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No Thanksgiving feast is complete without an impressive dessert spread. From pumpkin cheesecake to apple pie, these are the best Thanksgiving desserts and worth saving room for.
With a buttery graham cracker crust, a creamy, pumpkin spiced filling and a buttery, nutty caramel sauce to top it off, this pumpkin cheesecake is a wonderful sweet ending to your Thanksgiving dinner.
Moist, and flavorful with ribbons of rich chocolate and aromatic vanilla, this is the best marble cake you’ll ever try.
This apple pie has a tender, flaky crust that tops a filling of cider-flavored apples. It’s a bit of a project, but the results will have you making it every Thanksgiving.
Less time-consuming than an apple pie, but no less wonderful, this French apple tart is the perfect fall dessert.
Creamy texture, no cracks, and just the right amount of spice to pull it together, this pumpkin pie will become a family favorite.
If you’re making these pecan squares with their tender crust and decadent caramel-pecan filling ahead of time, you may need to hide them from the family or they could disappear!
Calling all chocolate lovers — with a cookie crust, decadent chocolatey filling, and sweetened whipped cream on top, this truly is a chocolate lover’s dream.
An easy and elegant alternative to pumpkin pie, this torte has a pecan crust, pumpkin pie filling and crunchy streusel topping.
With this recipe, a creamy, gorgeous, crack-free New York-style cheesecake is totally doable, even for beginners!
Topped with swirls of cream cheese icing, this pumpkin cake is easy to make and 100% kid-approved.
Made with brown butter and bourbon, this pecan pie has a richer, more complex flavor than the typical pecan pie.
Apples bubbling in their own juices, topped with a crunchy oat-pecan streusel — this apple crisp is the ultimate fall dessert.
With chunks of apples nestled in a tender rum cake, this French apple cake is the essence of simplicity (but no less delicious for it!).
This incredibly tender old-fashioned vanilla butter cake drenched in syrup is the 1963 winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.
Filled with coconut custard and covered in whipped cream and heaps of toasted coconut, this coconut cream pie is downright dreamy.
Fluffy and flavored with brown sugar and autumn spices — this is a wonderful Southern sweet potato pie.
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!
Dense and creamy with a hint of lemon and a crisp graham cracker crust, these cheesecake bars are an easy alternative to NY cheesecake.
Think of this chocolate peanut butter tart as a decadent, grown-up version of a Reese’s Peanut Butter cup.