They’re festive and fun and a little different from your typical holiday or party fare. They also reheat and freeze beautifully.
Start by rolling out your puff pastry and lining a baking sheet. Take note of the pan size in the directions, it’s a little smaller than a sh...
Reminiscent of pecan pie, this melt-in-your-mouth dessert is simple as—well, pie! Just whirl everything in your food processor, and you're all set.
Though banoffee pie is a classic English dessert made with caramelized condensed milk and bananas, the pecans and graham crackers make it taste Ame...
Sometimes all you need to get people to come together is a damn fine pie. This is that pie.
Here's a way to wallop the kids with healthy protein and fat, cleverly disguised as a Peanut Butter Pie!
Sprinkled with a nutty, streusel-like topping, it's a warming and filling any-night meal.
Eat your hearts out, ladies.
Mixed game pie nestled in a baked hot water crust pastry – it's great hot or cold.
This one needs a bit of work but it's worth it!
Easy to throw together, these pumpkin pie squares are a nice option when you don't want to make a traditional pumpkin pie.
This recipe calls for a 9-by-2-inch cake pan; if you use an 8-inch wide pan, the batter will overflow.
This comforting fall dessert gets its incredible flavor from a liberal sprinkling (yes, 2 tablespoons) of pumpkin pie spice.
Finely shred enough of the peel from two of the lemons to measure 2 tablespoons. Juice one or two of the lemons to measure 1/4 cup juice. Cover and...
This vegetarian spinach and feta filo pie recipe is budget-friendly, costing around £1.50 per person to make.
Crispy puff pastry encases roast vegetables and houmous in this easy-to-make pie that costs less than £5 to make.
This is based on a homely Italian dish sometimes known as pizza rustica. It's as good cold as it is hot, so any leftovers are good news.
A vegetarian pie recipe made with seasonal autumn vegetables and goat's cheese in a cheesy pastry. The pie is freezable so you can make it ahead.
This warm-water pastry is usually made for pork pies, but it works magnificently with field mushrooms and is ideal for a special occasion main course.