Wishing You a Brittled Thanksgiving

Wishing You a Brittled Thanksgiving

Really?  It’s Thanksgiving already?  The older I get, the faster time seems to fly!

I’m always looking for new and different recipes.  I love the tried and true staples for Thanksgiving, but I wanted this year to have a little bit of a Brownie Brittle twist.  So I present to you several options.

Pumpkin Pie with a Brownie Brittle Crust

I always start with dessert.  As the saying goes, life is uncertain…
First up, Pumpkin Pie with a Brownie Brittle Crust – You cannot go wrong with this recipe.  It’s sooooo delicious.  Smooth and creamy with that little bit of chocolate.

Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle Sweet Potato Casserole

Now, let’s move to some interesting side dishes.  We’re not ordinary, so we’re trying two different takes on a classic sweet potato favorite.

Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle Sweet Potato Casserole – Personally, I’m not a marshmallow fan and would probably swap the ones in this photo out for pecans (I LOVE pecans in this casserole dish), but many of our fans do love those marshmallows, so check this fun variety out.  We use my favorite flavor in this, Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle!!

Loaded Brittled Sweet Potato

Next up, a real twist on sweet potatoes for the real sweet potato lovers out there.  These will work whether you’re serving just a couple of people or a whole crew.  It’s a Loaded Brittled Sweet Potato.  Wow!  Again, this one is made with my fave…Salted Caramel Brownie Brittle.

Brittled Chocolate Cranberry Rolls

And, finally, here’s a terrific twist on a cinnamon roll.  We served this at the New York Wine & Food Festival and it was quite a hit.  Feast your eyes on these Brittled Chocolate Cranberry Rolls.  These are perfect if you’re hosting family/friends at your house for a morning treat.  Or even as an added dessert twist.  They’re awesome!

And with all this talk of food, I need to get back to preparing to host my family for Thanksgiving.

Have a VERY Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

xo Sheila G signature

brownieWishing You a Brittled Thanksgiving