The Holiday season is quickly approaching! With Thanksgiving next month, we’re all sorting through old recipes trying to figure out what’s going to make it to our dinner table this year. Pumpkin pie– a classic indeed, but with so much newness, we thought it’d be fun to try a new pie recipe, too! Here are 10-holiday pie recipes for you to try this season that are not pumpkin!
.01 – Apple Pie
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Who doesn’t love a good apple pie? Click here for a classic apple pie recipe!
.02 – Cranberry Pie
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Don’t just stop at cranberry sauce– try a cranberry pie! This recipe calls for fresh cranberries but also can substitute for frozen, which makes it very easy! Click here for a recipe!
.03 – Apricot Pie
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This pie is rated 5 stars with super simple ingredients- click here for a recipe!
.04 – Maple Hazelnut Pie
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Anyone love a good Nutella sandwich? If so, click here to try this pie!
.05 – Pecan Pie
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A classic, nutty caramelized pie is the perfect pair to a hearty Thanksgiving meal. This is perfect for all sweet & salty lovers! Click here for a recipe.
.06 – Peach Pie
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Think peach cobbler, but make it in pie form. We absolutely cannot wait to try this recipe next month. Click here for a recipe!
.07 – Vanilla Cream Pie
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For a fluffy, airy pie, we recommend vanilla cream. It gives your taste buds a break from all the seasonal spices & takes it back to the basics. Click here for a recipe.
.08 – Butternut Squash Pie
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We think using seasonal ingredients is such a fun way to celebrate the season & also support local farmers! Click here for a recipe.
.09 – Sweet Potato Pie
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We love the versatility of sweet potatoes– & here is yet another recipe where sweet potatoes are the star! Click here for a recipe!
.10 – Brown Sugar Pie
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Calling all sweet tooth’s this is the pie for you! With the star ingredient literally being sugar, this pie is on the sweeter side, but delicious nonetheless. Click here for a recipe.