Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Desserts Made Simple: Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Can you believe Thanksgiving is two days away?!?! That means you’ve got two days to finish your grocery shopping for the big day. I’m sharing some of my favorite Thanksgiving dessert recipes with you today.

My Favorite Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Chocolate Pumpkin Bread this dessert is simple to make and relies heavily on the Libby’s Pumpkin Bread mix. Adding chocolate chips to the mix will give the bread the wow factor your family was looking for in their dessert options. Get all the recipe details HERE.

Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

Thanksgiving Pie Crust Cookies are quickly becoming one of my favorite desserts to make for family and friends.  They are a simple way to add a festive flair to a sweet and you can pick up the cookie/fondant cutters at most any craft/baking supply store. Check out the recipe details HERE.

Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

CopyKat Recipe: Ukrop’s Chocolate Chess Pie this recipe will bring back memories of the past for Richmonders. This pie requires a minimum amount of ingredients and is one of my favorites. Whenever I serve this pie, there are hardly ever leftovers. Check out the recipe details HERE.

Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

No Bake Pumpkin PIe is a quick and simple alternative to a traditional pumpkin pie. I’m not always a fan of no-bake desserts, but this one will keep your guests happy. You’ll want to make sure the Cool Whip and cream cheese are at room temperature to ensure the dessert mixes well. Check out the recipe details HERE.

No Bake Pumpkin PIe

Pearl’s Pecan PIe is the dessert recipe that will be making a repeat performance at my Thanksgiving table! Baking this pie makes me feel incredibly close to my great-grandmother, it seems only fitting that the pie finds a place on my table. Check out the recipe details HERE.

Pecan Pie Recipe

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Amanda is a native of Richmond, VA. She enjoys writing, blogging, traveling, shopping, and spending time with friends and family.

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