If you are looking for a twist on some traditional Thanksgiving Desserts, check out these yummy recipes we found. They look delicious as well as easy to prepare. Yes, everyone may be full by the time you are ready to put out your Thanksgiving Desserts, but no one can resist a taste.  We feel these dessert recipes will have your friends and family coming back for more.

We love pumpkin, we love oatmeal and we love chocolate chips ~ what could not be absolutely yummy about these Chewy Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies from Sally’s Baking Addiction. Plus, if you have any left over, they are easy enough to store and enjoy for the week following Thanksgiving.

From Sally’s Baking Addiction

I usually make Chocolate Pecan Pie for Thanksgiving. I had found my traditional recipe in a cookbook I had purchased on the top of Snowmass Mountain in Colorado but am always ready to try another one. If your guests love chocolate, and love pecans they will love this Fudgy Chocolate Pecan Pie from Real Housemoms

From Real Housemoms

Pumpkin in any form is savored on Thanksgiving and throughout the rest of the Holiday Season. Give these Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars with Gingersnap Crust from Creme de la Crumb a try. We know they will not disappoint.

From Creme de la Crumb

Donuts you say? Yup and these are baked and in just the right size for sampling and savoring. Enjoy these Baked Gingerbread Mini Donuts from Pinch of Yum. These are also easy to store and enjoy the week after Thanksgiving dinner.

From Pinch of Yum

Sweet Potatoes are always a favorite at the Thanksgiving Holiday. Most people say they always have leftover from their dinner recipes, so why not use some for dessert?  Enjoy this Silky Sweet Potato Pie  recipe from Serious Eats.

From Serious Eats

These also looked good so we couldn’t resist adding some more for you to try:

What would Thanksgiving Dinner be without at least one Pumpkin Pie.  Perfect Pumpkin Pie from Once Upon a Chef

From Once Upon a Chef

Light and delicious ~ French Silk Pie from Cooking Classy

From Cooking Classy

Not a dessert but I LOVE Baked French Toast. Try this Pumpkin French Toast from Minimalist Baker the morning after Thanksgiving!

From Minimalist Baker