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Pumpkin cheesecake, bourbon pecan pie, dark chocolate bread pudding — finish your Thanksgiving feast with one of these show-stopping desserts.
With a tender pecan crust, pumpkin pie filling, and crunchy streusel, this torte is an easy and elegant alternative to pumpkin pie.
This classic Southern sweet potato pie is flavored with brown sugar and autumn spices.
This old-fashioned apple crumble is composed of warm apples, scarlet cranberries, and a crunchy oat streusel topping. Don’t forget the vanilla ice cream!
This warm, comforting cake is easy to make and loved by kids and adults alike.
Topped with swirls of cream cheese icing, this pumpkin cake is the perfect fall treat for potlucks, bake sales, and holiday parties.
When topped with vanilla ice cream, this warm chocolate bread pudding tastes like a grown-up brownie sundae.
Made with brown butter and bourbon, this pecan pie has a richer, more complex flavor than the typical pecan pie.
This pumpkin cheesecake is the ultimate sweet ending to your Thanksgiving feast — and no one will miss the pumpkin pie.
For such a seemingly simple dessert, pumpkin pie can be tricky to make. This recipe promises a tender, flaky crust and gently spiced pumpkin filling that won’t crack as it cools.
This is my version of the famous Duncan Hines rum cake that my grandmother was known near and far for.
With a crisp, flaky crust and thick, cider-flavored apple filling, this is my idea of the perfect apple pie.
Apple strudel, a flaky phyllo pastry filled with brandy-soaked raisins, apples, and walnuts, is a delicious way to finish off a festive fall dinner.
This old-fashioned vanilla butter cake drenched in syrup is the 1963 winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.
With this recipe, a creamy, gorgeous, crack-free New York-style cheesecake is totally doable, even for beginners!
With chunks of sweet apples nestled in a tender and buttery rum cake, this French apple cake is the essence of simplicity.