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11 Thanksgiving Treats That Require 5 Ingredients or Less

SheKnows Logo By Justina Huddleston of SheKnows | Slide 1 of 12: From the turkey to the stuffing, sweet potato casserole to gravy, there's a lot you have to keep track of when Thanksgiving dinner rolls around. And while we usually serve pie as the finale of our meal, we also like to fill the table with other treats (and you need something sweet to nosh on in the days leading up to your feast, too!).But we don't have a ton of time to spare when it comes to Thanksgiving baking. That's why these treats, all of which take five or fewer ingredients to create, are such a lifesaver. You can spend your time preparing the house for guests, taking last-minute trips to the grocery store and getting the kitchen ready for the turkey, and you'll still have time to whip up a few of these simple sweets to keep you and your guests satisfied. In fact, some of them are so tasty, we wouldn't be surprised if you keep making them long after Thanksgiving is over.This post is sponsored by Hershey's.

5-ingredient Thanksgiving desserts

From the turkey to the stuffing, sweet potato casserole to gravy, there's a lot you have to keep track of when Thanksgiving dinner rolls around. And while we usually serve pie as the finale of our meal, we also like to fill the table with other treats (and you need something sweet to nosh on in the days leading up to your feast, too!).

But we don't have a ton of time to spare when it comes to Thanksgiving baking. That's why these treats, all of which take five or fewer ingredients to create, are such a lifesaver. You can spend your time preparing the house for guests, taking last-minute trips to the grocery store and getting the kitchen ready for the turkey, and you'll still have time to whip up a few of these simple sweets to keep you and your guests satisfied. In fact, some of them are so tasty, we wouldn't be surprised if you keep making them long after Thanksgiving is over.

This post is sponsored by Hershey's.

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