There’s nothing like a warm slice of pie on a chilly autumn day. Whether it’s pumpkin, rhubarb, or that all-American favorite, apple, a good piece of pie hits the spot in a way that nothing else does. So let’s look at a few of our favorite, easy pie recipes thanks to the folks over at Delish.
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Blueberry Pie with a lattice crust is like the last dream of summer: sweet, a little tart, and it’ll linger on your tongue like a fall afternoon in the hammock lingers in your memory. This recipe works with fresh or frozen blueberries, and the way that the filling cooks down into a beautiful, thick jam-like layer makes it so good that you’ll have to resist the temptation to eat it all by itself. Of course, making your own crust is a little more work, but it’s also worth it in the end.
For the chocolate lovers out there, we offer this Chocolate Pudding Pie as an alternative to pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner. (Yes, we know that sounds bold, but you haven’t tried this pie yet!) Featuring a graham cracker crust, homemade chocolate pudding as the filling, and loads of whipped cream, this easy-to-make pie is a sideboard stunner for sure. It’s rich and luxuriously textured, a fitting ending for any holiday meal.
We’ve saved the best for last: Peanut Butter Banana Pudding Cheesecake. Does cheesecake qualify as pie? As a cake? As a tart? There are differing opinions, but we’re going with pie, because this dessert that marries two amazing flavors together is an absolute showstopper of a dish that you’re going to love. As an added bonus, this is a no-bake cheesecake, so the recipe is simple enough for even inexperienced cooks.
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Pies are perfect any time of the year, but going into the fall they are a welcome addition to any meal. And, of course, the leftovers are wonderful and won’t last long. Try your favorite pie recipe today and add a big dollop of ice cream to go with it, because everything is better with ice cream!
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