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Our All-Time Best Thanksgiving Pies from Our Site

Our All-Time Best Thanksgiving Pies from Our Site

Let’s be real. We might make a big deal about the amazing golden hue of this year’s roast turkey and go back for seconds of Grandma Dola’s famous green bean casserole, but most of us are really just waiting a polite and acceptable period of time until we can hit the dessert table.

We’re just here for the pie, thanks.

There’s a lot riding on these Thanksgiving pies. Do you stick to tradition, or branch out into something new? Will your brother be upset if you don’t make “his” pumpkin pie this year? How many pies do you really need? (Trick question: you need all of them.)

Here’s my advice — give yourself a break when it comes to Thanksgiving dessert. Make one or two traditional pies, but then make some room for something new on the table. Who knows — your picky brother might just discover a new favorite!

Table of Contents

  • Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Pies
  • Apple Pies
  • Pecan Pie and Other Nut-Filled Pies
  • Wild Card Thanksgiving Pies
  • Favorite Pie Crusts (and How to Make Them)

Pumpkin Pie and Sweet Potato Pies

Is pumpkin pie your favorite? What is it about slicing into a creamy, spice-filled wedge that is just so very good? Let's not question these things — best to just have another slice. A few notes:

  • Pumpkin pie is best made ahead of time so it has plenty of time to cool and set before serving. You can serve it the same day it's made, but just be sure to allow time to cool.
  • Store it in the fridge, where it will keep for 3 to 4 days.
  • You can also freeze pumpkin pie: wrap the baked and cooled pie very well in plastic wrap and freeze for up to a month. Thaw in the fridge overnight before serving.
  • Pumpkin pie is best served room temperature. If you take it out of the fridge when you sit down to eat, it will be perfect by dessert time.
  • Want to make your own pumpkin puree? You can! The instructions are included in our recipe for Old Fashioned Pumpkin Pie.

Want even more ideas? Check out these favorites from our friends! Salted Honey Sweet Potato Pie from Aaron Hutcherson at The Hungry Hutch, Mini Pumpkin Tarts from Erin Alderson at Naturally Ella, and Pumpkin Pie with Maple Whipped Cream from Sally Vargas.

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.

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Holiday sweet potato pie with a pecan topping. Dense and sweet filling with sweet potatoes, sweetened condensed milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, vanilla, and bourbon. Topped with candied pecan topping. Delicious!

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Pumpkin pie lovers, take note! This Pumpkin Chiffon Pie has a gingersnap crust and a light, pudding-like filling. It's a fun and elegant riff on the classic pie, and sure to become a favorite.

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Tall and creamy Pumpkin Cheesecake! With a bourbon splashed pumpkin cream cheese filling and a pecan graham cracker crust.

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Apple Pies

There's no wrong way to make an apple pie: chunky pieces, thin slices, sweet apples, tart apples — they're all winners. A few notes:

  • The best apples for apple pie is really a mix! Choose a blend of sweet and tart apples and different varieties. This will give you a good balance of flavors and textures in your finished pie.
  • Apple pies can be served room temperature or warm.
  • Store apple pies loosely covered with plastic wrap or foil at room temperature; no need to refrigerate.
  • Apple pies freeze well! Wrap the baked and cooled pie very well with plastic wrap and then freeze for up to three months. Thaw overnight in the fridge and then warm it up in the oven.

Want even more ideas? Check out these favorites from our friends! Chai-Spiced Caramel Apple Pie from Cindy Rahe at Hungry Girl Por Vida, Apple Cider Cream Pie from Megan Gordon at A Sweet Spoonful, Streusel Apple Pie from Katie Workman at The Mom 100, and Gluten-Free Apple Pie with Coconut Sugar from Lisa Lin at Healthy Nibbles.

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!

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Deep Dish Apple Pie! This extra thick, mile-high apple pie has a buttery crust double stacked with apples.

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Apple Slab Pie! The perfect dessert for a crowd, plus more flaky crust in every bite. Use a mix of apples for best flavor. Great for apple-picking parties, Thanksgiving, or holiday gatherings.

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Absolutely delicious sour cream apple pie with a brown sugar, flour, and butter streusel topping.

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Paleo and gluten-free apple tart. So stunning on a Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday table. Easy food-processor pie crust.

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This apple cranberry pie is one of our favorite pies to make for Thanksgiving or the holidays! Flaky buttery crust, spiced apples mixed with dried cranberries and brandy.

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Pecan Pie and Other Nut-Filled Pies

If a slice of nut-filled pecan pie is the only thing you crave on Thanksgiving, then you've come to the right spot. A few notes:

  • Pecan pie is best made a day or two ahead so it has time to fully cool and set before serving. (If it's still warm, the filling will ooze.)
  • Cover the cooled pie with plastic wrap or foil and store in the fridge for 2 to 3 days before serving.
  • Pecan pie is best served room temperature or slightly chilled (so it's easier to slice and serve). If you take it out of the fridge when you sit down to eat, it will be perfect by dessert time.
  • If you like warm pecan pie, we recommend warming individual slices in the microwave rather than the whole pie.
  • Yes, pecan pie can be frozen! Wrap the baked and cooled pie very well in plastic wrap and freeze for up to a month. Thaw in the fridge overnight before serving.

Want even more ideas? Check out these favorites from our friends! Maple Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie from Sense and Edibility, Nutella Pecan Pie Bars from Megan Keno at Country Cleaver, Mexican Chocolate Pecan Pie from Irvin Lin at Eat the Love.

With a homemade crust, sweet pecan filling and a touch of molasses, this is THE pecan pie for your Thanksgiving table! Make it a day or two ahead, or freeze it for even longer.

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Do you love nuts? This caramel nut tart recipe combines walnuts, pecans, and almonds, in a caramel filling, served in a buttery crust.

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Walnut Pie! Similar to pecan pie, with fresh chopped walnuts, in a custardy base, sweetened with maple syrup.

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Upgrade your pecan pie this Thanksgiving! This chocolate pecan tart is like a cross between a nut-filled brownie and chocolate fudge.

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Wild Card Thanksgiving Pies

Feel like throwing something new into the mix? These pies may not be in the Holy Trinity of Thanksgiving Pies, but they're still festive and fun to serve on Thanksgiving! A few notes:

  • Cream pies will need at least a few hours to set, and are even better made the day before.
  • If your pie is topped with whipped cream, wait to do that until just before serving since the whipped cream tends to deflate if it sits or is refrigerated.

Want even more ideas? Check out these favorites from our friends! Thanksgiving Tri-Pie (Apple, Pecan, and Pumpkin Pie!) from Nick Evans at Macheesmo, Gluten-Free and Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie from Sabrina Modelle at The Tomato Tart, and Bittersweet Chocolate Pudding Pie with Dark Rum from Elizabeth Stark of Brooklyn Supper.

Peanut butter lovers, this one's for you! It's the most decadent and indulgent peanut butter pie EVER, made with extra peanut butter in the filling, peanut butter cups on top, and a drizzle of melted peanut butter and chocolate. We warned you!

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Coconut Banana Cream Pie! Two great pies, combined in one. Graham cracker crust, creamy coconut custard, ripe bananas, and whipped cream topping.

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Chocolate, pudding, and pie—the best of all possible worlds! This easy, make-ahead pudding pie sets up in a few hours in the fridge, just in time for dessert.

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This is the BEST lemon meringue pie! The tart and creamy lemon custard filling is topped with mile-high billowy meringue. Make this when you want something impressive.

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This Key Lime Pie is an American classic. Ours is made with lime juice and sweetened condensed milk in a graham cracker crust and topped with whipped cream. Use key limes if you have them, otherwise substitute regular limes.

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Favorite Pie Crusts (and How to Make Them)

And last but not least, here's everything you need to know about making your own pie crust for Thanksgiving — or not! If you're not in the mood to make your own, check out our guide to the best store-bought pie crusts. A few notes about pie crusts:

  • The pie crust dough can be made ahead and kept in the fridge 3 to 4 days before you plan to bake.
  • You can also make and freeze most pie crusts up to three months ahead of time. Freeze either the disks of dough, or freeze the rolled-out dough in the pie pan. If freezing disks of dough, let them thaw overnight before rolling it out.
  • If you're blind baking, try using sugar instead of pie weights! It's a little surprising, but it works! The method is outlined in How to Blind Bake a Pie Crust.

Several pie crust recipes—an all butter pie crust, or pate brisee, an all butter crust with almonds, combining butter and shortening crust, and how to pre-bake or blind-bake a pie crust.

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Easiest, flakiest homemade pie crust EVER! No machine required. This buttery pie and pastry crust is our favorite, anyone can make!

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Putting together a graham cracker crust is not hard at all—and it comes together quickly. Use this recipe to make cream pies, key lime pie, cheesecake, or any other pie that could use a graham cracker crust!

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Does your pie recipe call for pre-baking or blind baking the crust? Here's a guide with tips for blind baking success!

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A how-to guide on making a lattice top for your homemade pies. Step-by-step instructions with photographs.

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Wonder which frozen or pre-made, store-bought pie crust you should buy? Here's our ultimate Our Site guide to the best and the worst of the bunch.


70+ Best Thanksgiving Pie Recipes to Finish the Feast Right

If you don't have pie, did you even have Thanksgiving?

When it comes to planning the Thanksgiving menu, there's only one way to end the feast, and that's with a nice, hefty, slice of pie (or three). After you&rsquove devoured the roast turkey recipe, and helped yourself to all the Thanksgiving side dishes (like your famous mashed potato recipe, green bean casserole recipe, and sweet potato recipe), nothing other than pie will do.

Yes, fine, there are many other delicious Thanksgiving dessert options available, like trifle, bundt cake, ice cream, and cookies. But those are secondary, for if you (somehow) have room. Nothing could replace a gorgeous array of Thanksgiving pies on Turkey Day.

This list has many of the best pie recipes you know and love, plus twists on tradition that everyone will enjoy. If you prefer pumpkin pie, you&rsquoll want to make the dulce de leche pumpkin pie, chai pumpkin pie with maple whipped cream, and gingersnap pumpkin pie. For those who absolutely love apple pie, you&rsquoll love the apple pie with Cheddar-thyme crust, cheesecake apple pie, and salted caramel apple pie. Pecan pie fans won&rsquot be able to get enough of the German chocolate pecan pie, pretzel-chocolate-pecan slab pie, and bourbon-pecan pie. Along with spins on the traditional flavors, there are a handful of other inventive options, including the salted honey pie, Nutella dulce de leche chocolate chip cookie pie, and the snickerdoodle pie. Trust us: Even those who prefer a slice of Thanksgiving cake or Thanksgiving cookies will instantly be hooked on these best Thanksgiving pie recipes.


Best Thanksgiving Pie and Tart Recipes

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Apple-Pumpkin-Pecan Pie

Bobby's Throwdown Pumpkin Pie

The Pioneer Woman's Pecan Pie

Ree's Flat Apple Pie with Perfect Pie Crust

The Pioneer Woman makes her apple pie flat like a pizza, perfect for grabbing a slice on the go.

Sweet Potato Pie With Crunchy Cranberry Topping

Bourbon Pecan Pie

Apple Pie

Butterscotch Pie

Maple Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie

Butter Pie Crust

Pecan Pie

Lattice Crust Apple Pie

No-Pan Pear Pie

Bourbon and Chocolate Pecan Pie

Pumpkin Pie - Slimmed

Sugar-Cranberry Pie

Sunny's Hazelnut Pumpkin Pie

Anne's Apple Tart Tatin

Barefoot Contessa's Deep-Dish Apple Pie

Alton's Sweet Potato Pie

Barefoot Contessa's French Apple Tart

Classic Apple Pie

Trisha Yearwood's Pecan Pie

Tyler's Ultimate Caramel Apple Pie

Bobby's Pumpkin Pie with Cinnamon Crunch and Bourbon-Maple Whipped Cream

Throwdown: Michele Albano's Maple Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Streusel

Classic Apple Pie

Apple-Walnut Galette

Classic Pumpkin Pie

Amaretto Pumpkin Pie with Almond Praline

Traditional Pecan Pie

Chocolate-Toffee Pecan Tart

The Neelys' Peanut Butter Pie

The Best Lemon Meringue Pie

It's the stuff of dreams: a classic sweet and tart dessert with a foolproof meringue topping that won't weep!


Recipe Summary

  • Cream Cheese Pastry Dough
  • All-purpose flour, for rolling
  • Cooked, shredded turkey (optional)
  • Prepared mashed potatoes (optional)
  • Prepared sweet potatoes (optional)
  • Prepared stuffing (optional)
  • Cranberry sauce (optional)
  • 1 large egg, beaten

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

Working with one disk of dough at a time, roll out dough on a lightly floured work surface. Using an overturned bowl about 5 inches in diameter as a guide, cut out three circles set aside. Gather dough scraps, reroll, and repeat cutting process. Repeat process with remaining disk of dough.

For each pocket pie, mix together a 1/4 cup of filling using turkey, mashed or sweet potatoes, stuffing, and/or cranberry sauce as desired. Place each 1/4 cup filling on one side of each dough circle. Moisten edges lightly with water and fold dough over filling to form a half circle. Pinch edges of dough together to seal and crimp with a fork.

Place pocket pies on a prepared baking sheet transfer to refrigerator until chilled slightly, about 10 minutes. Pierce each pie on the top twice using the tines of a fork and brush with egg.

Transfer to oven and bake until golden brown, 20 to 25 minutes. Let pies cool 5 minutes before serving. Pies can also be cooled and frozen, then reheated in the microwave.


This is Your State&rsquos Most Popular Holiday Pie

Discover what pie recipe your state craves most, plus, find out more about more of America&rsquos favorite Thanksgiving foods. You'll want to steal our best-loved recipes for them all to add to your Thanksgiving menu or Friendsgiving spread.

Any pie > no pie, of course, but which pie recipe reigns supreme in your state? With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other dinner party-worthy holidays right around the corner, GE Appliances surveyed 1,550 Americans about their feast faves. 

It turns out, pumpkin is preferred above all else, especially in the west, midwest, and southeast.

In terms of how to serve said pie, light and fluffy whipped cream is number one. A la mode came in second, followed by unadorned slices.

  • Whipped cream: 45 percent
  • Ice cream: 24 percent
  • By itself: 17 percent
  • Served with coffee: 14 percent

Make Your Favorite Holiday Pie Recipe

Your neighbors might prefer another variety, but we say 𠇍o you!” and use your personal favorite of these tested and true pie recipes to serve at Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, or other fall and winter celebrations.

Classic Pumpkin Pie

With a flaky homemade pastry crust and a canned pumpkin filling (scented with nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger), there’s a reason Better Homes & Gardens fans return to this just-like-grandma-made pie again and again. It’s scrumptious and simple to prepare.

Get the recipe: Classic Pumpkin Pie

Just six pantry staples are required to fill this rustic pecan pie. Crank up the decadence factor by tossing a handful of chocolate chips on top of the pastry before topping with the pecan mixture.

Get the recipe: Pecan Pie

Old-Fashioned Apple Pie

A whopping six cups of tart apples appear in this double-crust apple pie recipe. If you crave sweet-salty foods, you’ll love our optional addition of shredded cheddar cheese on top.

We were curious how Better Homes & Gardens fans from all around the country compared to these state-by-state results--for pie and beyond on the holiday table. So we polled @betterhomesandgardens followers on Instagram Stories for their preferred party picks.

For dessert: apple or pumpkin pie?

Carb of choice: buttery roll or crumbly corn bread?

Green veggie go-to: bean casserole or bacon-coated and caramelized?

  • Green bean casserole: 68 percent
  • Brussels sprouts: 32 percent

Spuds: creamy or candied?

Next to (or atop) turkey: savory gravy or sweet cranberries?


The Thanksgiving Pie You Should Make Based on Your Astrological Sign

Don&rsquot leave your dessert decisions to chance. Let the stars guide you to your sweets.

The dessert options for the typical Thanksgiving dinner read like a who’s who of the greatest sugary confections of all time. Pumpkin pie? Check. Pecan pie? Check. Custard pie? We wouldn’t dare dream of a Turkey Day without you.

Alas, the options are so plentiful they can feel a bit overwhelming. Narrowing your options may not be as easy as picking your favorites. It’s pie—they’re all our favorites.

This year, turn to something a bit more mystical to make your pie picks: your zodiac sign. We took to our handy star charts and scoured all the qualities, good and bad, of every sign to find the absolute best pie for your Thanksgiving. If astrology isn’t your thing, these just happen to be some of our best Thanksgiving pies, too.

Aries

Aries, the ram sign, is dynamic and dominant. You’re the leader of the pack, upbeat and always moving. You need a pie that’s as boisterous and charismatic as you are. This Seriously Lemon Tart has major pucker power thanks its over-the-top tartness, and it happens to be quite gorgeous, too. (We wouldn’t expect anything less from you, Aries.)

Taurus

Taurus, you’re practical and down-to-earth, a no-nonsense kind of person who appreciates keeping things sailing smoothly. The holidays are certainly no exception. You help everyone around you stay grounded, and you love for things to go just as you planned and plotted. In other words, you don’t like to rock the boat, and you really don’t like when someone rocks it for you. A classic Pecan Pie will be heartily welcomed in the buffet of dessert options of every Taurus, and everyone else for that matter.

Gemini

Dear sweet Gemini, you live for the party. You’re playful, freewheeling, and fun. You may be averse to routine and tradition, which is why you should steer clear of the most traditional of Thanksgiving desserts. Instead, take a bit of an adventure with this year’s pie. This Chessame Pie plays dual roles here: It has the two-toned look of a divided decider. (The Gemini symbol is twins.) And it kind of looks like a dance floor, a place you’ve been known to shine a time or two.

Cancer

Ruled by the moon, individuals in the Cancer sign are often among the most comforting and caring individuals you’ll ever meet. They emit a maternal energy that makes everyone feel at home, which is exactly where Cancers prefer to be. What’s more homey and soothing than a Double-Crust Apple Pie? Perhaps nothing. The classic pie gets a double “hug” of crust for extra love. It’s a feel-good dessert no matter your sign.

Listen, we know—you’re the star of the show. You’re not here to slink back into any corner, and your pie isn’t either. Like you, your dessert needs to be a stand-out, a knockout even. That’s why this Pink Lemonade Pie has a place with you this Thanksgiving. It’s unexpected but highly appealing. It’s certain to take the spotlight from the basic pies around it. In short, it’s you, in pie form.

Virgo

As the only human among the zodiac signs, the virgin Virgo is considered the helper of the zodiac. You find solace and meaning in helping others, and you’re often considered wiser than your years. You put a lot of thought into your choices, which is why this Pumpkin Praline Pie appeals to you. You and your Thanksgiving guests get the best of both traditional T-Day pies, pumpkin and pecan. Everyone’s happy, and that makes you happy.

Libra

Your sign’s symbol, the scales, couldn’t be more accurate for you, dear Libra. You’re balanced, the diplomat among your friends and family. Everyone feels warmed by your presence, perhaps because you’re secretly quite charming, too. Your pie match is a Chai Cream Pie. The harmonious blend of spices balance the sweetness, making for a pie that is delicious as can be.

Scorpio

Scorpio, your dessert should be as intense as you are, and that’s a tall hill to climb. If any dessert can do it, it’s this Pecan Cake with Caramel Mousse and Brown Sugar Topping. No, it’s not a pie, but that’s exactly how you like it. Your intense nature makes you a natural-born leader, and if you decide cake is the better option, cake it is. This isn’t just any cake, however. Like you, this cake is loaded with layers, something each diner as to work to get through before they taste the true essence of the cake. The topping has a bit of sultry energy with its drips and luminous glow. It’s you in cake form, dear Scorpio. Enjoy it.

Sagittarius

The typical Sagittarius is never too far from their next adventure. You’ll try anything once. You’re always looking for something exciting to fulfill a craving for unique experiences, so for your Thanksgiving, this Can’t-Be-Beet Tart with Goat Cheese aligns perfectly with your insatiable appetite for the new and different.

Capricorn

You’re a worker, Capricorn. You’re a nose-to-the-grindstone 9-to-5 worker bee that’s driven and disciplined. You’re practical, too, and you’re just not known to break the rules, something everyone admires you. That’s why if you showed up with anything other than this Classic Pumpkin Pie, you𠆝 be breaking form𠅊nd you just don’t do that, Capricorn. Take a break from work today. Enjoy the holiday and this pie. Duty calls tomorrow.

Aquarius

Everyone expects nothing but the most eccentric pie pick from you, Aquarius. You love a chance to show how unique you are. If an ice cream pie at Thanksgiving doesn’t put you in the 𠇍ifferent” category, not much else will. This Toasted Almond and Chocolate Toffee Ice Cream Pie is tremendously special and unique, just like you. (It’s also a little cold, which you’re known to be from time to time, too.) But your caring nature tells you your pals will appreciate your uniqueness when they’re really tired of that plain ‘ole pumpkin pie and craving something a bit different.


Old Fashioned Southern Recipes

The South is known for tradition and passing recipes down from generation to generation. That's why the old fashioned Southern recipes below are some of the best vintage recipes of them all. Try one of these country-inspired classic dinner recipes for dinner tonight!

You'll think back to simpler times when you serve this rich, cornbread-topped old fashioned chicken pot pie recipe to your family. Cheesy and delicious, it's perfect for a quick and easy weeknight meal.

Sometimes old fashioned meals are the best way to start a modern work day, and this Easy Biscuits and Gravy is a perfect example of that. There is no reason to waste away the most important meal of the day when you have the easiest of all biscuits and sausage gravy recipes handy.

If you've tried and love chicken fried steak, you'll love this Southern Chicken Fried Chicken, which just swaps out the beef for chicken. It's finger-licking good, and one of those old fashioned country recipes that will have you craving it for weeks.

This is an old Southern recipe that's easy to make and perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Grandma's Favorite Sausage and Cheese Grits Bake only requires 6 simple ingredients. Creamy, cheesy grits are mixed with sausage and baked to a bubbling perfection in this easy casserole recipe.

It's time to think of childhood days gone by with Grandma's Old Fashioned Butterscotch Pie. This delicious homemade butterscotch pie is the perfect reminder of your childhood. Vintage cooking simply doesn't get any better than this.

If you've been looking for the key to making the best goulash recipe, Paula Deen has it! Bobby Deen's Favorite Goulash Copycat is a classic recipe for goulash with ground beef, macaroni noodles, tomatoes and a delicious seasoning combination.


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Basmati Rice as well as Basmati Clothing with Sausage and also Sage For this take on Thanksgiving dressing, two kinds of rice are prepared in an aromatic assortment of mushrooms as well as onions sautéed in butter, bay fallen leave, and also fresh sage.


Our Best Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Save room for something sweet! We’ve got all the classics (plus, Thanksgiving desserts with a twist), including pumpkin cheesecake, apple pie, cookies, cupcakes and more!

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Pumpkin Pie in a Sheet Pan

Got a crowd that loves pumpkin pie? This giant dessert in sheet-cake form serves 16.

Hot Toddy Apple Pie

If you love a cozy hot toddy, this apple pie is for you! We poached the apples in a warm whiskey, lemon and honey mixture to soak up all the delicious flavors, then simmered down the poaching liquid into a scrumptious, sticky hot toddy caramel sauce for stirring into the filling and drizzling on top.

Pecan Pie Brownies

A fudgy and decadent chocolate brownie topped with a sweet and crunchy layer of pecan pie is a match made in heaven. To ensure the layers stay distinct when these two classic desserts come together, the brownie is baked first then the nut filling is layered over it and baked again. In the oven, the syrup seeps into the brownies. keeping them moist and rich. Try serving them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Apple Pie Puff Pastry Turkey

Make this playful bird the centerpiece of your holiday table: Store-bought puff pastry is filled with spiced apples and baked up into a can&rsquot-look-away pie.


Holiday Pie Recipes

No matter what holiday is coming up&mdashfrom Thanksgiving to Christmas to Easter to the Fourth of July&mdashthere's not a single one that wouldn't benefit from a homemade pie, wouldn't you agree? These easy pie recipes are welcome additions to any holiday spread, and when you see what dessert recipes we've got in store, you'll see why. Our made-from-scratch Creamy Pumpkin Pie (page 36) recipe, for example, is a staple of any Thanksgiving dinner. You can't have turkey without the pumpkin pie, and this homemade pie recipe is sure to become a staple in your baking reportoire. If you're looking for a new way to use those cranberries you have lying around during the holiday season, our No-Bake Cranberry Pie (page 37) is a fun twist on an old classic. And no one will be able to turn away when you present our all-star dessert recipe for Holiday Eggnog Pie (page 40). Pair it with a steaming mug of hot chocolate, and you've got yourself a holly, jolly Christmas evening.

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