Pumpkin pie is always a holiday favorite. But in addition to the traditional Pumpkin Pie recipe, kick your dessert up a few notches by experimenting with recipes such as Mixed-Nut Maple Pumpkin Pie, Almond-Crunch Pumpkin Pie, or Maple-Cinnamon Pumpkin Pie.
The sweet and salty trend reaches new heights in this fall-flavored dessert. Feel free to prepare the sea salt pecan brittle up to a week in advanceif you can avoid eating all before it's pie time!
If you're in charge of desserts for Thanksgiving, knowing how to make a pumpkin pie is a requirement. But you don't have to wait for November to enjoy this fall favorite. Grocery store shelves hold canned pumpkin year round. Pumpkin, even the canned variety, is packed with beta-carotene and other nutrients, making it a dessert you can feel good about eating any day of the year.
Here's a low-calorie, low-fat version of pumpkin pie that's worthy of being on your Thanksgiving dessert buffet.
Need a pumpkin pie recipe? This is it! Using half and half in the filling makes the pie extra rich in flavor.
The crunchy pecan mixture is doubly delicious when piled on top of and underneath the pumpkin pie filling.
Here a fluffy springtime meringue comes to harvest season with the addition of pumpkin and traditional spices. The Brown Sugar Meringue completes the recipe.
Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg make this easy pumpkin pie a perennial favorite.
Families continue to reach for this classic holiday recipe that utilizes the convenience of canned pumpkin.
Purchased pumpkin butter and quick cooking rolled oats pastry sets this Christmas dessert apart from other pumpkin pie recipes.
Combine pumpkin, custard-flavor dessert mix, and toasted pecans to make this Southern variation of a Thanksgiving Day classic.
If you want to know how to make sweet-potato pie as silky smooth and buttery rich as what comes out of a Southern cook's kitchen, this is the recipe for you. Evaporated milk gives it a velvety texture, and a hint of lemon and dash of nutmeg keep the pie from becoming cloyingly sweet.
A sprinkle of hazelnuts and pastry decorations cut from dough scraps bring a new image to this must-have Thanksgiving pie.
Here's a delicious twist on the classic pumpkin pie. Create your own unique pattern when you swirl the mascarpone cheese mixture in.
Crushed gingersnap cookies and pumpkin pie spice add zip to the filling of this creamy dessert.
Cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg add spice to the creamy pumpkin orange filling in this favorite pie.
Some fat has been trimmed from the pastry, but the big calorie savings have been made in the spicy pumpkin filling for a healthy holiday alternative.
This pie is an irresistible blend of maple-pumpkin pie filling and a pecan, pine nut, and cashew topper. It's a sweet finale to Thanksgiving dinner.