! So cute!

  3. Jenna at Boston Chic Party November 19, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    I still haven’t tried the mac and cheese in the apples, but I’m pretty sure it will be life changing when I do 🙂

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