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Chive Garlic and Herb Rolls
will cook for smiles
If the idea of bringing rolls to a party sounds boring, try making your own (sort of). This savory idea uses store-bought pizza dough, garlic, butter and fresh herbs.
Stuffed Turkish Apricots
oleander and palm
These little sweet-and-salty bites require less than a handful of ingredients and take almost no time to make. Bring them already assembled on a tray or arrange them on a cheese platter.
This boozy version of a Thanksgiving classic is sure to be a hit at your next holiday get-together. Just mix the ingredients in a pan and bake. How easy is that?
Pumpkin Gingersnap Parfait
the gourmand mom
For an easy-to-assemble, no-bake dessert, try this parfait that’s reminiscent of pumpkin cheesecake. Make in individual cups or assemble in a trifle bowl and let guests serve themselves.
Cheese Plate with Dried Fruit and Crackers
a beautiful mess
Everybody loves cheese, but that same old appetizer plate can get tiring after a season stuffed with holiday parties. To build a more interesting spread, try adding a few distinctive cheeses and serving them with a variety of accompaniments like flavored crisps, dried and fresh fruit, and nuts.
Roasted Feta with Thyme Honey
This unique and delicious cheese appetizer takes less than 15 minutes to assemble and bake. The only challenge will be grabbing a bite before it’s all gone!
Hot Apple Cider Rum Punch
brown eyed baker
In less than 10 minutes, you can whip up this spiked cider punch that'll warm up your guests. For a non-alcoholic version, just omit the rum.
Homemade Cinnamon Sugar Candied Nuts
sally's baking addiction
If you want to impress your host, bring these deceptively simple little nibbles. Save some extras in a mason jar as an easy, edible gift, so she can savor them after the party.
Thanksgiving Cheese Ball
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Your kids can offer a little helping hand creating this pre-dinner treat: Let them draw the turkey head on card stock, or instruct them to make the feathers out of crackers and pretzels.
tide and thyme
Pomegranate is a great autumnal fruit, but extracting the juice can be tricky even for kitchen pros. Luckily, you can find the juice bottled in most supermarkets to concoct this fruity cocktail.