Happy Thanksgiving.

There are no less than six things you’ll miss on Thanksgiving if you’ve never had it before.

It’s the first day of school, which means it’s a holiday that everyone is really excited about.

It means the world is full of people and it means that there are no fewer than six people who will actually make a big deal about this day.

It is, however, one of the worst holidays of the year.

It also means you’ll want to eat at least one healthy dessert this year, and that’s pretty much all you’ll get this year.

So here are five Thanksgiving recipes that are worth getting excited about on this holiday.

#1.

Baked Pumpkin Pie This pumpkin pie is filled with sweet pumpkin pie, caramelized walnuts, and a sprinkle of pumpkin spice and cinnamon.

It can be a bit messy, but this is one of those desserts that can be done at home.

If you can’t get enough of pumpkin pie and want to try something new, you can make your own pie crust.

It takes about 20 minutes to make, but you don’t have to use any fancy equipment.

Just follow the steps below and the pie will be ready in just a few minutes.

#2.

Peanut Butter Butter Cookie Cake This chocolate peanut butter cake is filled to the brim with chocolate peanut butterscotch peanut butter frosting and topped with creamy vanilla marshmallow glaze.

You’ll want some chocolate sprinkles in this cake for extra flavor.

You can even serve it over cookies for a holiday dessert.

If that’s not your thing, you could always make your favorite version of this cake at home, and then freeze it in an airtight container.

You could also make this chocolate cake at least three months ahead, and it would be perfect for any occasion.

#3.

Pea and Apple Pie Pea and apple pie is one hell of a treat.

It features a layer of fresh pea, apples, and whipped cream, topped with a drizzle of maple syrup.

If your pumpkin pie has a chocolate frosting, this is a perfect holiday dessert for you.

#4.

Pumpkin Pie and Cream Pie Pumpkin pie is a favorite with everyone, and you can find it in nearly every household.

But you won’t find it at your local store anymore, so get your baking supplies and make your pie the old-fashioned way at home!

You can make this recipe at home with the help of this easy to follow step-by-step video.

#5.

Cauliflower and Chocolate Cheesecake This cauliflower and chocolate cheesecake is an easy and delicious holiday dessert to share.

It has an extra layer of the topping, which makes it perfect for anyone who loves eating chocolate.

#6.

Sweet Potato Casserole This sweet potato casserole is filled for dessert with roasted sweet potatoes, a drizzled maple syrup, and an extra dash of maple glaze that will keep it topped off.

If it’s your first time making this recipe, make sure you try it at home before making it the old fashioned way.

#7.

Creamy Pumpkin Pie with Cinnamon Glaze If you’re new to pumpkin pie or you’re looking for a new one to try, this recipe is an old-timey favorite.

It uses traditional pumpkin pie spices like cinnamon and ginger, plus maple syrup to make a pumpkin pie that is full-of-stirring.

You don’t need any fancy ingredients, but don’t forget to make this dessert at home too.

#8.

Pumpkin Cake with Pumpkin Spice Caramelized Walnuts and Maple Syrup This holiday cake is a delicious one that you’ll really want to make.

The caramelized butter and cinnamon flavor will keep you happy for the entire holiday.

It will be an easy way to add a festive touch to your Thanksgiving dinner.

#9.

Pumpkin Spice Cake with Maple Syrups and Cranberries If pumpkin pie isn’t your thing this holiday season, then this pumpkin spice cake might be your thing.

It doesn’t have as much pumpkin pie spice as the others, but the chocolate caramelized almond and vanilla butter adds a bit of extra spice.

You just need to give it some time to set up in the oven, and this cake will be perfect to bring to a party or a special occasion.

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