We’re so excited about this Thanksgiving Food Crafts Collection! Before we get to that, let’s have a little history lesson. An EASY history lesson!
In 1621, Thanksgiving was much different than it is today. Thanksgiving was a harvest shared between the new colonists and the Indians in America. It was a celebration of a successful harvest. Today we celebrate it in remembrance. It’s a festive time! The treats and crafts below are a great way to show our spirit! They are super easy to make! Take a look below and enjoy eating or making something. From Sisters Know Best to you and yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
Oreo Turkey Treats have all our favorite things – chocolate, Oreos, candy corn and cuteness! Visit Our Best Bites for the tutorial or just take a look at the picture and be inspired!
Acorn Cookies are easy to make and taste so good! They are one of my favorites because they remind me of the acorns falling all around on our walks. Mini nutter butter cookies, hershey kisses, melted chocolate to hold them together and mini chocolate chips. Easy peasy!
Teepee Cupcakes – need we say more? So cute and full of yumminess! We love ice cream cones already but then you add MORE chocolate?
Little Gobblers have delicious parts! Check out this awesome anatomy picture from the 7th House on the Left blog!
Pumpkin Peekaboo Bread is a hidden surprise. Your guests will be surprised when you slice into this scrumptious bread.
Fall Leaf Turkey Decoration is a fun craft for kids of all ages and uses many items that are free.
Pilgrim Pals are from last year. We fell in love with how adorable they are! We love any decoration that has legs hanging off the shelf. Aren’t they the cutest?
Give Thanks Plant Pot was found on Pinterest. It didn’t have directions but use the image to be inspired! We used a plant pot, a black plate, duct tape and paint for ours. It came out “okay” but not as beautiful as this image!
Turkey Vegetable Platter can be done with almost any vegetables as long as you fan out the feathers. Have fun with this idea! Our favorite part of this is it’s a Weight Watchers friendly dish. We always try to have at least one healthy option at our holiday parties.
Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone! May your home be filled with love, food, and Thanksgiving food & crafts this season.
What is your favorite Thanksgiving-themed treat?