Cooked turkey, celery, carrots, onions, and potatoes in a creamy homemade sauce are baked in flaky pastry in this classic pot pie recipe.
Raisins and vanilla are stirred into a thick and lovely custard made with egg yolks, butter, scalded milk and sugar. This lovely filling is then cooled slightly, poured into a baked pie shell and smothered with meringue. After a moment in the oven, this luscious pie is ready to be topped with whipped cream and a dusting of nutmeg.
All the delicious flavors of jambalaya come packaged as a pot pie. Rice, chicken, shrimp, and andouille sausage in a creamy Cajun-spiced sauce bubble away beneath a crust of prepared puff pastry.
This recipe is over 100 years old. My sister-in-law’s grandmother said it was a no-fail recipe. It’s the best I ever had.
Creamy and savory, this pie is filled with cream of chicken and cream of potato soups, along with a bit of thyme. It cooks up thick and hearty full of chicken and mixed veggies.
A fluffy cream cheese and whipped topping layer is spread onto the bottom of a graham cracker crust. And then comes the pudding, pumpkin and spice layer. This luscious pie is then chilled and garnished with ginger-flavored whipped topping.
This easy-to-do recipe reminds us that apples need very little help to make a memorable pie. Apples are simply layered in the pie pan, with each layer sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Then they are topped with a crust and dabs of butter. And in less than an hour, this classic pie bakes to perfection.
This pie ‘s three layers are sensational: The bottom is a creamy cheesecake layer, the middle is a sweet and spicy pumpkin layer, and the top is a butter pecan streusel that melts and mingles with the pumpkin layer as it bakes.
Use a couple of cups of mincemeat plus some apples and ready-made crusts to make a very tasty, easy pie perfect for fall and winter.
Tired of ordinary old apple pie? Well this fabulous recipe adds a delicious twist to the apply classic. Sliced, unadorned apples are mounded into a pie crust and topped with a lattice crust. Then, just before baking, a sweet, thick sugar syrup is poured carefully onto the crust. An hour later, the apples are tender and fragrant and the crust a glistening brown.