Ah yes, Thanksgiving. A glorious holiday dedicated to shoving your face with as much turkey, casserole, and dessert as humanly possible. Shout out to the pilgrims and their first harvest in the New World, the modern world isn’t letting y’all down.
If you haven’t started your own Friendsgiving tradition in college, you may want to get a new friend group. There’s nothing better to fill your heart with than a night of food, booze, and your closest pals. If you’ve been assigned dessert duty for the party, then consider these three indulgent options: From an easy slow cooker recipe to an intricate cheesecake for those who are trying to show off their baking skills.
Slow-Cooker Mixed Berry Cobbler
~ Skill Level: Beginner ~
(for 8 servings)
Apple Pie Bread Pudding
~ Skill Level: Intermediate ~
(for 4 servings)
Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Cheesecake
~Skill Level: Experienced ~
(for 6 slices)
Chocolate Biscuit Base
Recipes courtesy of the creators of everyone’s favorite DIY food videos, Tasty. You can find the videos for each recipe on their website.
Araya is a senior (sigh) multimedia journalism major and the Reflector’s Online Engagement Editor. Her post-graduation dreams include hitting the west coast for a little while and working as a record label representative (maybe.. that’s one of like, five options). As she tries to cope with the fact that she’s graduating on time, you can find her spending her days in Sanford hall and her nights at Dingus. She tends to spend too much money on music festivals, drink too much coffee, and wait too long to do assignments. Follow her sarcastic life on Twitter or Instagram @rayajacqjack.