9 Classic Pies That Will Make Your Fall Even Sweeter

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The name says it all! Classic pies are the epitome of comfort food, and we’ve got 9 different types of classic pies that will make your fall even sweeter. From berry to chocolate to apple and more, you’ll have plenty of options to satisfy your cravings this season. Read on to learn more about these delicious desserts and how to recreate them at home! Get your pie pans ready!

This old-fashioned pie features a tart filling made with fresh or frozen rhubarb and a creamy custard base. The filling is cooked on the stove top until thickened, then poured into an unbaked pie crust and baked. Be sure to use a pie dish with high sides, as the filling will bubble up during baking. Serve this pie warm or cold, topped with whipped cream or ice cream.

This no-bake pie has a chocolate cookie crust and a light, minty filling made with whipped cream, cream cheese, and peppermint extract. It’s the perfect make-ahead dessert for a holiday party or potluck. For an added twist, try swapping out half of the milk in your whipped cream mixture for Bailey’s Irish Cream.

There’s nothing like a slice of peach pie in the summertime. But if you can get your hands on some fresh peaches in the fall, then you have to make this classic pie. The key to a good peach pie is using ripe peaches that are sweet and juicy. You don’t want to use too much sugar, because the peaches should be able to shine through. And a flaky, buttery crust is a must.

This chocolate pie is so smooth and creamy, it practically melts in your mouth. The secret to its amazing texture is in the filling: a mixture of chocolate, cornstarch, and egg whites that’s cooked on the stove until thick and glossy. Once it’s cooled, the filling is poured into a pre-baked pie crust and chilled until firm.

This pie is the perfect balance of sweet and tart. The blackberries are bursting with flavor and the crust is flaky and golden brown. This is a classic recipe that will become a family favorite. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, this would be a great addition to your meal! I love it because it has a generous amount of berries in it, which means more fruit in every bite. The best part? It’s so easy to make!

This Blueberry Pie is made with a homemade blueberry filling and a flaky, buttery pie crust. The filling is bursting with fresh blueberries and has just the right amount of sweetness. The crust comes together quickly and easily, and bakes up golden brown. This pie is the perfect dessert for any summer gathering!

What’s not to love about strawberry pie? The classic pie combination of sweet strawberries and rich, buttery crust is a match made in heaven. This particular recipe features a crumble topping made with brown sugar, oats, and pecans. It’s the perfect way to add a little extra sweetness and crunch to your pie.

This Pennsylvania Dutch classic is made with a molasses-based filling and a crumb topping. It gets its name from the way the filling bubbles up and shoofs the topping off the pie as it bakes. Serve this pie warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The best part? You can make it in less than an hour!

This Dutch Apple Pie is everything a fall pie should be: sweet, tart, and full of warm spices. The filling is made with a mix of apples, sugar, flour, lemon juice, and cinnamon, and the whole thing is topped with a flaky crust. Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate fall dessert. I hope you enjoyed this post on Classic Pies.

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