All Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

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  • Pumpkin Pie
    1 hr
    This is absolutely the BEST homemade pumpkin pie recipe! Make it with canned or fresh pumpkin puree and up to several days ahead. Also freezes well! Thanksgiving pie never looked so good or so easy.
  • How to make Apple Pie
    2 hrs, 10 min
    This is absolutely the best homemade apple pie you'll ever make! It has a flaky, buttery crust and a tender, lightly-spiced apple pie filling. Use a combination of apples for best flavor, and bake until the top is golden and the filling is bubbly!
  • Overhead view of the best chess pie with a slice removed. The slice is on a blue plate with forks and a pie server to the right.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Serve up this Southern classic chess pie to friends and family alike! It’s made with basic pantry ingredients, keeps well, and you can freeze it. The secret ingredient is a little cornmeal mixed into the custard.
  • Overhead view of a homemade coconut cream pie with a slice removed and set on a plate to the right.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Toasted coconut and creamy custard in a perfectly flaky pie crust topped with pillowy whipped cream: this is all you need to make any day feel like a day at the beach. This toasted coconut cream pie will become a family favorite in no time!
  • Overhead view of the best apple pie bars cut into rectangles and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
    1 hr, 50 min
    These apple pie bars have all the sweet cinnamon flavors of an apple pie in hand-held form! They’re easy to make, easy to share, and easy to transform into caramel apple pie bars should you want to make them extra special. If you need to plan ahead these bars are even freezer friendly! Let the fall baking commence!
  • Easy fudge recipe cut into squares and stacked.
    4 hrs, 20 min
    This fudge recipe is adapted from the original Kraft back-of-the-can recipe—but with extra chocolate. It's easy to make with marshmallow fluff, chocolate, evaporated milk, and walnuts. It makes a huge batch so you can share with friends!
  • moist Pumpkin Bread makes the best pumpkin bread
    1 hr
    Pumpkin bread tastes so quintessentially of the fall, with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and molasses. Plus an optional orange glaze! Use canned or homemade pumpkin purée.
  • No Bake Cheesecake made with easy no bake cheesecake filling and graham cracker crust
    1 hr, 30 min
    This No Bake Cheesecake is so light and creamy! Top with strawberries, chocolate, or simple whipped cream. Perfect for any dinner party or holiday gathering.
  • Cranberry Upside Down Cake
    1 hr, 30 min
    Cranberry upside down cake with caramel cranberry topping and orange zest speckled sour cream cake.
  • Indian Pudding
    2 hrs, 35 min
    Traditional American Indian Pudding, a baked custard pudding made with cornmeal, milk, eggs, and sweetened with molasses. Perfect for Thanksgiving!
  • Caramel Nut Tart
    Do you love nuts? This caramel nut tart recipe combines walnuts, pecans, and almonds, in a caramel filling, served in a buttery crust.
  • Cheesecake in the Pressure Cooker
    55 min
    Making cheesecake in the pressure cooker is THE BEST method. The steady heat and steamy environment makes every bite creamy and silky-smooth. No cracks!
  • Close up of baked pecan pie filling.
    1 hr, 30 min
    With a homemade crust and a sweet pecan filling, this is THE pecan pie for your Thanksgiving table! Make it a day or two ahead, or freeze it for even longer.
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake
    Tall and creamy Pumpkin Cheesecake! With a bourbon splashed pumpkin cream cheese filling and a pecan graham cracker crust.
  • Applesauce cake, frosted and with a piece removed.
    1 hr
    Welcome fall with this easy applesauce cake! It's rich, moist, and fragrant with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. Top with cream cheese frosting or leave plain.
  • Walnut Maple Pie
    50 min
    Walnut Pie! Similar to pecan pie, with fresh chopped walnuts, in a custardy base, sweetened with maple syrup.
  • Easy Pecan Pie Bars
    1 hr, 35 min
    Pecan Pie Bars are easy to make for the holidays, easy to transport, and even easier to eat. They're just like pecan pie, but no need for the knife and fork!
  • A whole chocolate pie topped with shaved chocolate.
    5 hrs, 13 min
    Chocolate, pudding, and pie—the best of all possible worlds! Make the pie filling in the microwave and pour into a pre-baked crust. This make-ahead chocolate pie sets up in a few hours in the fridge, just in time for dessert.

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