For Thanksgiving we have three lunches/dinners. I’m making pumpkin pie, cranberry salad, and crescent rolls. I even have a bottle of Pino Grigio to bring to one!
But I’m a fan of making things from scratch especially for special events and holidays. I vividly remember the smell of fresh cinnamon rolls and crescent rolls from my childhood. Every holiday my mom would be lovingly cooking up one of our favorites to bring along to Grandma’s. And they were so good that you literally fought for some!
So here’s the surprisingly simple recipe that every Thanksgiving dinner table should garnish!
Hey you guys! What are some of your best memories of your mom and dad at home? Were you learning how to bake cookies with Mom? Was Dad flipping pancakes on Sunday morning? Was Grandma canning or baking pies?
Those are some of my memories of my childhood. And I want my kids to have the same memories. I want them to know how to make simple recipes from scratch. My dad always said there is a nostalgia about cooking and baking.
As long as you help them along the way, every kid can have a job. Get out the step stools and chairs and pull them up to the counter. Let them see what you are making. Little kids can stir. Big kids can measure. And they can all lick the spoons.
Here are our favorite 5 recipes. One of them, has a unique special ingredient. Sshh….