Like they say, there’s nothing as American as Apple Pie! Add a scoop of ice cream on top, and you’ve got yourself a wonderful, classic dessert! And isn’t an Apple Pie made from scratch just the best?
This Southern Peach Cobbler is an old-fashioned favorite, just right for dessert on a warm summer night. Uhm, uhm good!
Cinnamon spicy and warm, you’re sure to love this amazing Amish Brown Sugar Pie.
I added apples to this recipe to help thicken up the pudding-like filling and to make it into a real apple pie.
Everything’s better with some sour cream in it, isn’t it? And this apple pie is no exception!
An easy-to-make apple pie with a yummy topping!
If you’ve never used avocado in a pie filling, you’re in for a treat. The creaminess of avocado, plus the tartness of lime, makes for a pie that will quickly become one of your favorites!
The inclusion of coffee in this recipe gives Agnes’s Mocha Velvet Pie it’s name.
“Brown Bag” French Apple Pie Recipe. This is a special way to bake a French Apple Pie. The paper bag seals in all of the wonderful flavor.
This recipe was published in 1960 in a Better Homes and Gardens recipe book. It doesn’t use the condensed milk so popular in Key Lime Pie recipes, but it’s still great tasting!
Here’s a little twist on the classic Apple Pie. And since both the blueberries and the apples have so many health benefits, you can eat this pie without guilt!
This delicious pie recipe was originally created to promote Jello’s new Pistachio-flavored pudding.