Thanksgiving is all about two things: family and eating. Even after filling up on turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing, the meal isn’t compete without a slice or two of pie. We asked some of our favorite food bloggers across the internet to share their favorite pie recipes that make saving room for dessert worth it:

classic apple pie in personalized dish

It is hard to go wrong with a classic apple pie and Alicia at The Baker Upstairs definitely didn’t. She made a wonderful apple pie filling and finished it off with a beautiful lattice crust on top. You can get her full recipe here.

pear apple spelt and oat crisp pie

Quelcy at With the Grains was running short on time before her trip to the Midwest, so she skipped the pie crust altogether and made a pear, apple, spelt, and oat crisp. Once she arrived at her snowy destination she got to enjoy her crisp with coffee for breakfast.

peanut butter pie with brownie crust

Over at A Savory Feast, Jenna decided to update one of her favorite pies, peanut butter, with a brownie crust to give this already delicious pie a chocolate kick. Check out her recipe here.

caramel apple pecan pie in a personalized dish

Crystal needed some help narrowing down which pie to make this Thanksgiving, so she hosted a taste test of four different pies. Her winner was a delicious looking caramel apple pecan pie. You can read more about her taste test and get the recipe for the winning pie at Simply Playful Fare.

cherry cheesecake pie with whipped cream

Nicole decided to stray from the fall flavors typically used in Thanksgiving pies and made a cherry cheesecake fluff pie. The best part of this recipe? It doesn’t require any baking! You can get the full recipe at Or Whatever You Do.

creamc heese pumpkin pie

It isn’t Thanksgiving without some pumpkin pie and Soni at Soni’s Food clearly agrees as she made a cream cheese pumpkin pie for her Thanksgiving dinner. You can get all the details of this classic pie with a twist here.

 

 

Pie is truly the best way to wrap up a Thanksgiving meal, and as these bloggers proved you don’t have to stick to a simple pecan or pumpkin recipe to have an amazing Thanksgiving dessert.