When you want a showstopper dessert that tastes just as good as it looks this Poinsettia Pecan Pie with Painted Crust is just the ticket!
Pies & Tarts
I’m here to show you just how easy this pilgrim pumpkin pie is to make. If you’ve never roasted pumpkin in order to make a pumpkin pie, then you’re missing out on part of the fun.
If you’ve never served your pumpkin pie in an actual pumpkin (as the pilgrims did), then we need to get busy baking! Ready?
This adorable Turkey Crust Pumpkin Pie is easy to recreate and will amaze your family and friends this holiday season.
Let me show you how easy it is to assemble and bake this fun Thanksgiving holiday treat.
This delightfully colorful autumn leaves apple pie may look like it’s difficult to make, but with my easy tips and tricks, you too can make this adorable (and delicious) apple pie!
You’re going to love how easy and delicious these apple pie wedges are to make…and eat.
With store-bought or homemade pie crust, apple pie wedges are utterly delicious!!
I developed this easy recipe for Pumpkin Cheesecake Tartlets with a Cookie Crust after I’d rewritten and remade my great grandmother’s recipe for Fence Cake (aka applesauce cake).
Since the cookie crust for great grandma Patterson’s Fence Cake is ‘almost’ my favorite part of that particular dessert (not that I could choose), I wanted to use it again in another dessert recipe. And this is the story of how these delicious Pumpkin Cheesecake Tartlets with a Cookie Crust were born.
Hey, Boo! Don’t be scared. This hauntingly delicious Boo Berry Pie is easier to make than you may think, and I’m excited to show you exactly how to do it.
I’m updating this recipe post for my Great Grandma’s Old-Fashioned Applesauce Cake (aka Fence Cake), which I originally published back in June of 2011. The recipe remains the same but the photos are new, and this post now features a printable recipe card feature along with the nutritional information.
I’m going to be perfectly honest with you here (as I always am). This recipe idea for Strawberry Orange Pie Cake is not my own. I saw it in one of my back issues of Food Network Magazine and thought it looked like something I wanted to try. I did, however, adapt the recipe ingredients and also put my own touch on the lattice pie crust topping with those cute little strawberry accents to up the cuteness factor.
I hope all these tips and tricks will help, not hinder, your desire to make this cornucopia crusted pumpkin pie.
They’re not meant to intimidate you, they’re meant to inspire and bring out the food artist within YOU! You can do this!!