Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Save the Best for Last with FoodNetwork.com’s Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

(BUSINESS WIRE)--This Thanksgiving holiday, FoodNetwork.com has a dessert to please every sweet tooth. Whether looking to create the perfect traditional pumpkin pie or an innovative, new dish, FoodNetwork.com boasts a bevy of sweet endings. (http://www.foodnetwork.com/thanksgiving-desserts/package/index.html)

Here are just a few of the dozens of stand-out Thanksgiving dessert recipes available at FoodNetwork.com:

1. Pumpkin Roll Cake - This cake, made with everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving staple, plus cinnamon and ginger, is combined with a delicious filling and caramel garnish. From the kitchen of Paula Deen, it’s sure to become a new family preference.
2. Tony’s Chocolate Pecan Pie - Why settle for just pecan or chocolate pie this Thanksgiving season, when you can have both? Chef Tony Neely shows how to combine these two beloved pies into one mouthwatering dessert.
3. Alton’s Sweet Potato Pie - Don’t fret over this holiday dessert must-have. Chef Alton Brown has the perfect recipe for a moist, flavorful sweet potato pie.
4. Pecan Shortbread - This easy-to-make recipe combines the fall flavors of almond and vanilla into scrumptious, pecan-filled cookies.

FoodNetwork.com features quick and easy dessert recipes, as well as ideas for those on a budget. Plus, every home cook could use tips on how to bake the perfect pie and entertaining, helpful videos from the most loved Food Network chefs. For these recipes, plus information and ideas on creating every aspect of the Thanksgiving spread, visit the definitive destination for Thanksgiving meal planning on the Web: http://www.foodnetwork.com/thanksgiving.

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