Thanksgiving dessert recipes have to achieve a fine line between being traditional (think: pumpkin pie) and being something that will knock your guests' socks off. You want them to be easy to prepare (bonus points if the recipe can be made in advance). But you want to make something a little special, too. If at the end of Thanksgiving dinner, everyone asks you for the recipes for those fabulous desserts, you will know you have hit the mark. Enjoy!
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This pecan pie is sweet and crunchy and so simple to make. For a deeper flavor, toast the pecans lightly before folding them into the pie. You won't believe how easy this recipe is.
How do you make pecan pie more special? By adding chocolate, of course! This chocolate pecan pie is similar to the popular Kentucky chocolate chip pie. Sweet, nutty and full of chocolatey goodness, this pie is a dessert that will have them talking for weeks!
Pumpkin cheesecake is fast becoming one of the most popular desserts for Thanksgiving. But this recipe is special. I use a super simple unique technique for baking the cheesecake that ensures it comes out perfectly smooth and creamy.
Your family can enjoy two classic Thanksgiving favorites in one delicious pie with this easy pumpkin pecan pie. The sweet nutty topping of this pie pairs beautifully with the pumpkin custard filling.
If the guests at your Thanksgiving dinner are anything like me, they won't think it's dessert unless it's chocolate. And for them, this cake is the only way to go. Easy to make, rich and tender, this chocolate cake is a slam dunk winner.
This super simple, no cook recipe (you don't need an ice cream maker) has all the traditional flavors of sweet potato pie in an icy cool treat that will surprise and delight your guests.