This Pear Sour Cream Pie is a mouthwateringly humble dessert with a cornmeal crust that some might want to call rustic, but I'll just call classic.
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Quick fried short crust pies stuffed with sliced bananas and Nutella.
The real beauty of this recipe is its ease and versatility: it's simple to whip up, and can be eaten as a celebratory dessert, a breakfast snack, or a teatime treat.
An apricot and almond pie in a crisp almond crust.
A buttery poppyseed shell filled with lemon curd makes for a light and sweet pie.
Roasting green grapes brings out their natural sweetness and makes them a perfect filling for these rustic tarts.
A creamy chai-flavored custard set in a chocolate crust.
This light ice box pie is full of sweet blueberries and blackberries in a crunchy pretzel crust.
In this comforting pie, a spiced apple butter filling is poured into a sweet oat-pecan crust.
A carrot and mascarpone pie flavored with vanilla, pressed into a tender cream cheese crust.
Brandied peaches are the star of this pie, but you'll also love the unexpected crunch of the almond-tiled pie crust against the juiciness of the fruit.
A rosewater lime pie with a rosewater glaze.
The true shining star of this pie is the black walnut whipped cream. While it may take some hunting to find walnut extract, the nutty bite and unexpected earthy undertone it adds to an otherwise incredibly sweet pie ensures a proper balancing act of flavors, and helps to pick up the traces of walnut in the pie crust.
A free-form strawberry tart flavored with thyme and drizzeled with a mint syrup.
This nutty, honey-sweetened pie is the perfect treat to take to the first backyard garden party of the season.
Even if you live in a place where the closest thing to a snowman is a snow cone, this Mexican Hot Chocolate Pie will tickle your senses and warm your taste buds in a way that will have you dreaming of a nice, warm mug of cocoa and a roaring fire.
A spiced gingersnap crust is filled with a bright and tangy filling starring satsuma oranges with a hint of lime.
The humble Chess Pie gets a seasonal update with floral Meyer lemons.
This creamy, rich, no-bake pie is screaming for some acidic fruit to balance it, and here in blood orange (also sometimes called Moro oranges) season, we have our perfect topping.
To those Key Lime Pie purists out there, I'm sorry, this recipe is probably not for you. For everyone else, adding a little hint of coriander to key lime pie adds a delightful dimension of flavor that's worth trying the next time you've got little key limes in your possession.