pies made in a cupcake pan. A pie for everyone—-LOVE this!!! Cup Pies!
This leek pie is super rich and creamy with Gruyere cheese and cream. Great as a starter or with a salad as a main dish.
Along with a bit of grated lime rind swirled in, sour cream is blended with condensed milk and lime juice for this pie ‘s very rich and creamy key lime filling.
Almond extract is the secret ingredient to this traditional blueberry pie. Serve with whipped cream or your favorite ice cream.
There’s flour, sugar and eggs in this cranberry-walnut filling, so it bakes up beautifully without a pie crust. It’s flavored with a bit of almond extract and is the perfect mate for a scoop of vanilla or rum raisin ice cream.
This sweet potato pie is made very creamy with evaporated milk and gets a bit of a kick with rum. Along with sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, eggs and butter, all the ingredients are put into a food processor and blended until very smooth. Then the filling goes into a pie crust and bakes for less than an hour.
A fluffy cream cheese and whipped topping layer is spread onto the bottom of a graham cracker crust. And then comes the pudding, pumpkin and spice layer. This luscious pie is then chilled and garnished with ginger-flavored whipped topping.
Coconut macaroon ingredients are baked into a pie for a sweet and easy dessert everyone will request for parties.
Tired of ordinary old apple pie? Well this fabulous recipe adds a delicious twist to the apply classic. Sliced, unadorned apples are mounded into a pie crust and topped with a lattice crust. Then, just before baking, a sweet, thick sugar syrup is poured carefully onto the crust. An hour later, the apples are tender and fragrant and the crust a glistening brown.