Thanksgiving and pie go hand in hand…or should I say PIES! Part of the fun of the festive meal is tasting more than one delicious pie. I’ve got some great ideas to make your desserts devine–the best from some of your favorite chefs. First, you’ll want to start with the perfect pie crust. For that, a demonstration from the experts in Texas – The Flying Saucer Pie Co. ….
It tastes just like Ma used to make…because she still does! Ma Harper’s Sweet Potato Pie with fresh pralines is about as ‘home cookin’ as you can get. Dressing up the sweet potatoes for dessert is just the bonus…
Here’s a pie that really puts an exclamation on things…OMG! It’s the Oh-My-God Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie and it’s one of my most popular dessert recipes to date. I wonder why? It’s devilishly delicious!
A crumbly crust and rich, gooey center…mousse is the name of the game for this Pair of Ports Pie and it is superb! Serve chilled and thank me later, I love this recipe!
Talk about lemony fresh! This tangy tart plays on all of your taste buds and for good reason…it’s made with the Italian lemon liqueur Limoncello. Garnish with raspberry whipped cream. The presentation alone speaks volumes for Paesanos Limoncello.
The name says it all…Jalapeño Apple Pie. It’s a spicy Southern switch on an American classic – and very easy to whip up! A real hit for those feeling adventurous enough to take a stab!
Yet another twist on the traditional apple pie – cranberries as well! Earl Abel’s has been around for years, and for years I’ve loved their Apple Cranberry Pie…it makes special occasions like the holidays all the more special!
Inspired by my grandmother, but a recipe all my own…Last but not least I wanted to share with you my take on the Perfect Apple Pie. Topped with a Bourbon glaze that I personally can’t get enough of!