Friday, December 3, 2010

What's Baking Challenge - Thanksgiving


Well, it's that time again and I can hardly believe we're already rounding up recipes from last month's What's Baking Challenge (it seems like just about a week ago, we were doing our first round up for October).  Wow, how time flies!

This was an interesting month because it was about Thanksgiving and it was really nice to see everyone's interpretations of the theme and what reminded them of this special holiday.  It was also nice to see a wide variety of baked goods made and not just desserts! 

Below are the entries from most everyone (I know that some people stepped out for the month due to time commitments)...hopefully you'll find something that catches your eye and also some other blogs that may be of interest to you!

And before I go, our host chosen for December is Stephanie from Brownies and Blondies.  The theme she has chosen is Holiday Colors!  I think it will be really fun to see how everyone interprets it and whether they stick with the typical red and green for Christmas, blue and white for Hanukkah, red/green/black for Kwanzaa, black and gold for New Years Eve, a simple red and white combination or maybe even something Wintry in light blue/silver/white!  Stay tuned next month to find out....

Edible Cornucopia

Source: Our Italian Kitchen

Rustic Apple Crostata

Source: The Boys Made Me Do It

Pumpkin Cranberry Pecan Upside Down Cake

Source: Beantown Baker

"The Pie That Won't Die"

Souce: The Tiny Tyrant's Kitchen

Cranberry Apple Mini Pies

Source: Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks

Sweet Potato Trifle

Source: Carrie's Sweet Life

Bacon and Cheddar Apple Pie

Source: The Jey of Cooking

Pumpkin Roll with Cream Cheese Filling

Source: Our Share of the Harvest

Pilgrim Bread

Source: Pursuing Domestic Goddess-ness

**For what it's worth, please excuse the formatting above with the caption sourcing of the pictures.  Blogger isn't working with me the way I'd like and for some reason some of the captions are not properly placed under each picture.  I'll keep working on it to hopefully get it fixed!



"pup" on December 3, 2010 at 7:46 PM said...

These all look for delicious!! And, I can vouch for the deliciousness of the Cranberry Pecan Pumpkin Upside down cake, that is awesome!!
Looking forward to see all the creations for this month!!

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