My all-time favorite fruit is the apricot and it’s is sometimes difficult to find good apricots. Fresh apricots spiced with cinnamon and ginger give this pie an extra bit of love. When serving this pie top each slice with a bit of fresh whipped cream and sprinkle lightly with ginger.
Summer, berries, and rustic pies! If you’re a beginner baker then this pie is perfect for you. And sometimes I’m just not in the mood to make a fitted pie plate pie.
Try this “upgraded” Apple Tart for a new holiday favorite.
This is one of the easiest apple pies to make. You can prepare it a day ahead, refrigerate it, and then bake it an hour and a half before you plan to serve it.
Flaky and brimming with cherry flavor, these portable pies come together with just a handful of ingredients. If you don’t like cherries then use your favorite fresh fruit and preserves in this recipe instead.
Summer is here and it’s time to start taking advantage of delicious summer produce. Making a crostata is the easiest way to make a pie.
Oatmeal Pecan Pie can serve as a Thanksgiving dessert or a breakfast treat!
The island air is cool and crisp and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. I’ll be making this smooth, chiffon-like pie, which is my go-to-recipe every year. Try topping it with a dollop of whipped cream and a dusting of cinnamon for an extra pop.
With the advent of fall we’ve naturally segued into a baking mood. If you don’t have a tart pan then just roll the dough into a 12-inch square and place on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet, top with sliced apples to the edges. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes...
Cayenne won’t shout hot and spicy, but will instead add a welcome warmth to the fruit filling. A mix of dark sweet and tart cherries strikes the right balance of sweet and sour.