Pie is a classic dessert loved by young and old and everyone in between. And with so many different recipes to choose from, you're sure to find more than one pie recipe that you and your family will want time and time again.See Popular Pie Recipes
For this pie's crumbly crust, Gabrielle Langholtz uses lard rendered from farm-raised pork. For a similarly memorable pie, use leaf lard; it comes from the fat around the pig's kidneys and is famed for yielding flaky baked goods. You can order it from your local butcher or find it at flyingpigsfarm.com.
Oats and almonds may both help lower blood pressure; they're incorporated here in an ingenious granola crust for this sweet-tart pie.
Here's a five-ingredient recipe that produces a tasty tart that your guests will think took hours to prepare. Fresh raspberries and purchased lemon curd fill a crust made with refrigerated sugar cookie dough.
Inspired by the wedges of homemade pie served along the route of RAGBRAI (the Registers Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa), our rhubarb pie has an unusual twistorange zest.
For an easy option to making the filling, purchase frozen fruit puree at food specialty shops.
Almond cake-and-pastry filling is the secret to this favorite summer dessert recipe.
When nectarines and blueberries are at their peak, make up a batch of this dessert filling to give away at Christmas time.
These mini dessert pies put a fabulous finale on Thanksgiving dinner.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Hey Sweetie Pie! This cinnamon streusel sweet potato pie is absolutely divine--an out-of-this-world special treat with its sweet, crumbly topping.
Nothing could be easier than this fruit pie made with puff pastry sheets. Add your favorite prepared pie filling--cherry, apple, blueberry--and you've got a delicious, homemade pie.
This holiday fruit dessert combines dried red cherries with red currant jam for a regal red top.