A Thanksgiving pie for those looking for something different from last year. Brown butter and caramelized honey give pumpkin pie a whole new twist.
Knowing how to make a pie crust is definitely a skill that will make your life better. And one that’s all butter will make you a hero, whether you use a sweet or savory filing.
Banoffee (banana+toffee!) pie is a British classic. And for good reason–it’s absolutely delicious. Sweet, smooth, and topped with peanut butter whipped cream.
Here’s another recipe for those of you that desire a higher crust to filling ratio. Tassies are really just tiny pecan pies, y’all.
If your biggest complaint about pie is that there’s never enough, have we got a surprise for you. A big ole apple pie, made on a sheet pan. Craving solved.
This is just about as traditional as tradition gets. Save for the slight plot twist of maple syrup. Intrigued? You should be.
A creamy, custardy pie that everyone who tested it, also ate it for breakfast. Pie is breakfast, people. Chocolate pie is better than dry toast, for sure.
Nothing says sassy like swapping pears for apples in the classic French tarte tatin. What can we say? We like to live on the edge.
“Much more sophisticated than the turnovers from my childhood.” “Very subtly sweet.” That’s what folks are saying.
Dense and rich, this gluten-free cake is a fave among the Portuguese, and anyone who’s ever tried it. Its unforgettable taste comes from almonds, lemon, cinnamon, and vanilla.