5 Nutty Thanksgiving Pies

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It’s still October, but Thanksgiving will be here before you know it! Time moves quickly around the holiday season, so it’s good to be prepared. What better way to prepare than to start thinking about what type of Thanksgiving pies you’ll be whipping up this year? Let us give you a few suggestions straight from our recipe section.

1. Pecan Pie

Let’s start with a Thanksgiving pie classic: pecan pie!  If you and your family love  this dessert, we promise this recipe won’t disappoint. For this scrumptious pecan pie recipe, you’ll need Georgia pecans, lemon peel, brown sugar, and a few more ingredients. You can even make your own pie crust with our instant pie crust mix.

2. Chocolate Pecan Pie

Let’s take the classic pecan pie and add everyone’s favorite ingredient: chocolate. This chocolate pecan pie recipe is easy and delicious. Blend the goodness of unsweetened cocoa powder and Georgia pecans for pure pecan perfection.

3. Apple Raisin Crumb Pie

Now here’s a Thanksgiving pie that just screams fall: apple raisin crumb pie. This recipe not only gives you instructions for the pie filling, it also tells you how to make the yummy crumb topping. For this stunning pie, you’ll need apples, dark raisins, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and more.

4. Sunflower Pie

Sunflower pie is a delicious dessert for the adventurous holiday chef. Here are some of the ingredients you’ll need: brown sugar, sunflower margarine, salted and roasted sunflower seeds, chopped sunflower seeds.

5. Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

If you want a Thanksgiving pie that’s truly decadent, take a look at our chocolate peanut butter pie recipe. We all know how well chocolate and peanut butter go together, so why not combine them in a pie? For this recipe, you’ll need ingredients including cream cheese, peanut butter, semi sweet chocolate, and roasted peanuts.

What Thanksgiving pies are you planning on trying out? Make sure to let us know!

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