Old-fashioned cherry pie! Loaded with fruit swimming in a jammy glaze, baked in a buttery, flaky crust. The pie crust is buttery and flaky; the cherries are perfectly sweet and bursting with fresh flavor, and a hint of cinnamon rounds out the flavor to make this the ultimate homemade cherry pie.
It’s a classic for a reason–homemade Blueberry Pie with a lattice top never goes out of style! With juicy blueberries and an extra flaky crust, this is the only blueberry pie you’ll ever need. Although we don’t think you’ll be able to stop before demolishing at least a couple slices. Our testers raved about it as “delicious,” “lush,” and “the best pie I’ve ever had.” Taste and you’ll understand
Pumpkin Pie is the true staple of autumn and the perfect Thanksgiving dessert. Silky pumpkin filling is surrounded by a buttery flaky crust and baked until warm and golden. Serve it with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!
No fall meal would be complete without a dessert table featuring a this classic pumpkin pie.
Pecan pie is a beloved institution; if you have a sweet tooth, this is your dessert. Our recipe lightly toasts some of the nuts in the filling with a sprinkle of salt, which makes the flavors even richer and balances the sweetness of the filling. The crunchiness of the nuts is a pleasing contrast to the silky filling that surrounds them. This is a pie that wears a small scoop of vanilla ice cream or dollop of whipped cream exceptionally well.
Apple pie: American icon, most popular pie, and the ONE dessert for Thanksgiving. With its flaky, buttery crust; tart-sweet apples, and wonderful cinnamon-y aroma, a slice of warm apple pie is the perfect end to any repast, from casual lunch to elegant dinner. Add vanilla bean ice cream, and you’ve got a dessert for the ages.