Hello, friends! Last week, I brought you 9 of my own Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes worth pinning. Today, I’m sharing the love and bringing you what was going to be 13 and now is 14 Delicious Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes from some of my wonderfully talented blogging friends. Click on the name of the dish to go to the blog post, or click on the photo to go straight to the pin. I know you will find a new family favorite or three or fourteen among these recipes: pie, cheesecake, cake, tarts, parfaits–it’s all here. And thank you to my friends for helping me with this round up.
Pin the whole round up with this long pin, and read on for each individual dessert. Enjoy!
Delicious Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes
Adorable Turkey Crust Pumpkin Pie from Renee of Kudos Kitchen by Renee. Make your favorite pumpkin pie and treat it to the cutest pie crust treatment you may ever see!
Two-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake with Apple Cider Glaze from Kathy of The Noble Pig. Easy to throw together for a large crowd, and I bet you won’t have any leftovers!
Maple Sweet Potato Pie with Toasted Swiss Meringue from Kirsten of Comfortably Domestic. Kirsten is a Pie Goddess and makes all the good stuff. See?
Caramel Custard Tart with Sliced Almonds and Pumpkin Seeds from Karen of Karen’s Kitchen Stories. Loving this tart from my friend Karen. Caramel custard with nuts and seeds? Yes, please. For folks who might be looking for something a bit different than pecan pie.
Pecan Pie Cheesecake Bars from Lynn of Southern with a Twist. A mashup of two favorites in bar form. How can you say no?
Spiced Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Pecan Crust from Kelly of Wildflour’s Cottage Kitchen. This, my friends, is one gorgeous cheesecake. Kelly is great at pairing flavors. Talk about a medley of fall flavors? Wonderful!
Salted Dulce de Leche Cookie Tarts from Renee of Flamingo Musings. The perfect passed dessert for your dessert buffet, these little tidbits speak of fall but are just a bit different from the usual suspects. And who doesn’t love dulce de leche?
Chocolate Chess Pie from Laura of Mother Would Know. Why not bring chocolate to the table at Thanksgiving? Chocolate chess pie is rich, fudgy, ridiculously delicious, and easy to make.
Pumpkin Pie Parfaits from Heather of Hezzi D’s Books and Cooks. I love the idea of taking a classic and presenting it in a new way. Cut circles out of your pie and layer them with cream and crunchies!
Salted Maple Walnut Pie from Melissa of Treats with a Twist. Another pie for those looking for something a bit different than pecan pie. Walnuts, maple and white chocolate come together to impress. And this particular crust is gluten-free as well.
Classic Chocolate Cream Pie from Sandy of Everyday Southwest. Classic, truly. Look at that rich, creamy goodness. Another delicious, indulgent way to bring chocolate to the party!
24 Best Cheesecake Recipes You Will Fall in Love With compiled by Nettie of Moore or Less Cooking. If you want all the fall cheesecakes, look no further! Nettie rounded up some of the best. A round up within a round up!
Pumpkin Roll with Caramel Frosting from Amy of Gluten Glory No reason a “buche de noel” can’t be a buche de Thanksgiving! Amy rolls up a Christmas classic and presents it with fall flavors. Perfection!
Clementine Buttermilk Upside Down Cake from Cheryl of Pook’s Pantry. Why not end your Thanksgiving meal with just a little bit of sunshine? I love this sparkling citrus treat from my wish she were my sister, Cheryl.
And that’s it, friends. I hope you enjoy these Delicious Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes!
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dessert?
Thank you for reading, and have a lovely day.
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