Thanksgiving Desserts

by doughmesstic on November 20, 2012

in desserts, holidays, round up

I’m freakishly busy.

So busy, in fact, I can’t even make you a dessert.

But…worry not, I’ve made LOTS of desserts, and therefore I have LOTS of desserts that will make your Thanksgiving dinner delicious.

Truth.

Let’s start with this Candy Apple Pie.

I’ve shared it here several times, and with good reason…it’s incredible.  A little bit apple pie, a little bit cheesecake, a little bit caramel, a little bit whipped creamy goodness.  You just can’t go wrong with this one.

applepie

Or how about this Caramel Apple Cheesecake I developed for Dixie Crystals?  You’ve not seen this bad boy before…I sent it straight over to Dixie. You need to check it out.

caramel-apple-cheesecake

How about chocolate?  This Kentucky Derby Dirty Bourbon Pie is full of rich chocolate, nuts, and all kinds of deliciousness.  Best part? It’s crazy easy.

A couple of years ago, I took this incredible Butterscotch Pie to my family’s Thanksgiving dinner.  Not a sliver was left. Creamy. Decadent. A labor of love, but worth every second.

Can you get your hands on fresh fruit? I bet you can.  Even my grocery store has these berries right now. It’s a gorgeous Vanilla Cream tart, easy to put together, and your family? They’ll sing your praises, because this tart is as delicious as it is pretty to look at.

Of course, I have to recommend the flavor of the season…Pumpkin.

This pumpkin cheesecake will fill the bill, for sure.  Or, for a change up, try this Pumpkin Almond/Pecan Pie.  It’s full of all the things we love about fall.

No matter what you decide to make, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, full of good food, friends, and family.  Have a great one!

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Shari-Tickled Red November 20, 2012 at 8:30 am

Holy…Oh My…Mercy! Can I get a slice of each for breakfast purty please?

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Liz @ The Lemon Bowl November 20, 2012 at 3:36 pm

Just wanted to say good luck with Mixed Con!! So bummed I can’t make it!!

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