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15 Edible Thanksgiving Centerpieces That'll Impress Your Guests

Whether you're looking to spruce up a Thanksgiving table or to make a small gathering more exciting, check out these deliciously dazzling displays.

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Dessert at the Ready

A feast for the eyes and the tastebuds, this stacked presentation of sweets features both healthy and not-so-healthy choices and keeps a bite-sized sweet treat within easy reach of your Thanksgiving guests — so there's no need to leave the table at the end of the meal.

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Fresh + Zesty

Pumpkins aren't the only orange decorations for fall. Mandarin oranges can be another seasonal addition to your fall festivities. Hit your local market to pick up a bag of these juicy gems to turn an easy snack for kids into a DIY family craft project. Learn how the bloggers at A Beautiful Mess created this sweet, easy-to-assemble centerpiece.

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Photo: Clara MacLellan; Styling by H. Camille Smith. From: H. Camille Smith.

Cornucopia: The Symbol of Fall's Abundance

In just a few steps, you can make an edible centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table using refrigerated bread dough, aluminum foil and a single egg. Fill with sweet and savory nibbles for an impressive centerpiece that’ll keep your guests happily munching while they wait for dinner to begin.

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Edible + Easy

Place white pattypan squash, bright green apples, artichokes and acorn squash in a vintage dough bowl or shallow basket for a rustic presentation of fall's harvest. Fill in gaps with pine cones and colorful backyard clippings, like goldenrod or coleus.

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