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30 Dessert Lovers Share Their Favorite Thanksgiving Dessert Ideas



A Thanksgiving feast isn’t complete without a delectable dessert to top off the meal. As fall approaches and Thanksgiving is near, you’re on the lookout for amazing Thanksgiving dessert ideas.

Of course, planning and preparing a big Thanksgiving feast is a lot of work. So why not choose a decadent done-for-you dessert? We offer an incredible collection of Thanksgiving desserts, from mini pumpkin cheesecakes to salted caramel apple wedges and other tasty chocolate dipped fruits, fall-themed fruit arrangements, and gift bundles featuring a little bit of all your fall favorites.

Choose a delightful fall fruit arrangement that pulls double-duty as a stunning table centerpiece. With fresh strawberries, leaf-shaped pineapple slices, cantaloupe wedges, and salted caramel apple wedges, it’s a delectable selection of fall flavors. Or, opt for a party platter or a fall favorites box filled with mini cheesecakes, chocolate dipped strawberries topped with festive orange Swizzle®, and our delicious salted caramel apple wedges. With many decadent Thanksgiving desserts to choose from, you’ll find the perfect Thanksgiving dessert the whole family will enjoy.

For more delicious Thanksgiving dessert ideas you might want to try, we put out a call for ideas and curated responses below. (Note: Edible Arrangements® is not endorsing any of the companies or ideas discussed below, but we asked for suggestions to get some different perspectives.) Keep reading to find out what the contributors who responded to our query had to say about their favorite Thanksgiving desserts.

“My favorite Thanksgiving dessert is an Upside Down Cranberry Cake.

Made with a bit of cornmeal, it has a buttery crunch around the edges and is slightly tart from the cranberries. People are surprised by how delicious cranberries can be when presented as a dessert, and I love that it pushes people outside of the typical Thanksgiving dessert ideas. You can have something nontraditional, and it still is fun and delicious.”

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