So-rich buttermilk makes this luscious pie a classic. Ground nutmeg adds a pretty topping.
A made-by-you cinnamon pastry pairs nicely with the crunchy-tart walnuts in this gorgeous holiday pie.
A creamy mixture of pumpkin and butterscotch pudding fills buttery pastry.
A tart-sweet mixture of cranberries and golden raisins fills a buttery pastry.
Mint chocolate chip ice cream and two different kinds of candy top a layer of crushed chocolate cookies.
A sprinkling of coarse salt brings the irresistible salt-sweet combo to this luscious caramel and ganache tart.
Thin slices of apricot, velvety whipped cream, and a sweet crumb mixture top this decadent pie.
A sweet mixture of pears, cranberries, almonds, and pistachios fills this gorgeous tart. You can make the rich and buttery pastry crust yourself or use a store-bought one.
A hint of strawberry flavor adds an unexpected twist to this chocolaty dessert. The cocoa-flavored crust is topped with a layer of chocolate and almond-laced mascarpone.
This modern variation of an old-time favorite includes fresh ginger and a velvety cream cheese swirl.
Chambord, a delicious blend of red and black raspberries, honey, and vanilla infused in cognac, gives this raspberry pie a holiday-worthy twist.
A buttery crust, made from crushed chocolate or vanilla cookies, is filled with a silky blend of chocolate and peanut butter.
Two holiday favorites come together to make this exquisite pie. Creme-filled pirouette cookies and grated nutmeg make a festive topping.
The roasty-toasty coffee-flavored liqueur enhances the chocolate and pecans in this irresistible pie.
Filled with a buttery blend of apples, toffee pieces, and brown sugar, these tiny tartlets are simple and fun to make. Serve them with a scoop of coffee or cinnamon ice cream.
Rich white chocolate filling billows over this pie's dark chocolate crust with a double dose of mint flavor
This deep-dish pie will become one of your holiday favorites. You'll make it again and again.
A lattice-top crust gives this easy-to-make tart a fancy pastry shop-look. Serve it with a scoop of cinnamon or vanilla ice cream.
Fresh cranberries and pear slices are piled high in this irresistible pie. Warm caramel sauce adds a touch of sweetness.
Maple syrup-laced filling and fluffy meringue topping add a fresh spin to this holiday favorite.
This decadent dessert is ideal for any holiday occasion. To make it ahead, bake the tart as directed, chill for 24 hours, and let it stand at room temperature for three hours before serving.
This luscious pie is sure to be a hit with you and your holiday guests. Chocolate curls and a sprinkling of peanuts jazz it up.
Leaves cut from pastry dough top this rich and creamy pie. Serve it along with pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving or as a dinner party dessert.
If you love chocolate, this pie is a must-try. Make it ahead -- it freezes beautifully -- to save time on the day of your holiday party.
With a crisp hazelnut crust and creamy chocolate filling, this holiday dessert is true bliss. Chocolate-dipped hazelnuts and coarsely chopped chocolate make a pretty garnish.