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Thanksgiving Desserts in Madison

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Cookies or pie? Miggy’s offers the best of both worlds.

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Whether you stick to the classics or are looking for something new, Madison is full of sweet spots that are sure to impress everyone at the Thanksgiving table.

🥧 Keepin’ it classic

Hubbard Avenue Diner | Cakes, cookies, pies, oh my. Pro tip: Make holiday breakfast effortless with their take + bake cinnamon rolls.
Bloom Bake Shop | Act fast, this 608 favorite closes Thanksgiving orders today. Psst, show your vegan friends you’re thankful for them with one of their vegan treats.
Pasture + Plenty | All of your Thanksgiving favorites, made from locally sourced ingredients.

🍪 Think outside the pie

Miggy’s Bakes | Take it from the experts, the pecan pie cookie cups are a Miggy’s staff favorite.
Le C’s Patisserie + Tea House | The Earl Grey caramel cake is perfect for those of us who don’t care for pumpkin but still want those cozy fall flavors.
Lane’s Bakery | Give dessert a Wisconsin twist with a pecan fudge Kringle.

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