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Light and lemony, this pie's airy texture is perfect for soaking up the tart-sweet flavor of candied lemon slices. Add them just before serving.
This lattice-topped raspberry pie requires just 30 minutes of prep -- and that includes making the crust from scratch. Cut prep time even more by making it with a store-bought pastry crust.
Fresh lemon juice and lemon zest make the filling for this classic pie tart, tangy, and delicious.
Chopped peanut butter cups add delicious bites of flavor to this fluffy frozen peanut butter dessert.
This citrus custard pie from pastry chef Alan Carter is a fresh and fluffy addition to any desserts table.
With the classic goodness of a graham cracker crust and cream cheese-raspberry filling, this frozen dessert is impossible to resist. Sprigs of mint add brightness, while ripe raspberries add tanginess.
So simple yet so delicious, this silky custard pie gets its tantalizing tangy flavor from a cup of buttermilk.
Like its cousin the cookie, this puffy golden pie boasts the sweet flavor combination of sugar and cinnamon.
Make this pretty berry pie all year-round by starting with frozen blackberries. Sour cream gives the filling a delicious tangy flavor and complements the sweet berries nicely.
Filled with mounds of juicy fall fruits, this exquisitely plump pie from pastry chef Alan Carter makes an ideal ending for a special meal.
Make pumpkin pie extraordinary by adding rich mascarpone cheese, a generous splash of Frangelico liqueur, and a sweet hazelnut crust. Sprinkle with glazed hazelnuts before serving.
Adding shredded cheddar cheese and maple syrup to the apple filling gives this pie a flavor all its own.
Much like pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie has a rich, luscious flavor that pairs perfectly with whipped cream. Lemon zest adds a citrusy note to the filling.
Kahlua's coffee flavor brings out the richness of the semisweet chocolate and toasted pecans in this decadent dessert.
Flaky pecan pastry makes the perfect foundation for this rich, creamy butterscotch pie topped with clouds of meringue.
Toasted pecans, caramel topping, and chocolate merge their delicious flavors to make this heavenly dessert.
The made-in-heaven flavor combination of sweet chocolate and salty mixed nuts makes this tart-style pie irresistible to dessert lovers everywhere.
Homemade caramel sauce and chocolate take this pecan pie to a new level of indulgence. Spoon extra caramel sauce over each piece and garnish with a dollop of whipped cream.
Filled with dried apricots, peaches, and apples, and topped with a dusting of powdered sugar, this stovetop dessert is a surefire crowd pleaser. Serve it with ice cream in the summer and hot chocolate in the winter.
Four pounds of apples go into this towering pie -- but you don't have to peel a single one. Just slice the fruit and pile it up. Oats baked into the flour crust add a rustic touch, while warm caramel sauce drizzled on top provides extra sweetness.
This classic pie is just like the one grandma used to make. For a fresh spin, top it with our simple-to-make cranberry, pecan, and caramel sauce.
With its rich, gooey filling, this pie is a chocoholic's dream. Bonus: It freezes beautifully, so you can make it ahead to save time on the day of your get-together.
A mixture of chopped pecans, hazelnuts, and walnuts adds crunchy goodness to every bite of this creamy pumpkin pie recipe.