I love desserts of all kinds, but there’s just something about graham cracker crust pies that instantly fill me with nostalgia and transport me back to Saturdays at my grandparents’ house.
But graham cracker crust pies are more than just comforting, they’re also delicious and – for the most part – incredibly easy to make.
Many of them are no-bake pies, and even the ones that aren’t don’t usually take a lot of hands-on prep work.
This article includes 25 of the sweetest, tastiest, and loveliest graham cracker crust pies you can make, and I recommend trying them all to find a new favorite.
1. Key Lime Pie
There are three main components to this tart and tangy Key lime pie.
First is the crust, which you can buy pre-made or easily make yourself from crushed graham crackers, light brown sugar, and butter.
Next, you have the filling, which is simply sweetened condensed milk, Greek yogurt, fresh lime juice, and grated lime zest.
Top all that off with a mixture of heavy cream, confectioner’s sugar, lime zest, and a few lime slices, and you’re good to go.
It shouldn’t take more than 45 minutes to whip up, but be sure to let it chill for at least another 3 hours before serving it.
Dream whip pie is creamy, silky, and wonderful in every way, and you can make it with only five ingredients: Dream Whip dessert topping mix, milk, vanilla, pudding mix, and a pie crust.
You can use a regular graham cracker pie crust, but if you prefer your desserts extra chocolatey, you can pick up an Oreo pie crust instead.
Either way, you won’t be disappointed with the result.
This dark chocolate tart is as gorgeous and indulgent as it is yummy, and it’s plenty of all three.
It features a cocoa-sweetened graham cracker crust and a decadent dark chocolate filling.
Add the dark chocolate ganache and your favorite berries to make a dessert that’s fit for a queen.
If you enjoy cool and creamy pies with a surprising burst of hidden fruitiness, give the millionaire pie a try.
I promise you’ll feel like a million bucks after eating it!
It’s rich and creamy and features the bright flavors of pineapple, cherries, and lemon juice.
Add a few pecans for crunch and a bit of salty contrast, and you’ll have a real hit on your hands.
You can make this gorgeous, fluffy chocolate cream pie in just a little over 30 minutes with few ingredients and even less work.
It’s chocolatey and has a pillowy soft filling and crumbly graham cracker crust.
It’s lovely enough to make a nice centerpiece but quick and easy enough to make that you can whip it up even when there’s no special occasion involved.
This no-bake pie may look somewhat plain, but it packs a wallop of a root beer-flavored punch.
It’s also smooth, creamy, and simply delightful to bite into.
Perhaps best of all, it takes practically no time at all to make, though you’ll need to let it chill for at least 8 hours before serving it.
No-bake peanut butter pie is a decadent, insanely indulgent treat that you can’t eat all the time.
However, if you’re in the mood to treat yourself, it’s a great way to do that.
If you want to cut down the pie’s natural sweetness, stick to the recipe as written and leave off the extra toppings. It’s certainly rich enough on its own.
If you want to go all out, though, add drizzles of chocolate and caramel sauce, broken Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and a few dollops of whipped cream.
When it comes to this tasty treat, only three things matter — apples, cinnamon, and vanilla ice cream.
That should tell you everything you need to know about how phenomenal this scrumptious, comforting apple pie really is.
This 10-ingredient, 20-minute banana split pie is a (slightly) less messy way to enjoy a refreshing banana split on a hot summer day.
You still get everything you love about an actual banana split – bananas, vanilla ice cream, your favorite nuts, chocolate, etc. – but it all comes in a scrumptious graham cracker crust.
You can even add caramel sauce, maraschino cherries, and whatever else you like on a banana split. Hey, it’s your pie! Go crazy!
10. S’mores Pie
With a tasty graham cracker crust, a dense and delicious chocolate filling, and toasted mini-marshmallows on top, there isn’t anything missing from this s’mores pie.
Just one bite, and you’ll swear you were sitting around a warm campfire on a cool fall evening.
And in case one recipe for a spectacular s’mores pie wasn’t enough, here’s one more!
This tart has a similarly fantastic flavor, but I think the presentation is a bit nicer.
So if you love the flavor of s’mores pies but want something a little fancier, you might want to use this recipe instead.
If you’re looking for something a bit tarter, lemon pie is a fantastic choice. It’s wonderfully zesty, but there’s also a light tropical sweetness.
That comes from the shredded coconut, which you’ll add to the crust and the top of the pie.
13. Watermelon Pie
Watermelon pie is the ideal dessert option for summer in taste, texture, and coolness. It’s effortless to make, requiring no cooking and only five ingredients.
All you’ll need is a pack of watermelon Jell-O, boiling water, Cool Whip, diced watermelon, and a graham cracker crust to have this in the fridge chilling in just 10 minutes.
This terrifically indulgent chocolate tart is exceptionally sweet, a bit nutty, and has a thick, velvety smooth consistency that’s a pleasure to eat.
It takes less than 20 minutes to make, and it practically lasts forever because it’s so rich. After all, most people can’t eat more than one small slice at a time.
If you love blueberries, this no-bake blueberry pie is right up your alley because you’ll make it almost exclusively with blueberries.
There’s the crust, of course, and you can add some whipped cream for the topping, but the filling is 110% blueberry goodness!
If you’re in the mood for something a bit more tropical, this pineapple pie should suit your tastes just fine.
You’ll start by making your graham cracker crust.
Then, you’ll add your filling made from cream of coconut, fresh pineapple, lemon juice, and eggs.
Once you bake it, add coconut flakes and violas for a decorative topping.
It’s a lovely, beach-ready dessert that’ll have you singing the pina colada song in no time.
17. Frozen Mocha Pie
The frozen mocha pie gives you a double dose of chocolate and coffee — once in the crust and once in the filling.
It’s a cold, creamy, and caffeinated dessert that’s perfect for the hottest summer days.
This phenomenal cheesecake combines the rich sweetness of chocolate with the bright tanginess of cream cheese for a wonderful no-bake cheesecake.
It requires fewer than 10 ingredients to make and shouldn’t take you longer than 20 minutes (plus chill time).
This pretty-in-pink pie is overflowing with tangy blackberry flavor, which pairs perfectly with the buttery graham cracker crust.
Like many of the pies on this list, you’ll serve it chilled, and its cool creaminess and bright, fruity flavor make it perfect for summer barbecues.
If you were a fan of orange push pops as a child, then take my word for it: You will LOVE this pie!
Seriously, it’s the perfect summer treat for adults who want to relieve a bit of their childhood.
There’s nothing better than a fluffy and spicy pumpkin pie filling… except maybe fluffy, spicy pumpkin pie filling with chocolate chips.
Yes, you read that right.
The chocolate chips add even more sweet decadence to an already delicious pie, and unlike a hot pumpkin pie, this no-bake version is a snap to make.
It takes less than 30 minutes, excluding chill time, and is a great way to enjoy your favorite fall dessert in the middle of summer.
Try the no-bake cranberry pie recipe for something a bit more winter-esque and a little tangier.
It’s a lovely pink color and features flavorful spices like cinnamon and ginger.
You can add the extra cranberries and orange peels to the top for decoration if you like, but the exquisite flavor of this pie speaks for itself.
If you’re looking for the perfect pie for Independence Day or you’re just feeling a bit patriotic, give this rich and tangy berry-covered pie a try.
It features a graham cracker crust, a simple filling made from cream cheese, lemon juice, blueberries, and Eagle Brand milk, and a fun berry topping.
It’s a delicious way to celebrate in style.
This lovely little rhubarb custard pie may look like it’s no big deal, but it has four layers, and each is better than the one before it.
On the bottom, you have your graham cracker crust.
On top of it, there’s the sweet rhubarb vanilla filling with a third layer of tangy cheesecake on top of that!
Finally, you’ll cover the whole thing in a delightfully smooth layer of yogurt.
This single pie gives you an explosion of contrasting (but somehow complementary) flavors in every bite.
You know those wonderful strawberry pies your mom used to make that had lots of yummy strawberries mixed with the sticky, delicious strawberry gel?
This isn’t that.
But it’s equally delectable with its filling of fresh strawberries, strawberry Jell-O, sugar, lemon juice, and cornstarch.
It has a bit more tartness than the other kind but a lot more strawberry flavor.
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