Finish off your Thanksgiving feast with these delicious pies, cakes, and tarts.
Create this rich gooey caramel pecan pie for your family and friends. It is a perfect special occasion pie.
This gorgeous pie will win first prize on any dessert buffet. Make it for Thanksgiving with the family or a special night
in. The pie crust garnishes add a decorative flair.
Don't skip the apple jelly in this to-die-for pie recipe—it makes the baked pie juices extra rich. It also decreases the cloudiness
that sometimes occurs with a flour-thickened apple pie filling.
This apple-and-berry-packed pie is extra-tasty because of the white-Cheddar cheese crust that provides a sigh-worthy companion
for the sweet fruit filling.
This bread pudding is from New Orleans chef Leah Chase, the queen of Creole cuisine. And yes, it does call for 5 tablespoons
of vanilla extract!
One quick flip and this cake tumbles from the skillet perfectly golden and party ready.
A fresh ginger-and-citrus syrup adds the finishing touch to these pastry-wrapped pear dumplings.
Wow guests with a sky-high marshmallow meringue on this sweet potato pie. Be sure to lightly pack the mashed sweet potatoes
in your measuring cup for a fluffy filling.
Surprisingly easy to make, this pecan and caramel dessert recipe pairs the cookie-like crispness of shortbread with a buttery-rich
brown sugar-and-honey topping.
Garnish this rich cheesecake with berries and currants for a party-perfect presentation. The cake can be baked and frozen
up to a month ahead.
Truly our best-ever carrot cake recipe, make this classic favorite for a crowd and you might not have any leftovers to bring
Keep this family favorite around for the holiday season. Mashed sweet potatoes give the cupcakes extra moistness, while a
myriad of spices including cinnamon and nutmeg, spice up the traditionally sweet dessert. A simple Cream Cheese Frosting and a sprinkle of chopped pecans is all that's needed on top.
This decadent cake is deliciously rich as well as moist. For a colorful presentation, garnish with kumquats, currants, and
fresh mint sprigs.
This recipe is a great way to use the delicious, seasonal flavor of pumpkin. If you're short on time (or dishes) you can make
this in a 13- x 9-inch baking dish.
The nutty topping on this pecan cheesecake pie adds a nice crunch to the characteristic creaminess of this popular dessert.
This classic English layered pudding dessert goes Southern with banana pudding and bourbon-soaked vanilla wafers.
These mini pecan pies are perfect for holiday get-togethers. They're a guaranteed crowd-pleaser and surprisingly easy to prepare!
Delicious pumpkin flavor and pumpkin pie spices make this treat a yummy way to celebrate the season. With only 30 minutes
of hands-on time, it's doable for a special dinner party or just a fun treat.
Everyone loves apple pie, especially fresh from the oven on a chilly fall day. You can make this easy applesauce filling up
to a week ahead and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
If you like the taste of pecan pie, you'll love this easy alternative. Serve the squares with vanilla ice cream for an over-the-top
Round out your meal with a slice of decadent mocha-pecan mud pie. This dessert is so rich, your guests will never know it
Top with whipped cream and this sweet potato pie is sure to be a hit.
Impress your guests with a spiced pumpkin cake roll that's filled with sweet cream cheese. Rolling up the cake is easy with
these step-by-step instructions, plus, you can make it ahead and refrigerate it until you're ready to serve.
We lowered the fat and calories by substituting applesauce for some of the oil, using less butter and sugar, fewer eggs, and
substituting light for regular cream cheese.
It tastes as good as its fun presentation. Pecans, apples and brown sugar shine in this upside-down pie.
The simple addition of fresh chopped rosemary makes this an impressive pie crust that compliments the flavors of the spiced
citrusy sweet potatoes in the filling. If you don’t want to make a homemade crust, you can follow the directions for adding
fresh rosemary to a refrigerated crust.
These puff much like soufflés, so present to guests right out of the oven. Encourage them to hold off enjoying the desserts
for five minutes while they cool slightly. Finish it all off with delicious Peanut Butter Streusel Topping and Dark Caramel Sauce.
Make a simple, rustic apple tart with Granny Smith apples plus a few other ingredients you probably already have on hand:
flour, butter, and salt.
For a different twist on the General's favorite cake, try this moist and lemony Bundt recipe. It has its origins in an 1879
cookbook titled Housekeeping in Old Virginia.
This mini Bundt cake recipe features pureed sweet potatoes, raisins, rum, and toasted pecans along with cinnamon and nutmeg
and is a perfect pick-up treat for a holiday dessert party.
This cake is the perfect ending to a meal—from the deep red cranberry topping to the velvety smooth comforting bites.
The topping on this bundt—a maple glaze with sugared pecans and pumpkin seeds—will make your guests ooh and ahh.
With a moist, crumbly crust and a decadent, creamy filling, it's hard to say no to seconds of this pie.
Transform the Southern holiday staple into one of these beautiful bite-sized indulgences.
This decadent pie pairs perfectly with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The best way to enjoy this blackberry and caramel confection is with friends—it makes 12 satisfying servings.
Savor the flavors of cranberries and apples as they come together with a holiday favorite—pecan shortbread—in this stunning
Once you’ve made a pecan pie in a cast-iron skillet, you may never go back to a pie plate. Simply press a refrigerated pie
crust into the skillet, sprinkle with sugar, top with the pecan mixture, and bake. Serving it in the skillet is also easy
and makes the dish even more Southern.
Begin with a toasted pecan crust, layer with cream cheese and a classic pumpkin filling, and then gild the lily with a creamy
Muffin pans make the perfect baking vessels for these little fig cakes. Gussy them up by spooning a dollop or piping a silver
dollar of hard sauce on top, and then garnish them with halved fresh figs, fresh herbs, or even pecan halves.
Substituting goat cheese for the standard cream cheese gives this frosting an extra-tangy kick.
We love the layered look of this ever-so-sweet streusel-topped treat.
This pie comes together in a flash with deliciously sweet fall flavor that you (and your guests) won't be able to get enough
Make and refrigerate without the topping a day ahead. Whip and add the topping before serving.
Baked in a jelly-roll pan, this rectangular pie feeds a crowd.
Cheddar cheese gives this crust a unique, out-of-this-world flakiness.