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What family friendly dishes do you put on your Thanksgiving table?

Thanksgiving is a time for family, entertaining and great food! Tell us what you prepare for your kids and do they help you in the kitchen?

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7 Responses to “What family friendly dishes do you put on your Thanksgiving table?”

  1. Sky Paris said:

    YES the kids always help in the kitchen!

    Christmas cookies (the ones with cookie cutters, frosting, and sprinkles).

    Popcorn balls.

    Confetti Cakes.

    And they love helping make the Mashed potatoes!

    Also, sometimes we will color eggs like in easter but in seasonal colors

  2. Bridget said:

    well i am a kid ( 12, almost 13)

    and i normally bake! i do help ALOT!

    and our favorite dish is mashed potatoes!

    and our least favorite…. CRANBERRY CHUTNEY. EW.EW.EW.

    it tastes like barf no joke. ew.

  3. Hall of Skulls said:

    Not the kids this year. My nephew is 3 and my niece is 1. I don’t know what they could do. I wouldn’t know what my brothers would let them do ( yes I said brothers, there from each brother, so they’re first cousins). But I am in charge of bringing beer, soda and chips. I was going to make my home made cranberry sauce, but one of my sister in laws stumped me. I might just make cole slaw. That might be something the kids could help there uncle with.

  4. Mackenzie said:

    Yep, my kids love to cook and help out in the kitchen, one wants to be a chef since he was 4 (now 12) and can make meals on his own now… seriously, he’s a wiz in the kitchen; he wants Santa to bring him a food processor for Christmas. Last year he asked for (and got) an ice cream maker.

    Everything is friendly to my kids… they love our T-day traditions: turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, bacon-stuffed cherry tomatoes, etc. They eat what we eat.

    My son is also inspired by these food shows he loves (cake boss, ace of cakes, the baking competitions on the food network) so he is undertaking some big fondant/chocolate mold decorated cake for dessert with his own home-made vanilla bean ice cream.

  5. Tyler said:

    Kids eat the same stuff the adults do.

    1. Turkey with Gravy
    2. Stuffing/Dressing
    3. Cranberry Sauce
    4. Sweet Potatoes
    5. Pumpkin Pie

  6. Heidi T said:

    Turkey
    Stuffing
    Sweet Potatoes
    Green bean casserole
    Cranberry sauce
    Gravy
    Red cabbage

  7. awommack said:

    drssing peas cransaucerry sauces




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