5 Slab Pies that Feed a Crowd

These extra-large pies are perfect for Thanksgiving dessert.

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Food Network Kitchen’s Four In One Thanksgiving Pie, as seen on Food Network.

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Renee Comet

You can never have too much Thanksgiving pie and these recipes are big enough to go around — a few times! Not a crust person? Grab a square from the middle. All about crispy edges? A corner is the way to go. No matter what kind of slice you prefer, there's a piece for everyone when it's made in a sheet pan.

Four-Flavor Sheet Pan Pie (pictured above)

One of the best parts of a big pie is that you can incorporate all your favorite flavors into one recipe. In this case, you can bake an apple, pumpkin, pecan and cherry pie all at once.

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Party Feature_ My Favorite Pie

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Ryan Liebe, Ryan Liebe — 2016

This sweet and chocolatey nut pie is made even prettier with a lattice crust. Guests will most certainly be impressed!

Food Network Kitchen’s Pumpkin Pie in a Sheet Pan.

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Matt Armendariz

Everyone wants a piece of pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving and now you’ll have enough for 16 servings!

The dish Lemon Pecan Slab Pie with Trisha Yearwood, as seen on the Friendsgiving Feast episode of The Kitchen, Season 15.

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Anders Krusberg

Trisha Yearwood’s extra-large pecan pie has a citrusy secret ingredient.

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Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Store-bought pie crusts make this gorgeous fruit pie even easier.

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