Sweeten up your celebration with these Thanksgiving pies. With tons of recipes to choose from, find the perfect pie that everyone will love.
Just a hint of pecan can totally revamp an apple pie.
A delectable southern favorite!
An all time favorite that has stood the test of time.
For a time-saver, use a piecrust mix or a ready-made crust.
Orange zest adds a fruity twist to a classic Thanksgiving treat, which we've topped with a seasonally spiced whipped cream. The squares can be made up to two days in advance and stored in a tightly covered pan in the refrigerator.
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.
This lesser-known version of apple pie lacks a traditional crust, but its simple pastry topping creates a delicious, pleasantly crunchy layer.
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.
The custard-style ﬁlling of this luscious Southern treat has the consistency of soft, rich, velvety fudge that's not too sweet or heavy.
Making this homemade classic is easy enough for the seven-and-under crowd, plus it teaches kids all about what makes pumpkin pie so tasty.
With a shortbread crust, a cheesecakelike filling, and a delicately spiced apple topping, this elegant tart tastes divine and is a blast for kids to prepare. Our kid testers said arranging the apples in circles was "the best part."
A luscious concoction of pumpkin and ice cream turned into a pie.