Pies get dressed up for Christmas, especially in these holiday dessert recipes. From Chocolate Amaretto-Apricot Crunch to Raspberry Pie with Chambord and more, you'll find exquisite recipes here for dozens of showstopping pies for the perfect Christmas dessert.
No need to choose between pies and crisps when you make this crumbly dessert. Sprinkled with an oat and brown sugar topping, this granola pie is sure to be a hit at any holiday dinner.
With a purchased piecrust and a five-ingredient filling, this may be the easiest pecan pie recipe you'll ever make.
Granny Smith apples or other tart apples work best for this fruit-packed pie that boasts just enough tartness from cherries and cranberries. Serve with a wedge of Wisconsin cheese, or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Chopped apples and dried cranberries fill these adorable miniature pies. Topped with cookie-cutter crusts and baked for just 15 minutes, they're an ideal treat for the busy holiday season.
Try this sure-fire recipe for a homemade crust in just 10 minutes.
Eggnog, the perennial Christmas favorite, and chai creme liqueur are the main ingredients of this custard dessert recipe. Crushed vanilla wafers form the crust.
Serve this colorful red raspberry, Chambord, and cream cheese pie recipe when family and friends gather during Christmas.
Pecan pie has traditionally been a Christmas favorite. Serve this yummy recipe variation that adds chocolate and coffee liqueur for a dessert your guests won't soon forget.
For a fun holiday dessert, serve your Christmas eggnog in this creamy pie, swirled with chocolate.
Green gooseberries come from a spiny bush. The sweet-tart berries are mellowed with sugar for this two-crust pie.
A tart-sweet mixture of cranberries and golden raisins fills a buttery pastry.
Spike egg nog ice cream with a bit of rum to make this frozen holiday pie even more spirited.
These king-size, individual fruit-filled dumplings make a filling dessert. Serve them following a lighter meal so you can savor each delicious bite.
The coconut sprinkled on the bottom of the pie crust in this creamy dessert recipe rises during baking to form a golden-brown crust on top.