Sunday, November 2, 2008

Thanksgiving Ideas!

Day 12


Go to

Pickles & Polkadots

for recipe for

a 15 minute prep receipe!


Day 11
For Thanksgiving recipes go to

Day 10
Thanksgiving Invitations

Check these out at Customly Invited!



Day 9


Go to Synergy Mom

Check out this great handmade deco! And as she shares her new traditions with us!


Day 8


I like to bring out my kid's artwork, to add a personal touch! I store they're holiday artwork with the other holiday decorations.

This is my daughters when she was about 6 years old, she is now 10.


Day 7

Pumpkin Cobbler-Crisp

1 c oatmeal

1/2 c flour

1/3 c sugar

1/3 c brown sugar

2 tablespoon water

1/3 cup chopped nuts

3/4 cup liquid egg substitute

1 cup sugar

1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground ginger

1 can (12 ounces) evaporated skim milk


1(15-ounce)can pumpkin(2 cups)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Spray a large baking sheet and 9 by 13 inch pan with nonstick baking spray and set aside.

Place oatmeal in blender or food processor ad process briefly. You should still be able to see some oatmeal flakes, as well as some powder.

In medium-size bowl, mix together processed oatmeal, flour and sugars. Add the butter and water, and mix together with your fingertips until crumbly.

Spread crumbs on prepared baking sheet, sprinkle chopped nuts over it and bake 5 minutes.

Remove from oven and break up ino pea-size pieces. Set aside to cool.

or Filling: Mix together pumpkin, egg substitute and sugar. Mix in cinnamon and ginger. Slowly pour milk in while stirring, until thoroughtly mixed.

Pour into prepared 9-by-13 inch pan.

Bake for 20 minutes, then sprinkle the oatmeal crumbs evenly over the top of the pumpkin; lightly press the crumbs into pumpkin.

Bake another 20 minutes.

Make 12 servings.


Day 6

Go to Sadie's Craft Ideas

Tip: You can always add Turkey(pulled apart) right in between veggies & cheese!

Perfect leftover recipe!


Day 5

Creating Memories

has created a Blessings Book

She is sharing a Blessing Book Tutorial


Day 4

Get organized create a binder with the following tabs

Guest List



Things to Do

Day 3
How to Get It All Done

by Tabitha Blue
Day 2

Pie/ Dessert Exchange Party

Thanksgiving entertaining can be easy with a pie/dessert exchange party. This trend in entertaining is based on the common cookie exchange where holiday cookies are swapped. A pie/dessert exchange party offers guests the chance to collect a selection of taste-tempting treats for their own entertaining.

A dessert party works with as few as three guests, but can accommodate as any as you wish.

How does it work?

Make invitation. Have guest RSVP to assign or select pie/dessert which they will be making.

Set a theme for your exchange party. Hint: Coffee bar, Girls Night Out, etc.

Share Your Secret. If you have a great recipe you would like to share, have the recipe available on seasonal note cards. Encourage your guests to do the same.


Thanksgiving Idea

Day 1

You're probably wondering "an invitation to a pie tasting party?"

A Pie Tasting Party is a great way to promote your baking/pie selling business and if you don't have one, but you love to bake, this is a perfect way to kick off your business. ~WINK~ Specially with the holidays around the corner.

And if your not a baker . . .

Join Norma at the 4th Annual Pie Tasting Party or find a party near you!

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