Thanksgiving Dessert Recipe Ideas
A Thanksgiving meal is never complete unless it ends with a delicious Thanksgiving dessert recipe idea. Here are a few Thanksgiving dessert recipe ideas your family will love.
One of the pies that everyone looks for is Pumpin Pie. It might take a little time but fresh Pumpkin is very tasty. If you don't have time, canned pumpkin will suffice, and your family will forgive you.
Remember that pumpkin does not have to be limited to pies. Try some pumpkin muffins with raisins. Pureed pumpkin can be used to make a pudding type of dessert with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a dolop of whipped cream that will satisfy any taste bud. Pumpkin bread is a sweet bread that you can sprinkle confectionary sugar on top or coat it with a lemon glaze.
My family prefers Sweet Potato Pie, sweet potatoes kind of drop in price around the Thanksgiving season. Sweet Potato Pie is a tradition in many households for Thankgsgiving dinner. Cooks and chefs alike spice the Sweet Potato Pie with nutmeg, cinnamon, and lemon extract. After a Thanksgiving feast, you can rarely find leftver Sweet Potato Pie.
An All-American favorite is Apple Pie. There are a number of varieties of apples that can be found this time of year. One apple that a number of cooks use for their Apple Pies (just can't make one) is the Granny Smith apple. It's an apple that holds up well after being cooked. Granny Smiths are a little tart, so you may want to mix it up with other apple cuts.
More sugary tasty apples that you might want to use in your pies are Johnathan apples, Gala apples, or Fuji apples. Remember that the sweeter the apple, the less sugar you will need.
You can bake your pies with a crumb topping or a flaky butter crust. If you're in a pinch, you can use canned pie filling, but you will definitely taste the difference.
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Maybe this year you want to take a break from baking. You can always try some no-bake recipes. that can definitely replace baked goods. Everyone enjoys pudding, which not only comes in vanilla and chocolate, but pther flavors as well. Why not try butterscotch for a change. Ice cream is always a crowd pleaser, so why not provide your family and dinner guests with a variety of toppings(flavored syrups, cherries, nuts, etc.)and let them create thie own dessert creations. The older diners might not understand it, but the kids will love you for it.
What's in store for your holiday diners this year? Add a few easy dessert ideas to the
and make the job easier for you, but still sweet for everyone else.