Need a reason to enjoy a slice of warm, hearty pie? Luckily for you, today is National Pie Die! We have pumpkin pies, apple pies, even savory pies! To help narrow down the options, we looked through the thousands of recipes on the Food Monster App to find the most unique and craftily-paired flavor combos for you to try! Let us know which ones you want to try!
We’ve got exciting news to you; you can turn the soaked fruits from sangria into this scrumptious dessert. The crust is simple and made with only 4 ingredients! This gorgeous Holly Jolly Sangria Pie is yummy and super unique!
These picture-perfect Mini Rose Apple Pies are a fantastic treat for any fall gathering, or if you feel like giving yourself a treat. The rose center is made from Pink Pearl apples, a seasonal apple with a vibrant pink center. Their flavor is the perfect balance of sweet and tart with floral undertones that are punctuated by freshly ground cardamom and sugar.
Corn for dessert may seem random or out of place but, once you try this Frozen Corn Tart With Chocolate Crust you will surely change your mind! Roasting the corn brings out its natural sweetness. Blending those sweet kernels with rich, healthy coconut cream yields an ice cream like dessert on a chocolate cornmeal crust. The buttery-ness of the corn and the coconut balances the harsher chocolate flavors in the crust quite nicely.
Need a dessert that’s dressed to impress? This Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie will get the job done! It’s made from layers of dairy-free ganache, creamy, custard-y banana, and a billowy coconut whipped cream topping. Drizzle with melted chocolate and crispy banana chips for presentation!
This delicious vegan No-Bake Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Pie is the perfect no-bake summer dessert. A rich and creamy strawberry mousse filling between a tasty almond chocolate pie crust and topped with a rich chocolate layer. Yes, please!
This little, humble, Plum Blueberry Pie With Cardamom and Lime is full of joy. It’s gluten-free, vegan, and sure to impress any guests you have over. This pie can be big enough to share with a cool friend or small enough to have all for yourself (no judgements here). Take advantage of the produce that’s in season near you and make pies, make pastries, make beautiful creations with the earth’s beautiful creations (see what happened there?)! Start with this gorgeous plum blueberry pie.
7. Chocolate Cherry Pizza Tart
Who said pizza pies have to be cheesy or savory? This Chocolate Cherry Pizza Tart has a chocolate and almond oat base smothered in a chocolate hazelnut spread and topped with fresh cherries, coconut flakes, and dark chocolate shavings. The thin, crisp crust makes the indulgent toppings shine in the spotlight.
Not saying it’s 100% healthy because the base is still made with chocolate cream biscuits, but it should be lighter on your digestive system than the original stuff. Not to mention it is kinder for the planet and all its living creatures, too. Try this refreshing and delicious Lightened-Up Grasshopper Pie and let us know what you think!
This Carob and Fig Pie is elegant, decadent, and surprisingly easy to make. Carob and figs are perfect partners – carob flour has a chocolaty flavor and tons of calcium and these attributes are complemented by the dried figs sweetness and abundance of fiber. Not only is this cake perfectly balanced (both in the flavor department and the nutrition department), all you have to do is throw all the ingredients in a blender and the place it in the refrigerator to set.
Why have “chicken” pot pie when there are so many other proteins out there? Flaky pie crust, sweet potatoes, leeks, and peas paired with fishless fillets, Old Bay Seasoning, and kelp powder. Serve with a great big salad or whatever sides you like. This savory Seafood Pot Pie is so warming and unique!
When you think pie, you may automatically think of sweet, baked classics like pumpkin and apple pie. However, savory pies like this Mashed Potatoes and Vegetable Pie can be just as satisfying! It is a hearty meal that can comfort anyone, anywhere, any day. It’s layered with zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, carrot, and leek, so you don’t have to worry about getting your daily dose of veggies in!
Two sweet potatoes, two carrots, and a handful of spinach come together to form this light, flaky, buttery Sweet Potato Carrot Galette. It makes for an easy meal than you can customize with pretty much whatever you have in hand. A small green salad on the side would be terrific with this too.
A rich, flaky, whole wheat crust layered with homemade pesto and crispy, tender roasted veggies- you can’t really get much better than that. And to make things even better, this Whole Wheat Roasted Vegetable and Pesto Galette is super simple to create!
This simple yet oh-so comforting Beet and Olive Pie With Quinoa Flour Crust is filled with all kinds of goodness like beets, olives, capers, and more! All of these delicious veggies are wrapped in a buttery, flaky pie crust made from protein-packed quinoa flour and whole wheat flour. Who said that pies had to be sweet?
These easy-to-make Broccolini Pesto and Ricotta Tarts are the perfect crowd-pleasers for parties, brunch, or as quaint little snacks just for yourself. These tarts bring out the best that pesto has to offer. Broccolini is just another term for baby broccoli, and it gives you all the nutritional benefits big mamma broccoli has to offer, including an alphabet’s worth of vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, and antioxidants.
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Lead image source: Mini Rose Apple Pies