Pie recipes are a true pleasure of life. At Casa Bouquet, pies are a preferred dessert and it’s not a family celebration without at least one pie!
Pie recipe posts
Coconut piecrust uses coconut cookies, coconut flakes, and butter for a tropical crust
Key lime, passion fruit, and other tropical pies use Key lime juice and sweetened condensed milk
Fresh strawberry pie features fresh berries and cream cheese
Chocolate chess pie is a Southern classic with deep, rich chocolate flavor
Pecan chocolate chip pie with bourbon sauce combines pecans and dark chocolate for a Derby day classic
Banana pudding pie with muscadine wine is my tribute to grape researcher Bill Nesbitt
Pumpkin – butter pecan frozen pie is an easy gluten free frozen treat
Fruit pie with double crust uses fresh peaches and blueberries
Resource links for pie recipes
- How to make the perfect piecrust from Life in Grace
- Gluten free pastry pie crust from Serious Eats
- Classic crimped crust from Serious Eats
- Oh Joyʻs pancake video shows expert egg separation
- Good pie movie Waitress (2007)
- Good pie movie Mildred Pierce (1945)
- Good pie movie Michael (1996)
Let’s talk story
A good life can be traced through good pies. I’ve already shared my story of how I fed The Gardener pie when we were dating. Another time, my good friend K and I were visiting Troy, NY. We drove up the country highway towards Vermont and found a little diner where they were making fresh raspberry pies. Oh my, I just have to pause and think about how good they were. We each bought a whole pie and lovingly carried them home on the airplane on our laps to our husbands. Everyone thought we were crazy, but our husbands sure enjoyed those pies! I’ll be looking for comments below, or contact me at lisa[at]thecasabouquet[dot]com.
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All of your pies look scrumptious! I do like pies, but have never been good at getting one baked! Thank you so much for sharing these with us at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty!
Hey Teresa, I hope you will try a pie soon. Key lime is good when it’s hot! And the crust is easy.
These look delicious!! Thank you for sharing at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.
Hey Lori, I hope you will try one of these pies. I’m looking at peach and blueberry for this weekend!
I can’t make a choice. I want a taste of them all. Thank you for linking up at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.
Hey Clarissa, I hope you will try one of these recipes and let me know how it turns out!
I love a good pie, but in my mind they are too hard to make. Maybe I’m wrong and I should try one of yours. I love the story of you carrying a pie home to your husband, Lisa. That’s true love! Thanks for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty!
Hey Christie, I’m tickled because I think pies are so much easier than other desserts! Of course, I cheat since I don’t make my own pie crust – but no one has complained! I hope you will try to make one of these – key lime and chocolate chess are probably the easiest!
Not only can you sew but can cook too!! My choice would be the chocolate chess pie Thank you Lisa for linking up at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I shared this post.
Hey Grammy Dee, Chocolate chess pie is such a southern classic! I hope you get a chance to try some. It’s a family favorite at Casa Bouquet!
Oh the pecan choc chip one sounds my favourite. Thanks for sharing Lisa at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.
Hey Sue, Pecans and chocolate chips are a delicious combination! I hope you get a chance to try this one. And maybe the bourbon sauce too 😉
So many great choices. I especially like the Strawberry Pie!
Hey Donna, I hope you can still get good strawberries where you live! The fresh strawberries in the pie are a crowd pleaser!
Oh love these choices especially the chess pie!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope these pies add to your celebrations, too!