Easy Dessert Worth Getting Stuffed For
Whether you’re choosing to gather in-person with family or not this Thanksgiving, dessert is a must. When it comes to the delicious goodness we look forward to so much—we don’t know about you, but—we want simple. We sourced seven easy pie desserts that you’ll definitely be saving room for (or loosening your belt for) this holiday:
Sheet Pan Pecan Pie
This recipe from MyHeavenlyRecipes.com stood out to us because really how much easier can it get? With a cookie sheet and an oven, you’re basically set! Essentially you will mix your crust, let it chill and then line the cookie sheet with the crust mixture. Then you combine your ingredients for the filling, pour it into the cookie sheet and bake! Click here to get the recipe!
Easy Apple Pie
This Apple Pie recipe from TheSeasonedMom.com is the perfect balance of homemade and store-bought. It starts with a store-bought pie crust but you’ll really give it that homemade taste with the six thinly sliced Granny Smith apples. In summary, you will press your store-bought pie crust into a 9-inch glass pie plate. In a large bowl mix up all of the filling ingredients and pour into the pie plate. Place a second pie crust on top of the apples and seal. Cut those classic slits and bake! It’s a classic favorite that you just can’t go without. Click here to get the recipe!
Fireball Whiskey Pumpkin Pie
If you want to give your Pumpkin Pie a little something extra, you’ll want to check out this Fireball Whiskey Pumpkin Pie recipe from KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com. This one is especially simple and calls for a store-bought crust – okay fine, twist our arm. All you need to do is beat the eggs, add in the pie filling ingredients and pour into a pie shell. Bake, chill and serve! It couldn’t be simpler. Click here to get the recipe!
Easy Apple Crumble Pie
Next up is a scrumptious looking Apple Crumble Pie from CakeWhiz.com. The star of this dessert is the topping, so it calls for a 9-inch unbaked, store-bought 9 pie crust and 21 ounces of canned apple pie filling. No shame in that game! Here’s the process in a pie shell (ha!): Bake the pie crust, let it cool and pour the pie filling in. Mix up your topping and sprinkle on top of the pie. Bake at 400 degrees 25-30 minutes and wahlah, a beautiful and delicious dessert. Click here to get the recipe!
Chocolate Chip Pie
Chocolate Chip PIE? Count us in please, erm twice. This pie is a yummy twist AFamilyFeast.com put on a Toll House classic. The steps to this favorite are simple: Prep the pie crust in the pie plate, mix up some cookie dough and spoon into the crust. Bake and serve with vanilla ice cream. Ooey gooey and yummy! Click here to get the recipe!
Pillsbury’s Perfect Pumpkin Pie
This Pillsbury Pumpkin Pie recipe only has seven ingredients total and one is a Pillsbury™ refrigerated pie crust so yes, it’s definitely on the list. This recipe is made in three quick steps: 1. Place pie crust in glass pie pan, 2. Mix up the ingredients and pour into the pan, 3. Bake and cool. Why have we been making Pumpkin Pie any other way? Click here to get the recipe!
No-Bake Oreo Cream Pie
This recipe from PrincessPinkyGirl.com might just take the pie (ha!) for the simplest recipe. With just five ingredients and five steps to make it (none of which include an oven) this is almost too easy. First you make the Oreo crust by crushing Oreo cookies. Then mix with melted butter and press into the pie plate and let it cool in the fridge. Next you make the filling by mixing cream cheese, powdered sugar, whipped topping and Oreo cookies and dropping it into the crust. Let it chill for an hour and there you have it… Oreo goodness! Click here to get the recipe!
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