50 Perfect Pie Recipes

Cherry pie with a lattice crust, lemon custard finished with meringue, rustic apple pie with a sweet crumb topping or chocolate pudding piled high with fluffy whipped cream? We may be divided when it comes to our favorite flavor but there’s one thing that we can all agree on: pie is perfectly delicious!

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie

Strawberries and rhubarb are a classic pair. And, it’s not difficult to see why when you try a bite of this pie! The sweetness of the strawberries and the tartness of the rhubarb work together for a perfectly balanced and oh-so-flavorful filling.

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Deep-Dish Snickers Pie

Every bite of this over-the-top pie contains a blast of chocolate, nougat and peanut — from the crust to the filling and topping.

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Blackberry Pie

While this pie is a favorite in Washington state, it is also a classic across the country. The cut-out crusts update the look of the old standard, but the taste is just as sweet, tart and velvety as you remember.

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The Best Lemon Meringue Pie

It's the stuff of dreams: a classic sweet and tart dessert with a foolproof meringue topping that won't weep! We use mostly butter in our from-scratch pie dough, but add a little vegetable shortening as well — we found that this combination creates a crust that is both tender and flaky.

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Three-Flavor Diner Pie

Why settle for one kind of pie when you can have three? In this showstopper, creamy banana, peanut butter and chocolate puddings are kept separate by chocolate cookie walls so you get all the flavors in one beautiful slice.

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4-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Strawberry Ice Cream Pie

Stir crispy rice cereal with some peanut butter, and boom! Instant pie crust. Pair with strawberry ice cream to mimic your fave grade-school sandwich, or try any other tasty PB partner, like chocolate or vanilla.

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Shaker Lemon Pie

This regional pie comes from Pleasant Hill, Kentucky (also known as Shakertown), which is in the Bluegrass region of the state. It’s become a staple dessert in this part of the country not only because of its super-flaky pie dough and intense citrus filling, but also because it uses pantry ingredients and limits waste. What makes Shaker lemon pie so unique is that it uses whole lemons - peel, pith, juice and flesh. This involves slicing the lemons paper-thin and macerating them with sugar and vanilla for at least a whole day. The result: A tangy, chewy filling that’s every lemon-lovers dream. Vanilla extract is not traditional in this pie, but we like how it rounds out the sharpness of the lemons and adds a subtle and familiar flavor. We also suggest serving this pie with a dollop of lightly sweetened whipped cream to make it even more luxurious.

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Buttermilk Pie

A great way to use up extra buttermilk, this easy-to-make pie is so delicious that many Food Network fans have commented about how quickly it disappears. One fan says, "went to get a slice the next day...there was none"!

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Deep-Dish Vegan Apple Pie

Extra-virgin coconut oil is a great substitute for butter in both the pie dough and the apple filling to make this all-American fruit pie vegan-friendly. We use a mix of apples for the filling: The Golden Delicious keep their shape and are a nice contrast to the soft McIntoshes, and the Granny Smiths give a nice tartness.

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Ruffled Milk Pie

The secret to this easy ruffled milk pie is store-bought phyllo dough, which gets sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar, shaped into roses and coated in a creamy, rich custard. This version is based on the Greek dessert galatopita and is reminiscent of the Egyptian dessert Mesh Om Ali, which was made TikTok-famous by @RamenaSaidWow’s omnipresent "crinkle cake." The result tastes like a churro meets creme brulée and could not be any more decadent and delicious.

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Nectarine-Raspberry Slab Pie

Baking this free-form pie (it's technically an oversized hand pie) on a preheated baking sheet or pizza stone helps make the bottom crust extra-crisp and flaky. Play with your fruits and swap in peaches or blackberries if you'd like.

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The Best Key Lime Pie

A Floridian classic, this bright, creamy and tart dessert is so simple to make it will become a regular at your summer get togethers. Key lime juice is the star of this pie, adding a slightly more floral note than regular limes. But not to worry if you can't find fresh Key limes or the bottled juice — you can use standard limes with equally delicious results.

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Pretzel-Crust Cherry Chocolate Pie

You get a hefty dose of chocolate in this sweet-and-savory pie thanks to a layer of chocolate-covered pretzels that lines the bottom. A baking soda wash gives the crust a pretzely tang.

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Chocolate Silk Pie

Try substituting your favorite liqueur in place of the water or coffee when you’re making this decadent chocolate pie. Kahlua, Chambord and Grand Marnier are all great choices.

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Shoofly Pie

The Pennsylvania Dutch are responsible for this gooey molasses pie, made easily from pantry ingredients to satisfy a sweet tooth any time of the year. The deep, slightly bitter molasses flavor, coupled with a sandy topping, is pure perfection.

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Chocolate-Cherry Lattice Slab Pie

Want to know how to make a slab pie extra easy? Start with store-bought pie crusts and use a baking sheet instead of a pie plate. The chocolate and splash of almond extract are the perfect complement to the ruby summer fruit.

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Dutch Apple Pie

There may never be an answer to what a true Dutch apple pie is. Some recipes add cream to the filling. Some call for making a deep-dish pie with a lattice top, and others top it with streusel. After a visit to a Pennsylvania Dutch diner, we decided to go with the streusel for a sweet and crunchy topping.

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Macadamia Nut Cream Pie

If you’re ready to take your baking skills to the next level, this is the pie to try. You’ll make the coconut crust, creamy macadamia-white chocolate filling and the whipped cream topping from scratch.

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Blueberry Pie

If you use store-bought pie crust, you’ll only need 5 additional ingredients to make this old-fashioned blueberry pie — making this the perfect dessert when you’re short on baking supplies.

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Strawberry Crumble Pie

This juicy, berry pie has the perfect balance of sweet and spiced. The strawberries in the filling cook up syrupy and delicious while the oat-and-brown-sugar topping, which includes a little ginger and allspice, lends a hint of fragrant baking spices.

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No-Bake Peanut Butter Fluff Pie

The sweet and salty flavor combination of the classic childhood sandwich is turned into a light and fluffy no-bake pie.

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4-Ingredient Cookies and Cream Pie

This simple, quick recipe is perfect for a first-time pie maker. And the nostalgic flavors are bound to be the hit of the party — try different flavors of sandwich cookies to change it up.

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The Best Apple Pie

We love using a variety of apples in our pie; it adds both flavor and texture and makes every bite a little different. Vodka in the pie crust makes the dough easier to work with, and since the alcohol burns off during baking, it doesn't impart any flavor. But feel free to use bourbon or apple brandy instead to complement the filling.

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Chocolate-Nut Slab Pie

Slab pies are perfect when you’re hosting and need a lot of servings. They’re just as easy to make as their round counterparts but can feed up to twice as many people.

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Pretzel-Pecan Pie

This standout dessert combines a crisp, pretzel crust with a sweet gooey filling, for the ultimate salty-sweet combo.

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Cranberry Pie

Cranberries in various forms are included from start to finish in this vibrant dessert: from dehydrated cranberries in the crust, to fresh cranberries in the filling, to beautifully frosted fresh cranberries on top. A gorgeous addition to your holiday dessert table, this pie is creamy, tart and tangy, with just the right amount of sweet.

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The Best Pumpkin Pie

Instead of store-bought pumpkin pie spice, we like using ground cinnamon and nutmeg so we can control of the ratio between the two, opting for a healthy amount of nutmeg as it brings out the flavors in the pumpkin.

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The Best Coconut Cream Pie

This old-fashioned pie is filled with rich, creamy custard, then capped with a cloud of toasted meringue and a generous sprinkling of sweet coconut flakes. It tastes as if you pulled it straight from the dessert case of your favorite diner, only better.

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Country Peach Pie

This simple fruit pie is a must-make during the summertime, especially if you’ve just taken a trip to the local orchard. It’s made with tons of fresh, juicy, in-season peaches — for a sweet dessert that’s completely irresistible.

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Rhubarb Custard Pie

Rhubarb, technically a vegetable, is known for its very tart flavor and the fact that only the stalks are edible. There are many varieties of rhubarb which account for how the stalks vary in color from a deep red to a pale green. Although the flavor is delicious on all kinds, this pie looks prettiest with the red-stalked varieties. Look for thinner stalks, they will be more tender and less fibrous than thicker stalks.

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Lime-Coconut Custard Pie

The easiest way to put a spin on coconut custard pie? Bring another tropical flavor to the party! We like lime — it just tart enough to give the pie a sweet and refreshing flavor.

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Bourbon-Pear Star Pie

The caramel and vanilla flavors in bourbon are a perfect complement to sweet Bosc pears in this boozy pie. To give it even more pizzaz, the top crust is made of star cutouts that have been dusted with shimmery sanding sugar.

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Old Fashioned Pie

A classic cocktail inspired this boozy pie. Make it with rye instead of bourbon if that's your fancy. And be sure to include the retro garnish for a fun finishing touch.

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Pie

Crunchy and chewy at the same time, this hybrid pie is wonderful served slightly warm a la mode or with a dollop of unsweetened whipped cream. What better way to eat one of our favorite American classic cookies than nestled within a pie crust?

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Apple-Berry Twist Pie

If you find lattice-topped pies and cut-out crusts to be too fussy, this decorating technique is for you. Cut strips of pie dough and twist them gently. Then, lay them on top of your pie in a spiral pattern. It’s simple to do — and your pie will look so impressive!

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Vegan Pumpkin Pie

We use a few vegan-friendly stand-ins for this can't-believe-it's-vegan pie. Unrefined coconut oil provides a flaky, buttery texture for the crust, and silken tofu lends creaminess to the filling.

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Pecan Pie

This classic pecan pie is spike with a little splash of bourbon — to really bring out the sweet and nutty flavors in the filling. Baked in a buttery homemade crust, this pie is sure to become one of your go-tos for fall holidays and winter weekends.

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Bottle of Wine Chocolate Pie

We managed to fit a whole bottle of wine in this decadent dark chocolate pie. Perfect for a grown-up dinner party, it offers the best of both worlds.

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Chestnut Meringue Pie

If 'chestnuts roasting on an open fire' are part of your regular holiday routine, you’ll love this sweet, creamy pie. The filling is made with vanilla bean and roasted chestnuts — and the meringue topping is perfectly browned for that iconic, toasty flavor.

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Four-Flavor Sheet Pan Pie

A clever sheet pan hack gives you quadruple the pie fun (and saves the time and effort of making four individual pies). Apple, cherry, pumpkin and pecan coexist peacefully in one giant slab that feeds a crowd.

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Berry Shortcake Pudding Pie

Strawberry shortcake gets a makeover in this simple layered pudding pie. Keep the vanilla pudding recipe in your back pocket for later: Make it to eat on its own, or stir crushed cookies into it for an easy upgrade.

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Easy Boozy Lemonade Pie

Make sure the sorbet is super soft (really!) so that it can be blended together with cream and vodka and then refrozen. This makes for a refreshing and boozy pie perfect for any weather.

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Apple Cranberry Pie

Cranberries add a surprisingly delightful burst of tartness to this apple pie. A lattice crust shows off the gorgeous ruby color inside.

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Mississippi Mud Pie

Our version of this classic pie has all the chocolate flavor you’d expect. We use it in the crust and the filling. We even drizzle chocolate sauce over the top of the finished pie!

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Sour Cherry–Apple Pie

Ever wondered how bakery pies get their crackled sugar crust? The technique is surprisingly simple — just brush your pie with beaten egg and sprinkle with coarse sugar before baking.

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Coconut Matcha-Cream Pie

Matcha tea adds a shocking green color and delightful floral notes to a classic coconut cream pie filling made with coconut milk and chewy flakes of coconut meat. The tropical sweetness of the custard is the perfect foil for the tea's herbal bite.

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Grasshopper Pie

Chocolate, mint and booze — this super grown-up pie has all the makings of the classic cocktail that inspired it. Use any leftover whipped cream to spike hot chocolate.

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Deep Dish Cheese Pie

This recipe was inspired by a pie from a bakery in Brooklyn, Four and Twenty Blackbirds. This version is pretty close to the original, with the addition of fragrant cardamom in the filling!

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Chocolate Candy Pie

This versatile pie can morph to fit many moods. Freeze it for an icy delight, or just refrigerate instead if you're looking for something a little softer (or you run out of time). Or leave out the candy all together for something a little less rich. You decide.

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Sweet Potato Pie with Candied Pecans and Coconut

Extra-vibrant garnet yams lend bright color and silky texture to this special pie. Regular sweet potatoes are also delicious in this recipe and just as sweet and moist, but the color of the filling will be a little more muted.

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