It's just not Turkey Day without a creamy sweet potato pie.
This may be a given, but you'll definitely want to round out your Thanksgiving meal with one (or two!) of these delicious sweet potato pie recipe ideas. A sweet potato pie is one of the most popular Thanksgiving dishes you could have on your dinner table—especially for the Southerners out there—and with good reason. The recipe is always a flavorful mix of savory and sweet, and with a creamy, hearty texture to boot, the whole thing is out-of-this-world delicious. Here, we've done most of the hard work for you: culling through the best sweet potato pie recipes out there to find the ones that will save you the most time and leave you feeling deliciously satisfied, in true Thanksgiving fashion.
You'll find everything from the classics to healthier versions, and even a few new recipes with some pretty creative ingredients (chai spiced sweet potato pie, anyone?). Whether you prefer to top yours with marshmallows and broil them to golden-brown perfection, or indulge in a scoop of vanilla ice cream, we promise you'll be happy with your choice. And if you're hosting Thanksgiving this year, you'll be making way more than sweet potato pie. Check out our best turkey recipes, side dishes, and pumpkin pies!
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