The bird may take center stage for the first half of the meal, but these beautiful Thanksgiving pies will give a showstopping sweet ending.
Let these Thanksgiving pies dazzle on your dessert table this year. From to-die-for pumpkin cheesecake to tried-and-true apple—guests
won't be able to resist these Thanksgiving sweets.
A cross between a fudge pie and pecan pie, this is all the more stunning if you arrange the pecans from the center in a spiral pattern.
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.
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.
This decadent pie pairs perfectly with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
With a moist, crumbly crust and a decadent, creamy filling, it's hard to say no to seconds of this pie.
Savor the flavors of cranberries and apples as they come together with a holiday favorite—pecan shortbread—in this stunning
This cake is the perfect ending to a meal—from the deep red cranberry topping to the velvety smooth comforting bites.
Dark, rich, and intensely chocolaty, this is one of our favorite new twists on pecan pie. Serve with a dollop of sweetened
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.
The nutty topping on this pecan cheesecake pie adds a nice crunch to the characteristic creaminess of this popular dessert.
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.
Making an apple pie has never been so easy. Simply toss apples, cinnamon, and brown sugar, and spoon over a refrigerated pie
crust in the cast-iron skillet. Top with the other crust and bake.
No holiday meal is complete without pumpkin pie. Crushed gingersnaps are pressed into the crust, adding even more flavor and
depth to this classic fall dessert.
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.