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Monday, November 25, 2013

The Thanksgiving Feast and Festivities Link-Up

So, I had this idea for a link-up party, and I hope you all will enjoy it and participate.  I am going to be sharing some recipes from the archives here and sharing at least one Thanksgiving/Thankfulness-themed post over on Fibro, Fit and Fab! as time allows from now until Saturday.  It is my hope that you will link-up some of your favorite Thanksgiving recipes, posts about thankfulness or family, Thanksgiving/Autumn crafts, etc.  It is my hope that these posts can inspire you in your Thanksgiving meal endeavors and maybe just with some ideas for next year or maybe some ideas with how to spread thankfulness year round.  At any rate, you can link-up as many posts as you like, and I will be sharing my favorites the first week in December, so the more posts you submit, the more likely you are to be featured!  I hope you will join in the fun! :)

What I want to share with you today is two of my favorite allergy-friendly recipes for Thanksgiving from the archives.


First is a recipe for 

These smoothies taste exactly like pumpkin pie sans the crust, and are a great alternative when you need something that is festive and fun that fits a wide-variety of allergy needs.


The second recipe I want to share is

My favorite side dish at Thanksgiving is Green Bean Casserole, so I was so thrilled to find a recipe that I could use that was allergy-friendly!  It is so very good and easy, too!


I hope to share more recipes from the archives with you as time permits, and hope that you will take the time to go over to Fibro, Fit and Fab! and check out what I've shared there as well as click on some of the posts linked up below.  I also hope that you will link-up some posts, too, and help spread the word! The more the merrier! :)

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  1. Can't wait to see what you get...I need some Thanksgiving inspiration for sure! :)-Ashley

    1. Me, too, Ashley! Feel free to share, too! You gals have some great posts on family and such that would make a great addition!


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