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30+ of the BEST Fall Dessert Recipes

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Are you in the mood for pumpkin spice? Craving caramel? Dreaming of all things apple? Then this roundup of Over 30 of the Best Fall Dessert Recipes is for you! Each recipe is easy to make and full of your favorite fall flavors, from flaky apple pie bites to creamy pumpkin lush. Yum!

Slice of no bake cheesecake with pumpkin bread crust sitting on a white surface

Meet Your New Favorite Fall Baking Treats!

Today’s post is all about my favorite time of year: fall! When the air begins to turn cool and crisp, it’s so fun and rewarding to crank up the oven and bake something cinnamon-filled or pumpkin-spiced, right? From pies and cakes to bars and cookies, there are endless opportunities to channel classic fall flavors into special snacks and treats that your family will love. And this list of more than thirty amazing fall recipes is sure to inspire you. You might just find a new favorite (or two, or three…)

Of course, you may live in a warmer area, and if so, maybe it’s not really all that cool and crisp outside! Still, check out these desserts—lots of them are chilled or no-bake! From creamy chilled pies and layered bars to autumn-inspired cheesecake, they are so refreshing and indulgent, you’ll want to make them year-round!

So let’s get into the recipes!

Mini pumpkin pies topped with piped whipped cream

Impossible Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes

What is an impossible pumpkin pie cupcake, you ask? It’s a delightful mini pumpkin pie you can hold in your hands! Made in a muffin tin, each is the perfect size for an individual serving of pie. They’re made with all of the usual ingredients you’d put into a pumpkin pie, so die-hard pie lovers will love them.

For “frosting,” I use whipped cream, to make them just like a real pumkpin pie, but you could use any frosting or topping you like. So this year, instead of the usual, why not make a batch of these adorable mini pies, instead?

Cream Cheese Stuffed Carrot Bundt Cake Topped with Orange Glaze and Chopped Nuts

Cream Cheese Stuffed Carrot Cake with Orange Glaze from Carlsbad Cravings

Swirled with a sweet cream cheese filling, this dark and spicy carrot cake is perfect for a cool, crisp fall day. Like a standard carrot cake, this one is rich and moist and full of soft, sweet grated carrot, cinnamon and other spices, and chopped pecans. But from there, you add a sweet cream cheese filling, and an orange cream cheese glaze when it’s out of the oven. Seriously delicious, folks.

I would serve this with a cup of coffee for the adults, and a glass of milk or apple cider for the kids! This dessert is so elegant, I think it’s a great choice for a holiday or other special occasion. The Bundt cake slices are so pretty on the plate, don’t you think?

A square of pumpkin spice sugar cookie bars with cream cheese frosting on a whitewashed wooden surface with cinnamon sticks

Pumpkin Spice Sugar Cookie Bars from Delightful E Made

Pumpkin pie meets sugar cookies in these easy and pretty bar cookies from Delightful E Made! The base of the bar cookies is a sweet sugar cookie dough with added pumpkin. This dough is dense buttery, and perfect for pressing into a baking pan. In the oven, it turns slightly crisp and crumbly on the bottom, while staying rich and moist on top.

From there, you’ll make a smooth, creamy frosting with cream cheese and pumpkin spice. Spread onto the cooled bars, the frosting makes this one indulgent bake! It’s a perfect treat for after school, or to make on the weekends with the kids.

A graphic with unbaked snickerdoodle dough balls on a cookie sheet, fancy lettering that says "Pumpkin Snickerdoodles, and a stack of baked pumpkin snickerdoodles below.

Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

Ah, snickerdoodles. If you love soft sugar cookies, then you will crave these. Just like a classic snickerdoodle, these cookies are buttery, perfectly sweet, and rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking. Each one is like a little pillow, perfectly moist and chewy with an airy, soft texture.

But to make them extra-perfect for fall, this recipe incorporates pumpkin! Real pumpkin puree gives them a pretty color and that creamy pumpkin flavor which goes perfectly with the slightly tangy snickerdoodle dough. And to top it all off, this may be one of the easiest recipes ever!

A square of layered pumpkin lush dessert, topped with caramel and nuts, on a small white plate.

Pumpkin Lush

Have you ever had a “lush” dessert? Made with several layers of cold and creamy goodness, any kind of “lush” dessert is a special treat… but this easy no-bake pumpkin lush might just be my favorite. It’s made with a graham cracker crust, pumpkin-spice pudding, and a creamy whipped cream topping. Then the whole thing is decorated with caramel drizzle and chopped pecans. Yum.

I love that this dish is super easy to pull together, and looks like a showstopper. Pro tip: It can be tricky slicing and serving such a soft dessert, so to get neat slices, I recommend placing the pumpkin lush in the freezer to harden a little bit. From there, plate and serve, maybe with a cup of rich, dark coffee or your favorite hot cocoa!

A close up shot of a slice of classic pecan pie on a white saucer.

Grandma’s Famous Pecan Pie

Family recipes are the best, and this one is definitely one of our favorites. It’s an old-fashioned pecan pie, complete with a flaky pie crust, gooey filling, and golden-brown pecans on top. And with a prep time of only ten minutes, this classic pie is easy to pull together, even on a busy holiday morning.

Fair warning: if you try this version of pecan pie, you’ll never make any other. Why? It’s got a secret ingredient: orange zest! The addition of real orange flavor to the pie is an elegant, elevated twist that really sets it off. Top it with whipped cream, a scoop of ice cream, or nothing at all—it’s perfect, no matter how you “slice” it.

A serving plate with a pile of pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. A ceramic milk jug and brick wall are in the background of the shot.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

One cookie we never get tired of is chocolate chip. Whether they’re small and crispy, soft and chewy, or jumbo-sized and studded with chocolate chunks, we love every variation of this classic cookie! Which brings me to our new, fall-themed favorite: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!

That’s right, these buttery, brown-sugar bakes are perfect with an addition of pure pumpkin puree. The creamy pumpkin and chocolate chips are a match made in heaven! If you’re feeling extra festive, try one of these easy cookies with a pumpkin spice latte. Sheer heaven!

A bowl lined with colorful fabric, and filled with white-chocolate coated cheesecake balls topped with cookie crumbs.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Balls from Cakes Cottage

If you’re looking for a pumpkin-spiced no-bake treat, these might just be the perfect option. Pumpkin cheesecake balls are adorable, truffle-sized bites of real pumpkin cheesecake. But there’s no need for a bain-marie or springform pan in this recipe! These simple treats are easy to mix, roll, and chill (and eat!).

The cheesecake mix is made with real pumpkin, cream cheese, confectioner’s sugar, and gingersnaps. Are you drooling yet? From there, a simple white chocolate coating adds the perfect touch, making the cheesecake balls easy to eat and creating a pretty presentation.

A close-up shot of a square of of layered pumpkin lasagna dessert. Each layer is distinct and the serving is topped with chopped pecans.

Pumpkin Lasagna from OMG Chocolate Desserts

Pumpkin lasagna? You heard that right! But it’s not savory (although, now that I think of it, that could be good!). Anyway, this pumpkin lasagna is a sweet, lush-type dessert with several scrumptious layers! With a crumbly walnut crust, a layer of cream cheese filling, and a decadent vanilla-pumpkin layer, this is one heavenly recipe! A sweet whipped topping sets it off perfectly.

Sliced banana cake roll on a work surface dusted with powdered sugar and scattered with slices of fresh banana.

Banana Cake Roll with Cream Cheese Filling from Eat Cake for Dinner

While some of the desserts in this lineup are heavy and rich, this one is surprisingly light! It’s a fun play on banana bread and banana cake. A springy, light banana sponge cake is baked on a jelly-roll pan, and is then cooled and wrapped around smooth and creamy cheesecake filling. The beautiful spiral is so appealing when you cut into this cake! There’s no need for glaze or frosting on this dreamy dessert—a simple dusting of confectioner’s sugar is all you need.

A graphic with several photographs of apple pie bites, baked and unbaked, and "Crescent Apple Pie Bites" in bold lettering.

Apple Pie Bites

Apple Pie Bites are a sweet little treat when you don’t want to bake a whole pie! I love serving these as an after-school snack, or even a sweet weekend brunch/breakfast item. Each bite is made with a piece of tart green apple, dipped in melted butter, and then rolled up in crescent dough. They’re spiced with fragrant apple pie spice, sweet brown sugar, and crunchy pecans. Easy to make, and absolutely scrumptious!

A tall, thick slice of layered pumpkin cheesecake cake, frosted with cinnamon-cream-cheese buttercream-style frosting, on a white plate. The table is covered in burlap and gingham.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Cake

This recipe combines tender, moist layers of pumpkin cake with a center layer of actual cheesecake. It’s a very unusual recipe, but let me tell you, this is a match made in heaven! The textures complement each other perfectly, and so do the flavors of real pumpkin, spicy cinnamon, and sweet, creamy cheesecake. So decadent! My mouth waters just thinking about it. And if that weren’t enough, there’s the frosting! a perfectly balanced cream-cheese frosting unites the two cakes into one elegant dessert.

An unsliced caramel banana cake roll on a long white platter. The cake roll is dusted generously with powdered sugar, and iced horizontal lines of caramel drizzle.

Caramel Banana Cake Roll from Lady Behind the Curtain

Another jelly-roll style dessert, this recipe features a simple little banana cake, made light and fluffy thanks to whipped egg whites. There’s no need for spices or nuts here: just a classic vanilla cake with real mashed banana for extra moisture and flavor.

The filling is equally simple: cream cheese, brown sugar, and vanilla are blended with whipped topping to make a fluffy, sweet cream that goes perfectly with the cake. From there, a drizzle of caramel over the top is all it needs! This one is lovely with a cup of tea.

A graphic image with three photographs of the ingredients for chocolate turtle apple slices, the assembled chocolate turtle apple slices, and a close-up shot of a decorated chocolate turtle apple slice.

Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices from Mom Loves Baking

This unusual treat is made with a base of apple slices! If you like caramel apples and chocolate turtles, this treat will be just your style. Each apple slice is coated with a thick layer of tempered chocolate, and then drizzled with caramel and nuts. I love how pretty these look on a platter, and how the apple gives everything a sweet, tart crunch.

It’s like a lollipop, truffle, and caramel apple all in one. Yum!

A square of pumpkin cheesecake bar, topped with a small piped whipped cream rosette.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars from Yummiest Food

Three lovely layers here! I love the clean, appealing contrast of the different layers. The crust layer is a classic buttery graham cracker crust, which goes perfectly with the cheesecake layer in the center! This cheesecake layer is easy to whip up, and bakes firm and moist, just like a traditional cheesecake recipe. From there, you’ll pour a creamy pumpkin pie custard on top, and bake until firm. These bars slice beautifully, and make a great presentation arranged on a platter. .

A square of caramel apple crisp cheesecake bar on a white plate, with drips of caramel sauce all over the plate.

Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake Bars from Sugar Apron

Another caramel apple combination! This one is all about contrasting textures. A buttery oat-and-graham-cracker-crust is pressed into your baking dish to make the bottom layer. You know a dessert is going to be good when you start out that way!

From there, you’ll make a sweet, silky cream cheese layer. This decadent cream cheese filling is spiked with a bit of cinnamon and ginger, making it the perfect partner for the apple crisp topping: thinly sliced apples and a spiced, floury mixture of rolled oats, sugar, and coconut oil. A drizzle of caramel is the ultimate finishing touch.

Close up shot of Pumpkin Crumb Coffee Cake on a white saucer.

Pumpkin Crumb Coffee Cake from Collecting Memories

Something like a coffee cake, brownie, and pumpkin pie all in one, this dessert has a dense and moist texture that’s truly decadent, like a fudgy brownie (but without the chocolate).

From there, it’s all about fall flavor: pumpkin spice, with a sweet crumb topping. Perfection!

A square of cinnamon zucchini cake with cinnamon cream cheese frosting on a white plate with a cinnamon stick. The pan of cake is in the background.

Cinnamon Zucchini Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting from Six Sisters’ Stuff

I don’t know when zucchini took off as a baking ingredient, but I for one am glad that it did. Zucchini bread, zucchini muffins, and this amazing Cinnamon Zucchini Cake all take the humble veggie to new heights! Like carrots in carrot cake, the zucchini in zucchini bakes is a mild, moist ingredient that adds an almost nutty sweetness to the recipe. It pairs beautifully with the cinnamon and cream cheese frosting. Does this count as a side of veggies? Asking for a friend!

A square of Sea Salt Caramel & Carrot Poke Cake  on a white plate.

Sea Salt Caramel Carrot Poke Cake from Sugar & Soul

Poke cakes are probably the ultimate easy way to make a crazy-delicious dessert. You literally bake a cake, and then poke holes into it with a straw or chopstick, so that you can pour more yumminess right in! So indulgent! This fall-themed poke cake combines a flavorful carrot cake with sweetened condensed milk for an ultra-sweet and moist cake layer. The frosting is a fluffy whipped cream mixed with cream cheese pudding mix, and the whole thing is topped with pecans and salted caramel! Gorgeous!

A salted caramel apple snickers cake on a black plate, decorated with three caramel apples with very long, black stems.

Salted Caramel Apple Snickers Cake from Half Baked Harvest

What a showstopper! This dramatic cake has an artistic design perfect for Halloween. The cascading layers of chocolate ganache and caramel look simply gorgeous, not to mention the amazing apple decoration dipped in caramel. But the real star of this cake is what’s underneath: three layers of chocolate-and-applesauce spice cake, frosted in a nougat-like peanut butter frosting. Whew! It’s a combination of Snickers and apple—pretty much everything you could want!

Two shots of Caramel Apple Crescent Ring, one on a black plate with a cup of glaze in the center, and the other a serving size portion on a white plate.

Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Crescent Ring

Who doesn’t love a soft crescent ring? I have a weakness for any type of pastry, especially pastry with cream cheese filling! This one is so easy to make, using easy ingredients: crescent roll dough, apple pie filling, cream cheese, and pre-made caramel sauce. Serve this easy danish-style bake with a cup of hot coffee, for breakfast, a snack, or a dessert.

Two Pumpkin Whoopie Pies balanced on top of each other, each filled with piped cream filling.

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

Fun, right? I love whoopie pies. They’re cute to look at, fun to eat, and one of my favorite easy fall desserts. What could be better? For fall, these little pumpkin whoopie pies are just right. Each soft, cakey cookie is made with creamy pumpkin and cinnamon. They’re delicious even without filling! But sandwiched around sweetened cream cheese frosting, they’re utterly perfect. I like to serve these for afternoon snacking, or even for the holidays.

Three pumpkin cream cheese muffins on a beige tabletop. The muffin in the foreground has been cut in half to reveal the cream cheese filling.

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins

Muffins are a favorite around here, whether for breakfast or just for a treat. And these pretty pumpkin muffins are extra special, because they’re filled with our super-easy cream cheese filling! All you have to do is mix powdered sugar with cream cheese, and you’ve got the perfect filling mixture for just about any bake! The buttery cinnamon-crumb topping is also easy to make, and really puts these muffins over the top. You’ll want to sprinkle it over everything you bake!

A shot of nine pumpkin bars neatly arranged on a tray, with the recipe overlaid on the photo.

Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting from Sugar Apron

Another classic pumpkin bar with cream cheese frosting, these are a traditional recipe that’s cakey and moist. If you want a simple, sweet pumpkin bar without too many bells and whistles, this is the one! The flavor is sweet and cinnamon-y, and the ginger gives it a great kick—a little bit like pumpkin gingerbread. Everyone will want seconds!

A partially sliced Pumpkin Cake Roll on a cutting board, dusted with powdered sugar.

Top Rated Pumpkin Cake Roll from Taste of Home

This classic pumpkin roll is so highly rated, you know it’s going to be amazing! The pumpkin sponge cake is lightly spiced with cinnamon, and the old-fashioned frosting is made with cream cheese, butter, vanilla, and confectioner’s sugar. Additionally, this cake freezes beautifully, so you can make it ahead and keep it in your freezer! Just thaw it and cut it the day you’re ready to serve.

Pecan-topped cheesecake pumpkin bars clustered together on a white surface with autumn leaves in the background.

Cheesecake Pumpkin Bars from Great Grub Delicious Treats

Cheesecake and pumpkin pie are obviously a favorite combination, and for good reason! In this recipe, they’re combined into pretty layered bars with a Biscoff cookie crust! Yes, Biscoff cookies, as in the famous cookie behind the cookie butter craze! And to top it off (literally), candied pecans grace the top of these decadent bars. Perfect for Thansgiving, Christmas, or anytime!

A tall slice of No-Bake Triple Layer Pumpkin Pie on a clear glass plate, with autumn leaf and stem decorations underneath.

No-Bake Triple Layer Pumpkin Pie from Art and the Kitchen

As much as I love baking, I also love the occasional no-bake dessert. This one doesn’t disappoint. With three distinct layers of no-bake cheesecake, no-bake pumpkin pudding, and whipped cream, this is an over-the-top pie that will have everyone’s mouth watering! You’ll want to chill it well, and use a sharp knife (maybe dipped in hot water) to slice it neatly!

A wooden tray of Pie Crust Leaf Chips, with a bowl of creamy Cinnamon Dip right next to it. One cinnamon leaf chip is partially dunked in the creamy dip.

Pie Crust Leaf Chips and Cinnamon Dip from Pampered Chef

Possibly the cutest Fall snack ever! I love this easy recipe for leaves cut out of pie crust, and then dipped in cinnamon sugar and baked. This is a wonderful recipe to make with kids! The cut leaves look so pretty, and the cinnamon sugar makes buttery pie crust into a dessert all its own. And of course, you don’t have to stick to just leaves; cut out pumpkin shapes, gingerbread men, or whatever you like! Dip into the creamy pumpkin spice dip, and enjoy.

A slice of Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake with whipped cream and caramel topping.

Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake from Cakes Cottage

This is one sumptuous dessert! The base is a traditional graham-cracker-crust cheesecake, made in a springform pan. From there, it’s topped with an apple crisp topping, and then drizzles of caramel sauce. To serve, whipped cream and more caramel are added for a truly indulgent result. After one bite of this unusual cheesecake, you’ll be asking, “Where have you been all my life?”

A plate of Pumpkin Pie Crescents, with one crescent broken open to show the filling.

Pumpkin Pie Crescents from Spend with Pennies

These sweet little hand pies are sure to delight whoever you share them with! Kids especially will love these small, flaky treats filled with a sweet pumpkin filling. And unlike most of these recipes, this one actually calls for pumpkin pie filling, not canned pumpkin (so be sure to read the label carefully)! Pumpkin pie filling makes this recipe even faster and easier to pull together.

A slice of Pumpkin Cream Cheese Coffee Cake on a white plate with a fork.

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Coffee Cake from OMG Chocolate Desserts

This dessert is a masterpiece of fall baking! A simple pumpkin coffee cake batter is layered around sweet cream cheese filling, and then topped with streusel-style crumbs. The finished cake is topped with a drizzle of old-fashioned glaze, for a beautiful presentation and even more texture. You’ll love how this coffee cake complements a strong cup of your favorite java.

The corner of a double-crusted Apple Slab Pie, with a square being lifted out on a spatula.

Apple Slab Pie

A slab pie is baked in a large baking pan, or even a jelly roll pan, rather than a round pie pan. The huge size and easy baking method make slab pies ideal for feeding a crowd! Perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or anytime, our apple slab pie features a delicious flaky crust, traditional apple filling, and lots of love!

A slice of Pecan Pie Cheesecake on a white plate, with a bite-sized piece cut off and on a fork nearby.

Pecan Pie Cheesecake from Lil Luna

An unusual dessert, this one combines a pressed crust made of vanilla wafers with a layer of old-fashioned pecan pie filling. Then a layer of cheesecake is added, and the entire thing is baked in a springform pan and allowed to cool and set. Finally, it’s topped caramel pecans. With all of these delicious flavors in one place, pecan pie cheesecake may just be your new favorite dessert!

A square of Pumpkin Lush Bar sprinkled with cinnamon, sitting on a plate, with several crumbs scattered over the plate.

Pumpkin Lush Bars from Cincy Shopper

Three soft and smooth layers make these pumpkin lush bars a decadent treat everyone will love. The crumbly cookie crust at the bottom of the bars makes them easy to serve, and adds a nice contrast to the silky-smooth layers of pumpkin spice pudding, cream cheese filling, and whipped topping. Yum!

A graphic with three photos of Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake. Two photos show caramel-drizzled slices, while the third photo is of the cheesecake with a slice cut out of it.

Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake from Hugs & Cookies

This caramel apple crisp cheesecake looks amazing, doesn’t it? You’ll love the soft caramel drizzle over the whole cheesecake, with a thick topping of pecans. The crust is a graham-cracker oat crust pressed into the pan, and the apple crisp topping is made with brown sugar, butter, and more oats. Yum! (Plus, the soft cheesecake filling doesn’t need any eggs, so it’s great for those avoiding eggs due to allergies!)

A corner slice of Caramel Apple Slab Pie on a spatula, with a rustic wooden tabletop as the background.

Caramel Apple Slab Pie from The Recipe Critic

Another apple slab pie, this one swaps out the top crust for a delicious Dutch-apple-pie-style streusel topping. But as you can see, it doesn’t stop there! Along with the buttery streusel, there are plenty of pecans and a sweet homemade caramel drizzle, too. This one would be great for a big holiday meal!

A glass casserole dish filled with pecan pie bread pudding. A pie slice serving utensil sits nearby.

Pecan Pie Bread Pudding from Call Me PmC

Not everyone likes bread pudding, of course—but I do! And if you try this recipe, you might just become a believer, also! This creative take on the classic is essentially a big, family-sized bread pudding that’s topped with ooey, gooey pecan pie filling! This is an indulgent and cozy recipe that will warm your heart!

Three Carrot Cake Sandwich Cookies in a crooked stack, against a pale blue background.

Carrot Cake Cookies from Cooking Classy

Another whoopie-pie style recipe, these cookies are made of a festive, spicy carrot-cake batter. They’re soft, gently spiced, and perfect for sandwiching around light, fluffy cream cheese filling. These will be sure to please the whole family. Serve with tea or coffee for the adults, and milk or juice for the kids, for a festive afternoon snack.

A blue platter of Apple Fries with a dipping cup of Caramel Cream Dip in the center.
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Apple Fries with Caramel Cream Dip from Fav Family Recipes

Apple fries are wonderful! If you’ve never had them, you’re in for quite a treat! Texturally, apples are fairly similar to potatoes—so it’s no wonder they fry up beautifully into golden-brown wedges. The creamy caramel dipping sauce makes the dish complete, and is super easy to make.

Slices of Cream Cheese Banana Bread fanned across a white plate.

Cream Cheese Banana Bread from Eazy Peazy Mealz

Dense, moist, and very indulgent, this rich banana bread has a ribbon of sweet cream cheese filling running through it! The sweet banana bread comes out golden brown and almost glazed on top, while the sweet cream cheese filling adds textural contrast and a tangy flavor. This would be great to try with variations like chocolate chips and nuts!

A loaf of Apple Pie Bread on a crumpled paper backdrop, being drizzled with cinnamon glaze.

Apple Pie Bread from Cookies & Cups

Applie pie bread has a beautiful crumb! I think it would be especially appealing to if you love the taste of apple pie but not necessarily the texture. This bread is cakey and moist, like banana bread, with a rich crumb topping like Dutch apple pie, and plenty of chopped nuts throughout. Gorgeous!

A serving of Slow Cooker Pumpkin Maple French Toast in a pool of maple syrup on a white plate. Gingham and fall decorations form the backdrop.

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Maple French Toast

Coffee time isn’t the only time you can make a Fall treat! What about serving up a sweet, pumpkin-loaded breakfast bake? This Slow Cooker Pumpkin Maple French Toast is just the thing. It’s great for a slow morning, and has layer upon layer of delicious fall flavor. You’ll love the combination of cinnamon raisin bread and light pumpkin custard with pure maple syrup.

Overhead shot of a slice of pecan pie cheesecake on a white platter. A forkful of cheesecake has been cut from the slice and is lying on the plate.

Pecan Pie Cheesecake

Do you like pecan pie? Me too. Do you like cheesecake? Me too! Think it’s a good idea to put them together?

Me too! So that’s exactly what we did, and the result is this beautiful cheesecake. It has tons of delicious pecan flavor, and a soft, scrumptious cheesecake base. Yum!

If you love these Fall Dessert Recipes, make sure to check out these awesome ideas for decorating pumpkins!

 

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I think I can learn many new things from just looking at the recipes so far.

Would love the recipes.

Omg These look amazing! I’m definitely going to try a few, thanks for sharing!!

Every thing looks awesome

I love all the recipes so far they are all so amazing. Keep up the good work. 

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