Chess pie, a classic Southern dessert, gets tipsy with rum-poached raisins.
Pies, Tarts, and Crumbles
This alternative to classic pecan pie has a salty caramel filling and a mixed cocktail nuts topping, making each bite well-balanced between salty and sweet and multi-textured.
Planning to eat your weight in pumpkin pie this week? We hope so. Here's the history of the beloved dessert.
For those of you who can't get enough cranberries at Thanksgiving dinner, we've got a recipe that mixes them with buttermilk and orange zest, turning out a balanced pie with sweet and sour elements.
Oh, mini pies. At first glance they seem to be the perfect holiday food—small enough to hoard without remorse, great for groups if you choose to share, and so adorable! Take an informal poll of baking enthusiasts, though, and you'll find that mini pies are a proverbial third rail topic of contemporary pie-making. We've got the tricks and tips to making these little cuties worth the effort.
The Thanksgiving Pie Countdown is over (we're giving you a day to get baking)—get inspired by all 15 pies.
The great thing about this pie is that you probably already have everything you need to make it. The Hoosier Mama Book of Pie shows you how to take sugar and cream and turn it into a pie with notes of creme brulee and buttery vanilla.
Pecan pie is almost as common as roast turkey on Thanksgiving. And yet it is often too sweet, too dense, or the crust too dry. The Hoosier Mama Book of Pie addresses these issues with a buttery crust, toasted pecans, and a bittersweet chocolate drizzle.