{Pilgrim Hat Cookies & a Virtual Thanksgiving Dinner}

Have I got a treat for you today!

I’m excited to share that I’m teaming up with several fabulous bloggers to bring you a Virtual Thanksgiving Dinner, complete with recipe ideas, table decor, and desserts!  I seriously cannot wait to try out some of these awesome recipes this Thanksgiving.

My portion of the celebration is a dessert for the kiddos {or any adults that have a strong love for Reese’s Cups and Fudge Stripe Cookies}.

Not only are they super cute, they were so easy to make!  You could even save this as an after dinner create and eat project for the little ones you’re celebrating with!  They would love to get in on the action.

To make Pilgrim Hat Cookies, you’ll need:

white cookie frosting

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

Fudge Striped Cookies

To make each cookie, simply unwrap a Reese’s cup,

swirl some cookie icing around the center hole of the cookie {on the all chocolate side},

stick the Reese’s cup to the cookie,

add a circle of icing around the base of the Reese’s cup,

and a little rectangle to one side of the Reese’s cup for the buckle of the hat.

Simple as that!

Soon you’ll have an entire plate of little pilgrim hat cookies to enjoy with the little ones!

Check out the other courses at our virtual Thanksgiving Table today – some awesome blogs have every course covered!

Leaf Placecard Tutorial at One Artsy Mama
Cheeseball Appetizer at Create.Craft.Love (left)
and Hot Cheese Dip and Cracker Tray at Jessie Street Designs (right)
Tips For Cooking a Perfect Turkey at Ladybird Ln. (right)
and Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes at Artsy Fartsy Mama (left)
Save oven space with Repeat Crafter Me’s Crock Pot Green Bean Casserole (left)
Cranberry Marshmallow Salad at Happy Hour Projects (center)
Cheddar Tea Biscuits at Becoming Martha (right)

 

Classic Warm Apple Crisp at Chase the Star (left)
Seven Alive’s Favorite Pumpkin Pie (right)

 

Turkey Cookies at Bear Rabbit Bear Crafts (left)
Pilgrim Hat Cookies at Wait Til Your Father Gets Home (right)

I hope you enjoyed this recipe round up, and you check out my friends’ favorites today too!  What’s your favorite Thanksgiving recipe?

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

(and be SAFE on Black Friday if you’re brave enough to participate)!

I’ll be linking up at these fantastic parties!

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh man, these look so good! I LOVE peanut butter cups! I love all of it!! I’m pinning this for sure my friend!!! Thanks for sharing, it was so great to be a part of this with you! XO
    Barbara at Chase the Star

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