5 Best Thanksgiving Pies
We searched through classic pies and healthy pies and we found the 5 Best Thanksgiving Pies to serve to your family and friends this holiday. We've included some traditional pies for Thanksgiving as well as the most popular pies for Thanksgiving. Check out our best Thanksgiving pie list below!
Sam, at Sugar Spun Run, baked 8 different pies before she settled on this recipe as being the BEST Pecan Pie recipe. Take advantage of her taste testing and include this pie on your Thanksgiving table.
Get the full recipe at Sugar Spun Run.
Paula Deen's Apple Pie
Not just any apple pie, but Paula Deen's Apple Pie. You KNOW it's good if the queen of the kitchen is baking. I love using a tart apple, like Granny Smith, in my apple pies to balance out the sweetness of the pie filling.
Get the full recipe at Something Swanky.
Who wants a mouth full of blue-stained teeth? I sure do if it means eating some of this delicious, homemade blueberry pie. 5 cups of juicy sweet blueberries get wrapped in flaky, buttery pastry and baked to heavenly perfection. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a memorable treat. This recipe includes a crumble crust option if you would prefer it over the pastry.
Get the full recipe at Just So Tasty.
If we're talking about traditional pies for Thanksgiving we have to include a pumpkin pie! Pumpkin pie is a relatively easy pie to make, and you can make it even easier by subbing canned pumpkin for fresh pumpkin.
Get the full recipe at Midget Momma.
Butterscotch pie has a delightfully smooth texture and is very similar to Dulce de Leche. This is one of our favorite pies for fall because it's unexpected but still fits the tone of Thanksgiving.
Get the full recipe at Saving Room for Dessert.
As a bonus, I'm including the best pie crust recipe I have ever found! I get so many compliments when I use this crust and it's the most buttery, flaky crust you could ever hope for. This recipe calls for a food processor, but I love the process and the final product of using a pastry blender instead.
Check out the full recipe at Martha Stewart.