4 Delicious Ways to Bring the Muck to Your Thanksgiving Table

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we wanted to show our Muckers how we incorporate muck into our menu of turkey and green bean casserole. You might be thinking right about now, “Muck for dinner? We’ll pass!”, but all true Muckers know that Puck the Muck Duck is a bona fide chef and can make just about any recipe a little muckier. So, wow your family and friends with our top choices from his arsenal of mucky holiday recipes!

Puck the Muck Duck Ice Cream Sandwiches

Nothing screams MuckFest® MS quite like a plate of Puck the Muck Duck shaped desserts on the dinner table! Our absolute favorite duck dessert comes in the form of ice cream sandwiches. They are the perfect way to satisfy your post-dinner sweet tooth without creating extra mess in the kitchen thanks to being plate free. 

Recipe & Photo Credit: Chicago Pastry Chef Aaron Manuyag

Creamy Muck & Cheese

The best way to the heart is through the stomach and you can bet you’ll be feeling the love when you arrive with a big dish of ooey gooey mac & cheese! Or as Puck the Muck Duck likes to call it… Muck & Cheese! Follow this recipe to make a crowd-pleasing Thanksgiving dish that doubles as a nod to MuckFest MS!

Recipe & Photo Credit: Spend with Pennies 

Chocolate Mudslide Cake

Anyone who’s ever taken on Triple Pits knows that it’s a certified mudslide! That’s why a chocolatey mudslide cake is the perfect ode to one of our muddiest obstacles. This will be a hit for any chocolate lovers at your dinner table and they may even come back for seconds. Or like a true Triple Pits lover, thirds! 

Recipe & Photo Credit: Beyond Frosting 

Big Ball Cheese Ball

This recipe will take you just a couple minutes to complete and will surely be a hit for anyone who enjoys cheese as much as Puck does! We recommend doubling this recipe to truly serve a muck-approved Big Ball. Or even better, make nine cheese balls in honor of our swinging obstacle Big Balls! 

Recipe & Photo Credit: Yummy Healthy Easy

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