Top 10 ‘DIY’ Thanksgiving Desserts

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Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and eating TONS of delicious food. But, nothing is sweeter than saving room for some delectable desserts. We put together our TOP 10 favorite Thanksgiving Treats we found for you. The best part is, they’re super easy to make so you can do it all yourself (or with a sibling or family member)!


Chocolate Dipped Rice Krispies Treat Turkey Pops: by Hungry Happenings – How cute are these! This a fun festive treat for all ages and its really easy to make.

Cranberry Blueberry Crisp: by The Pretty Bee – Cranberries and blueberries always makes me think of the fall season! I also love all types of Thanksgiving pies this time of year, but I LOVE crisp! The crunchy crumb toppings are my favorite part. The simplicity of the colors of this crisp makes this a fun delicious Thanksgiving dish.

Oreo Cookie Balls – Thanksgiving Turkey: by Pink When – Wow! This recipe is only three ingredients: Oreo Cookies, Cream Cheese, and Semi Sweet Baking Chocolate. Sounds great and super simple to make. Also, don’t forget to add the Turkey face pieces: candy corn, candy eyes, and tube icing.

Mayflower Munch Mix: by Shaken Together Life – I really love the creative name! Munch mixes are super easy and fun to make. Just toss all sorts of yummy things in a bowl. This mix is a great salty and sweet combination with a little history lesson thrown in the mix!

Pilgrim Hat Cookies: by Princess Pinky Girl – How adorable! These treats are so quick and so simple, they are great to make with your kids! This is a 5 minute, easy peasy treat that is great to share on Thanksgiving.

Wide-Eyed Turkey Cupcakes: by Bitz and Giggles – EYE can see you! This is definitely a treat that will make people laugh and that will make children’s eyes brighten.

Pumpkin Pie in a Cup: by Pre-KPages – Yummy! If you are not into baking, this is a treat that is easy peasy…anyone could make it!

Dessert on a Stick: by Cooking with Sugar – Go to any carnival or county fair and you will find all sorts of food on a stick. Now you can bring the fun of fair food home this Thanksgiving with Cherry Pie Pops!

Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bites: by Two Sisters Crafting Blog – Nothing makes me happier than chocolate and caramel mixed together. To top it off with a pretzel is even better! Its the perfect bite of sweet and salty goodness.

Turkey Pudding Cups: by Party Pinching – Your kiddos will gobble these up! These are super easy and fun!