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If Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of food holidays, we like to think of pie as the starting quarterback. It’s just not Thanksgiving if it doesn’t end with something sweet in a crust, like pumpkin pie in cinnamon roll pie crust, a puff pastry apple galette or a blood orange tart with toasted meringue. Here are 60 of our favorite Thanksgiving pie recipes—from tried-and-true classics to new ideas that just might become your next family tradition.
Fun combination, surprisingly easy to pull together.
It’s almost too pretty to eat. (We said almost, didn’t we?)
A godsend when your oven is in holiday overdrive.
The crust is made of crushed kettle chips for a treat that’s as easy to make as it is to eat.
No one ever said pie had to be round. (Plus, you won't have to fuss with crimping the crust.)
Save this one for a rainy day. It’s definitely a project, but the results are delish.
Want a dessert that looks impressive but is ready in under an hour?
Perfect for guests with dietary restrictions.
Nothing is stopping us from making this warming seasonal dessert.
Be patient and take your time. The attention to detail will blow everyone away.
Your favorite honey-drenched Greek dessert, minus the sticky fingers.
You can make this way ahead of time (like, weeks) and keep it the freezer until your guests show up.
Move over pumpkin pie, and say hello to this sweet potato and maple masterpiece.
A little pinch of cayenne gives this pie an unexpected—and totally delicious—flavor.
In case you're craving something holly-jolly before December.
The key to their uniform size is baking the tarts in mason jar lids.
Instead of a traditional crust, we use a streusel-like topping to change things up.
This recipe combines our two favorite candy bars to create one seriously decadent dessert.
To feed a crowd—and stay sane while doing it—try this no-frills dessert recipe.
If you don’t have mini tart pans or pie plates, you can use mason jar lids to make the crust.
It comes together in a flash with ingredients you probably already have on hand.
Come on, look how pretty it is. You know you want to make it.
It all comes together in a single skillet, the most work you’ll have to do is slice some figs to reach sticky-sweet heaven.
The only way to improve upon a brownie? Put it in a flaky pastry shell.
Perfect for a destination holiday (or pretending, anyway).
We promise they’re easy enough to whip up at home.
All you have to do is roast strawberries, crush graham crackers and add a scoop of ice cream.
Brace yourself: Your house will never smell this good again.
There’s always room for tangy cream cheese filling on our menu.
The best part about galettes? They’re rustic, leaving plenty of wiggle room when rolling out the dough.
Dessert for a crowd in under an hour? Genius.
The only thing better than a slice of pie? Having a mini pie all to yourself—no sharing required.
Can't decide between these three crowd-pleasing flavors? Go ahead and use all three.
BRB, diving face first into the buttery, sweet filling. Use store-bought pie crust to save time.
Believe it or not, this creamy number is totally vegan, thanks to canned coconut cream.
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