Fan-Favorite Pies to Make for Thanksgiving
These pies are sure to be crowd-pleasers!
At Food Network, we have tons of tried-and-true recipes we swear by — and so do our fans! Thanksgiving pies are no exception, which is why we’ve rounded up the most popular pies on our site so you can be sure you’re making a crowd-pleaser this holiday.
Ina Garten’s pie crust is perfectly flaky while somehow holding together mountains of apple slices. It’s a magical feat only achievable with a recipe from Ina.
Throwdowns require creativity and Bobby Flay ups the ante on classic apple pie with a bourbon-maple whipped cream that will keep guests coming back for more.
Thanksgiving requires the classics like this foolproof Pecan Pie from Food Network Kitchen. This recipe is one you’ll use for years to come.
There’s no one we trust more than Ree Drummond when it comes to simple and scrumptious desserts and her Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pie doesn’t disappoint.
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For a pretty presentation, Trisha Yearwood makes her apple pie in a skillet then tops it with cinnamon whipped cream for even more festive flavor.
Alton Brown knows how to make the perfect airy meringue that will wow guests when piled high atop tangy lemon curd.