I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! I know it seems passé to talk about “that other holiday” right now since Target has had their Christmas decorations up since mid-October. Before Thanksgiving becomes a memory clouded by the flurry of Christmas cheer, I wanted to share another Best of Pinterest post with you, a mash up of photo tips and recipes. (Pinterest, I love you more and more each day)! (Also, please feel free to follow me on Pinterest since that is where I spend 75% of my time).
Last week, Iwrote a post at Detroit New MichMoms about the meaning of the non-traditional dessertsI make at Thanksgiving. Here are some glamour shots of the food. (Or where I pretend that I am a food blogger).
This is my gluten-free creation inspired creation. I took this recipe created by Living Wright atHome that I found on Pinterest, but instead of using cookies (which contain evil gluten), I made some cinnamon roasted pecans for the crunch. Dee-lish!
|I think my gluten-free aunt looks happy.|
And that makes me happy. Win for everyone!
These chocolate chip cookies are the most moist, delicious cookies I have ever made. I used this recipe by Apple a Day. These are my new go-to cookie recipe.
This is my favorite Thanksgiving dessert of all time. Coconut cream pie: it is tradition. Thanksgiving would not be Thanksgiving without it.
How did I make all these photos look good enough to eat? I read this super helpful post byHello, Lidy about photographing food. Very helpful, yet easy for a Photoshop novice, such as myself.
Have you found anything awesome on Pinterest lately? I would love to hear all about it!