These light-and-creamy desserts pack a lot of fall flavor while staying under 200 calories per serving.
This apple pie recipe may be our fastest one yet. Make it in just over half an hour.
Finally a dessert that can suit every dietary restriction (gluten free, nut-free, and vegan) and doesn't taste like cardboard.
You can tell your oven to go off-duty for this sweet treat.
No oven required ... until it's time to roast the turkey.
Because the best kind of dessert is the one you don't even have to turn your oven on for.
So sophisticated. So refined. These fancy little pears are a welcome addition to a table full of pies.
This is basically a mouthful of chocolatey ganache goodness.
This white chocolate and cranberry combo is a match made in cookie-heaven.
This one could also double as Turkey Day brunch. Just add everything to a blender, then pour into a skillet and bake.
There are no words.
The combination of fresh pears, maple syrup, and crunchy almonds makes this caramelized dessert stand out from the rest.
This warm, nutty crumble relies on the natural sweetness in the berries instead of artificial sugars.
Here's a pie that not only feeds a crowd but has a little somethin' somethin' for both the crust lovers and haters.
Chocolatey, gooey and accented with the tart taste of cranberries, we give these cookies our Thanksgiving stamp of approval.
Apples are nice but give those other fall fruits a chance!
Forgo the usual pie crust and let pumpkin stand on its own. This dessert is proof that it can — and can do it well.
Everything is better in a deep dish crust.
The sweet caramel filling is the perfect contrast to your savory Thanksgiving dinner.
You're going to want to drizzle this homemade bourbon sauce on everything. Bye-bye maple syrup!
This year we are thankful that self saucing desserts are even a thing.
Your kid's table will flip for this adorable M&M's-topped giant brownie, but you might even catch some adults sneaking a few slices...
If you like corn bread, you're gonna love corn cake.
We've never met a puff pastry dessert we didn't like.
Pie and cake are nice and all, but sometimes you just want a brownie.
Thanksgiving and pie go hand in hand. Tempted to ditch the frozen stuff and make your own this year? Watch this video to learn how to make a simple but delicious homemade pie crust. But if you really want a shortcut, we would understand if you .
Use a sheet pan to turn everyone's favorite pie into one that can feed a whole crowd.