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Is there such a thing as too many desserts at Thanksgiving? Probably, but don’t let that stop you. We’ve collected 23 of the best holiday-worthy sweets recipes from our archives to help you finish off your holiday meal the right way.

Fluffy Pumpkin Buttermilk Pie, above. If you think you don’t like pumpkin pie, try this one — the gingersnap crust caramelizes and provides a crunchy texture boost, while the filling is light and fluffy thanks to whipped egg whites.

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Bourbon Pecan Pie. Featuring a higher than normal nut-to-filling ratio (meaning less goop, more crunch). This also happens to be vegan.

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Apple Gingerbread Cake. Hot take: You’re allowed to serve cake instead of pie at Thanksgiving. It’s your meal; you can do what you want.

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Pumpkin Hazelnut Bars. Easier to transport than a pie, with a hazelnut shortbread crust and a filling based on canned pumpkin.

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Two-Bite Gingerbread Whoopie Pies. The filling is flavored with lemon, but we’re thinking some rehydrated dried cranberries (perhaps soaked in orange liqueur?) would be nice folded in as well.

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Tunisian Marzipan Flowers. Use pumpkin seeds or pecans to decorate. If you’re crafty, we bet you could shape them into little turkeys.

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