Top 10 Handheld Thanksgiving Desserts to Wow Your Friends and Family This Year

Everyone loves turkey, potatoes, stuffing and anything else that’s on the table at Thanksgiving, but what is the holiday without dessert?

Step away from the store-bought pies and branch out to these 10 amazing, handled desserts that everyone will love!

  1. Apple Pie Cookies

You could go with a regular apple pie, but why not choose something bite sized? You can never go wrong with cookies.

Recipe from ‘Crayons + Cravings’

  1. Strawberry Turkeys

If you love chocolate-covered strawberries, then these cute and tasty thanksgiving treats are for you.

Recipe from ‘My Heavenly Recipes’

  1. Mini Pumpkin Cheesecake

This dessert is perfect for thanksgiving if you want to sway away from a regular pumpkin pie.

Recipe from ‘The Girl Inspired’

  1. Pecan Pie Bites

Exactly like a regular pecan pie but mini, who wouldn’t love a bite sized version of this traditional thanksgiving dessert.

Recipe from ‘Belly Full’

  1. Pumpkin-shaped Rice Crispy Treats

Rice crispy treats hit right at home. Add a little twist, make it into a pumpkin and your guests will love them.

Recipe from ‘One Little Project’

  1. Air Fryer Apple Pie Bombs

If you’re a fan of your air fryer, then this dessert is for you! Everything an apple pie can offer but so much easier and faster.

Recipe from ‘I Am Baker’

  1. Carrot Cake Cheesecake Bites

These little bites are just like cake pops. They are perfect for the holidays.

Recipe from ‘Princess Pinky Girl’

  1. Mini Peanut Butter Pies

Peanut butter fans will love this dessert. They are so yummy and the perfect size to just pop in your mouth.

Recipe from ’Delicious Little Bites’

  1. Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars

There are so many ways to change up an apple pie, but if you love a little hint of salt in your dessert than these salted caramel bars are for you.

Recipe from ‘Sally’s Baking Recipes’

  1. Pumpkin Bars

Pumpkin pie bars will be a hit with your guests. The cream Cheese icing just melts in your mouth.

Recipe from ‘Persnickty Plates’

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