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.
If you love pie and you’re a fan of sweet potatoes, then you’re definitely going to love this sweet potato pie, a decadent and rich dessert that is perfect for serving your guests this holiday season – or at any time of year! 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.
This Apple Pear Pie is a new, creative take on the American classic that’s sure to please any crowd. It’s the best way to use up a bounty of autumnal produce, but why limit yourself to tasty pie-making in the fall? Plus, you’ll love the warm, spicy flavor of cardamom and ginger in place of the more traditional nutmeg and cinnamon. This truly is a year round treat. Read more on Foodal, and try this recipe today!
Have you ever wondered how bakers achieve such pristine, flaky pie crusts? We’re here to demystify the process, so you too can perfect your pate brisee, bridle your blind bake, conquer your crimping, and love your lattice, big or small. Read on to learn more as we break down the technique behind confidently creating this often daunting dough.
There’s no better way to use an abundance of just-harvested tart cherries than in a tasty pie. Our version uses white balsamic vinegar for acid and arrowroot powder to thicken. Because the filling is cooked first on the stove, it bakes quickly on those warm days when you want to limit your oven use! Read on to learn more, and to get the recipe on Foodal.
Want to make a classic strawberry rhubarb pie like grandmother use to make? If so, give this recipe a try for that tangy taste that you’ve been craving since your were a child. Read about this classic pie now.
Blueberries are among the least complicated berries to use in recipes. You don’t have to peel, pit, slice, or core them. Nothing smells quite as good as a hot blueberry pie cooling on the kitchen table. Smothered with vanilla ice cream, this treat is really hard to beat.
Creamy and tangy, pear custard pie is a beautiful way to celebrate fall and the people you share it with. Get the recipe and baking tips now!