Thanksgiving would not be complete without a slice of pie — or two — on your dessert plate. These Thanksgiving pie recipes will give you so many options to choose from to add to your dessert menu and finish off your Thanksgiving meal right.
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A Thanksgiving celebration would not be complete without a slice of pie. The pie is basically the mascot for the Thanksgiving dessert table. From apple and pumpkin to cranberry and pear, there is no shortage of Thanksgiving pies to choose from to add to your Thanksgiving feast.
All of these pies will be a hit with your family and friends on Thanksgiving. No matter which one you choose to make, you won’t have any leftovers — they are all that good!
1. Dutch Apple Pie
Apple pie is a staple that you must have on your Thanksgiving dessert table.
The traditional dish lives up to all the hype, especially with this dutch apple pie recipe.
The apples are piled high into a super flakey pie crust and topped with a streusel topping for a delicious bite.
2. Peanut Butter Fluff Pie
Peanut butter may not seem like the most traditional pie to add to your Thanksgiving menu, but after one bite of this sweet treat, you’ll be very glad that you gave it a chance.
The silky peanut butter in this pie is super rich but in the best way possible.
The peanut butter isn’t the only star of this pie. The sweet pie is also topped with fluff to mimic the classic combination.
3. No-Bake Pumpkin Pie
If you are struggling to decide which pie to add to your Thanksgiving menu, go with a pumpkin pie.
There is a reason why this pie is so popular.
It is tasty, traditional, and couldn’t be easier to make. Plus, it is a no-bake pie, so it will save you some space in the oven while you are cooking up a feast.
4. Snickerdoodle Pie
If snickerdoodle cookies are your go-to cookie, then you’ll eat up every bite of this snickerdoodle pie.
The pie recipe takes everything you love about snickerdoodles and puts them in the form of a pie.
The pie is loaded with cinnamon and sugar, making it super sweet in the best way possible.
5. Caramel Apple Pecan Streusel Pie
Caramel, apples, and pecans are all staples when it comes to fall flavors. So why not mash them up into a pie to create the most delicious Thanksgiving pie?
Don’t worry about all of these flavors overpowering one another. Each one combines smoothly together to form one seamless and tasty bite.
The seasonal ingredients then get topped with a streusel topping to finish off the pie.
6. Pecan Pie Bars
Switch up the traditional Thanksgiving pecan pie this year and go with pecan pie bars instead.
These pecan pie bars have everything you love about the traditional pie but in a bar-shaped form.
Do yourself a favor and double this recipe while you are making it for Thanksgiving. That way, you can freeze the extras and munch on them after the holiday.
7. Oreo Pie
Something tells me there were no Oreos at the first Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make an appearance on your Thanksgiving table this year.
Stray from the traditional Thanksgiving pies and go the cookie route this year instead with this Oreo pie.
It is a true crowd-pleaser that the whole family will love.
8. Chocolate Cream Pie Recipe
Chocolate loves will never say no to a slice of chocolate cream pie.
This chocolate cream pie is always great to add to your menu, no matter the occasion.
The pie only requires five ingredients total for it to come together, making it super easy to make among all of the Thanksgiving chaos.
9. Salted Caramel Pumpkin Pie
Salted caramel and pumpkin may not seem like a pair that would go together. However, after one bite of this salted caramel pumpkin pie, you’ll see that the flavors are actually the perfect pairing.
The caramel sweetens the pie in a subtle way that allows for the pumpkin to really shine through.
This pie will be one that you will want to add to your Thanksgiving menu for years to come.
10. Caramel Pear Pie
It’s time for the apples to move over, as this pie is all about the pears!
The pears are the true star of this caramel pear pie. They pair delightfully with the caramel to create a sweet but not overpowering bite.
After one bite of this pie, you’ll forget that apple pie was even an option.
11. Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie
Sweet potatoes are not just for the main meal. Serve them up for dessert too with this bourbon sweet potato pie.
This pie is basically like a warm hug wrapped up in one bite, thanks to all the warming flavors and spices.
The sweet potato filling isn’t the only star of the pie, either. The dessert is topped with a silky marshmallow cream to complete the sweet treat.
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12. Shoofly Pie
If you’ve never heard of shoofly pie, get ready to fall in love.
The traditional flakey pie crust is filled with a rich molasses filling and topped with a buttery brown sugar topping.
With two rich flavors, you would think they would overpower each other, but it is quite the opposite. They work together to create one irresistible bite.
13. Apple Pie
You really cannot go wrong with an apple pie on Thanksgiving.
There is a reason why the pie is a staple on most Thanksgiving menus.
Don’t forget to add the vanilla ice cream to make the Thanksgiving pie à la mode!
14. Honey Walnut Pie
Forget about the pecans, as this pie is all about the walnuts.
Walnuts may not be what you think of first when it comes to pie on Thanksgiving, but this dessert will make you think differently.
The roasted walnuts are smothered in a honey mixture and baked in a pie crust. It’s a riff on a pecan pie in the best way possible.
15. Buttermilk Pie
If you’ve never heard of buttermilk pie, get ready for it to shoot to the top of your list.
The classic southern dessert transforms tangy buttermilk into a custard filling with a sparkly, sugary topping.
The rich, buttery, and tangy flavors will make your tastebuds dance.
16. Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
Is there a combination better than peanut butter and chocolate?
This no-bake dessert proves the combination is worthy of all its hype.
Along with the pie being no-bake, it only requires four ingredients, plus a pre-made pie crust, for it to come together.
17. Coconut Cream Pie
There might be snow outside on the ground this Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring the tropical flavors to your dessert table.
Warm up the party inside with this coconut cream pie. The coconut flavors in the creamy pudding filling will give you flashbacks to your last beach vacation.
It will be the unexpected hit of the dessert table.
18. Apple Cranberry Pie
Cranberries tend to get a bad reputation on Thanksgiving. They are always the side dish that goes untouched on the table.
Give the cranberries the love they deserve with this cranberry apple pie.
The tart cranberries combine with the sweet apples to give the pie a flavor that is out of this world and very memorable.
19. Cranberry Orange Custard Pie
Cranberry and orange might not be the most common flavor when it comes to pie. However, it will quickly be a flavor combination you love after one bite of this custard pie.
The untraditional dessert takes a classic pie crust and fills it with sweet custard filling that is piled high with cranberries and orange zest.
Stay around as this one bakes in the oven, as the cranberry and orange scents will be out of this world.
20. Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie with Brown Sugar Streusel
Can’t decide on making an apple pie or a pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving? Why not make both?
With this apple butter pumpkin pie, you can basically do just that.
The pie combines the flavors of traditional pies making one irresistible bite. It will be the favorite on the dessert table.
21. French Silk Pie
Show off your skills in the kitchen with this French silk pie.
The French silk pie takes a traditional flakey crust and fills it with a silky chocolate filling. It is then topped with a smooth whipped cream.
The simple dessert packs a true punch of flavor and is so rich. It will be a pie that everyone wants to try.
22. Cranberry Gingersnap Pie
Let Thanksgiving lead the way to the holiday season with this cranberry gingersnap pie.
This pie forgets the traditional flakey pie crust and swaps in a gingersnap crust instead.
If you don’t make this one on Thanksgiving, save it for Christmas and the rest of the holiday season.