New Ideas for Thanksgiving Desserts

Wanting some new dessert ideas to end your Thanksgiving feast on a sweet note? We’ve found our top ten best new ideas for great Thanksgiving desserts from our Pinterest page. Want some more inspiration make sure you check out all of our Thanksgiving coverage on our blog and Pinterest boards.

Pumpkin Mousse

Compared to a pumpkin pie, the mousse is more subtly flavored, but still captures the essence of this quintessential Thanksgiving ingredient. Individually served in small cups or more generously in a parfait cup, pumpkin mousse would make an elegant addition to any Thanksgiving dinner table.


Mini Pumpkin Pies

Great way to portion out desserts – or even handle a buffet of deserts. We’re pretty sure you can take any pie and turn it into a miniature delight.

Super cute idea - take a mini approach to the traditional pumpkin pie by using store bought pie dough and muffin tins. Recipe courtesy of

Caramel Apple Cheesecake Crumble Bars

So delicious – these bring cheesecake to the ultimate dessert spread.

Move over apple pie - bring on these delicious and scrumptious cheesecake bars. Another great make-a-head dish.

Apple Pie Cake

The absolute easiest apple pie you will ever make. Just mix, bake, and enjoy.

The easiest apple pie ever - because there is no crust to roll out. Plus it uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. #Thanksgiving

Salted Caramel & Chocolate Pecan Pie Bars

Salted Caramel anything goes to the top of the list – but combine it with chocolate and pecan pie? Well if it’s wrong, we don’t want to be right.


Pumpkin Crunch Cake

Once again putting pumpkin in new and exciting areas.


Slow Cooker Chocolate Bread Pudding

Save some room in your oven for Mr. Turkey and all his friends but fixing dessert in the slow cooker. Top with a bit of whip cream for a yummy treat.


Baked Pears

There is always someone on a diet – so why not serve this great and simple dessert.


Cranberry Upside Down Cake

Don’t just save cranberries for sauce – take the unofficial fruit of Thanksgiving to the dessert round with this delicious cake.