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Turkey and Red Pepper Panini

Delicious Turkey and Red Pepper Paninis take leftover turkey to a whole new level.
To make this flavorful panini you will need the following ingredients:

Sliced French or Italian bread turkey cooked spinach (be sure to remove excess moisture) jarred red peppers smoked gouda cheese


Layer all ingredients on your bread and top with the cheese. Place in panini press and grill.
Serve with assorted olives. Enjoy
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Easy to make Cranberry Molds & Giveaway #ThanksgivingTips

Have you ever seen those photos in magazines of beautiful cranberry molds and wondered how they do it?

Well, believe it or not, it is much simpler than you think and I am gonna show you how to do it.

First pick out which type of mold you want to use.  I am using the Sweet Creations Mini Loaf Pan from Goodcook.com, and I will be giving one away to one of my blog readers.  I made 3 mini molds that I will be placing in different areas on my table.  I like this non stick pan because of its generous size and my molds slide out easily.

You will need:

2 cans jellied cranberry sauce
2 envelopes of plain gelatin (I use Knox)
1/2 cup of cold water
2/3 cups chopped walnuts
2/3 cups diced yellow apple (or any variety)
1/2 cup chopped celery  (optional)

Step 1

Spray your mold with a non stick cooking spray.

Place jellied cranberry in a bowl and crush it up with a fork.  Transfer crushed cranberry into your mold.
Sprinkle apples, walnuts and celery on top.  Blend all ingredients together gently. (…

Delicious Pumpkin Bars for your Thanksgiving guests.

I love pumpkin pie but I wanted to make a recipe that is a bit different this year.

 I got this delicious recipe from my sister and it is so simple to make.  This is a great treat for your Thanksgiving guests and their children.




Pumpkin bars
1-1/2 cups sugar 1 sm. can of pumpkin 1 cup of oil 4 eggs 2 cups flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda 1tsp cinnamon 1 tsp McCormick pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp baking soda




Frosting: 
1 3 oz. pkg cream cheese 1 stick of butter or margarine 1 tsp vanilla 2 c. powdered sugar, sifted
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Beat all wet ingredients together until fluffy.  Slowly add flour and other dry ingredients until blended. Pour into a greased brownie or baking pan.  Bake 30 minutes.  Cool and serve.






I used the Good Cook brownie pan. It cooks evenly and it's non stick surface makes cleanup a breeze.

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You can frost the pumpkin bars if you would like.  I prefer mine without it.



If you like to make your own pumpkin dishes or…