If there is a dessert that everyone in your family will fall in love with, it would be pie. Whether a pie is flaky or tender, it melts in the mouth and teleports us to paradise. And this is specially the case in fall, when everything warm and soulful makes its way into our hearts. Are you someone who never tried making a pie just because you are scared of how it might turn out? As you gradually master pies, you will get to realise how easy making a pie is. And how absolutely and marvellously worth it. Whether you are looking to serve a fall pie for your family or a social gather, here are some great and wholesome pies to make in fall for a cozy season.
Shaker Lemon Pie
The shaker lemon takes some planning to prepare, as there are a bunch of ingredients needed for the filling, and the lemons should be left to macerate for 24 hours if possible, or at least 4 hours. But the hours of wait can do wonders to the taste. This is an incredibly light and fresh pie suitable to serve at gatherings, or just to have with a cup of tea.
Double-Crust Apple Pie
There is nothing in the world like a good apple pie. Double-crust apple pie packs a full-on apple flavour, and the natural juices of the fruit will be sealed by the double crust. To really bring out the sweet, warming flavor of apple, toss the pieces of apple in apple juice. If you’re looking for one of the best pies to make in fall, let this be it And hey? Cinnamon. Always.
Classic Pumpkin Pie
As good as a double-crusted aromatic apple pie, the classic pumpkin spice pie is a simple and soothing dessert that can be prepared using refrigerated pie dough. This is also the most significantly seasonal pie on our list because, as you must know and agree with, fall is pumpkin season!
Pear pie is a truly rejuvenating and delicious combination of pear, maple, lemon and ginger flavours. This fragrant dessert smells of more than just pear as it incorporates some spiciness, sugar and warmth to add a romantic element to it.
Spiced Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
A creamy pumpkin pie is the best dessert to make using all the fall flavours. Apiced pumpkin chiffon pie is fluffier and less dense, making it a classic Thanksgiving recipe. This is also a crowd-pleaser dessert that you want to serve at holiday gatherings.
Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie
When making a pie, the hardest part is to achieve the buttery, flaky consistency and exact golden-brown texture for the pie crust. It may sound a little too weird, but store-bought cinnamon rolls make you the perfect apple pie.
Chocolate Orange Tart
Beautiful and bold citrus adds colour to brisk fall days. This chocolate orange tart is a remarkably fresh and vibrant dish with tanginess from the orange juice, bitterness from the orange zest and sweetness from chocolate. The bold and beautiful citrus adds colour to the dessert and the caramel sauce makes sure you don’t have to part with your love.
Spiced Bourbon Apple Pie
Spiced bourbon apple pie gives you a dark sweetness through the flavours of caramel, warm oak and vanilla. A flaky, unsweetened crust is the perfect backdrop for the best apple pie you would have ever tasted. To be honest, this is the only thing that compares to a classic apple pie;
Cranberry-orange pie is a dessert that everyone will have a special sweet spot and sweet tooth for, thanks to its saucy fruit extravaganza. This pie can best be enjoyed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and cornmeal streusel topping on any fall occasion.
These are our nine picks for warm and cosy pies to make in fall that make a great dessert to serve on rainy autumn days. Go and try any of these recipes and you’ll be sure to get all the appreciation.
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