From pumpkin to pecan, these holiday pie recipes are perfect for serving at any fall or winter celebration. Featuring seasonal flavors you and your family will love, these Thanksgiving pies are sure to please!
Do you only have eyes for pies? If so, you’re going to love these delicious holiday pie recipes! Made using seasonal flavors, like pumpkin, pecan, apple and butterscotch, these are some of the best Thanksgiving pies we’ve ever made!
Give this Thanksgiving favorite a boozy twist by adding your favorite Kentucky bourbon. A delicious and decadent sweet treat you and your guests will love, this pecan pie would be at home sitting on any Thanksgiving or Christmas table.
Keep it simple and sweet with this Easy Pumpkin Pie. A tasty dessert for Thanksgiving, Christmas and everything in between, this easy and traditional pie is a must for any fall celebration!
Give your dessert a fun and whimsical look by using small cookie cutters to cut out a pie crust design. A fun alternative to a lattice topping, this fun pie decoration allows your fruit filling to poke through (and the shapes can be baked and turned into pie crust cookies). An easy project for beginners, this apple pie recipe can even be made using store-bought crust and filling.
Take the humble pumpkin pie up a notch by piping a lovely floral design on your dessert using cream cheese frosting. A simple and fun way to add a personalized touch to a homemade (or store-bought!) pie, this recipe is great to bring as a hostess gift.
Sweet and tart, this delicious pie is bursting with the flavors of apple and cranberry. Featuring a beautiful lattice crust, this pie is almost too pretty to eat. Serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate Thanksgiving dessert.
Make a dessert your gluten-free friends can enjoy with this crustless pumpkin pie recipe. A tasty and satisfying alternative to traditional pumpkin pie, this dessert is bound to be loved by gluten-free and gluten lovers alike. Top it with a drizzle of homemade caramel sauce and a dollop of whipped cream. It’s so good you won’t even miss the crust!
Best described as a kind of free-form dessert, this Cranberry Pear Galette is easier to make than its pie cousin. Filled with slices of Anjou pears and fresh cranberries, this fall dessert is a rustic addition to your holiday table. Serve with fresh whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Infused with the flavors of chai, this twist on an old favorite is well worth the time it takes to make it! Pumpkin pie batter is swirled together with a sweet cream cheese mixture for a lovely and delicious dessert that looks just as good as it tastes.
Here’s a fun one for the kids! These small hand-sized apple pies are served on a stick for easy serving and eating. Fill them all with apples or mix and match your favorite pie fillings for a fun treat everyone will love.
Elegant yet simple to make, this Plum Pistachio Galette is a tasty dessert for those who don’t like pies that are overly sweet. Sprinkled with pistachios for added crunch and color, this free-form dessert is sure to become a family favorite.
The only thing better than how this Cinnamon Apple Tart tastes is how it looks! Layers of Honeycrisp apples are seasoned with pumpkin pie spice and arranged on a buttery crust for an autumn dessert you and the kids will love. Don’t forget the whipped cream!
Treat your friends and family to a fancy French dessert with this Plum Clafoutis. Wedges of sweet plums are covered in a custard-like batter and baked in a round cake pan. A sprinkling of confectioners’ sugar tops the whole thing off for a treat best served with a glass of brandy. Bon Appetit!
Forget the lattice work, this Apple Pie with Fringe Crust is a quick and easy way to decorate your apple pie. Use store-bought apple pie filling to save time, or fill the pie with your favorite fruit filling.
Which of these pies are you planning to make for Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments below or post a picture of your Thanksgiving dessert on social media and tag us @wiltoncakes!