Cornucopia Snacks

What are you serving on your Kids' Table this Thanksgiving?
How about these cute Cornucopia Snacks we whipped up for Tablespoon?
Click here or on the image below to get the recipe.
The easiest way I found to coat your ice cream cones is to hold them by the tip and roll them in chocolate... Dip in sprinkles, lay them on wax paper and smooth out the end with your finger. Easy! When dry, fill with your snack mix and serve!
If you have a great idea for the Kids Table at Thanksgiving, please put a link in the comments!


Turkey Toes

A couple days ago, I saw these adorable jars of "Turkey Toes" on Pinterest from No Fuss Fabulous.
What a great idea to use your leftover Candy Corn!So, we decided to make our own version...something easy to send to school as a class treat or as a cute snack on your Thanksgiving table!

We used snack size sandwich baggies and I made some labels that you can download here.These are so easy to assemble! Simply put about 1/4 cup of candy corn in each baggie, cut out labels and attach with double-sided tape. If you're looking for candy corn, it's on sale this week at Kroger/King Soopers for $1 (in the candy aisle, green bag). One bag of candy corn will make about 8 bags of Turkey Toes. Little C is excited to take them to class today!

Holiday Playlist

My grandmother hasn't been doing well...to cheer her up, I rounded up a few of my musical friends and made an album of Holiday songs fo...