The fall and winter holidays are all about pie – apple, pumpkin, pecan, and so much more. But what if you consume a diet that’s free of animal products, or you have friends and family who are vegan? Try this tasty pie crust that offers a bite of tradition without any eggs or dairy. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This Mini Apple Pie is as healthy and delicious as pie gets! A mini pie means serving sizes are kept small, while all the flavor is retained in the flaky, buttery crust. Honey and brown sugar sweeten the filling just a bit, and fresh, crisp apples make this dessert just delightful. Get the recipe now.
Summer is blueberry season and there’s no better way to celebrate it than with a tasty blueberry pie. Make these individually sized blueberry galettes for after-dinner dessert, or for any occasion. They’re easy to make, with no fuss. Vegan-friendly and dairy-free options available. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Love pie, but don’t want to spend the time decorating the crust? A freeform mixed berry galette is the lazy cook’s best bud for dessert. While it’s similar to a fruit pie, you don’t have to fuss over beautifying the dough. It’s rustic, delicious, and easy to make in individual portions. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Craving a classic peach cobbler recipe for the summer months? Look no further than this rustic, individually portioned version, made with fresh fruit and served hot out of the oven. Enjoyed on its own or with whipped cream or ice cream, you’re going to love this sweet dessert. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Blueberries are among the least complicated berries to use. You don’t have to peel, pit, slice, or core them. And in the summer months when you can pick them to your heart’s content, you can make easy and delicious desserts, like Foodal’s sweet blueberry pie. Served with ice cream, this treat is hard to beat.
There’s nothing more classic than a homemade seasonal fruit pie for dessert, and the combination of strawberry and rhubarb in a flaky, buttery, made-from-scratch crust is always a winner. Tart, tangy, and bursting with juicy flavor, it’s so much better than anything bought from the store. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Whether you’re packing school lunches or serving up Sunday supper, surprise your loved ones with a batch of hand pies for dessert. Trust us- everything from the flaky, buttery crust to the cinnamon apple filling is on point. And they’re baked rather than fried for a tasty twist on a classic. Get the recipe on Foodal.
If you’re a pie lover, you’ve got to try this recipe for French Silk Chocolate Pie from Anita Crofts, author of Meet Me at the Bamboo Table. Light and silky-smooth chocolate mousse filling is topped with sweetened whipped cream – your loved ones will ask for it again and again! Read more and get the recipe now on Foodal.
Everybody loves a good pumpkin pie, but sometimes it can be just a bit too plain on its own. Well, put away that ice cream and Cool Whip – you don’t need them anymore! This recipe, flavored with sage and brown butter, just might by the very best pie you’ve ever tried. Read more on Foodal, and put it to the test today.