These superb Easter pies will give you more reason to rejoice this Easter!
The drool-worthy combination of flaky pie crust and flavorful filling makes pies worthy of a special occasion.
That’s why it’s such a surprise how easy they are to make, especially the ones on this list.
So this year, instead of getting store-bought, why not make a pie from scratch?
With these easy-as-pie recipes, you’ll impress your friends and family with your mad baking skills (even though you’re secretly an amateur).
With this diverse line-up, there’s a wide array of pies to choose from.
From meaty and savory to sweet and fruity, these rustic homemade pies make wonderful additions to your Easter celebration.
Let’s kick things off with these insanely adorable mini-pies! They’re so stinkin’ cute, they’ll surely be a hit.
It looks amazing, but if you study it closely, it’s just a simple assembly of mini-pie crusts, chocolate pudding, and Peeps mallows – something I’m sure you have an abundance of this Easter.
Because they’re such a breeze to make, you can get the kids to join!
A rich and creamy chicken filling rests on top of a flaky and buttery pie crust. This chicken pot pie truly is a slice of heaven.
With only 7 ingredients and 10 minutes of prep, you’ll be one step closer to the chicken pot pie of your dream.
You’ll use mostly pre-prepared and canned goods for this recipe, so the steps are basically effortless. It’s super ideal if you’re way too busy during the holidays!
If you’ve never had a Sicilian ricotta pie in your life, you’re missing out. Thankfully, I have just the recipe for you.
With a creamy, lemon and cinnamon ricotta filling, this pie is remarkably rich.
Think of it as a smooth and velvety cheesecake baked into a buttery pie crust.
It’s a delectable 2-in-1 dessert that’ll make your tastebuds happy.
Quiche Lorraine sounds super fancy, but it’s actually super rustic.
A rich and creamy egg mixture is baked into a pie crust, creating a delectable treat.
There’s more than just scrambled eggs in there, though. There’s also bacon, ham, cheese, and veggies. So yes, expect nothing but excellence.
It’s an ideal breakfast dish, although I also don’t mind devouring it for brunch, lunch, dinner, or basically, any time of the day.
5. Key Lime Pie
Just the thought of Key lime pie makes me giddy. I just can’t get enough of that perfect balance of sweet, creamy, and tangy.
It’s one of the most refreshing dessert pies I’ve ever had, and it gives me joy every time I take a bite.
Also, look how bright and vibrant it is. The presentation alone is already a winner.
6. Ham Pot Pie
Not sure what to do with all that leftover ham and veggies from yesterday’s Easter festivities? This recipe has you covered.
The idea is to just throw all those leftovers in a pie crust and pop it in the oven.
You’ll transform yesterday’s scraps into today’s scrumptious lunch or dinner.
Cleanse your palate from all those rich and hearty Easter entrees with something refreshing.
What better way is there to end the meal than with this light and bright strawberry pie?
Made with real strawberries, this pie has the perfect balance of sweet, tart, and fruity.
It’s also ridiculously fragrant! The aroma of the strawberries alone will excite you, for sure.
8. Twix Pie
Any dessert with Twix in it is already a hit in my books. This pie is no exception.
I mean, just look at how awesome this pie is!
With a crumbly vanilla wafer crust, a cream cheese filling, and chunks of Twix candy bars folded in and sprinkled all over, this pie is a sweet tooth’s dream come true.
Millionaire pie is so rich and decadent, it tastes like a million dollars.
From the looks of it, you’d think it would be overly sweet, but surprisingly, the balance of flavors is very on point.
The combination of condensed milk, whipped cream, pineapple, and lemon juice results in a delightfully refreshing dessert.
10. Raspberry Pie
As delicious as chocolate and candy bar pies are, nothing beats the goodness of a classic fruit pie. This raspberry pie is simple, but it sure hits the spot.
Fresh, macerated raspberries tucked underneath a flaky and buttery pie crust. What a timeless beauty, indeed.
For extra oomph, serve the pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
Tomatoes are an underrated fruit (or berry, if you want to be technical).
While some only see it as a supporting ingredient or garnish, I think it’s delicious enough to be the star.
That’s why I invite you to try this scrumptious Italian pie. It’s a savory treat that combines the goodness of tomatoes, basil, and cheese.
12. Peach Pie
Are you still on the search for the perfect peach pie recipe? Good news, I’ve found it for you.
A flaky and buttery pie crust is filled with a delectable peach filling. It’s everything you can ask for in this delicious summer treat.
The recipe calls for making the pie from scratch, which can be a little intimidating for newbies, but it’s actually not that complicated.
Don’t worry, the author will guide you every step of the way, complete with pictures!
Coconut macaroons baked into a pie – I’m sold. I’ll have the entire pie, please.
Coconut macaroons are easily one of my favorite Filipino desserts.
These sweet, coconut-y, chewy nibbles are so addictive, I couldn’t stop myself from eating even if I tried.
As such, learning about this recipe is, to me, like finding a hidden treasure. Try it for yourself to experience its greatness firsthand.
14. Dream Whip Pie
If you want to make a pie but can’t bake to save your life, say hello to this no-bake pie.
But don’t be fooled – just because it doesn’t require baking, doesn’t mean it isn’t delicious. Dream whip pie is just as bit as scrumptious as any on this list.
What is it, you ask? Oh, nothing, just a buttery graham cracker crust filled with a mix of whipped topping and instant pudding.
Trust me, this pie will be inhaled in minutes.
15. Butterfinger Pie
Here’s another easy, no-bake dessert, for you. This pie uses the goodness of the ever-popular Butterfinger candy to make an appetizing filling.
There’s just something about the sweet and salty flavor profile that makes my mouth water!
Hey, campers! If you’re missing the feel of camping in the woods, here’s something to remind you of that fun adventure.
Made of graham crackers, chocolate ganache, and toasted marshmallows, one bite of this pie will take you on a fun camping journey.
A Nilla Wafer crust, peanut butter and cream cheese filling, and a whipped cream topping: this is what dessert dreams are made of.
To give the pie that festive Easter look, top it with pastel-color milk chocolate egg candies.
18. Mixed Berry Pie
Can’t decide what kind of berry pie to make? Why not put all those berries in one basket… or rather, pie crust?
This mixed berry pie combines the deliciousness of blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries to create an epic mash-up of berry flavors.
19. Samoa Pie
This pie has a rich cream cheese filling, but that’s not all that makes it special.
Just like Samoa cookies, this pie has a lovely mixture of toasted coconut, decadent chocolate, and gooey caramel. Need I say more?
Is it a cheesecake or a blueberry pie? I don’t even know anymore! All I know is that it’s seriously delicious, and it’s also ridiculously easy to make.
Flaky pie crust, smooth cheesecake filling, and a sweet and tart blueberry topping: this dessert has all the best things a blueberry pie and a cheesecake have to offer.
21. Shoo Fly Pie
Shoo fly pie is an old-fashioned pie brought to us by the Amish all the way back to the 1880s.
Filled with a sticky filling made of molasses, light corn syrup, and brown sugar, this pie is as sweet as can be.
It’s so good, you’ll definitely want to keep the flies and other bugs at bay.
With a chocolate crust, chocolate filling, and chocolate topping, it’s no wonder how this pie got its name.
It’s seriously chocolatey, and 100% delightful.
It might seem one-dimensional, but you’ll be surprised at the varying textures and levels of chocolatey goodness this dessert has to offer.
If you’re getting bored with eating all those Cadbury Creme Eggs all on their own, I have just the recipe for you.
Transform the basic Easter candy into an even more scrumptious dessert. Just wrap them in pie dough and bake until golden. You’re welcome.
24. Carrot Cake Pie
Here’s a dessert the Easter Bunny will surely hop for joy for.
This carrot cake pie is literally a carrot cake baked in a pie crust. Because why not? All cakes taste so much better with a pie crust underneath!
Let’s end this lineup with a bang! This Italian pie contains mascarpone and ricotta, arborio rice, and rum-soaked raisins.
It seems like an unusual combination, but it’s actually a traditional Easter dessert in Italy.
Baked in phyllo dough, it has a wonderfully complex combination of flavors and textures. It’s a must-try, for sure.
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