13 Thanksgiving Desserts

These Thanksgiving desserts span traditional pies as well as a few unexpected surprises to ensure you end up with just the finish you crave for your holiday meal.

Maple Pumpkin Pie


Drunken Pumpkin Bourbon Tart


Pumpkin Meringue Pie


Pumpkin Sweet Potato Pie


Pumpkin Pots de Crème


Cranberry Apple Crostata


Sweet Potato Pie


Wine Poached Pears


Maple Pecan Pie


Pumpkin Ice Cream


Pumpkin Pecan Pie


Maple Cream Pie


Hot Buttered Rum Apple Pie

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    1. We do have keto recipes on the site, Donna. You can find them by clicking on the magnifying glass on the search bar, which will take you to our advanced search, where you can search by diet. For quick reference, this link will take you to the keto search results.

  1. I’m using a digital scale. What exactly should one cup of flour weigh? Do different types or brands of flour weigh differently? I like to weigh ingredients when baking and wish that more recipes included the weights, both for cooking and baking. I look forward to your recipes each day.

    Thank you,

    Linda D.

    1. Thank you, Linda! We appreciate you taking the time to say that! For our recipes, we use the standard of 135 grams/cup (4.75 oz/cup) for all-purpose flour. You will find that recipes that include weights generally use a weight of anywhere from 120 g/cup to 140 g/cup for all-purpose, however, we had our testers weigh flour extensively and this was the average weight. Other types of flour will have different weights (ie. whole wheat and bread flours are a bit heavier, whereas cake flour will be a little lighter). We do include weights on all of our recipes, and you can switch to a weight by using the US/Metric toggle switch above the ingredient list on the recipe. Happy baking!

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