I eat pie all year round, but the fall and winter holiday baking seasons are definitely prime time when it comes to pie and I bake it a lot more often this time of year. For the past few years, I’ve been heading into the holidays by celebrating Pie Week and this year is no exception. I’ll be adding new pie-related posts all week and will be keeping this post updated for easy reference to each Pie Week entry.
- Dinner Pies
- Apple Cider Pie (recipe)
- 6 Ways to Add Flavor to Graham Cracker Crusts
- Pie-themed Bites from other Blogs
- Shoofly Pie (recipe)
- How to Roll Out a Pie Crust with Wax Paper
- How to Make Your Own Pie Weights
- Nifty Gadget: No-Drip Pie Shield
- The Easiest Four Ingredient Pumpkin Pie (recipe)
Got pie questions? Head over to Facebook or Twitter to ask them. Here are a few links to great pie basics already on the site that are must-reads, and don’t miss the Baking Bites Pie Week Board on Pinterest:
- Cherry Cranberry Pie
- Perfect Pumpkin Pie
- S’mores Brownie Pie (pictured above)
- Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
- Cannoli Pie
- Turkey Pot Pie
Pie Crust Recipes:
- All Butter Pie Crust
- All Shortening Pie Crust
- Always Flaky Pie Crust (blend)
- Graham Cracker Crumb Crust
- Coconut Oil Pie Crust
Pie Baking Basics:
- What is blind baking?
- How to keep a pie crust from shrinking
- Why do pie recipes approximate the amount of water?
- How to make a lattice pie crust
- What kind of pie plate is best?
- Can you freeze a fruit pie?
- Tips for troubleshooting pie crusts
- How to roll out pie dough, video