Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza with mini M&M’S and a festive decoration on top make this Thanksgiving Cookie cake the star of your holiday dessert table.
Remember when I shared some Santa Hat Hot Cocoa Brownies with you. Before Thanksgiving.
And I received a little flack for that. Several people thought I jumped the gun a bit. Not that anyone minded me sharing Eggnog Muffins, Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake or Gingerbread Rice Krispie Treats. But the santa hats I think were uncalled for in some of your minds.
That’s okay. I get it. You don’t pull out your Christmas decorations the day after Halloween. And have nutcrackers hanging out on your mantle with your “Give Thanks” garland.
Understandable. So here’s what I’m going to do. Today.
Today I will share with you my favorite go-to recipe for a cookie cake. Just like you get at the mall, only better cause it’s fresh and homemade! (scroll down all the way for the recipe)
AND, as a special bonus, I will do a little Thanksgiving round up with some of my favorite recipes! I know. I’m a giver.
Seriously though, have a very Happy Thanksgiving! And if you aren’t from the US, just give your friends and family a hug on Thursday and remember to be thankful for everything! Even the small things, like cookie cakes.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Cake– try a new twist this Thanksgiving. Two layer of spicy pumpkin cake with a middle layer of creamy cheesecake. Frosted with cream cheese frosting, caramel and walnuts!
Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats– a fun and easy kid friendly treat, for the non pumpkin pie lovers!
Pumpkin Pie Truffles– how about just a bite of pie, in truffle form? Yep, then you will LOVE these!
Pumpkin Spiced Biscotti– perfect with a cup of coffee while looking over the sale ads for Black Friday!
Pumpkin Cupcakes with Maple and Toffee Frosting– these are just lovely. Trust me.
Slow Cooker Turkey and Stuffing– have a smaller family? Buy some turkey breasts and make this delicious (AND EASY) turkey and stuffing in your slow cooker! Or, if you’re like me, and you will be traveling, this is a great way to enjoy turkey after Thanksgiving (without cooking a whole bird)!
Slow Cooker Enchilada Soup– Originally calls for chicken, but leftover turkey is a PERFECT substitute in this hearty soup!
Slow Cooker Turkey Taco Soup– using your leftover turkey, this is another great soup recipe!
Best EVER Macaroni and Cheese– our family’s favorite homemade mac and cheese…kid and adult friendly!
Pumpkin Coffee Cake with Cinnamon Streusel– why not start Thanksgiving morning on the right foot? Your friends and family will love this!