Nectarine and Huckleberry Pie
A brush of egg wash and a sprinkling of raw sugar give this summer fruit pie the most beautiful burnished crust. Get the recipe for Nectarine and Huckleberry Pie » Kyle Johnson
Sour Cherry Pie
Vanilla, lemon zest, and cinnamon add oomph to the filling of this summer fruit pie. Get the recipe for Sour Cherry Pie » Photography by Brian Klutch
Peach Pie
Bourbon, cinnamon, and nutmeg add warmth to this bright summer peach pie . Get the recipe for Summer Peach Pie » Photography by Farideh Sadeghin
Lemon Chiffon Pie
Chiffon pie involves a sweet-tart lemon mousse topped with whipped cream. Get the recipe for Lemon Chiffon Pie » Photography by Grant Cornett
Salted Caramel Apple Pie
A deep-dish pie is packed with both sweet and tart apples to balance the rich, salted caramel sauce. Get the recipe for Salted Caramel Apple Pie » Photography by Andrew Ingalls
Strawberry Rhubarb Hand Pies
For these portable fruit pies, Georgia-based chef-restaurateur Hugh Acheson uses rice wine vinegar to make the flavors pop. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Hand Pies » Photography by SAVEUR Editors
Blackberry-Plum Lattice Pie
If working with extremely ripe and juicy fruit, you might need a bit more cornstarch to adequately thicken the filling of this pie—add up to 2 additional tablespoons. The same recipe and technique can be used with just about any summer fruit. Try a combination of berries, peaches, apricots, or black cherries; you can also add flavorings, such as a teaspoon of almond extract, or liqueur. Get the recipe for Blackberry-Plum Lattice Pie » Matt Taylor-Gross
The Best Pumpkin Pie
America’s favorite pumpkin puree is actually made from squash, so why not turn to the earthy sweetness of fresh butternut squash? Get the recipe for The Best Pumpkin Pie » Matt Taylor-Gross
Apple and Armagnac Phyllo Pie
The crust of this striking dessert—named for Les Landes, the region where it is beloved and ubiquitous—curls up into jagged shards as it cooks, like a crown. Get the recipe for Apple and Armagnac Phyllo Pie (Tourtière Landaise) » Michelle Heimerman
brown coconut pie
The original recipe for this pie, adapted from Princess Pamela’s Soul Food Cookbook, was a mere few lines—devoid of even a dough recipe and intended for laid-back, confident bakers. Using fresh grated coconut is essential: It creates the ideal texture and keeps the sugary filling from skewing too sweet. Use the fine side of a box grater, or place small pieces of fresh coconut in a food processor. Get the recipe for Brown Coconut Pie » Matt Taylor-Gross
Classic Apple Pie with All-Butter Crust
With a perfect balance of sweetness to acid and the flakiest-ever, all-butter crust, this pie makes an epic dessert as well as a next-day breakfast to look forward to. Get the recipe for Classic Apple Pie with All-Butter Crust » SAVEUR Editors
Sweet and Spicy Kabocha Pie
Kabocha, Japanese pumpkin, makes a lighter pie with a vivid orange color. This pie trades in usual expected flavors for a slightly spicy dose of ginger and black pepper. Get the recipe for Sweet and Spicy Kabocha Pie » Farideh Sadeghin
Berry Pie
Inspired by his neighbor Olivia Pattison’s recipe, chef Chris Fischer uses tapioca in the filling of this pie because it thickens the juicy berry mixture without imparting its own flavor or becoming gummy. Minute tapioca pearls are easy to find in grocery stores, but if you like, substitute an equal amount of cornstarch. Get the recipe for Black and Blue Berry Pie » Photography by Elizabeth Cecil
Pumpkin Pie with Graham Cracker Crust and Pepita-Sage Brittle
A sprinkle of bittersweet caramel brittle adds a welcome crunch to this perennial favorite, made even more special with a homemade graham cracker crust. Get the recipe for Pumpkin Pie with Graham Cracker Crust and Pepita-Sage Brittle» Matt Taylor-Gross
Hand Pies
These pies sell themselves, so my only goal with this photo was to bring you as close to their gorgeous, crusty details as possible. Get the recipe for Nectarine and Blueberry Hand Pies » Matt Taylor-Gross
Indiana Sugar Cream Pie
As Indiana’s state pie, this rich, nutmeg-dusted custard pie also goes by the name “Hoosier Pie.” Get the recipe for Indiana Sugar Cream Pie » Photography by Farideh Sadeghin
Rosemary-Caramel Apple Pie, holiday pie recipes
Rosemary adds a subtle, herbal undertone to a gooey caramel sauce that gets stirred into tart apples in this sophisticated yet all-American dessert. Get the recipe for Rosemary-Caramel Apple Pie » Matt Taylor-Gross
Blackberry Cream Pie with Toasted Oat and Sesame Crumb Crust
Phoebe Lawless of Scratch Bakery in Durham, North Carolina makes cream pies all summer long that incorporate different fruits as they become available. This recipe works just as well with strawberries, peaches, cherries, or whatever is in peak season. It’s also a great way to use fruit that is just beyond its usability, whether bruised or overly ripe. Get the recipe for Blackberry Cream Pie with Toasted Oat and Sesame Crumb Crust » Farideh Sadeghin
Bouchon's Apple Pie
Classic apple pie gets an upgrade at Las Vegas’ Bouchon Bakery, where pastry chef Scott Wheatfill tops a flaky sweet crust with housemade apple butter and almond cream. The result is a delicate, refined tart with a creamy interior and a concentrated spicy flavor. Get the recipe for Bouchon’s Apple Pie » Eilon Paz
Blackberry Pie
When Jon Rowley was a child, his grandmother used to make juice from fresh-picked blackberries. In it, he says, “you could taste and smell the briar.” In this recipe, Rowley’s wife, Kate McDermott, has combined that flavor from his youth with a tender, flaky pie crust to create an exemplar of the Pacific Northwest’s cuisine. Get the recipe for Blackberry Pie » Photography by Nicole Franzen
Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
This autumnal dessert is a lighter and more refined version of plain old pumpkin pie, thanks to egg whites folded into the filling. Get the recipe for Pumpkin Chiffon Pie » Farideh Sadeghin
Chocolate Ginger Chess Pie
A decadent mix of chocolates and ginger ups the ante on a classic Southern pie. Get the recipe for Chocolate Ginger Chess Pie » Andrew Ingalls
Classic French Banana Cream Pie
This nearly forgotten recipe comes to us from the beloved Ships Diner in Los Angeles that closed in 1995. The whipped cream filling doesn’t require any cooking—no custard here—while some slices of banana and toasted almond add texture and flavor. A fast, easy-to-make pie from a bygone era that deserves a comeback. Get the recipe for Classic French Banana Cream Pie » Wes Frazer
Navy Bean Pie
The silky, custardlike base of this autumnal pie is made from sweetened navy bean purée spiced with nutmeg, vanilla, and cinnamon. Get the recipe for Navy Bean Pie » Andre Baranowski
molasses pie
Shoofly pie—a molasses-filled, crumb-topped concoction from Pennsylvania Dutch country—was supposedly given its name because its shiny, sweet, and aromatic filling attracted flies that needed to be politely asked to leave. The pie, which is sprinkled with buttery crumbs that sink into the molasses and give it a cakelike consistency when baked, is classically served one of two ways: “wet bottom” (cakelike up top and still fudgy below) or “dry bottom” (cakelike throughout). To us, it was a no-brainer to stop baking when the bottommost layer remained gooey and custard-like. Get the recipe for Molasses Pie » Matt Taylor-Gross
Shaker Lemon Pie
With its flaky, buttery crust and marmalade-like citrus filling, not a crumb of this sunny lemon pie will be left on the dessert board. Get the recipe for Shaker Lemon Pie » Andre Baranowski
Brown Butter Walnut Pie with Sour Whipped Cream
Browned butter accentuates the flavor of earthy walnuts and a sour cream topping offsets the richness of the filling for a balanced, delectable dessert. Get the recipe for Brown Butter Walnut Pie with Sour Whipped Cream » Andrew Ingalls
Lemon Meringue Pie
A cloud of meringue is piled sky-high over lemon-curd filling in this recipe inspired by a diner classic served at the Modern Snack Bar in Aquebogue, New York. Get the recipe for Lemon Meringue Pie » Photography by Landon Nordeman
Plum Pie
Grape jelly intensifies the flavor of ripe plums in this sweet-tart summer pie from Drummond Ranch pie contestant Tracy Harris. Get the recipe for Plum Pie » James Roper
Razzleberry Pie
Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries are brightened with lemon juice and zest to make the filling for this juicy pie. Get the recipe for Razzleberry Pie » James Roper
Boysenberry Pie
Blackberries or raspberries can be substituted for boysenberries in the filling for this jammy pie. Get the recipe for Boysenberry Pie » James Roper
Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie
The toffee-like interior and beautiful bronze top layer of halved pecans won Rubyane Surritte first place in the pie contest at Oklahoma’s Drummond Ranch. Get the recipe for Blue Ribbon Pecan Pie » James Roper
Nelson Pear Pie
A pie filled with fresh pears, drizzled with cream, and sprinkled with sugar and flour makes an incredibly simple, elegant dessert. Get the recipe for Nelson Pear Pie » Photography by James Roper
Sweet Potato Pie
Using boiled sweet potatoes rather than baked ones gives this pie a beautifully vibrant color. Get the recipe for Sweet Potato Pie » Todd Coleman
Maple Pumpkin Brûlée Pie
Maple syrup is folded into the filling of this take on a classic. Just before serving, the chilled pie is brûléed, yielding a caramelized top with a dramatic crunch. Get the recipe for Maple Pumpkin Brûlée Pie » Photography by Andrew Ingalls
Cranberry Chiffon Pie
Fresh or frozen cranberries make the base for this tart custard pie. Get the recipe for Cranberry Chiffon Pie » Andrew Ingalls