Classic Pie Recipes
November 7, 2014
The Culinary Content Network shares their favorite pie recipes for all occasions
Classic Pie Recipes
The season of giving (and getting) is upon us, and pies are some of the best things to share with those you love.
Sweet Potato Meringue Pie
If you like sweet potato casserole, you’ll love this delicious pie. Creamy sweet potato custard is baked inside a piecrust and then topped with a marshmallow-like toasted meringue topping. Click here to see the recipe.
No-Bake Banana Pie
A simple pie for all those times you want to make a dessert without turning on the oven. Click here to see the recipe.
Sticky and sweet, molasses is an under-utilized pantry staple. Make a simple pie crust or use a store-bought crust for easy baking. Click here to see the recipe.
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Pie
Just when we thought pumpkin pie couldn’t get any better, along comes peanut butter pumpkin pie. Click here to see the recipe.
Caramel Apple Pie
Achieve the iconic flavor of caramel apples in a pie with brown sugar and vanilla extract. Try using coconut oil, which is a solid at room temperature, to make a healthier-for-you pie crust. Click here to see the recipe.
The Best Pumpkin Pie Filling
Skip the recipe on the back of the can this year and try out a creamy, rich version of pumpkin pie. Click here to see the recipe.
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Pie
Prebake a pie crust for this no-bake chocolate-cream cheese pie. Use fresh or thawed frozen raspberries for the gelatin topping. Click here to see the recipe.
Key Lime Tart
Although Key lime season is throughout the summer, you can use bottled Key lime juice to make this pie during the rest of the year. Click here to see the recipe.
A traditional British dessert, banoffee pie is toffee layered with bananas and whipped cream. Click here to see the recipe.
Banana Cream Pie
Banana cream pie is a classic dessert, filled with an easy, creamy custard. Click here to see the recipe.
Lemon Meringue Pie
Because the filling of a lemon meringue pie doesn’t cook for very long, you’ll need to par-bake the crust, filled with pie weights or dried beans, before you add the filling. Click here to see the recipe.
Coconut Cream Pie
From-scratch coconut cream pie is always a hit. Toast some shredded coconut and sprinkle it on top for a nutty (and pretty!) touch. Click here to see the recipe.