The holiday season almost always calls for pie to conclude the end of a filling feast. No matter how big your dinner was, there seems to always be room for this classic dessert. And everyone has their favorite—whether it be apple, pecan, pumpkin or key lime.
There are endless (and easy!) ways to make an Instagram-worthy holiday pie. Filling the room with the comforting smell of baked pie is quintessential of the holiday season. And the best part is that any leftovers magically turn into breakfast food in the morning! We asked Whisk Members to give us their go-to pie recipes for the holiday season.
Take a look at some of their favorites:
“That one I love because a) it is vegan + gluten free for those guests around the holidays that need that kinda dietary attention, b) it is easy to make and can be prepared in advance, and c) tastes amazing.” – Annaliese Eberle, The Dirty Sifter
“That one I really love because it is fall wrapped up in a proper flakey, all-butter pie pastry! Perfect for the holidays, along with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream (or a mug of hot coffee for a perfect autumn/winter breakfast!).” – Annaliese Eberle, The Dirty Sifter
3. Pecan Pie
“Deb has nailed it on this one. It is tried-and-true for me. Classic, delicious, perfection!” – Annaliese Eberle, The Dirty Sifter
“Tart pan or pie dish, this chocolate doozy is a dream for vegans, gluten-free'ers as well as omnivores. Rich, full of flavor and beautiful to boot. Excellent for a Christmas dessert, and simple enough to make ahead for a dessert to share at a gathering (it requires zero baking!). Choice!” – Annaliese Eberle, The Dirty Sifter
“Pear and cardamom are a combination made in heaven, and it's even more fun to make little mini pies for a holiday party.” – Vicky Cassidy, Things I Made Today
"This is a rich, deep berry pie with a touch of sage." – Vicky Cassidy, Things I Made Today
"A holiday stunner, this lemon curd icebox tart is nice and refreshing" – Vicky Cassidy, Things I Made Today