These Individual Pumpkin Cheesecake cups are a creative way to use pumpkin in a dessert after the Thanksgiving and Halloween seasons have come and gone. The cinnamon/nutmeg/allspice/pumpkin combination is warm and inviting, a carryover from the autumn months, while the gingersnap crumbs in the base bring notes of holiday cheer, reminding us that gingerbread houses and Christmas cookies are just around the corner.
After the thrill of making the traditional turkey sandwich wears off, avoid turkey fatigue and offer your kids a lesson in variety. You will be inspired by these 50 ways to prepare cooked turkey. Some recipes you may recognize, and some may be totally new approaches for your family.
Eating meals together at home is important for families, but don’t underestimate the importance of the meal you send to school with your child each day. In the same way that it is important to sit down and break bread with our family, kids sit down at school and do the same with peers of their choosing.
It’s easy to get in a rut with the same old milk and cereal, morning after morning, five days a week for an entire school year. If you’ve got a bit of extra time, why not break the cycle? Keep these special recipes in your pocket for when your family needs to step out of the usual routine.
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