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Holiday Pies Roundup

Holiday Pies Roundup

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Holidays in the South would not be complete without a homemade pie for dessert.  This Holiday Pies Roundup includes apple pies, pecan pies, fruit pies, ice cream pie, chocolate pies, and more.

Family gatherings during the holidays normally includes a separate table full of pies.  We love our pie, especially if it is warm and topped with Ice Cream.  To me, homemade pie is a perfect way to finish a meal.  Pies are normally made by mixing everything together and adding it to a pie crust which is super easy.  Pies are not only easy to make, but delicious and a great comfort food.

I grew up in Mobile, Alabama.  My uncle lived about 30 minutes in the country and had lots of pecans trees.  I picked up many pecans.  I loved them growing up, and I still love them today.  Probably, the most popular way to eat pecans is a pecan pie which is one of my favorite pies. You will find a few different recipes for pecan pies below.  

If you are planning your holiday meal, be sure to check out some of these delicious looking pie recipes.  This Holiday Pies Roundup makes me ready for the holidays and that delicious pie table. 

Holiday Pies Round Up  #pies #dessert #best pies #Thanksgiving pies #holiday pies

Best Fudge Pie  #pie #best pie #fudge pie #chocolate pie

Peanut Butter Cup Oreo Ice Cream Pie #pie #Ice Cream Pie

Buttermilk Pie

Best Praline Apple Pie #pie #apple pie #best pie

Apple Pie in Puff Pastry  #pie #apple pie #puff pastry apple pie

Chess Pie  #chess pie #pie #best pies

Oreo Reeses Peanut Butter Pie

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10 Responses to Holiday Pies Roundup

  1. Diane,
    Thank you so much for the recipe! I have used it during the holidays for the past two years and it’s great! The only problem is I just can’t seem to commit it to memory. As for those who say it’s too eggy, I think you have to be from the south to get it! I’m originally from New Orleans and I can’t remember a holiday that my grandmother did not make egg pies when I was growing up and I’m only 30. In fact it is my mom’s favorite pie and my stepfather who is from Guatemala also loves it because it reminds him of flan; it is the only request he has now for the holiday! lol So now it is my duty to make the egg pies for the holidays. Thank you again for sharing the recipe with me!

  2. Hi Diane!
    You once had a recipe posted here on your blog for custard egg pie, which I believe you called “Southern Creme Brulee”, but I can no longer find it on here. If it is not too much trouble could you please email me the recipe, I would like to make it for Thanksgiving. Thank You !

  3. These all look so, so good! Especially the buttermilk and also the fudge pie. I’ve never had either of those. Yum! Thanks for linking up with Motivational Monday, hope to see you back this week!

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