Food Network Kitchens made three classic Thanksgiving pies, and then remade each one with a twist.
Make your favorite classic Thanksgiving pies — pumpkin, apple and pecan — or try a new twist on an old favorite this year.
The Classic: Pumpkin Pie
A homemade crust filled with rich, traditionally spiced pumpkin custard is a highly-anticipated way to end a Thanksgiving feast.
Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Pie
The Twist: Amaretto Pumpkin Pie with Almond Praline
For an update on a favorite, Food Network Kitchens baked amaretto-spiced pumpkin custard in a cookie crust and topped it with sweet, crunchy almond praline.
Get the Recipe: Amaretto Pumpkin Pie With Almond Praline
The Classic: Apple Pie
Fill your home with the scent of hot apple pie and your guests' plates with slices of tart apple filling inside a buttery homemade crust.
Get the Recipe: Apple Pie
The Twist: Apple-Walnut Galette
For a new spin on apple pie, try a galette: a free-form pie that's baked on a baking sheet instead of in a pie plate. This version is sweetened with apricot preserves and stuffed with walnuts.
Get the Recipe: Apple-Walnut Galette
The Classic: Pecan Pie
Served with whipped cream or ice cream, homemade pecan pie is a quintessential dessert that no Thanksgiving menu should be without.
Get the Recipe: Pecan Pie
The Twist: Chocolate-Toffee Pecan Tart
Pecan pie gets a chocolatey makeover with a cocoa crust, and the topping is extra cruncy and sweet, like toffee candy.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate-Toffee Pecan Tart