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    (CNN)The White House decks the halls, a toddler takes an adorable first bite of pumpkin pie, and Jimmy Kimmel shares details from his "mildly frightening" Thanksgiving. These are the must-watch videos of the week.Jolly JillJUST WATCHEDWhite House unveils this year's Christmas decorations ReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHWhite House unveils this year's Christmas decorations 01:22Jill Biden reveals the White House Christmas decorations, spotlighting first responders and frontline workers with the theme, "Gifts from the Heart."Sandra Bullock discusses raising a multiracial family JUST WATCHEDSandra Bullock reveals challenges of raising a multiracial familyReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHSandra Bullock reveals challenges of raising a multiracial family 02:31Actress Sandra Bullock joined "Red Table Talk" to discuss challenges she's faced adopting and raising two Black children, as well as to recount experiencing a home invasion in 2014.Read MoreSweet as pieJUST WATCHEDWatch this toddler experience pumpkin pie for the first timeReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHWatch this toddler experience pumpkin pie for the first time 01:35A toddler's reaction to his first taste of pumpkin pie had the internet in stitches when video of the 2-year-old shaking with glee went viral.Singed but...
    Bob Evans The Bob Evans Happy Thanksgiving 2021! Bob Evans is one of the restaurants staying open for the holiday and offering traditional Thanksgiving meals that are large enough to serve everyone in your family. Bob Evans Is Open From 8am-7pm on Thanksgiving Day Bob EvansBob Evans. Bob Evans is operating on a slightly different schedule than normal on Thanksgiving. Restaurant locations are open today from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m., according to Bob Evans’ website. You can find a location near you by clicking here. The Thanksgiving meals get all the attention today but Bob Evans is still serving its regular breakfast menu as well. The chain noted on its website, “Every Thanksgiving, our restaurants serve a special breakfast menu for those looking for a pre-holiday feast meal or just want to come in for their breakfast favorites.” Bob Evans’ Hot Thanksgiving Meals Can Be Ordered Hours Ahead of Time But the Farmhouse Feasts Had to be Pre-Ordered Bob EvansBob Evans Holiday Hot Family Meal. Bob Evans says on its website...
    The Pie Shop in Washington, D.C.CNBC As Americans sit down at their Thanksgiving tables, many of the items in front of them will be more expensive than they were last year. Pies in particular. And climate change is a contributing factor. Inflation is hitting every sector of the economy, and food products are not immune. But many of the ingredients that go into holiday pies have been hit by floods, fires and drought, causing shortages and pushing prices higher. For example, the crust. Wheat prices are now at the highest level since 2012 and are up over 10% in just the past month. Severe drought in the U.S. west and northern plains caused what the U.S. Department of Agriculture is estimating will be the worst wheat production in nearly two decades. Those higher costs for wheat, as well as alfalfa, make feed costs higher, causing dairy prices to rise. Cows also produce less milk during droughts. Then there's the pie filling. "The Pacific Northwest had a terrible year between the heat and the drought. We saw a lot of things...
    There is no time of year when I enjoy baking more than in the fall. Of course, the cooler weather makes it easier to be in the kitchen with the oven cranked up, but there is something about autumn that makes me crave home-baked goodies. Maybe it’s the seasonal produce or the approach of so many food-focused holidays; whatever the reason, fall means I’ll be making warm and comforting baked treats. If you bake a lot, you know that baking is a science as well as an art. Vegan baking requires the knowledge to adapt recipes and make the appropriate substitutions for eggs, dairy and honey. Gluten-free baking requires even further adaptations, but once you know the tricks and secrets, it’s really quite easy. Take a look at 7 Tips for Gluten-Free Baking and then join me in savoring the bounty of autumn as we bake the best fall treats – no gluten required. 1. Use Seasonal Produce Most people think of summer as the time for the best produce, but autumn is the season that gives me all my favorite...
    Got youngsters who love pumpkin pie? Delight them with these pumpkin pie pops. Or, better yet, have them join in the kitchen as your sous chef. "My kids love pumpkin pie. So I wanted to make a fun and unique variation. That's when I came up with these easy-to-make pumpkin pie pops," says Elia Garrison at Conservamome.com. And when Garrison says easy, she really means it. Requiring only a handful of ingredients, these festive pie pops only take about 20 minutes to prep. EASY AIR FRYER APPLE PIE RECIPE FOR THANKSGIVINGPumpkin Pie Pops by Elia Garrison at Conservamome.comMakes 7 pie pops Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time:25 minutes TART, MORELLO CHERRY CRUMBLE FOR THANKSGIVING: TRY THE RECIPE Conservamome.com's Elia Garrison shares her pumpkin pie pop recipe with Fox News ahead of Thanksgiving. (Elia Garrison at Conservamome.com) Ingredients:-2 Premade Pie crusts (1 Package) -4" cookie-cutter, like this one For filling:-1 cup pumpkin purée -1/2 cup of brown sugar -2 Teaspoons of Pumpkin Pie Spice -1 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract -1 Beaten Egg 5 THANKSGIVING DESSERTS FROM PECAN PIE TO SLOW...
    This Thanksgiving, breathe new excitement into your Thanksgiving dessert spread with one of these delectable recipes.  Whether you want to get inventive and make mini pumpkin pie bites on your grill or bake up an old-fashioned pecan pie, we’ve just got the inspiration for you. HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON THANKSGIVING DINNEROld Fashioned Pecan Pie by Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries This pecan pie from Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries is sure to please. (Melanie Cagle - The Cagle Diaries) "This recipe is an 'old-timer’s' recipe, passed down from my grandma, and there's a reason it's lasted this long," Melanie Cagle of The Cagle Diaries tells Fox News. "It's easy, it's fast, and it's super delicious. A firm crust with an ooey-gooey sweet filling makes this pecan pie a firm favorite on Thanksgiving! This dish is perfect served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream."Ingredients: 1 Refrigerated Pie Crust 1-½ Cups Pecans, chopped 4 Tablespoons Butter, unsalted 1 Cup Light Brown Sugar 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon ¼ Teaspoon Nutmeg ¾ Cup Corn Syrup 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract...
    If you have a gluten-free guest coming to Thanksgiving dinner, or if indeed you yourself are looking for a gluten-free pie to fill you up to the top after that delicious first course, then look no further. Whether it’s pumpkin, sweet potato, pecan, or apple, no one needs to miss out for a moment with this list of OGP vegan and gluten-free pie recipes that will have your guests bursting at the seams. 1.  Simple and Healthy Pecan Pumpkin Pie Source: Simple and Healthy Pecan Pumpkin Pie/One Green Planet You don’t have to tell your guest that it’s healthy, right?  The crust in this Simple and Healthy Pecan Pumpkin Pie by Kathleen Henry is made from pecans and dates while the filling has pumpkins and all of those essential spices—nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.  On top of all that, this pie is also protein-rich with its secret silken tofu magic. 2.  Personal-Sized Apple Pie Source: Personal-Sized Apple Pie/One Green Planet Who wouldn’t love their own personal piece of pie?  The crust on this Personal-Sized Apple Pie by Danielle Dewar...
    Thanksgiving dinner is the greatest feast of the year! You get to sit around a table with all your family and friends expressing gratitude for them and your life, and eating amazing food. But planning the menu can be quite tough on the cooks, especially if it all falls to just one person. Are you taking on the Thanksgiving feast all by yourself or just want to contribute and bring something to the party you’re attending? Either way we’ve got you covered with this vegan Thanksgiving menu from start to finish. That’s right, the whole thing! We’ve searched through and through to find appetizers, sides, entrees, desserts, and pies because pie is simply a must-have at Thanksgiving! For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  – with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! Also, don’t forget to check out our ultimate guide to plant-based recipes for Thanksgiving and our Vegan Thanksgiving Menu From Start To Finish from 2018! Appetizers 1....
    When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Pumpkin Power Burger Source: Pumpkin Power Burger Burgers are one of the most reliable staples to be found in any cook’s arsenal. These Pumpkin Power Burger by Hannah Kaminsky are infinitely adjustable, easily prepared, and universally enjoyed, and many satisfying meals both past and present can be attributed to the humble patty. Pumpkin puree is the secret ingredient holding these particular patties together in this crowd-pleasing, protein-packed formula. 2. West African Peanut Stew Source: West African Peanut Stew This take...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more When it comes to Thanksgiving, there is a whole world of seasonal desserts options besides your typical pumpkin pie. This Thanksgiving, bring a dish that gets your family’s attention and is so delicious it will become a new tradition in your family. We went through our archives on the Food Monster App so that you can steal the show when it’s dessert time at your Thanksgiving meal. You’ll be the hero for those who aren’t a fan of the classic Thanksgiving pie! 1. Pumpkin Bread PuddingSource: Pumpkin Bread Pudding  Enjoy a hefty scoop of warm Pumpkin Bread Pudding loaded up with fall spiced coconut whipped cream! Raisins are mixed into this recipe for a more classic bread pudding feel. Pumpkin has a way of complimenting so many different additions, so get creative and make this recipe by Gretchen Price your own. 2. Red Velvet Brownies Source: Red Velvet Brownies If you’ve been dying for vegan red velvet but don’t like beets, this is your recipe. These Brownies by Jasmine Briones use dragon fruit for the red...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more On the hunt for the perfect pie to bring to your holiday gathering? Everyone can and should be able to indulge in a delicious slice (or let’s be honest — multiple slices) on this incredible food holiday. Though making your own sweet pies may seem daunting, it’s a fairly simple process with out-of-this-world rewards. There’s a reason your grandma’s pumpkin pie was far tastier than any store-bought one you’ve tried, it was hand-baked with love. This holiday, show your family and friends the beauty, comfort, and deliciousness of homemade vegan pies! Whether you’re a pumpkin fan, an apple lover, or a sweet potato supporter, you will find at least one sweet pie recipe in this list that you’ll feel compelled to bake. We sifted through our ever-growing Food Monster App recipe archives to make this best-of-the-best seasonal pie collection. If you are more of a traditional pie fan, you will find plenty recipes that suit your fancy. However, we implore you to try out some of the more innovative recipes as...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more If you don’t like pie (or just have gotten sick of it), Thanksgiving dessert may not be the best time for you. Everyone wants to enjoy a nice post-dinner treat, but if you are bored of the classic pies or don’t have a taste for it, what are you to do? Our awesome bloggers have some ideas! We’ve gathered these recipes (that can also be found on our Food Monster App) to give you plenty of inspiration for desserts that use all the best seasonal pie flavors, but break out of the classic pie format. Check them out! 1. Create a Crumble! Image Source: Healthy Cranberry Apple Pie Crumbles are similar enough to a pie that you won’t upset any guests who are anticipating a Thanksgiving pie, but they are truthfully something all their own. That delicious crumbly topping will be the best out of everything you eat on the holiday! We recommend trying this Healthy Cranberry Apple Pie from Ciarra Siller, which is delicious in addition to not spoiling all of your...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that many of us enjoyed not having to cook on Thanksgiving, and we enjoyed supporting local restaurants. Again in 2021, restaurants, caterers and bakeries are providing Thanksgiving meal kits to take out and re-heat at home. We’ll update this list as we get more announcements. If you are a restaurant and wish to be included on this list, please email jrderusha@wcco.com.TAKEOUT AND MEAL KITS Surdyk’s Catering: Free range turkeys from Kadejan in Glenwood prepared and trussed for you to roast at home. 10-12 lb $100, 12-14lb. turkey $120. Plus classic sides, gravy and pies. Also find a Thanksgiving wine 4-pack, regular priced $68, special price $48 for a cremant sparkling rose, Vouvray, Pinot Noir and Primitivo from Italy. Order by Monday, Nov. 15 at noon READ MORE: Surly Introduces Scholarship To Bring More Diversity Into Brewing: 'It Will Make Us Stronger'Wise Acre Eatery: Turkey legs, smoked turkey breast ($96 feeds 4-6) raised at Tangletown Gardens Farm in Plato among other trimmings and pies Order by Friday, Nov. 19 Barbette: Thanksgiving...
    Don’t want to spend your entire holiday in the kitchen? Here are some local alternatives. Flights Los Gatos will become a popup, with owner Alex Hult serving up favorites from his old Hult’s menu, including pan roasted salmon, Swedish meatballs (made his mom’s way), classic turkey and sweet potato ravioli. The Hult’s Thanksgiving feast will be served noon-8 p.m., with guests offered a choice of three appetizers, four entrees and two desserts for $65 per person. Children under 10 eat free. Grocer & Goddess, a hotspot for culinary gifts and treats in Los Gatos, will offer a special Thanksgiving menu, including butternut squash and pear soup for two, a butter lettuce and feta cheese salad for six to eight, plus an oven roasted turkey breast to serve two or four ($80) or a pre-brined bird that serves six to eight to roast at home ($150). Accompaniments like turkey gravy, mac ’n’ cheese, turkey pot pie, maple yams, mashed potatoes, stuffing, mushroom bread pudding, roasted autumn vegetables, cranberry sauce, rustic dinner rolls, shortbread cookies and pumpkin, pecan or apple pie are...
    This year’s Thanksgiving feast is biting back as the ongoing supply chain crisis causes some holiday favorites to balloon in price, with turkeys now 27 per cent more expensive.  Nearly every dinnertime staple – from the popular roasting bird to pumpkins – have jumped in price year-over-year, leaving consumers with a heftier tab. The price of a frozen 15-pound turkey will cost around $21.50 this year, up 27% from last year’s $16.95 price tag. A three-pound bag of Russet potatoes cost $1.12 last week, a 13% year-over-year spike from the previous $0.99 cost, according to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). Other Thanksgiving standbys – including bread, beverages, carrots and more – are also more expensive ahead of the November 25 holiday. The supply chain crisis has driven up prices across the spectrum, as port backlogs slow deliveries, labor shortages drive up wages, and demand for food rises. The price of a frozen 15-pound turkey will cost around $21.50 this year, up 27% from last year’s Supply chain-driven disruptions helped drive up the prices of of vegetables, booze, bread,...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Halloween is nearly upon us! And apart from fully embracing our inner spookiness all October long, our second favorite part about Halloween is the treats. Whether it’s homemade or storebought, there are plenty of options for everyone, even if you’re following a plant-based diet. Just check out these 15 Vegan Halloween Candies You Can Buy Online for some of your options — and p.s., Swedish Fish are vegan! While storebought treats are enough to satisfy the trick-or-treaters, maybe you want to go the extra mile for yourself and conjure up a batch of vegan Halloween candy all for yourself … and friends and family, too, we guess. If that’s the predicament you’re finding yourself in, then we have just the suggestion for you, courtesy of the Food Monster App. Check it out: White chocolate coating with a pumpkin and graham cracker cream cheese filling … These vegan truffles are just what any pumpkin lover needs.Who needs a whole slice of pie — plus a fork and plate — when you can...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more If it seems to you like pumpkin spice treats are cropping up everywhere, well … you would be right. Over the past year, pumpkin spice has surged in popularity. You can now find pumpkin spice in snacks of all kinds, from granola bars, to non-dairy milks, and even salsa. You can’t escape it (not that we’re complaining). It’s definitely branched out beyond the success of the ubiquitous drink of fall: the pumpkin spice latte. So, what is pumpkin spice, and what’s the big deal? Pumpkin spice is traditionally what would be used to spice homemade pumpkin pies. You can make your own at home or buy a bottled spice blend from most grocery stores. Pumpkin spice combines all of the best spices of fall — cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, and cloves — to bring a cozy touch to your desserts. Between the warm spices and colors, pumpkin spice is the spice blend to include in your desserts this fall and there are so many ways to do that. That’s why...
    If you want to impress your dinner guests this fall with a delicious dessert, this recipe is for you.  The "Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Pie" from Southern food blog Quiche My Grits gives a cinnamon twist on the classic holiday dessert.  FRIED APPLE CRISP FOR FALL: TRY THE RECIPE According to blog creator Debi Morgan’s post, the recipe starts with a "creamy pumpkin custard’ and is topped with "snickerdoodle cookie crumbles." "I can't think of anything more delicious than combining pumpkin pie with a snickerdoodle crumble topping," Morgan wrote in her blog post.  Try this twist on a classic holiday dessert from Southern food blog Quiche My Grits. (Courtesy of Quiche My Grits) MOIST ZUCCHINI CHOCOLATE CHIP MUFFINS: TRY THE RECIPE To try it yourself, here’s the "Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Pie" recipe from Quiche My Grits.IngredientsPumpkin Pie Filling 4 oz. cream cheese, softened 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk 1 can (15 oz.) pure pumpkin 2 large eggs ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice ½ teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon ground ginger 1 refrigerated pie crust (unbaked) CLICK HERE TO GET THE...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more We’re officially in the beautiful, wonderful, crisp Fall season. If you’re a foodie, you know you can’t let this season go by without enjoying the delicious flavors of pumpkin pie. Lucky for you, it’s National Pumpkin Pie Day so we decided to put together 15 plant-based pumpkin pie recipes from the Food Monster App! These recipes range from classic pumpkin pie to all kinds of yummy treats infused with the pumpkin pie spices. You can also eat them for any meal of the day. If you’re trying to get into the spooky season, try out one of these plant-based pumpkin pie recipes — you’ll love them! 1. Pumpkin Pie Waffles With Cream Cheese Icing Source: Pumpkin Pie Waffles With Cream Cheese Icing This Pumpkin Pie Waffles With Cream Cheese Icing recipe by Kennedy Kitchings is one of those waffle recipes that you must try! Waffles are always a delicious way to start your day, and this cashew based cream cheese icing on top really elevates the classic dish. 2. Perfect...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes include pasta and blondies so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Pumpkin Snickerdoodles Source: Pumpkin Snickerdoodles Soft, fluffy, and oh so delicious vegan Pumpkin Snickerdoodles. These Pumpkin Snickerdoodles by Taavi Moore are the perfect introduction to fall and pair well with a warm coffee or beverage. 2. Spiced Apple Coffee Cake Source: Spiced Apple Coffee Cake This  Spiced Apple Coffee Cake by Katia Martin makes for a delicious fall staple to be enjoyed as a snack at any time of the day. Enjoy with...
    MCDONALD’S has introduced new products for the fall, including glazed donuts available nationwide. Most of these products being introduced by the fast food giant are dessert items – but know some are only available at select stores. 3This pull-apart donut is available at McDonald's stores nationwideCredit: McDonald's Glazed Pull Apart Donut Since September 15, the glazed donut has been included on the McDonald's menu. However, it will be only included on the menu for a limited amount of time. According to McDonald’s, the seven-piece pull-apart donut comes with 15 grams of sugars and 310 calories. Currently, it is the only donut listed on McDonald’s menu. While prices can vary by state and city, this item sells for $1.59 on the McDonald’s app. Most read in MoneyDEADLINE DAY October opt-out deadline just days away as September payment issues reportedBIT DOWN Bitcoin down today as Suex exchange sanctioned for 'assisting in heists'CASH COMING $500 stimulus check being sent NOW as California continues to send more cashSHOW ME THE MONEY You might get $1,100 in stimulus cash if you live in this stateGOLDEN STATE CASH...
    Dairy Queen Dairy Queen has announced the return of fall favorites Pumpkin Pie Blizzard and Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake at the end of this month. As summer simmers down and we begin to dream of fall flavors, the DQ® brand is sweetening the seasonal transition with two tasty fall-forward treats. DQ restaurants are bringing back The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard® Treat and Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake starting August 30, at participating DQ locations nationwide, for a limited time only. The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard Treat returns with a sweet combination of real pumpkin pie pieces and creamy vanilla soft serve, crowned with whipped topping and a sprinkle of nutmeg for the ultimate autumn taste experience. The pumpkin fun doesn’t end there! The Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake unites two fall flavor MVPs – pumpkin and cookie butter – into one sweet treat to create fall’s new obsession in shake form. The shake combines pumpkin puree, cookie butter made from ground cinnamon spice cookies, DQ’s signature vanilla soft serve and milk, topped with whipped topping and ground nutmeg for a treat worth falling for.  
    ESPN analyst Mel Kiper has fired off a lot of hot NFL Draft takes throughout his career, but nothing he has uttered at the league’s annual event can possibly rival his thoughts on pizza. During the most recent episode of the “ESPN Daily” podcast, Kiper spoke to Pablo Torre about several topics, including his strange eating habits. Kiper told Torre that he eats pumpkin pie “as many times as I possibly can” and will even kick off his morning with pumpkin pie for breakfast. He doesn’t eat pumpkin pie every day, but that’s only because it is not always available to him. NFL MOCK DRAFT: What Kiper, other experts are saying about first round Oh, but it gets weirder. Torre then asked Kiper to reveal his pizza-eating process, and it is . . . something. “I take the cheese off the pizza, and I eat the pizza with mashed potatoes. So, mashed potatoes and pizza without cheese is what I do,” Kiper said. “I think I’m healthy because I’m not eating the cheese, right? I don’t eat the cheese. I just leave a little on there for the flavor. The cheese...
    Christmas is almost here and you’re probably planning the menu for your big holiday dinner. For those of us who won’t have a turkey or ham on the table, we need to plan a little extra for the main dishes. Everyone expects some dish to be the centerpiece of the table. Rather than feel like the table is missing what’s expected, let’s revel in the unexpected. When meat is off the table, the options for main dishes increases exponentially with veggie dishes that can feed two or twenty! We have lots of main course recipes and ideas that will please every palate at your table. Check out these 10 Delicious Vegan Main Dishes for Christmas and these 5 Christmas Casseroles Made Vegan. Since Christmas is all about family and friends getting together, reuniting and gathering in a warm, welcoming home, we thought we would feature main dishes that say “home.” So get ready to Deck the Halls with these 30 vegan main dishes from the Food Monster App that will make your Christmas merry and bright. 1. Creamy Pumpkin...
    Who makes the best pumpkin pie? If the answer is “me,” then there’s no need to keep reading. This is for the rest of the pumpkin pie-loving masses who look forward to their pumpkin-pie fix every holiday season. Pumpkin spice-flavored donuts, muffins and pancakes are good. Pumpkin spice lattes are tasty. But the real deal is the traditional pumpkin pie, toasty pastry crust filled with a sweet, spicy pumpkin puree. It’s a creamy, sweet and semi-healthy dessert that’s the perfect end to a holiday meal. Bakers insist that there’s nothing difficult about making a decent pumpkin pie, but don’t believe it. Just making a perfect crust and getting the liquid-filled pastry to the oven without spillage is no job for amateurs. And the trick to preserving flaky pastry on a pumpkin pie? That’s either chance or crazy skill. Thankfully, pumpkin pie is such a popular classic that it’s easy to find — both fresh and frozen. We put our forks to work on 10 options — hoping to find store-bought bites that hit all the right notes. Great pumpkin pie...
    Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes include Paleo Vegan Pie Crust to cookies , so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Paleo Vegan Pie Crust Source: Paleo Vegan Pie Crust Who says you can’t have pie while following a Paleo vegan diet? This Paleo Vegan Pie Crust by Brittany Berlin is similar to a traditional pie crust, making it the perfect switch-up if you or someone you love needs a gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and/or egg-free crust. 2. California Kale, Orange, Almond and Mushroom Salad Source: California Kale, Orange, Almond and Mushroom Salad This California Kale, Orange,...
    I’d bet most of America’s refrigerators have leftover pumpkin pie on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It’s delicious the first couple of times you eat it, but then what?  It gets a little boring on Day Two. STEVE DOOCY: A DELICIOUS DAY-AFTER-THANKSGIVING RECIPE -- TRY OUR 'LEFTOVER TURKEY GALETTE' My daughter Mary, the smoothie maker, and I came up with this recipe one morning when we didn’t have fruit for a smoothie, but we had pie!  Since then it’s become a holiday highlight after brunch or dinner.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTER Why do we call it a ‘grown-up smoothie’? Because if you’re of legal age, you can add a hint of hooch with a splash of bourbon. Obviously, kids can’t drink bourbon, first of all it’s illegal, and second, they’re kids and will find the taste revolting. As a six-year-old, I sipped my dad’s Coors and gagged, until college, when I made a miraculous recovery.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Not only does this take less than two minutes to make, it also tastes crazy delicious...
    Fox News host Steve Doocy, who co-hosted Friday’s edition of Outnumbered, showed viewers how to make a “leftover pumpkin pie grown-up smoothie” before chowing down alongside co-host Carley Shimkus. In a plug for his new Happy Cookbook: A Celebration of the Food That Makes America Smile, Doocy shared a pre-recorded tutorial explaining how to make the shakes before he and Shimkus returned to eat them live. “It is so delicious. Man, I hope you make it,” Doocy said, following the demo. “And it’s so easy!” “I’m having it right now, hold on. Oh, my God, what an embarrassing shot you just took of me,” Shimkus said, as she appeared to spill a bit on her chin. “Delicious!” she added. Watch above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    After a day full of delicious holiday foods, the last thing you’ll want to do is cook breakfast. Chances are you’re all cooked out! However, if you plan one of these amazing festive recipes for the morning after your Thanksgiving festivities, you may be looking forward to making breakfast even more than Thanksgiving dinner! They’re full of holiday flavors, and absolutely delicious. Check out these dishes shared by our amazing bloggers that we found on our Food Monster App for all of your breakfast or brunch inspo! 1. Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes Image Source: Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes Mmmm, sweet potatoes for breakfast! These Simple Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes from Crissy Cavanaugh seriously couldn’t be an easier recipe – yet it feels like the fanciest thing you could ever eat. Warm sweet potatoes dripping with almond butter and stuffed with your favorite granola … hello, can it be morning all day? 2. Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles  Image Source: Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Waffles from Sara Grandominico are so soft and perfectly sweet and spiced! Healthy, grain-free, and naturally...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Looking for some last-minute ideas for your Thanksgiving feast? The Eyewitness News chefs have some ideas for this year's smaller gatherings.If you're looking to experiment with a different method of cooking your Thanksgiving turkey, we've got you covered. Check out 5 ways to cook a turkey here.EMBED More News Videos Christopher Clem from Butterball Turkey has some tips on how to make the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving. Lucy Yang cooks up a wonderful Fall pasta for cozy dinners at home or to get you ready for the holiday season!Sandy Kenyon shows an easy, cool cranberry recipe that anyone can make in a microwave: no oven required!Glam Lab's Jo Trupp steps out of the beauty world and into the kitchen for a quick and easy (yet delicious) "healthy" butternut squash mac and cheese!Candace McCowan whips up her favorite homemade dark chocolate turtle brownies!Eyewitness News' CeFaan Kim tries a pumpkin pie recipe and eventually needs some help from his wife to finish it!Community Journalist Miguel Amaya bakes a "Cinnamon Roll Apple Rose Tart" for your next holiday gathering!What...
    The best part about parfaits is that they can be created in so many different ways, and with so many different ingredients. From super fruity to grainy and protein-packed, there’s no shortage of combinations when it comes to these perfectly pretty dishes. We’ve found 15 of our favorites from the Food Monster App, all ready for you to mix and match and conjure up in your own kitchen! 1. Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait This Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait by Kat Condon is as pretty as it is good for you. It’s made with almond milk, chia seeds, rolled oats, vanilla plant-based protein and of course, fresh strawberries. 2. Pumpkin Pie Parfait With Cranberry-Orange Coulis and Coconut Whip Pumpkin Pie Parfait With Cranberry-Orange Coulis and Coconut Whip This Pumpkin Pie Parfait With Cranberry-Orange Coulis and Coconut Whip by Crystal Bonnet is delicious and gorgeous. Sweet and festive layers combine to make a stunning presentation. 3. Superfood Chocolate Mousse and Raspberry Parfait Superfood Chocolate Mousse and Raspberry Parfait  This Superfood Chocolate Mousse and Raspberry Parfait by Mitra Shirmohammadi is...
    We tracked down pumpkin pies from 5 major grocery retailers — Key Food, Wegmans, Trader Joe's, Stop & Shop, and Costco. Crystal Cox/Business Insider If you're planning to buy a pumpkin pie this holiday season, you need to know which store carries the best one — and which store you absolutely need to skip. Last fall, a team of Insider taste-testers tried pumpkin pies from Key Food, Wegmans, Trader Joe's, Stop & Shop, and Costco to determine which was best according to filling flavor, crust, and appearance. Wegmans came out on top with a pumpkin pie that looked and tasted homemade. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There's nothing better than a delicious slice of pumpkin pie. However, while some people swear by their own recipes, others prefer to purchase their pie from the local grocery store, saving them time and the hassle of baking a pie from scratch.  Last fall, we tracked down store-bought pumpkin pies from five major grocery retailers — Key Food, Wegmans, Trader Joe's, Stop & Shop, and Costco — to determine which...
    That's a lot of pumpkin pie. Courtesy of Guinness World Records The Guinness World Record for fastest turkey carving is three minutes and 19.47 seconds. The world's largest pumpkin pie weighed 3,699 pounds. Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City remains the world's largest inflatable parade. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you think your Thanksgiving table is piled high with traditional festive foods, you've clearly never seen a 3,699-pound pumpkin pie the size of a small pond. Guinness World Records tracks the most extreme creations, stunts, and accomplishments on the planet. Come Thanksgiving time, some of these milestones include record-breaking pies, cranberry sauce speed-eating, and balloon floats visible from miles away. Here are 10 Thanksgiving-related Guinness World Records we're thankful for.
    THANKSGIVING DINNER -- Do you need to cook Thanksgiving dinner this year and don't know where to start? We have you covered. Just click the links below to find that perfect recipe that is sure to impress your family.How to Cook a Turkey -- Recipes and TipsHow to Cook a TurkeyHow to carve a turkey, plus a great stuffing recipeHow to brine a turkeySpatchcock and deep-frying: 7 delicious ways to cook your turkeyButter-Basted Herbed Turkey - RecipePitmaker's tips for the perfect Thanksgiving turkeyBistro Menil's Top Secret Turkey BrineTraditional Side Dishes3 easy-to-make Thanksgiving side dishesGREEN BEAN CASSEROLEGreen Bean Casserole recipeJonathan's The Rub Green Bean CasseroleSWEET POTATOES RECIPESMashed sweet potato with herb-roasted pecansSpiced Sweet Potato and CarrotsMASHED POTATOES RECIPESGrandma's Country Mashed Potatoes - RecipeHealthy Garlic-Sage Mashed Red Potatoes from My Smart ChefSTUFFING / DRESSINGOld-Fashioned Cornbread Dressing - RecipeThe great Thanksgiving debate: Is it dressing or stuffing?MORE:Healthy Cranberry Sauce - RecipeDeviled eggs recipeThanksgiving DessertsPUMPKIN PIE RECIPESHEALTHY HOLIDAY: Serve up a 'fully raw' pumpkin pie Tropical Pumpkin PieToffee Pumpkin PieEasy, No-Bake Pumpkin PiePumpkin Cheesecake Pie - RecipeAPPLE PIE RECIPESApple custard cinnamon streusel pieDan's Mom's...
    A slice of each celebrity-chef pumpkin pie. Paige Bennett for Insider I made pumpkin pies using recipes from Dominique Ansel, Alton Brown, and Bobby Flay. My favorite recipe was Flay's because it was easy to follow and its special whipped cream was delicious. Ansel's recipe was a disaster to make, and the pie tasted quite bland. Brown's recipe was the simplest and had a stellar crust, but it didn't blow me away. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When it comes to fall comfort foods, nothing takes the cake quite like a slice of homemade pumpkin pie. Celebrity chefs certainly feel the same way, which is why so many have their own pumpkin-pie recipes. To find out which are worth trying, I tested pumpkin-pie recipes from Bobby Flay, Dominique Ansel, and Alton Brown. Read on to see how the pies turned out. Flay's signature pumpkin-pie recipe has many steps The ingredients for Bobby Flay's pumpkin pie. Paige Bennett for Insider Though he's known as a grill master, Flay can throw down when it comes to pies....
    Insider asked Michelin-starred chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving desserts that aren't pumpkin pie.  Pastry chef Dan Kleinhandler makes a S'mores pie with homemade marshmallows and a dark-chocolate caramel ganache.  Beverly Kim of Parachute makes cream puffs filled with butternut squash to combine sweet with savory.  Legendary restaurateur Daniel Boulud combines all the classic fall flavors — pumpkin, pecan, and apple — into one Super Pie.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, there are a few dishes that are always considered essential: the turkey, the potatoes, and the pumpkin pie. But not everyone is a fan of pumpkin, and that's okay! You still deserve to have something delicious to eat at the end of your Thanksgiving feast.  So we asked Michelin-starred chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving desserts that aren't pumpkin pie. They also gave us tips for re-creating some of these dishes at home, while others can be purchased depending on where you're located. From a pie inspired by S'mores to mouth-watering cream puffs, you'll want to see these Michelin-starred chef-approved desserts...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — WCCO recently told you about a survey of favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. We reported mashed potatoes were on top in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Now, the real battle begins. What is your favorite holiday pie? A GE Appliance survey broke it down by region. It shows Minnesota, Wisconsin, and much of the Midwest, West and Southern Atlantic states goes for pumpkin. Most states in general pick pumpkin, actually. Pecan was tops in Texas and some Southern states, with an apple-pumpkin split in Alabama and 3 other states. Apple was big in New York and the Northeastern states. Click here for more survey results.
    ALDI is selling everything you need for a Thanksgiving dinner for a bargain price of $30. The selection includes a turkey and ingredients to make a pumpkin pie.  2Aldi shoppers can pick up everything they need for Thanksgiving for $30 Customers also get veg and stuffing mix for that price. In total, diners can pick up 12 items from Aldi for $30 - although this doesn't include tax. Aldi is advertising the deal on its website, but it doesn’t list individual prices for each item so we can’t add up the exact amount. It also included pumpkin pie mix in an official announcement - but this is noticeably absent from its website. 2Aldi is advertising all these Thanksgiving items for under $30 What's included in Aldi's thanksgiving dinner for $30?ALDI claims its customers can pick up the following 12 items for $30 for Thanksgiving: Butterball frozen turkey Bagged stuffing Sweet potatoes Frozen peas Hawaiian Sweet Rolls Fresh cranberries Carrots Celery Canned pumpkin pie mix Pie crust Whipping cream A gallon of whole milk We’ve asked the retailer...
    End your meal with something sweet. Here are several Thanksgiving dessert options. Midnight pumpkin pie: Can’t decide between chocolate pie and pumpkin pie? Now you no longer have to. Find the recipe here. ASSOCIATED PRESS/Matthew Mead Cranberry almond pear crisp: Here’s another great way to mix up the Thanksgiving dessert spread. Find the recipe here. Ocean Spray via AP Images/Ocean Spray Apple Bundt cake: A simple recipe that brought comforting memories to Elizabeth Karmel: “We came across a recipe card that looked like it might be the thing. I made the cake immediately, and as my mother and I tasted it, we finally knew we had found the one.” Get the recipe here.   AP/Richard Drew Black cardamom orange flourless chocolate cake: Who says you have to have pumpkin pie? This chocolate cake is the perfect way to end a Thanksgiving meal. Find the recipe here. AP/Matthew Mead Coconut cream pie: A creamy custard is the focus of this pie. Find the recipe here. AP/Matthew Mead Maple tart: This simple recipe is adapted from...
    So many of those yummy fall recipes for pumpkin bread, muffins, cookies, and pumpkin pie depend on that little can of pumpkin. It might sound like a silly question, but do you really know what’s in the can? Consumer Reports lifts the lid to reveal what’s in there. When the label says “pumpkin” you probably expect that’s what’s inside. But instead, it’s more likely to be a variety of squash. Even if the can says 100 percent pumpkin, it’s probably a mix of pumpkin and other golden squash, which is actually denser and sweeter. The Food and Drug Administration has allowed it to be called “pumpkin” since 1938. You probably can’t tell the difference because of the spices you add to your recipes, like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves, that give your baked goods that delicious “pumpkin spice” flavor. And enjoying pumpkin is a good thing! Whether it’s fresh or canned, pumpkin and squash are super-healthy. They’re rich in antioxidants, and one cup has as much vitamin A as you need in a day, or more. Also, don’t feel bad...
    On the hunt for the perfect pie to bring to your holiday gathering? Everyone can and should be able to indulge in a delicious slice (or let’s be honest — multiple slices) on this incredible food holiday. Though making your own sweet pies may seem daunting, it’s a fairly simple process with out-of-this-world rewards. There’s a reason your grandma’s pumpkin pie was far tastier than any store-bought one you’ve tried, it was hand-baked with love. This holiday, show your family and friends the beauty, comfort, and deliciousness of homemade vegan pies! Whether you’re a pumpkin fan, an apple lover, or a sweet potato supporter, you will find at least one sweet pie recipe in this list that you’ll feel compelled to bake. We sifted through our ever-growing Food Monster App recipe archives to make this best-of-the-best seasonal pie collection. If you are more of a traditional pie fan, you will find plenty recipes that suit your fancy. However, we implore you to try out some of the more innovative recipes as well! Pumpkin Pies 1. Pumpkin Pie With Coconut...
    There is no time of year when I enjoy baking more than in the fall. Of course, the cooler weather makes it easier to be in the kitchen with the oven cranked up, but there is something about autumn that makes me crave home-baked goodies. Maybe it’s the seasonal produce or the approach of so many food-focused holidays; whatever the reason, fall means I’ll be making warm and comforting baked treats. If you bake a lot, you know that baking is a science as well as an art. Vegan baking requires the knowledge to adapt recipes and make the appropriate substitutions for eggs, dairy and honey. Gluten-free baking requires even further adaptations, but once you know the tricks and secrets, it’s really quite easy. Take a look at 7 Tips for Gluten-Free Baking and then join me in savoring the bounty of autumn as we bake the best fall treats – no gluten required. 1. Use Seasonal Produce Most people think of summer as the time for the best produce, but autumn is the season that gives me all my favorite...
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