Are you looking for the best pumpkin dessert for Thanksgiving? I know that my family will freak if I don’t make pumpkin pie – they have already requested pies for our Thanksgiving dessert table. Really I do love everything pumpkin and have lists of pumpkin desserts that I am baking this fall. Pumpkin cookies, cakes, pies, cheesecakes, and brownies.
I just bought a case of pumpkin because I know it won’t be in the markets for long. This is what happens when the temperature drops in Maine. It smells like fall, with crisp, crunchy leaves and something triggers my brain to bake like it’s nobody’s business! Pumpkin just feels and tastes like fall. Scroll through the slideshow to see my favorite pumpkin desserts and some new ones that you may have never seen before…they could be your new favorite holiday pumpkin desserts!
Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake~Double layer of yummy cheesecake and pumpkin pie! Recipe here. Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog
Pumpkin Pound Cake with a Maple Glaze~Moist pumpkin pound cake with a perfect maple glaze top! Recipe here. Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog
Mom’s Best Pumpkin Pie~Nothing better than Mom’s pumpkin pie! Recipe here. Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog
Chocolate Chunk Pumpkin Bread~Chocolate chunk meets moist pumpkin bread! Recipe here. Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog
2-Ingredient Pumpkin Muffins~It doesn’t get any easier than this!Recipe here. Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog
Pumpkin Spice Pecan Toffee~Toffee with pumpkin spices and pecans.Recipe here. What A Girl Eats
Pumpkin Pie Tarts with Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream~These easy tarts are just like pumpkin pie, but when made in individual tart pans, they become the most beautiful dessert for your holiday meal! Recipe here. Delightful E Made
Pumpkin Pecan Crunch Bars~With a combination of packed pumpkin, buttered cake mix, pecans, sugar, and cinnamon, this sweet dessert will have you coming back for seconds…and maybe even thirds. Recipe here. Cooking With Libby
Click HERE for more Pumpkin Desserts
This Post originally aired on Parade, Community Table, written by Nettie Moore