It’s fall ya’ll! I have dove head first into pumpkin spice, nutmeg, and cinnamon. I love the fall and I get a baking bug come this time of year. So to bite this bug in the butt (lol too much?) I’ve rounded up 10 bloggers with exceptional pie recipes that will put you in the fall spirit.
Ok I’m all about a good caramel apple, but adding to a pecan streusel! Mind-blowing! I think Jen, blogger of Baked by an Introvert nailed it when it comes to combos and autumn inspiration.
I’ve had a many good gingerbread in my life, but I can’t say I’ve had a gingerbread pie. When I saw that Lauren, blogger of Lauren’s Latest created a gingerbread cream pie I was intrigued.
My boys would be all about this pie at the moment. Liam is all into apples and Jaxson has blackberries with almost every breakfast. This pie created by Aberdeen, blogger of Aberdeen’s Kitchen is sure to be the all-star at my house.
Doesn’t sugar and cream just sound like a dream (again, too much?) I think this is the pie you have to make when the air turn chill and all you want to do is sit by the window and watch the leaves fall. I’m sure Hayley, blogger of The Domestic Rebel and created of this recipe, was enjoying a slice sitting by her window.
One year my sister asked me to bake her a sweet potato pie, being the outstanding older sister that I am, of course, I made her the said pie. Now I know my pie didn’t compare to the pie Sally, blogger of Sally’s Baking Addiction has created. I think this is the new Thanksgiving Day pie! Who needs pumpkin?
Now you know I love me a good apple pie and salted caramel is so the thing right now. Amie, blogger of Wall Flower Kitchen did it right. Keep it classic with a touch of trendy.
Another creamy pie. I love custard and the cranberry orange combo could put anyone in the mood for crisp air and golden colors. Danielle, blogger of The Creative Bite nailed it with this recipe.
I had to add at least one pumpkin recipe. Who is ready for some chocolate swirls with that pumpkin? Katie, blogger of Healthy Seasonal Recipes took a risk; and like Sally, took a classic and gave it a twist.
One last apple pie recipe, but I had to include it because rhubarb intimates me and I need to overcome that fear. Sarah of My Frosted Life fearlessly enter the kitchen and made rhubarb bend at her will. This delicious apple and rhubarb pie is definitely how I’ll get my boys to eat a veggie and fruit in one meal.
I was inspired earlier this month to create a blackberry macaron recipe but failed epically, so perhaps I’ll just make this pie instead. Kristine, blogger of Kristine’s Kitchen tackle this pie recipe and created a delightful pie.