Nov 21, 2009

Thanksgiving Dessert Buffet

By: Amy Atlas, in Uncategorized

Thanksgiving is hands-down my favorite holiday. Growing up, Thanksgiving was the big holiday in our house and it still is to this day. There is something about the holiday that makes me giddy with excitement. Time stands still on Thanksgiving weekend and my family and I eat, talk, eat, talk, and eat and talk some more well into the night! For me, the holiday evokes memories of marshmallows bubbling on sweet potatoes, my mom’s amazing onion & mushroom stuffing, and of course our delicious turkey in the oven. My mom used to start prepping our turkey on Thanksgiving Eve, and my brother and I would awake to the aroma of gravy simmering on the stove. This year, I am hosting Thanksgiving and am having my whole family over for Thanksgiving in my home. I have so much to be thankful for and will relish every moment during this holiday.

Since Thanksgiving is this week, we decided to mock up a dessert buffet with lots of Thanksgiving goodies that you can create at home for your own Thanksgiving holiday. Some highlights are mini mayflower boats filled with candy, pilgrim hat cupcakes, turkey window favor bags, and apple cider with cinnamon sticks. We hope you enjoy it!

Photography by Allan Zepeda for Mel Barlow Photography.

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  • Ali

    Wow! You are so inspiring, I love the little acorn cookies.

  • malindakay

    So cute Amy! I love it all! Those li'l pilgrim hat cupcakes are too cute to handle.

  • Anonymous

    Just beautiful and delicious like everything you do.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Greetings from Brazil!

    Gabriella Cavalheiro
    Party in the Box

  • [email protected] Stories of A to Z

    Absolutely gorgeous as always. The turkeys are adorable.

  • Susan Crabtree

    so, so cute!

  • Angelena

    OH I love everything so many great details.Just Fab!

  • Renee

    How did you make those cute little turkeys?? Cute

  • Susan

    this is really so adorable. so many great ideas hidden in there!

  • Ana

    So intricate! Don't you just LOVE the fall color palette right now! I have to go get me some apple cider RIGHT NOW after reading this post. Thanks!

  • DollFace Delights

    Wow, you guys always amaze me!

  • Lise [email protected] Style Vibes

    Wow Amy this is awesome! Thanks for sharing! I will share this on Urban Style Vibes later this week.

    Have a lovely day!

    Kind Regards,

    Lise M.

  • Morgan

    Beautiful! Well done, Amy! I LOVE the dipped pears.

  • My Simple Details, LLC

    I love those pears! The bar is just amazing! Great inspiration

  • shannon

    so when does this come to my house this year? 🙂 everything is adorable and looks delicious!!!

  • Joanna

    That is beautiful. I love all the fall colors.

  • Not just a Mommy!

    Once again, another amazing spread; can't wait to share!

  • What deliciousness!

    I'd love a tutorial on making the turkey cookies… pretty pretty please!!

  • Sue Sparks

    Love it all!!! Adorable edibles!

  • Amy @ Living Locurto

    That is the CUTEST table Amy! The cupcakes are super and I love the pears. What a great idea:-)

  • Anne Living Life

    Fantastic buffet! Love the pears!

  • Jennifer

    You thought of it all, truly amazing!

  • real estate agent Toronto

    I love thanksgiving a lot!
    Maybe it is because I celebrate in two times – two tasteful dinners, two really great evenings…it's because half of my family lives in the US and the other half in Canada.
    It could not be better!
    And your cupcakes are gorgeous!

  • Karen

    What are those maple leaves made out of?

  • Great work Amy! They all look so gorgeous. Great detail in each one. I feel like it’s a sin to eat them 🙂

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