Baking scalloped potatoes just got easier: This recipe can be prepped a day in advance and then stored, baked, and served in the same casserole dish (meaning fewer dirty dishes for you to clean later). Made with Gruyere cheese and baked to golden-crusted perfection, these spuds are bound to be devoured.
This cake is a great alternative to pumpkin pie if you've had your fill of the Thanksgiving classic. It's light and full of yummy spices, and the honey frosting adds just the right amount of sweetness. Bonus: If you don't have cake pans on hand, you can bake this delicious dessert in a 9-x-5-inch loaf pan.
These ooey-gooey brownies strike the perfect balance with rich chocolate, wholesome pumpkin, and a crunch of chopped hazelnuts (or another nut of your choice). Cut them into smaller squares for sweets-craving guests who didn't save room for a slice of pie after Thanksgiving dinner.
The combination of apples, dried apricots, cinnamon, and delicate phyllo dough (served with fresh whipped cream) makes this dessert a seasonally appropriate way to end Thanksgiving. No worries if you've no room for dessert; this strudel makes a great post-Thanksgiving breakfast.