Foolproofed recipes for Thanksgiving's best pies, cakes, crumbles, and beyond.
Roasted butternut squash and homemade condensed milk are the secret ingredients to the best pumpkin pie around. http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/11/bravetart-butternut-pumpkin-pie-recipe.html
Does the idea of making your own pie crust make you quiver in your boots? Never fear, our unique recipe and step-by-step photo guide will lead you to tender, flaky perfection.
Our guide to how, when, why to blind bake a crust for single-crusted pies.
The world of pie is full of myths. (You can't make good pie dough on a humid day; acid will tenderize the crust; butter will make it tough.) We sort the fact from the fiction.
Step-by-step instructions for perfect applie pie with a bright apple flavor and a tender, buttery crust.
The secret to extra-smooth pumpkin pie? A little cream cheese in the filling. Here's our step-by-step illustrated guide to doing it just right.
You want something a little more elaborate for the Thanksgiving table? This pumpkin cheesecake features a gingersnap crust and candied nut topping.
The ideal dessert for a big crowd. Follow our step-by-step instructions for a craberry-apple pie that's large enough to feed over 16 guests.
Pecan is the easiest of the classic Thanksgiving pies. Our step-by-step illustrated guide makes it even simpler.
Roasted butternut squash and homemade condensed milk are the secret ingredients to the best pumpkin pie around.
Tender pears, gently spiced with vanilla and cardamom.
A no-fuss method for classic apple pie.
A fully DIY approach to a Southern classic.
Beautiful and crisp.
No food processor? No problem!
This is the pie for all you gooey-pie-lovers out there (and you know who you are).
Apple pie and pecan pie unite to form a pie that may be greater than either of the originals.
No pie plate? No problem! This easy to assemble rustic tart is even easier than pie.
A swirl of subtle cocoa flavor adds complexity to this pumpkin pie.
A rich caramel custard and a healthy dose of chocolate send this pecan pie over the edge.
The secret to this pie filling’s unbelievable texture is the addition of cream cheese, which, happily, also helps keep the crust from getting soggy and adds a little pleasant tang.
Apples and cranberries simmer in their own juices beneath a sweet and savory oatmeal crumble.
Dried cherries, dried figs, dried cranberries, currants, and raisins all pair beautifully with this apple pie.
A lighter, airier take on traditional pumpkin pie.
Ditch the can and use a homemade pumpkin purée for a more complex, satisfying flavor and texture.
Our pecan pie calls for honey, brown sugar, vanilla, and freshly roasted pecans for deeper, richer flavor and a big nutty crunch.
We’ve tested dozens of apple varieties, pie crusts, and baking techniques to develop the ultimate apple pie. Still easy as…you know.
Tender cider-poached apples to dress up your favorite desserts.
A bold dose of molasses and spices, plus buttermilk for a moist but fluffy crumb, makes this the perfect holiday dessert.
A classic autumn spice cake, flavored with pumpkin purée and finished with cream cheese frosting.
Roasted black sesame paste gives this brown sugar ice cream its characteristic color and flavor.
Brown butter and toasted pecans make a carrot cake that's extra nutty and rich.
Oreos in a creamy, scoop-shop form.
A fast and easy recipe for old-school chocolate chip cookies.
Make any dessert better with just four ingredients and five minutes of your time.
This is no pumpkin waffle—it's a nicely spiced, lightly sweet custard that cooks in the waffle iron in minutes.
You'll never have to choose between cheddar and ice cream again.
No oven space? No problem. This fruit crisp is made on the stovetop from start to finish.
Tart apples and raisins combine in this classic Austrian pastry.
Easier than pie and just as—if not more—delicious.
Skip the hot oven and make this creamy dessert.
These cookies marry the flavors of brown butter, pecans, and bourbon.
Invert your pumpkin pie this year by topping pumpkin pie filling with a ginger cookie crumble.
Ultra-creamy goat cheese, an almond flour crust, and fig jam make for an elegant, almost savory dessert.
There's a reason that brickle is also called 'crack'—this stuff is crazy addictive.
The key to this New Orleans-style bread pudding? Double the cream, double the eggs, and add a splash of bourbon.