When it comes to Thanksgiving dessert it is clearly a pie time, nobody can argue with that. Perry’s Ice Cream Thanksgiving Dessert Guide adds a twist to the classic tradition: why serve pie and ice cream, when you can have two-in-one? Our Thanksgiving dinner desserts are very easy to make, some of them require ZERO preparation!
You will need:
You will surprise your family and guests with not your usual Vanilla on the side of the Apple Pie. Serve Apple Pie (or Pumpkin Pie) ice cream!
Photo via Wishes and Dishes
Serves as a perfect follow up dessert on Thanksgiving day! Find the recipe via our Inside Scooper, Ashley of Wishes and Dishes.
The ultimate pie, a pie of all pies. Simple and easy – follow the recipe via Wishes and Dishes post.
This is one of the recipes in our guide that needs more work, however – it pays off. Your pie will be the talk of the town! Find the recipe here by our Inside Scooper – Foodie with Family.
A fun idea for any holiday gathering – give your family members a dream job they always wanted – ice cream testing. You can even ask everybody to rank the flavors, so you know which one is the crowd-pleaser for your next 4th of July picnic!
This is once more a recipe that requires a bit more time, but the result will become your family’s favorite, guaranteed! Another of our Inside Scoopers, Mel has the recipe all explained for you!
Photo by Buffalo Foodie
Finally a Thanksgiving dessert that does not require any preparation, but picking it up from the store. We’ve combined pumpkin ice cream with swirls of whipped cream and pie crust pieces – what more can you ask for? It is ready to be served. Use our Flavor Finder tool to locate the store near you to pick it up. Additionally, check with your local Wegmans.
Another classic Thanksgiving pie ala mode – all in one! Apple pie just how Grandma made it. Delicious pecan swirls with cinnamon pie crust pieces in apple ice cream. Use our Flavor Finder tool to locate the store near you to pick it up. Additionally, check with your local Wegmans.
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