Top 10 Recipes For Thanksgiving and Gingersnap-Spiced Mini Pumpkin Pies

But Miss Kita… you told us last week you didn’t like pumpkin pie….

Liar liar pants on fire.

Ok, ok. I hear ya! But the truth is, I don’t like pumpkin pie. There’s just something about it, after about two forkfuls I’m done. Unless there is a mountain, and I mean ridiculous-right-to-your-hips-never-wear-skinny-jeans-again. Ever. kind of mountain of whipped cream on top, I just can’t finish a slice.  Lucky for me, we little bakers have the technology and know how to make pumpkin pie in two forkful sized portions. Now, when we can make hosiery that doesn’t rip on the first wear too, I’ll be a happy camper.

Seriously, sending men to mars and my pantyhose still rip after like 5 minutes. Technology. Huh.

Alright, back to the cooking. Everyone’s all hankered down for Thanksgiving tomorrow, birds are brining and pies are cooling in windowsills, so I decided at the last minute I should get into the Thanksgiving mood myself. Below is a better late than never collection of my top 10 recipes that I think you should experiment with next year, cuz chances are you have tomorrow covered. If not, there is a Boston Market nearby. Panic, then call them.

Top 10 Recipes to try Next Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Meatballs with Cranberry Barbeque Sauce

Stuffed Mushrooms

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Roasted Potatoes with Bacon, Gorgonzola, Cilantro

Sausage, Fig & Cranberry Stuffing

Turkey Gravy

Maple-Cayenne Brussel Sprouts

Green Bean Casserole 

Cinnamon Sweet Potato Biscuits

Chocolate Pumpkin Torte

At this point all you have to bring is the turkey… ;)

 

Go and check out all of the other holiday goodies being shared in this weeks 12 Weeks of Christmas Cookies link up!


Comments

  1. Tanya C. says

    I love the idea of making these adorable mini pies! They look beautiful and sooo good! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  2. says

    Happy Thanksgiving! The pie looks amazing! I LOVE pumpkin pie, but with my cinnamon and allspice allergy, I don’t get to have it any more! GREAT round up of Thanksgiving recipes, too!

  3. says

    Perfect! I couldn’t agree with you more Kita…I just don’t like pumpkin pie. I can have one bite and be all set haha. So this is great that you made smaller pies here, this would definitely be more appealing to me!

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

  4. says

    You know I enjoy all of your posts, but this one made me chuckle. Good point on the whole pantyhose thing! I don’t mind pumpkin pie, but it certainly doesn’t make me scream and clap. Nothing with pumpkin really does. I want to make this in ramekins for tomorrow! :) I like it better than the same ‘ole pie. I wonder if anyone will mind that I’m using an alternative to pumpkin…

  5. says

    The mini servings bring in the guilt in mini proportions too…Gee! I like that! But I think I’ll still eat a lot of these mini pies. I have resolved…no more keeping track of the calories, at least this season! Keep the whipped cream on top! Happy Thanksgiving! Your mini pies are adorable!

  6. says

    As kids, we used to call whipped topping (yes the kind that came in a tub) “poof.” We used to like to have a little pie with our “poof”! But I love pumpkin and can eat it without. Have a great Thanksgiving!

  7. says

    In Cayman, you never have to wear pantyhose :)

    Lovely little ginger-snap mini pumpkin pies! I have zero problem finishing a whole slice…or a whole pie so NONE of these mini pies would be safe with me around.

    Happy Turkey Day!

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