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What is the one thing Everyone happily devours Thanksgiving but doesn’t leave you too full for cake?

Each of these fun Thanksgiving riddles! Everyone brings something different to the holiday table, whether it’s food, entertainment, or a meaningful Thanksgiving prayer. “In my nuclear family, I cook everything,” says Ree Drummond, “but we usually get together with family members who bring different components of the meal.” This year, make your signature dish a celebratory brain teaser that no one’s heard before. Just as funny as classic Thanksgiving jokes, these riddles can keep your family entertained for hours.

We’ve found complex riddles for adults, as well as riddles that have Thanksgiving puns for their answers (er, call all uncles who love their dad jokes). There are also fun puzzles for kids of all ages. Ask your little ones, “Most people eat me, and that’s no surprise. I taste great in fries and also in fries. What am I?” (A Potato!) Imagine this: you’re about to prepare Thanksgiving dinner and the kids are nowhere to be seen. how could it be They’re in the other room trying to figure out one of those head scratchers!

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Thanksgiving riddles for kids

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  • I’m always on the Thanksgiving dinner table, but you can’t eat me – what am I? plates and cutlery!
  • Most people eat me, and that’s no surprise. I taste great as fries and also as fries. What am I? A potato.
  • It’s something I spy with my little eye: I’m an orange squash baked in a pie. What am I? A pumpkin.
  • When does Christmas come before Thanksgiving? In the dictionary.
  • I can be smashed, baked, carved, and you can find me anywhere on Thanksgiving. What am I? A pumpkin.
  • It has ears but cannot hear, and it has flakes but no hair. What is it? Corn.
  • What smells the best at every Thanksgiving dinner? Your nose!
  • What never eats at the Thanksgiving table but is always filled? A turkey!
  • I’m a key that has legs, but I can’t open a door. What type of key am I? A turkey!
  • What’s brown, big, and red all over? A turkey with cranberry sauce.
  • What do grateful, grateful and happy do they all have in common? They are all full!
  • Why can a turkey fly higher than an ostrich? Ostriches cannot fly.
  • What’s hard, oddly shaped, and lucky on Thanksgiving? A wishbone!
  • Why was Turkey the drummer in the school band? It always had two drumsticks!
  • When the pilgrims landed, where did they stand? on her feet.
  • Why did the turkey cross the road? To prove it wasn’t a chicken.
  • What is the name of a sad cranberry? A blueberry.
  • Which side of the turkey has the most feathers? The outside.
  • I have feathers and a beak and dress up once a year. What am I? A turkey!
  • First you discard the outside and then cook the inside. Next, eat the outside and discard the inside. What am I? corn on the cob.
  • On Thanksgiving there were ten pairs of hands in the dining room, but only eight people ate. As? There was a clock on the wall!
  • I’m extra helpful after Thanksgiving dinner, full of holes but still holding water. What am I? A sponge!

Thanksgiving riddles for adults

Thanksgiving riddle

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  • I’m very silky and only cost a few dollars a pound. What am I? Corn!
  • If the pilgrims were alive today, what would they be most famous for? Your age.
  • Rain in April brings blessings of flowers in May. What do Mayflowers bring? Pilgrim.
  • What is really easy to get in and hard to get out? Jeans for Thanksgiving.
  • Why do people get lower grades after Thanksgiving? Because after the holidays everything is always written off.
  • I’m tall and dark with a big gold buckle but if you’ve seen me today I might make you laugh. What am I? A pilgrim hat.
  • I can be hot or cold and made with fruit, vegetables or meat. But either way, at a Thanksgiving table, I’ll be a treat. What am I? A cake.
  • Two mothers and two daughters are sitting at the Thanksgiving table, but there are only three people at the table – how is that possible? They are grandma, mother and daughter.
  • Which is heavier: a ton of potatoes or a ton of turkey feathers? Neither, because both weigh a ton.
  • I am an agricultural season and also a moon. Take away three letters and I become a piece of clothing. What am I? The harvest.
  • What should never be eaten at Thanksgiving dinner? Thanksgiving lunch and breakfast!
  • I grow underground but have skin and eyes. What am I? A potato.
  • If you’re carving the turkey with an electric slicer, what kind of battery does it need when it runs out of power? No, it is electrically powered.
  • Which invention lets you see the turkey through the oven? A furnace window.
  • It’s a flower, but it won’t bloom; it sounds like a month and can float on water. What is it? The Mayflower.
  • Why would you call a turkey when the coop is locked? You are the only bird with a key!
  • There’s a day of the year when it’s good to smell poultry. What day is it? Thanksgiving!
  • What day of the year does everyone want to get a sauce? Thanksgiving!
  • I’m warm and full, but dinner hasn’t started yet. What am I? A turkey.
  • Grandma is trying to figure out some math while cooking Thanksgiving dinner. She adds five to eleven and gets 4. How could that be? It’s 11 a.m. and she has five hours until dinner has to be ready by 4 p.m
  • If it takes two people four hours to roast one turkey, how long would it take three people to roast the same turkey? None, the turkey is already cooked.
  • Pull me off a bird and I taste so much better. What am I? Filling.

Thanksgiving pun puzzle

Thanksgiving riddle

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  • What music did the pilgrims hear? Plymouth Rock!
  • What sounds does a turkey’s phone make? wing-wing!
  • At a farm meeting, the turkeys, chickens and ducks got into trouble. Why? They used bird language.
  • How do you know a turkey fight is over? As he gets the filling knocked out of him.
  • What sport do pumpkins and gourds like the most? To squeeze.
  • If apples and pears come from trees, where do turkeys come from? A Poul tree!
  • Why is Plymouth Rock bold? It’s because it was a little bold.
  • Why did the cranberry turn red? It saw the turkey dressing
  • Which Thanksgiving drink always sounds sad? Apple sigh.
  • What is Dracula’s favorite holiday (besides Halloween)? giving fangs.
  • Why didn’t the pilgrims tell secrets in the cornfields? All around were ears.
  • A cake gets into a fight with another cake. what does it say “You want a part of me?”
  • What would Shakespeare have said about Thanksgiving? “Feast or no feast?”
  • The turkey says “loop, loop, loop” and the peach says “cobbler, cobbler, cobbler.” What does a computer say? “Google Google Google.”
  • What do you call it when it rains on Thanksgiving Turkey? poultry weather.
  • What sounds does a turkey on crutches make? “Wobble, wiggle!”

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