Thanksgiving Recipe Hubs
When the leaves start falling and the weather grows colder, you know you're getting closer to the holidays. The first one out of the gate is Halloween (A holiday for candy and fun). The next is Thanksgiving (a holiday for thanks and feasting). Following that is Christmas (a holiday of giving and helping). And finally comes New Years (a holiday of resolutions and renewed hopes and dreams).
In an attempt to help prepare everyone for the holidays, I've begun a few series on each of these holidays. I will add to them each year for as long as I can. This hub is all about my Thanksgiving Recipes series, which I am still adding to for this year (2011).
As I said Thanksgiving is the holiday of thanks and feasting. Its the holiday associated with the fall harvest. According to history this holiday dates back to the "First Thanksgiving", which occurred during the time of the pilgrims. There are many stories surrounding that first thanksgiving, which was meant to be a feast between the pilgrims and the Native Americans, to give thanks to the food and teaching the Natives provided the pilgrims. There's lots of interesting facts, stories and history on this holiday, but my favorite part is the food! So in this hub series, It's all about delicious recipes you can use at your Thanksgiving feast!
Tasty Thanksgiving Appetizers
This hub features several recipes for the often-left-out Appetizer course of your Thanksgiving feast. There are three sweet and savory appetizers to choose from in this hub: Fluffy Apple Dip, Turkey Croquettes with Cranberry Salsa, and Pumpkin Dip! These make a nice addition to any Thanksgiving feast. Be different and add an appetizer to your feast.
Thanksgiving Treats for Kids
Thanksgiving is a great time to enhance your kids creativity too. In this hub there are several easy recipes for you and your children to make together, just in time for the holidays. Or if you're a teacher these treats are fun and delicious to bring into the classroom. You'll find: Apple Turkeys, Aut-Yum Leaves and No-Bake Pumpkin Pie!
More Fun Thanksgiving Snacks: Turkey Treats & Trail Mix
Here are some more snacks that are fun to make with your kids and delicious additions to your feast. This hub is filled with more fun and easy snacks to make with your kids or bring to class for your students. These treats have cool turkey themes and the trail mix has a message. Recipes included are: Cookie Turkeys, Turkey Table Favors and Thanksgiving Trail Mix.
Delicious Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe for Thanksgiving!
Dessert is my favorite part of any meal, especially Thanksgiving meals. Pumpkin Cheesecake is my favorite dessert at Thanksgiving. It's not widely known, but it is delicious and increasing in its popularity. This hub has a recipe for the delicious dessert that you can use at your Thanksgiving feast!
I hope you find some use for these recipes at your Thanksgiving feast. Remember to keep checking back for more new recipes. There's more to come, I promise. Have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
Skylar Spring © copyright 2011
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