Did you know that February is Great American Pie Month? My family and I are all about the pie. Be it a fruit pie, a chocolate pie, or anything else in between: if it’s baked in a crust, we will eat it and probably love it. In honor of this amazing national food month, we’ve rounded up ten delicious pie recipes that you and your family are sure to love! Get the ice cream ready to scoop on top!
Apple Pie. Apple pie is the ultimate classic American pie. I especially love how Kath Dedon made this pie look like a happy face which I think is perfect for kids! Make sure to slice your apples extra thin for the most delicious result!
Pecan Pie. This recipe from Thrill Billy Gourmet claims to be the best Pecan pie has a rich flavor and pairs well with ice cream and coffee.
Pumpkin Pie. It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving to make pumpkin pie! As far as I’m concerned, it should be made year round! This recipe from Blog Chef is easy to make and tastes great with whipped cream!
Banana Cream Pie. Basically like banana pudding but better, this creamy and fruity filling with its graham cracker crust will surely be a family pleaser!
Rhubarb Pie. Rhubarb pie is my personal favorite. My grandma grows rhubarb in her backyard and makes homemade rhubarb pie whenever I come over. It’s a little fruity, a little sweet, and a whole lot of perfection. Sprinkle some sugar on top of the crust with this recipe from Adventures In Shaw.
Dutch Apple Pie. If you’re a fan of apple pie but prefer the rich center full of cinnamon and sugar deliciousness as opposed to the crust, then Dutch Apple pie would be perfect for you! This recipe from Whisk Together shows you how to make the most amazing streusel topping for your apple pie!
Blueberry Pie. Sally Pasley Vargas adds just a few other types of berries in her blueberry pie for a fantastically fruity combination!