Sugared cranberries are a beautiful garnish to just about any holiday dessert. Because cranberries are one of few fruits in season during the winter months, I like to capitalize on using them as a garnish. Wow your guests with these beautiful wintery treats!
Whether you’re sharing the day with your quarantine crew, or doing Turkey Day on your own, this board will fit the bill. You’ll be able to enjoy the same Thanksgiving flavors of a full feast without all the cooking, the hassle, or the clean up.
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How much do you love Burrata? It’s so creamy and rich. My Summer Burrata Board was such a hit, I decided to make a Fall Burrata board. Similar to the Summer board, this spread of ingredients can be made into crostinis for a perfect fall appetizer, or a salad which is a great Thanksgiving first course. There are so many options to make this your own, the flavor pairings and alternatives are endless. Can’t wait to see your versions!
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It’s hard to believe that I’ve had a cheese-focused blog for years now and have yet to make a cheese ball for ya! Serve these on your favorite platter in regular rows, in color-coordinated bowls, or make the cutest little turkey-shape out of them to add a bit of personality and fun to your Fall cheese board game.
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I couldn’t decide which holiday to use this delicious pumpkin dessert humus for, so I made two versions! There’s one for Halloween (boo!), and one for Thanksgiving (or any autumnal occasion for that matter).