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Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust

Do you like a classic pumpkin pie? Why not taking it up a notch by adding a zing of ginger? As you may know, ginger is an aphrodisiac, used in ancient Chinese medicine. So, what do you think? A gingersnap crust and a scoop of lavender ice cream on the …

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Pecan Pie

This is a tried-and-true recipe for which you’ll receive praise all the time. The funny thing is that the recipe is taken just from the Karo corn syrup bottle. There’s just a little more vanilla and pecans. Surprise your family with this scrumptious Pecan Pie. Crust Basic Pie Dough Filling 1 cup corn syrup, 3 whisked eggs, …

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Classic New York Cheesecake

There is ongoing discussion about if cheesecake is a cake or a pie. You can find heated arguments over the question on food blogs and Twitter in particular and spend some time having great fun. Cheesecake is made up of filling held together with a crust, which by definition is a pie. But …

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Triple Berry Pie

Triple Berry Pie is the perfect choice when you teach your children how to make a pie. Why? Well, firstly there’s no cutting involved, and secondly, the berries are vivid and colorful, and the final pies look really pretty. If you use frozen berries, thaw them only partially, so they don’t drown …

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Strawberry Pie With Double Crust

Double-crust strawberry pie is a juicy, vibrant pie that extends the season of spring well into summer. With the very first bite, you’ll experience its seductive magic. Keep in mind that strawberry pie needs to be stored in the fridge if it doesn’t disappear the first day. Crust Basic Pie Dough for a double-crust …

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Ham and Cheese Quiche

Beside pie, the ultimate comfort food is anything made with melted cheese. So why not go for the one-two punch and make a cheesy pie? Ham and Cheese Quiche is another one of those delicious, warm-your-insides recipes. It’s so easy to make it that you almost don’t need a recipe. This …

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Amish Funeral Pie

If you live in southeast Iowa, where many Amish communities are, you have probably already heard about raisin pie. In places, it’s known as Amish Funeral Pie because it’s often served at funerals. The ingredients are always easy to find and, more important, the sweetness of the pie helps the grieving families forget …

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Frank Barnett’s Pecan Pie

Frank Barnett really understood the spirit of pie, along with everything it includes—generosity, sharing, creativity, and love. Frank Barnett’s Pecan Pie is simply scrumptious. Crust Basic Pie Dough for a single-crust pie Filling 1 cup brown sugar, ½ cup white sugar, 2 eggs, whisked, ½ cup (1 stick) butter, 1 tbsp cornstarch, 2 …

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S’more Pie

If you are desperately in need of time-travel to sunnier, warmer, happy, and humidity-filled days, this is the pie to make. S’more Pie is as delicious and messy as when you’re making s’mores around a campfire, but without the biting mosquitos and poison ivy! Crust Graham Cracker Crust Filling 3 ounces …

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Coconut Custard Pie

When you think of coconut, you maybe think of Hawaii or the Caribbean. Think of your bones getting warmed by the tropical sun. Picture yourself swimming in salty tepid ocean waters. For all coconut fans, Coconut Custard Pie is the first choice. Crust Basic Pie Dough Filling 2 tbsp flour, 1 cup sugar, pinch of salt, 3 …

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