8 Extremely Delicious Thanksgiving Desserts That Aren’t Pie

By Morgan Goldberg Posted November 21, 2016

Move over, pie.

No offense to the Thanksgiving turkey, but there’s a reason everyone saves room for dessert. Sweets are truly the main event and there is no reason you should limit yourself to just pie.

Here, 8 deliciously alternative ways to get your Thanksgiving dessert flavors fix.

1. Pumpkin Pudding with Mile-High Meringue

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Light and fluffy, this pudding can be one of many desserts on your plate.

2. Country Apple Galette

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We do love apple pie, but there’s something so delicate and beautiful about a homemade galette.

3. Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Brownie Crust

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Pumpkin, cheesecake and brownie all in one dessert? You shouldn’t need any convincing.

4. Caramel-Croissant Pudding

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This buttery bread pudding will be a hit on your dessert table and only takes 15 active minutes to prepare.

5. Quince Tarte Tatin

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Quince is an overlooked fall fruit and deserves its time to shine. You’ll love this twist on the classic French apple tart.

6. Pumpkin-Gingersnap Tiramisu

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Layers of pumpkin mascarpone custard and gingersnaps make for a delicious Thanksgiving tiramisu. Plus, it can be frozen for up to one week before serving.

7. Spiced Upside-Down Apple Bundt Cake

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Everyone appreciates a good Bundt. This one is topped with a salty streusel of pecans and rolled oats.

8. Vanilla-and-Cider Panna Cottas with Spiced Ginger Cookies

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No one will expect panna cotta—especially one made with apple cider.

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