Easy Pie Recipes
Secret Ingredient Sweet Potato Pie
What makes this sweet potato pie richer and more flavorful than the rest is a "secret" ingredient...a can of tomato soup. You won't believe the difference this one ingredient makes.
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Honey-Sweetened Cherry Pie
This cherry pie recipe is pure magic. If you can’t find sour cherries, don’t fret—it’s also delicious with sweet cherries. The filling has a hint of clove and honey, which gives it a novel flavor.
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Chocolate-Swirled Pumpkin Pie
To create a crisp crust on the bottom, partially bake the pie shell before adding the filling. If the edge starts to darken too much, cover it with a pie shield or strips of foil.
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Pumpkin Pie With Rum
Dark molasses and dark rum put this pumpkin pie a cut above all the rest. If you don't have a 9-inch, deep-dish pie pan, use a standard 9-inch pie pan and bake the extra filling in a custard cup.
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EatingWell's Pumpkin Pie Crust
Try this tender crust for any single-crust pie recipe. It will keep, tightly wrapped in plastic, in the refrigerator for up to 2 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months.
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Cherry Pie Bars
These bars allows you to try something a little different without losing the cherry pie taste know and love.
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Honest Cherry Pie
You are only seven ingredients and just over an hour away from a traditional (and tasty) cherry pie.
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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Rhubarb and strawberries go hand in hand, and what better way to honor the combination than in this classic summer pie. The lattice top looks fancy but the technique is super-easy to master.
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Cosmos Apple Pie
We like to use Granny Smiths here, since they hold their shape and are tart enough to complement the sweetness and spices. A little dusting of cinnamon sugar makes the pie look and taste great.
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Salted Caramel Apple Pie
We mix a variety of three apples--Granny Smiths, Pink Ladies, and Honey Crisps--and drizzle them with caramel sauce, then sprinkle on a bit of fleur de sel, a combination that satisfies those salty-sweet cravings.
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Deep-Dish Apple Pie
We use whole-wheat pastry flour to add fiber and lower the saturated fat by replacing some of the butter with canola oil. The brown sugar-sweetened filling in this pie is made with two kinds of apples for the perfect balance.
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Oatmeal-Nut Crunch Apple Pie
Add a little crunch to a traditional apple pie recipe by topping it with oatmeal flakes.
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Sweet Potato Pie
To get a sweet potato pie that isn’t overly sweet, we use two kinds of sweet potatoes: Japanese sweet potatoes, which are a little drier in texture and mildly sweet, and deep-orange garnet potatoes, which are moist and quite sweet.
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Maple Pecan Pie
This is the kind of pecan pie that has pecans resting in a sweet suspension, somewhere between gel and custard. We’re not going to make any apologies for the tofu in it ... it works!
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Pumpkin, apple, sweet potato, cherry, pecan...what's your favorite type of pie? Well, depending on how much time you're willing to spend in the kitchen, you might not have to choose. We know that pie is the dessert of choice for many Thanksgiving meals, so we collected a variety of our favorite recipes to make sure you have some new and exciting options to go along with the traditional choices.
Check out the slideshow above for some of our favorite pie recommendations.