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Homemade pie isn’t just for experienced bakers. Whether you go classic pumpkin or creamy chocolate, all of these delicious pies are within your reach — even if it’s your first time trying.
Through the years, I’ve tested over a dozen pumpkin pie recipes and each one was plagued with either a filling that wouldn’t set properly, a massive crack down the center, or an under-cooked crust. But this one comes out perfectly every time.
What’s the secret to a perfect apple pie? Blind baking the crust and boiling down the juices in the filling before baking. These steps add a bit of extra time but ensure a crisp, flaky crust and a thick, cider-flavored filling.
Unlike most lemon meringue pie recipes, which can be rife with issues — a soggy crust, a soupy filling, or a meringue that weeps — this one is foolproof. A graham cracker crust makes it quick and easy, too.
Just mention a chocolate and peanut butter dessert and people get giddy. This pretty pie — with a chocolate crust, creamy peanut butter filling, and chocolate ganache topping — lives up to the hype.
A coconut-scented cookie crust filled with creamy coconut custard, all covered in a pillow of whipped cream and heaps of toasted coconut — this pie is downright dreamy.
Calling all chocolate lovers! With a dark chocolate cookie crust, silky chocolate pudding center and generous whipped cream topping, this one’s for you.
Made with brown butter and a shot of bourbon, this pie is richer with a more complex praline flavor — and also less cloyingly sweet — than your typical pecan pie. And the good news is that it barely requires any more effort.