Finish off your Thanksgiving feast this year with a delicious holiday cake, pie or parfait recipe! From cranberries to pumpkin spice, enjoy all the fresh harvest flavors of autumn with these Eight Classic Thanksgiving desserts.

Impress your guests and family with these satisfying sweet treats!

First up: 3 Ingredient Pumpkin Cake with Cinnamon Whipped Topping from Domestically Speaking.

I love cakes made in a bundt pan – it’s so easy to slice and looks pretty when presented on any serving dish. This fall Pumpkin cake is moist and rich tasting with a secret ingredient—you’ll have to check out the link to find out what it is. The cinnamon whipped cream is a flavorful and aromatic touch to this recipe.

This Pumpkin Tiramisu from Cupcakes and Crinoline looks so delish!

Coffee, three types of cream, pumpkin and cocoa explode together to make this rich and creamy traditional Italian dessert! Mmmmm!

Perfect Apple Pound Cake from Far Above Rubies is another bundt cake recipe that’s sure to be a hit with your guests. Feature fresh picked apples from your local orchard (a fun family activity) in this yummy fruit recipe.

This is my mother-in-law’s heirloom holiday recipe: Walnut Torte with Maple Cream from Setting for Four.

It’s absolutely delicious – our entire family loves it. You won’t be able to have just one piece!

Here’s an adorable recipe for the kiddos. Turkey Gobbler Treats from Our Best Bites are made from Oreo cookies, candy corn, whoppers and peanut butter cups. Wow – chocolate bliss! Aren’t these the cutest?

Here’s an adorable Harvest apron to wear while you are cooking up a dessert storm for the holidays.

Fall Festival Apron from Bright Settings

A fabulous Thanksgiving meal would not be complete without an apple crisp to dive into! Here’s a yummy Cranberry Apple Crisp recipe from Country Living that is filled with juicy red cranberries and topped with a crunchy crumble topping!

Have a Southern Thanksgiving and celebrate with this Pecan Pie recipe from Delish! This classic caramel and nut topped pie will satisfy everyone – those that enjoy salty and those that enjoy sweet dishes!

These Mini Pumpkin Mousse Parfaits from Tomkat Studio are definitely going to be on my dessert table this year for the holidays. Simple to make with easy to find ingredients – bonus!

What do you plan on baking for Thanksgiving desert this year? Do you have a traditional recipe you make for your family and guests?

Please it in the comments below – I’d love to hear!