Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

This past week was pie week and has just made me down right hungry for pie. The celebration over our beloved pies has not disappointed. I kicked off the week with my family’s favorite recipe for Classic Pecan Pie.

By the sliver or the slice, pies are just a Thanksgiving tradition I look forward to enjoying. So, I thought I’d share with you many of the pies I feasted my eyes on this week.

I’ve started my list with some options for crust and then categorized the pies by type.

Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

Pie Crust Recipes and Tutorials

Making the Pie Crust from Martha Stewart

Sylvia’s Perfect Pie Crust from The Pioneer Woman Cooks

Flaky Pie Crust from Bake at 350

How to Make a Pie Crust from Smith Bites {Video}

Gluten Free Pie Crust from Gluten Free Girl

Nut Pies

Classic Pecan Pie from Add a Pinch

Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie from She Wears Many Hats

Caramelized Nut Tart from Simply Recipes

Fruit Pies

Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie with Streusel Topping from TidyMom

Dutch Apple Pie from Brown Eyed Baker

Bourbon Caramel Apple Pie from Vino Luci

Deep Dish Dulce De Leche Apple Pie from Recipe Girl

Sweet and Sour Cherry Slab Pie from The Sophisticated Gourmet

Cranberry Cheesecake Pie from Created by Diane

Thin Crust Pear Tart from Tartlette {Gluten free}

Pumpkin Pie from La Pomme de Portland

Sweet Potato Pie from Savory Sweet Life

Cream Pies

Coconut Cream Pie from Emeril Lagasse

Fluffy Key Lime Pie from Betty Crocker

No Bake Orange and Cream Pie from Joy the Baker

And if these weren’t enough, be sure to check out the links of all the pies over at TidyMom’s Love the Pie Party.

In the hustle and bustle of the Thanksgiving preparations, take a look at this post, Learning to Make Pie with Trudy, from What’s Cooking. It will surely inspire you to bring your kids into the kitchen and make some pie!

Do you serve a pie for Thanksgiving dessert? What’s your favorite?

DISCUSS

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    says

    I will bring 4 pies for Thanksgiving – pumpkin, pecan (required by the hostess), mince (required by my uncle) and one wild-card pie. This year, it will be apple cranberry. In the past it has been a quince and pomegranate tart, chocolate cream pie and tangerine chiffon. I like to mix it up!

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