Old Fashioned Pie Recipes include cream pies, no bake pies, cobblers, a Flaky Pie Crust, quiche and an easy, delicious Cream Puff Pastry, to delight your family and guests.
The world loves pies. Folks have been baking them for hundreds of years.
Our Pilgrims loved them so much they brought their favorite recipes, which consisted mostly of the mincemeat pie with them.
They discovered how to make fruit, vegetable, custard and cream pies,
using the foods American Indians taught them to eat.
Popular magazines were featuring
holiday pie recipes in 1935.
Here you will find an
Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Pie that was featured in the Good-Housekeeping
magazine, November issue, in 1937.
pie has been the winner of polls I have done online asking fans if they
prefer pies or cakes for desserts.
I found it amazing that all such polls resulted in the the same results.
Pies won every time!
up a favorite traditional pie in our delicious,
homemade Flaky Pie Crust from scratch or other no bake crusts and make any meal, a special occasion for your family and friends!
Banana Cream Pie
One of the Best Cream Pies you will taste!
Full of bananas in a Chocolate Graham Crust, Whipped Cream and Chocolate Curls!
A juicy, delicious Old Fashioned Cherry Cobbler made easy with canned Sour Red Cherries, self-rising flour, and butter.
Easy Apple Pie
An old fashioned recipe that is not sweet, not too spicy and baked in a deep dish flaky pie crust.
It is topped with a delicious glaze of cream and sugar.
An elegant Old Fashioned Recipe made with milk, eggs, sugar and flavorings.
Key Lime Pie
Tart filling in a honey graham cracker crust.
Topped with meringue and coconut and baked long enough to toast.
Old Fashioned Blackberry Cobbler
Scrumptious Blackberry Cobbler with bring happy memories of blackberry picking to your table.
Awesome, easy dessert!
Pear Cobbler With Apples
Made with raisins and spices topped with a glazed crust of self-rising flour, brown sugar, butter and nuts.
A food called pie can be traced back to 1303 and was very popular by 1362.
The first pies were made of meat and fish.
The early settlers were making pies as soon as they arrived in America.
Those historical pies were made with single pie and double pie crusts, the same way they are made today.
There was good reasons why those first colonist were making lots of pies in those hard and primitive conditions other than being a favorite food.
A piecrust used less flour than bread and did not require anything as complicated as a brick oven for baking.
Most important though, was that those pies could stretch those settlers provisions to feeding a few more hungry souls.
Another plus, a pie crust did not use up as much flour as did bread making.
Banana Split Pie Recipe
Make the Banana Split Pie into a pie filling by adding less milk per pudding box directions.
Butterscotch Pudding Recipe
Make the Butterscotch Pudding into a pie by cooking the pudding a few minutes longer until is as thick as a pie filling.