This article offers some of the best ideas for simple no bake desserts for the holidays.
Y’all. I love Thanksgiving. I am a big fan of a lot of holidays. Christmas and my birthday included. But I do believe Thanksgiving may be my favorite.
It may be the fall weather, the pumpkins and mums and cornstalks. Oh, I love me some cornstalks. And pumpkin pie. add a tub of cool whip here. A pumpkin pie is always one of the first things I bake in the month of November. This is my favorite gluten free crust.
I tweeted earlier tonight that I may or may not have been practicing my table scape for Thanksgiving dinner tonight. My mom and I made a quick run to Hobby Lobby today on a mission for large wreaths and garland for Christmas. While I left with a slew of ideas and no wreath or garland, I did pick up this book that has been on my list for a bit and some fabulous round, gold mats that I can not wait to use. Obviously. As I started setting the dining room table tonight for Thanksgiving.
On to the Thanksgiving menu ……
Planning the Thanksgiving menu is always near the top of everyone’s list as the holidays begin approaching. It’s one of my favorite things to do.
Desserts. Hello? Is this not the best part of the menu? Ok. Maybe just around here. But it’s definitely popular with most.
In all of my planning and searching and pinning, I have found these 30 ideas for Simple No Bake Desserts for Thanksgiving. Y’all are welcome. Many of these can easily be made gluten free. I will definitely be using one a few of these throughout the holidays. Who doesn’t love Simple No Bake goodness??
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As we walked by, we overheard the young guy say “Today was my last day as a Navy Seal.” Assuming he was moving on to better things, we paused and said,