Thanksgiving is a special occasion where we reflect on people and circumstances that we’re grateful for in our lives. Food has to be near the top of many peoples lists of what they’re thankful for in life. Nearly 900-million people around the world go to bed every night without a meal in their tummy. Therefore, eating is a blessing that many of us take for granted.
For those of us that remain thankful for our food, we enjoy every opportunity to share it with our loved ones. That’s what Thanksgiving is really about, taking the time to share a good meal with friends and family. Don’t forget to be thankful for the blessings in our life this Thanksgiving, and food security should be one of them.
The turkeys finished, and we hope you left room for dessert. Our recipe guide for 15 fresh and hearty Thanksgiving desserts gives you plenty of ideas for delicious ways to end your meal. Pick your favorite and let us know what you think!
1. Thanksgiving Berry Cobbler
Cobbler is a traditional dessert that most people enjoy after a hearty meal. Our recipe for a berry variant of this dessert will turn your taste buds inside out with this delicious delight. Serve the cobbler warm to your guests with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or some fresh whipped cream.
8-cups berry mix of strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries.
1-box corn muffin mix.
1-large free-range egg, beaten.
6-tablespoons grass-fed butter.
2/3-cup confectioners’ sugar.
¼-cup all-purpose flour.
2-tablespoons fresh lemon juice.
2-teaspoons vanilla extract.
½-cup chopped pecans.
Preheat the oven to 375F. Grease an oven-proof skillet or pie tin with grass-fed butter.
In a medium mixing bowl, work together with the muffin mix along with the butter. Stir in the pecans and work the mixture until crumbly. Stir in the egg until combined. Set aside.
Toss together the sugar, berries, lemon juice, flour and vanilla in a separate medium mixing bowl.
Transfer the contents of both bowls to the skillet and bake in the oven for 20 to 25-minutes until the fruit begins to bubble and the crust turns golden brown.