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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. Here are 50 of our favorite Thanksgiving pie recipes—from tried-and-true classics to new ideas that might just become tradition in your family.
It doesn’t get more fun—or easy—than this.
It’s almost too pretty to eat. (We said almost, didn’t we?)
Presenting the vegan and gluten-free tart: a truly miraculous dessert
A godsend when your oven is in holiday overdrive.
this gorgeous strawberry pie gets it vibrant pink hue from freeze-dried strawberries.
The crust is made from crushed up kettle chips for a treat that’s as easy to make as it is to eat.
Because fresh cranberries are so much better than that stuff in the can.
Ice cream? Yawn. We’re making this gorgeous Neapolitan pie for holidays, birthday parties and special occasions from now on.
No one ever said a pie had to be round.
The light-as-air topping gets its lilac hue from—surprise—freeze-dried blueberries.
Save this one for a rainy day. It’s definitely a project, but the results are delish.
Some people are Team Pumpkin, some people are Team Sweet Potato. We see no need to pick favorites with silky, cinnamon-scented goodness.
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.
Autumnal to the max.
Save this recipe for a rainy day and take your time. Your attention to detail will blow everyone away.
What’s a banoffee? It’s a magical British dessert made from bananas, cream and toffee on a crumbled cookie crust.
Your favorite, honey-dripping Greek dessert, without 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.
When peaches arrive at the farmers market, you can bet we’re snapping up as much as our reusable tote can hold.
This pie is sure to be a holiday season favorite.
These little guys are almost too cute to eat. (Key word: almost.)
A gorgeous orange dessert that isn’t made from pumpkins or sweet potatoes.
Instead of a traditional crust, we use a streusel-like topping to change things up.
This recipe combines our two favorite candy bars, 'Snickers' and 'Butterfinger' into one seriously decadent dessert.
To feed a crowd—and stay sane while doing it—try this easy recipe for cherry slab pie
If you don’t have mini tart pans or pie plates, you can use mason jar lids to make the crust.
This recipe perfectly combines white chocolate and coconut with tart lime juice.
You could make a regular batch of cookies, or you could completely blow everyone away with this skillet pie.
Why not take this classic breakfast treat into grown-up territory?
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, and the results are sticky-sweet dessert bliss.
Whoa, this pie is plant-based and gluten-free? Better believe it.
You can go ahead and file this caramel-chocolate macadamia tart under “gorgeous and secretly easy.”
The only way to improve upon a brownie? Put it in a flaky pastry shell.
Super classy and almost too beautiful to eat. Bonus: They’re dairy- and gluten-free.
Perfect for a destination holiday (or pretending, anyway).
We promise they’re easy enough to whip up at home.
Tarte tatins are traditionally made with apples. But we love breaking tradition (and we also love caramelized bananas).
All you have to do is roast strawberries, crush graham crackers and add a scoop of ice cream.
Your house will never smell this good again.
There’s always room for cheesecake.
The best part about galettes? They’re supposed to look rustic, leaving plenty of wiggle room when you’re rolling out the dough.
Dessert for a crowd in under an hour? Genius.
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