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Pumpkin Cheesecake, Sweet Potato Casserole, Sweet Potato Pie...and More Sweet Thanksgiving Treats

pumpkin cheesecake barsWhat do pumpkin cheesecake, sweet potato pie, sweet potato casserole, cornbread stuffing, and candied yams have in common? Well, they’re the sweetest Thanksgiving recipes on the table, that’s what. You know what else we love about these recipes? We love that our kids love them as much as the adults. And we love having so many sweet things on the table at one time. We’re so excited to feast tomorrow on our favorite Thanksgiving recipes. Thanksgiving is the one time of year when we cook with this much excitement and eat this much without guilt. Here are some of our top sweet Thanksgiving recipes….

Pumpkin Cheesecake

pumpkin cheesecake

“I have always been a huge fan of pumpkin pie and cheesecake, so the first time I heard about a pumpkin cheesecake, I was ecstatic.” -Angie McGowan, Eclectic Recipes

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

pumpkin cheesecake bars

“If you’ve been tasked with the difficult job of making a thanksgiving treat large enough to feed a crowd, you can’t go wrong with this unique combination of favorite flavors.  Better yet, this recipe is so simple to make, and yeilds about 15 servings. ” -Brooke McLay, Cheeky Kitchen

sweet potato casserole

No-Measuring Sweet Potato Casserole

sweet potato casserole

“Some home cooks don’t like to measure because they don’t need to. Others don’t like to because they don’t know that they need to. I don’t like to measure because I’m moving fast!” —Angie McGowan, Eclectic Recipes

A New Kind of Candied Yams...with Sake Glazed Sweet Potatoes

candied yams “This recipe is a great, slightly more refined and, you guessed it, less sweet alternative. And it gives a fun global flair to your holiday table. Give it a try this year!” -Stacie, One Hungry Mama

Classic Pecan Thyme Cornbread Stuffing

cornbread stuffing recipe

“I’m typically adventurous in the kitchen, but admit to being a bit of a stuffing traditionalist; I generally don’t veer far from my mom’s usual crusty bread stuffing with onions, celery and sage. However, this thyme-spiked stuffing with cornbread and pecans wasn’t too far from my comfort level.” -Julie, Dinner with Julie


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