30 Delicious Thanksgiving Desserts That Aren't Pie
Thanksgiving is usually about pie. If you love pie, than you probably look forward to dessert more than anything, but if you don't like pie, it's not as much fun. If you're hosting a large number of people this Thanksgiving than you should include some non-pie desserts to please everyone. Here are 30 options that are just as delicious and perfect for Thanksgiving as pie.
This ice cream sandwich from Sarah Hears is a fun dessert perfect for when it's not as cold as you'd like on Thanksgiving.
This dessert from Plain Chicken is all the deliciousness of pecan pie with chocolate brownies instead of pie crust.
Thanksgiving is all about the turkey. This dessert from Parties for Pennies makes turkey into a sweet treat.
These cheesecake stuffed apples from Chocolate Moosey are easy to make and tasty to eat.
Fallen leaves are the perfect symbol of fall. This cake from The Cake Blog makes them into a delicious dessert.
These cranberry crunch bars from Crunchy Creamy Sweet are perfectly sweet and tart, a great combination for a great dessert.
Cheesecake is always a crowd pleaser. This one from Creative Culinary uses fall flavors to blend in with the rest of your Thanksgiving dinner.
Apple pie is such a classic Thanksgiving flavor. This recipe from Annie's Eats brings that flavor into cookie form.
This sweet potato pie ice cream from I'm Bored Lets Go is a unique ice cream flavor your guest won't be able to try anywhere else.
Bring the delicious flavor of caramel apples in the easy to eat cupcake form with this recipe from Moms and Munchkins.
Pumpkin and cheesecake is such a classic combination. This mousse from The Gunny Sack is an easy way to bring it to your Thanksgiving table.
These pecan pie tarts from Sally's Baking Addiction are a tasty way to enjoy pecan pie in a bite sized package.
Cranberry and orange is another fantastic Thanksgiving combination made even better with this cheesecake from Gimme Some Oven.
Keep the turkey deliciousness going through dessert with these cupcakes from The Simple Sweet Life.
This creme brulee from Add a Pinch is a great way to add some sophistication to your Thanksgiving table.
Not only will this cake from Half Baked Harvest be a beautiful addition to your dessert table, it will also be a hit with all your guests!
This dessert from The Comfort of Cooking is a great choice if you don't have a lot of time, just use your extra cranberry sauce.
Trifle is an excellent dessert for a group. This one from Love Bakes Good Cakes is pumpkin spice flavor and perfect for Thanksgiving.
If you don't want to go too heavy with your dessert, this one from Inspired Taste is an easy way to keep it light but still delicious.
This cake from Sugar Hero is a classic dessert for a party. Make it to turn your Thanksgiving into a celebration.
These cupcakes from Handle the Heat are a great way to bring sweet potatoes from dinner into dessert.
This ice cream from The Cookie Rookie is a great update on pumpkin pie. It's all the traditional flavors in a brand new form.
Cranberry and orange are great flavors for a cupcake. This one from The Cake Blog is perfect for a Thanksgiving crowd.
This ice cream from The Little Epicurean is a cool treat that feels like a warm and welcoming treat.
This skillet cookie from Mandy's Recipe Box is an easy and delicious alternative to traditional pecan pie.
26. Apple Roses
If you want a dessert that looks as beautiful as it tastes, these apple roses from Handle the Heat are the perfect choice for you!
This dessert from My Incredible Recipes is warm, sweet, and creamy in all the best ways. It will be a hit at any Thanksgiving table.
These sweety pies from Sugar Hero are a great way to add cranberry and white chocolate into your dessert.
29. Apple Pie Cake
If you want to change up your Thanksgiving dessert but you don't want to give up pie crust, this cake from The Cake Blog is decorated with lots of pie crust.
These popsicles from Studio DIY are easy to make with the cranberry sauce you already have.