Thanksgiving is full of tradition, family time, and delectable food. This Apple & Sweet Potato Mash Topper Recipe is a perfect appetizer!
My entire family looks forward to Thanksgiving. It is a huge holiday for us. We all look forward to Thanksgiving so much because it is full of tradition, family time, and delectable food. This year I thought I would add a new appetizer to the table, Apple & Sweet Potato Mash Topper.
I found this recipe on NABISCO Party Planner along with a bunch of other new recipes I am going to try. I chose these because they are simple, yet fancy. The flavors scream Fall and they look amazing on my Thanksgiving table. You can save on NABISCO products when you buy them at Publix . Be sure to print the money saving coupon at NABISCO Party Planner.
Apple & Sweet Potato Mash Topper
- 24 Triscuit Crackers
- 1/2 cup(s) cooled mashed sweet potatoes
- 1 apple, diced
- 24 glazed pecan halves, method in instructions
- 1/4 cup(s) sugar
- Spread crackers with sweet potatoes.
- Top with apple dices.
- Garnish with Nuts.
- Tip: How to Make Glazed Pecans: Cook 1/4 cup of sugar and 2 tablespoons of water in skillet on low heat until sugar is dissolved, stir frequently. Add 1 cup of nuts, stir until evenly coated 2‑3 minutes or until nuts are lightly toasted. Spread on parchment paper and cool completely.
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I decorated my table with a Fall country theme. It was very simple and affordable. I found many of my items at the dollar store! I used Mason Jars for my glasses this year. This really adds to the country charm. I used a plain white table cloth and a burlap runner. I found some matching brown placemats at the dollar store that worked perfectly. I used my own white plates and spiced it up with some fall green bowls I found to really make the table pop. I found some matching green paper napkins. I try to keep it simple when I can. I created these classic centerpieces by using a glass vase and filling it with popcorn. I added one of these flameless votives for light and tied a piece of raffia around it. They turned out beautifully. Finally I added some color to the table with this wire basket lined with a cloth napkin. It is going to serve double duty. Before dinner it holds these fake sunflowers as a centerpiece. During dinner the basket can hold rolls or even extra silverware. I also added some fake fall leaves. All of these items were picked up at that dollar store for only a couple dollars. You don’t have to spend a lot to have your table looking festive. I hope these tips and this Apple & Sweet Potato Mash Topper Recipe helps you have a spectacular Thanksgiving!