Fall is a wonderful time to try new pie recipes, thanks to the abundance of available fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Our collection of favorite fall pies and tarts includes classics like pumpkin pie and apple pie, plus plenty of new pie and tart flavors, too.
Pile two types of skillet-cooked fruits into a caramel-pecan cookie crust for a fall tart worthy of being a centerpiece. Drizzle the easy, elegant dessert with caramel before serving.
Pecan pie is a must during the fall, and these adorably compact and scrumptiously sweet mini pies feature the sweet, nutty flavor you know and love. Reduced-fat ingredients help keep the muffin tin treats under 200 calories.
With their ruby-red flesh and sweet-tart flavor, blood oranges are a brilliant seasonal choice for this simple five-ingredient tart. A maple syrup reduction helps mull the fruit, while a homemade pecan crust adds a hint of saltiness to the elegant dessert.
Combine the goodness of rich caramel apples with tart cranberries for a fruit pie that is perfect for fall gatherings. We'll show you our secrets to pie success, plus how to make the dessert's beautiful leaf pastry cutouts.
It may not come out of a pie tin, but this is one of our most popular pie recipes of all time! The crumb topping -- chopped pecans, rolled oats, and sugar -- elevates this fall pie, which is prepared in a 15x10-inch pan for easy sharing.
Caramelize thick wedges of Honeycrisp apples to create the beautiful top layer of this fragrant browned butter-custard dessert. Our easy homemade sweet pastry forms the tart's buttery crust.
Use butternut squash instead of pumpkin to bring something new to the dessert table. The sweet, nutty flavor pairs beautifully with a spicy gingersnap crust. Sprinkle cinnamon into a leaf-shape cookie cutter to make the gorgeous garnish.
Soft and flaky pastry crust filled to the brim with tender cinnamon-and-sugar apples -- what could make this classic dessert better? Try adding sharp cheddar cheese to the crust and topping for the perfect combination of salty and sweet.
Making piecrust won't be intimidating after you pick up the simple tricks in this video. Watch as we show you the secret to mixing pie dough, plus how to store the homemade pastry.
Icebox pies are an easy alternative to traditional pies. The buttery crust is the only part you need to bake. The chilled pumpkin filling has all the flavors you know -- cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves -- but cream cheese and gelatin give it an airy texture.
Two cups of toasty walnuts surrounded by a sugary mixture of pure maple syrup, light rum, and nutmeg make every bite of this pie a pleasure. Use a cookie cutter to form autumn leaf cutouts with any extra pie dough.
Why stop at whipped cream? Add mascarpone for a thick, indulgent topping that's perfect for pairing with vanilla-infused pumpkin. Now that's a pumpkin pie!
Complete this cinnamon-spiced apple pie with a crumb topping, crunchy pecans, and a drizzle of gooey caramel sauce. Braid the edges of your piecrust for a fancy finish.
Coffee-flavor liqueur combined with bittersweet chocolate gives this brownie-like pie a deep mocha flavor. Creamy peanut butter and caramel baking bits make the pie filling extra indulgent.
The warm flavor of bourbon makes an easy addition to hearty sweet potato pie. The caramelized hazelnut crumble is the real treat, though. This crunchy and sweet topper will have you asking for seconds.