Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and here is some PIE-nspiration for your holiday desserts!
Don’t you just love pies? I sure do, and today I have shared a simply delicious Dutch Sugar Cream Pie. In some parts of the country, this is called a “Hoosier Pie.” Whatever you call it, it is divine.
I happen to have a love affair with this thing called Nutella. Maybe you’ve heard of it – chocolate and hazelnut heaven in a jar. Oh yeah. You know it. This no-bake Nutella Cream Pie is simple to make and simply delicious.
I know that many people struggle with rolling pie crust dough when they are baking pies. Because of that, they often resort to pre-made crusts from the grocery store. Let me share with you how I roll out a pie crust.
Turtle Bourbon Pecan Tart with pecans, chocolate and Four Roses bourbon – heavenly!
Whether I’m making a Steak Pot Pie or a German Apple Pie This is the pie crust recipe that I make every time. Pie Crust Print Making this dough in a food processor is quick and simple, and turns out every time I make it. Author: Constance Smith | Cosmopolitan Cornbread Serves: Dough for…
A classic pumpkin pie topped with crunchy, delicious streusel! Monday through Friday this week, I have been sharing a variety of pie recipes for my first ever “Pie Week,” and I thought this was the perfect finale to finish it off!
For day 4 of “Pie Week” I’m bringing you Caramel Apple Pie! This lovely pie gets its flavor from a delicious homemade caramel sauce – a sauce that you can use for all sorts of things besides just this amazing pie.
This silky, “chocolatey” pie will simply melt in your mouth. Chocolate Pie is here for my third segment of “Pie Week.”
For the second day of my “Pie Week,” I am bringing you a recipe that has been passed down from my children’s great-great-grandmother.