Time for Turkey! Edible Crafts and Recipes for Thanksgiving

Turkey Day is almost here, and while we usually to stick to crafting at AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com, we have to have food on the brain! Take a look at some of our favorite recipes for Thanksgiving, and make your pick. From sauces to savory, we’ve got those taste buds covered. And don’t worry if you have a crafty relapse during your recipe, we’ve also included a few crafty creations that you can eat! What better way to craft for the biggest food holiday of the year than making ones you can eat?

Thanksgiving Recipes for Sauces

Zippy Cranberry SauceCitrus Cranberry SauceCranberry Sauce with Raspberry Vinegar

Thanksgiving just isn’t Thanksgiving without a delicious sauce. Whether it’s for pouring over the turkey or just pouring straight into your mouth, a good sauce can make the entire Thanksgiving meal. These Thanksgiving recipes for sauces are simple, easy, and totally tasty.

Zippy Cranberry Sauce

Citrus Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce with Raspberry Vinegar


Savory Thanksgiving Recipes

ImageImageCream of Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Thanksgiving may very well be the most yummy holiday of the year. It’s essential that every dish served at the Thanksgiving meal be made to perfection. These savory Thanksgiving recipes will steal the show. They’re easy to make, they take very little time, and they will absolutely bring the “Wow!” factor to your dinner table.

Auntie’s Favorite Stuffing

Cornbread Stuffed Roast Turkey

Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash Soup


Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Fast and Fun Turkey CookiesEdible Indian Corn on a StickColorful Gumdrop Turkeys

If you find pies and cakes a little daunting, these quick and easy Thanksgiving dessert recipes are perfect for you. With these recipes, the kids can get involved and use their creativity to help you make dessert. Saving room for dessert is never a question and these dessert recipes will surely hit the spot.

Fast and Fun  Turkey Cookies

Edible Indian Corn on a Stick

Colorful Gumdrop Turkeys


 Which Thanksgiving treat are you most thankful for?


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