PSA: Each of these crazy-delicious pies can be made a day or two in advance. This means you can have them ready long before you mash the potatoes or roast the bird on Thanksgiving ... and end up with one less thing to stress about on the big day.
Sweeten this tried-and-true classic (whipped cream included!) with a splash of maple syrup.
Expecting a crowd? Forget the pie plate and pull out your instead. Our slab pie feeds almost twice as many as its standard 9-inch cousin.
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This gem of a recipe can be made on Tuesday, then covered with plastic wrap and stored in the fridge for Thursday.
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It's a no-brainer: Crust is the trickiest part of the pie. Watch this video to learn how to make the perfect, flaky pie crust time and time again.
Top any and every pumpkin pie recipe (yep, the store-bought kinds, too!) with this boozy cream.
Merge a Christmas favorite with a Thanksgiving classic for the ultimate end-of-year dessert.
A chocolate cookie crust and cocoa powder-infused filling makes this marbled masterpiece perfect for your resident chocolate enthusiast.
With walnuts, coconut oil, pumpkin and figs, you'll never know that this vegan pumpkin pie is dairy and egg-free.
Ditch the crust for a healthier pumpkin pie option — we know it's all about the pumpkin pie filling (and the whipped cream).
Forget fussy, flaky pastry dough. Crush a bag or two of , mix with melted butter and press into a sheet pan for this easiest, tastiest short-cut crust.
Sure, you can serve a slice of pie with a scoop of ice cream. Or, you can just cut to the chase and stir some frozen dairy straight into the filling.
With six ingredients, you can put these two-bite pies together in under an hour. The hardest part will be waiting for your guests to arrive before popping 'em into your mouth!
Swap in sweetened condensed milk for heavy cream to get a silkier, creamier, more indulgent filling. Take things to the next level by serving it in a cookie crust.
Want your dessert to really standout this Thanksgiving? This sneaky idea says it all.
We're giving this decadent pumpkin pie an A+ for presentation because it's almost too pretty to eat.
Canned coconut milk works as a delicious, dairy-free alternative to heavy cream in this recipe. Spread the word to your lactose-intolerant guests that it's safe for them to indulge.
We'll take leaf cut-outs and sugared cranberries over a complicated lattice crust any day.
Excuse us while we go put on our comfiest sweaters and eat this entire pie.
Yes, these pumpkin pies have been deep-fried. No, you do not have to share them with anyone.
What else is there to say? The name pretty much covers it all —salty, boozy, sweet and delicious.
With a savory sesame crust, this gorgeous pie is perfect for all the people who hate anything too sweet.
As if you needed another reason to collect Mason jars...