There are the basic pies that everyone loves: pumpkin, pecan and, of course, apple. There are awesome variations of those tried-and-true creations. Then, there are creative recipes that absolutely knock the taste buds off any pie lover. We’ve collected 31 of our favorite pie recipes below from some of the most delectable blogs around the web.
1. S’mores® Pie
S’more? How can I have more of something if I haven’t had anything yet? Obviously there’s no better combination than graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate, and that is made that much tastier when created as a pie. Check it out at Tasty Kitchen.
2. Brownie Pie Pops
Pie on a stick, is there anything better? With the brownie filling and a choice of sweet dipping sauces – such as chocolate or whipped cream – the world of hand-held treats just got a lot better. Check it out at Something Swanky.
3. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Pie
Take the awesomeness of Reese’s® and make it into a pie, and that’s essentially what you’ll have here. No banana, flour or soy in this recipe; but all the deliciousness. Check it out at Chocolate Covered Katie.
4. Crumb Apple Pie
The secret in this recipe from our guest blogger? Sour cream in the filling. It adds a tangy and unexpected flavor to the most traditional of pies. Couple that with the sugary-cinnamon crumb topping and you have yourself a most delectable treat. Check it out here at Personal Creations.
5. Sweet Potato Pie with Cinnamon Roll Crust
When someone says, “this is so good, what’s in it?” the answer invariably comes back: cinnamon. Again it proves to be the highlight of this recipe, which also incorporates sweet potatoes. Check it out at Tablespoon.
6. Oatmeal Cookie Pie
For those who want breakfast and dessert all in one tasty creation, this pie can certainly suffice. The crust is oatmeal, the filling is oatmeal, and the powdered sugar is certain to make you want more. Check it out at Sweet Society.
7. Sweet and Salty Guinness® Chocolate Pie
The children can have their apple pie and macaroni and cheese; the adults will have this sweet concoction. The Guinness® is in the pie filling, as well as the marshmallow meringue that sits atop it. As everyone knows, that pretzel crust will make you thirsty. Check it out at Sprinkle Bakes.
8. Toffee Cream Pie
The great thing about this recipe is that there is room for imagination. Any leftover candy you have could potentially be added to the mix. But this particular recipe calls for Heath® candy bars and whipped cream in addition to the main ingredient: vanilla pudding. Check it out at Kitchen Meets Girl.
9. Blueberry Tall Pie
It would be tough to find a pie more perfect for a warm summer night. A wall of whole-wheat crust surrounds the blueberry on mashed blueberry recipe, making for a fresh yet crunchy taste. Check it out at Chasing Delicious.
10. Bourbon Cherry Pie
With this pie, you can never have too much cherry. But what about a little something extra? The bourbon provides a kick to this classic recipe. The oak-aged whiskey will mix very well with the cherries, and the flavors will combine for a delectable treat. Check it out at Sel Et Sucre.
11. No-Bake Butterfinger® Pie
This recipe combines what are arguably the two greatest candy cookie and candy bar snacks: Oreo® and Butterfinger®. The Oreo® serves as the crust, and the chopped pieces of Butterfinger® as the topping between a filling of cream cheese, peanut butter and granulated sugar. Apologies for all the drool that just landed on your keyboard. Check it out at Brown Eyed Baker.
12. White Chocolate Mocha Pie
Chocolate graham crust, chocolate mocha filling, white chocolate mousse topping and chocolate drizzle; too much chocolate? Of course not. You can never have too much of such a good thing. This pie ensures the most satisfying of food comas, leaving your tongue in a blissful state. Check it out at Grandmother’s Kitchen.
13. Frozen Pineapple Cream Pie
This recipe can be made in less than five minutes, and if you make it in the morning, can be a perfect mid-afternoon dessert on a hot day. The crisp pineapple along with a crunchy graham cracker crust will quench your hunger and quell the heat. Check it out at Miss In the Kitchen.
14. Grasshopper Ice Cream Pie
Now who’s going to turn down anything involving mint chocolate chip ice cream? It’s chocolate, it’s mint, it’s delicious! And it’s very refreshing. Put a pint of it into a pie, and the coolness will make your taste buds come alive. Check it out at The Messie Kitchen.
15. Snickerdoodle Pie
The name just rolls off the tongue so easily. And the taste is just one more thing your tongue will appreciate about this pie. Everything that’s great about a snickerdoodle now sits between layers of cinnamon sugar and caramel sauce. Serve a little warm with some vanilla ice cream to really bring out the flavor. Check it out at Mountain Momma Cooks.
16. Cream Cheese and Butterscotch Pumpkin Pie
This recipe just sounds like Thanksgiving: pumpkin, pecan, cinnamon and sugar all in one scrumptious concoction. Made in muffin-tin cups, these are a perfect bite size treat to celebrate the season, but can also be enjoyed any time of year. Check it out at Picky Palate.
17. Cinnamon Bun Pecan Pie
The pecan pie has been a staple on dessert trays and dinner tables for decades, but there’s one thing that can make it better: cinnamon. This recipe provides a new spin on the classic. Check it out at Sweet and Crunch Blog.
18. Upside Down Lentil Potpie
For the vegetarian in you, this potpie recipe is a refreshing change. Using all natural ingredients, the diced tomatoes and black beans mix together for a healthy treat. Check it out at Florida Coastal Cooking.
19. Carrot Cake Pie
This is not your typical carrot cake. The pie itself includes cinnamon, sugar and vanilla extract, adding a sweet flavor, but what really wakes up the taste buds is the frosting. Made with white chocolate and cream cheese, the smooth topping will make you crave more. Check it out at Crazy for Crust.
20. Yogurt Mixed Berry Pie
For all the yogurt lovers out there, this recipe may as well have been sent from heaven. Strawberries, blueberries and of course that creamy yogurt all on a crunchy graham cracker crust. You can’t get much more fresh than that. Check it out at Cooking on the Side.
21. Cookie Dough Cream Pie
Close your eyes and imagine this: Chocolate on top of chocolate, with a brown sugar cream filling. That unique and distinctive smell of cookie dough is enough to overwhelm your senses, and it should be no secret we drooled over this recipe as well. A chocolate lovers dream. Check it out at Love and Olive Oil.
22. Lemon Icebox Pie
The key here is to zest the lemons before you juice them. This can take a little while, but patience makes for a delicious pie. This tart and tasty treat is sure to be worth the effort. Check it out at Life Love and Sugar.
23. Homemade Peach Pie
This innovative take on a classic recipe will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Your choice of cinnamon or nutmeg, coupled with vanilla and sugar will add sweetness to the smooth taste of peach. The sanding sugar on top provides the crunch to this lovely dish. Check it out at Wives with Knives.
24. Lime-Coconut Pie
If you live in a part of the country that has suffered through polar vortexes, blizzards and everything else brought on by winter’s fury, then let yourself feel tropical with this recipe. The combination of lime and coconut, not to mention the granulated sugar and whipped cream, will have you forgetting how cold it is outside. Check it out at Sugar Hero.
25. Raspberry Buttermilk Pie
It’s all about the butter here. Instead of shortening or lard for the crust, the buttermilk will give a richer and smoother taste that complements the raspberries very well. Add a little lemon zest for an extra kick. Check it out at PBS Food Blog.
26. Bob Andy Pie
Apparently this pie got its name from an Amish man who, upon tasting this pie, exclaimed, “This pie is as good as Bob and Andy!” Bob and Andy were his horses. Now that you’ve gotten your trivia lesson for the day, the pie is filled with whole milk and cinnamon, topped with whipped cream and a strawberry. If it’s good enough for the Amish, it’s good enough for anyone. Check it out at Life and Kitchen.
27. Pink Lemonade Pie
Nothing says summer like pink lemonade. The sweet yet tart taste just insinuates warm breezes and lightning bugs. This pie recipe does the same. Topped with shredded coconut and granulated sugar, one bite will have you feeling like you’re sitting on your patio in the middle of June. Check it out at Blooming on Bain Bridge.
28. Peppermint Pie
So cool, your tongue may freeze and fall off. Not really, but if you were concerned about your after-dinner breath, one slice of this would take care of that until next week. The peppermint, granulated sugar and whipped cream combine for a sweet and crunchy taste. Check it out at Saving Dessert.
29. Zebra Cream Pie
That Oreo cookie crust is just so irresistible. When you fill it with a vanilla batter packed to the gills with bittersweet chocolate, you’ve got yourself a lusciously smooth creation. Check it out at Salad in a Jar.
30. Cake Batter Pie
This colorful recipe uses cake batter as the filling on a Golden Oreo crust, and is topped with sprinkles and whipped cream. Whether or not it’s your birthday is a moot point; you don’t need a reason to enjoy this festive creation. Check it out at Pizzazzerie.
31. Simple Banoffee Pie
“Banoffee” is what you get when you mix banana and toffee, kind of like “Brangelina” or “Beniffer.” But that’s neither here nor there; this scrumptious concoction of the aforementioned mixed chocolate and whipped cream on a graham cracker crust doesn’t even have to be refrigerated before slicing and serving. Check it out at Three Many Cooks.
No Math Required
No matter how you add it up, Pi day should be celebrated with all the festiveness associated with other holidays. Whether you and a few friends divide and conquer on a pie, or you subtract them out and go solo, there’s no bad way to enjoy this tasty day. Tell us how you’re celebrating on Twitter!