Looking for something original and clever to do with your cupcake pan this Thanksgiving? How about stocking up on some salty Bugles and creating a cupcake cornucopia? That’s what Hoosier Homemade did and it looks great! Visit Liz’s blog for other great Thanksgiving cupcake ideas!
I think I just figured out how to get my kids to eat their peas and carrots. Who needs a turkey dinner with all the fixin’s when she could just have this kind of turkey dinner? Complete with buttery mashed potatoes and cherry pie! So clever!
These cupcakes were created by Sir Ritz Creations of Cedarhurst, New York. This photo is a recent addition to Flickr, but I’m going to store it away for use on turkey day. November will be here soon enough.
My family usually gets out the Christmas tree the weekend after Thanksgiving, but for those of you who haven’t yet strung the lights and hung the ornaments, here is a creative idea. I love themed Christmas trees, and this one is no exception!
This picture is from one of our readers in the Philippines (you may remember her strawberry shortcake cupcakes from a while back). Thanks for spreading the cupcake cheer!
What is it about Thanksgiving that invariably leads to pleas from turkeys for clemency? Do we see similar images from cows at Fourth of July? Fish and shrimp at New Year’s Eve?
Perhaps the answer is that we draw the turkey as children, tracing our hands with crayons, turning our thumb into the smiling turkey face, our fingers into the colorful feathers. Seemingly every child is connected to turkeys, while all other animals are, well, options.
In an hour-long scan of turkey cupcakes, ranging from cupcakes made from ground turkey to cupcakes celebrating turkeys, this is the one turkey who captured my heart and made me think twice about the bird in my refrigerator. If I had seen this handsome Tom earlier this week, perhaps I would have served up imitation cupcakes, under silvery domes, to be lifted to the surprise of my guests.
(Maybe next year.)
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Ever thought of turning a boring old meatloaf into a cupcake? The Meatloaf Bakery in Chicago specializes in meatloaf cupcakes. They have taken the average meatloaf recipe and turned it into something unique.
Check out this meaty Thanksgiving cupcake, made of lean ground turkey, fresh garlic, herbs, and Parmesan cheese and topped with stuffing. Go here to check out some of their other original creations, including “El Loafo del Fuego” and “No Buns About it Burger Loaf”. I just might have to give this place a try since they’re not too far away from me!
So, what are your thoughts? Would you try a meaty cupcake?
By the title, you might think I am talking about cupcakes and ice cream and a carbonated beverage, but I am actually referring to the floats that we will be seeing on Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and other holiday parades. Since I will be attending a parade this weekend, I got to thinking about what kinds of cupcake floats have been done. I thought I would share what my search came up with. I wonder…will there be any cupcake floats in Macy’s Parade this year?