If these desserts aren't already family favorites, they soon will be!
Candy corn plumes and shortbread wings turn cupcakes into irresistible turkey sweets for Thanksgiving.
The pilgrims would be proud to wear these hats from Spoonful.com.
Let your kids personalize this classic pumpkin pie with a handprint pie-dough turkey.
Apples are big business in Monroe County, New York. Even so, Amy W., who moved to the area last year, hasn't found a pie to beat her crunchy caramel apple delight. Last year, Amy made five different pies--for four people.
Here's a pie that has made my family's short list of holiday favorites each year for the past 30, ever since I moved to New England and became a fanatical maple syrup cook.
This open-face tart, with its tender, flavorful pastry and festive red berry filling, is sure to be a hit among your dessert-lovers.
Chess pies are a southern tradition, beloved as much for their ease of preparation as for their great flavor.
This tiny turkey dinner is actually an amazingly delicious dessert.
Here's a pumpkin pie that will get rave reviews for both taste and appearance. It takes a bit longer to make -- but it's well worth it.
Cranberries and ice cream combine for a refreshing finale to the standard holiday spread.
Put a new spin on a favorite fall flavor by topping tasty pumpkin cake squares with cream cheese frosting.
This layered pie serves up a deliciously unique combination, bringing together two classic fall flavors in one creamy sweet-and-tart dessert.
The rich, creamy almond filling, known as frangipane, is a tasty complement to the juicy sweetness of ripe pears, and though it may take you a while to perfect the shape of its rustic crust, it always tastes great.
Turn fall's bounty into a delicious work of art with this free-form pastry.
Here's a cute Thanksgiving cupcake recipe that kids will love helping to make and eat for Thanksgiving - makes a great school classroom party recipe.
This easy-to-assemble frozen treat unites the flavors of mango, exotic saffron, and bold and flowery cardamom with an all-American graham cracker crust.
A delicious cake that looks like a giant caramel apple when it's done.
Everyone will want to gobble this cake up - a clever Thanksgiving turkey cake recipe from Spoonful.com.
We'll be very surprised if this isn't the creamiest custard you've ever eaten. It's so good, it might even upstage your holiday pumpkin pie.
This lesser-known version of apple pie lacks a traditional crust, but its simple pastry topping creates a delicious, pleasantly crunchy layer.
The custard-style ﬁlling of this luscious Southern treat has the consistency of soft, rich, velvety fudge that's not too sweet or heavy.
Once these pumpkin cupcakes are baked, your kids can use frosting to turn them into a pumpkin feast.
This unusual pudding comes from Cindy M., whose grandmother used to make a huge batch every Thanksgiving using ripe persimmons from her backyard in Clark County, Illinois.
You're not going to find many pies easier to prepare than this one. The irresistible cookie dough filling is quick to mix, and you don't even have to prebake the shell.
Cranberries lend a distinctive New England flavor to old-fashioned upside-down cake.
Sweet T.O.M. Turkeys
Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats
Handprint Pumpkin Pie
Crunchy Caramel Apple Pie
Maple Heaven Pear Pie
Cherry Cranberry Galette
Lemon Chess Pie
Tiny Turkey Dinner
Triple-layer Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
Cranberry Ice-Cream Pie
Creamy Pumpkin Pie with Cranberry Topping
Pear Frangipane Tart
Apple Blossom Tart
Caramel Apple Cake
Turkey of a Cake
Maple Pumpkin Custard
Swedish Apple Pie
Chocolate Chess Pie
Chocolate Chip Walnut Pie
Yankee Cranberry Upside-Down Cake