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It's all in the name of this luxurious pie -- three kinds of coconut make this dessert irresistible. Layer with vanilla meringue for a picture-perfect presentation.
The key to this recipe is a delicious surprise. There's a layer of chocolate tucked between its graham cracker crust and sweet butterscotch filling. Top with salty cashews for the finishing touch.
Boston cream pie was invented more than 200 years ago, but it's still one of the most popular American desserts. Our recipe stays true to the original, with two layers of yellow cake, rich vanilla custard, and a generous helping of chocolate glaze.
This delightful dessert pairs the rich flavors of coconut and white chocolate with a divine whipped topping and a mountain of toasted coconut shavings.
Watch how simple it is to temper eggs to make a deliciously fluffy cream pie.
This might be the quickest route to chocolate nirvana. Peaks of fluffy meringue adorn rich chocolate filling for an eating experience that’s truly heavenly.
Peanut butter addicts, be warned: This dessert is easy to make and dangerously delicious. Layers of creamy peanut butter and rich chocolate rest on a crust of -- you guessed it -- crushed peanut butter cookies.
This twist on French silk pie boasts hints of quintessential Italian dessert cuisine. Amaretto, espresso, and mascarpone cheese set this pie apart from the rest. Molto delizioso!
Peppermint whipped cream rests on white chocolate filling and a chocolate cookie crust. Crushed peppermint candies add a cool, festive touch. The best part? You can make this holiday stunner the night before your big event.
Who doesn't love chocolate? Our sumptuous fudge and vanilla cream filling wins the day in this crowd-pleasing dessert.
The festive flavors of this decadent peppermint pie will have you reaching for another slice (or two). Sprinkle with crushed peppermint candies before serving.
Chai is a spiced black tea with origins in India, where street vendors called chai wallahs sell individual servings in earthenware cups. In this recipe, chai lends its medley of warm spices to our rich chocolate filling and vanilla wafer crust.
A classic favorite gets a tasty makeover with help from luscious caramel and crunchy pecans. For an extra-special touch, form piecrust scraps into decorative leaves and place on pie before serving.
French Silk Pie is the sweetheart of the pie world. Its soft crust and decadent chocolate filling make this treat hard to resist. Serve at any occasion -- your guests are sure to walk away happy (and full!).
A salty pretzel crust offsets the sweet and tart lime mousse in this colorful dessert. Drizzle with blackberry sauce and top with fresh berries before serving.
This bright and creamy lemon pie is the perfect addition to your next weeknight dinner or holiday meal.
The deep burgundy hue of fresh black raspberries makes for a festive -- and irresistible -- cream pie. Garnish with grated lemon peel and fresh mint.
Searching for a pie like Grandma used to make? Try this time-honored recipe. It traces its roots back to the South -- the birthplace of comfort food -- and has a down-home taste that truly hits the spot.
Sweet apricot plays the key role in this luscious pie. Top with fresh whipped cream and ground cardamom before serving to enhance the flavor.
You'll be entertaining in no time with this quick and easy Yule-time treat. Its delightful flavors of real eggnog, chai crème liqueur, and nutmeg are balanced by a delicate vanilla wafer crust.