Thanksgiving may be over, but my fridge is still filled with leftovers. If you’re in the same boat, here are a few ideas to put your leftovers to good use. Let the feast live on! Continue reading “5 Delicious Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Leftovers”
It’s the best week of the year: Thanksgiving week!
Short week, long weekend and more pie than you know what to do with. JK. We’re obvi going to eat it.
What dish are you in charge of at your Thanksgiving dinner this year? The BF and I are heading to both of our families this year so I’m on the hook for six (!) pies. Seven if you count our post turkey day friendsgiving. Good thing I find pie making pretty therapeutic. (Except when I burnt the butter twice today…)
My turkey day pie marathon has officially kicked off for our annual “MergeGiving” at the office tomorrow. (Merge = our agency’s name).
Rather than make my usual pumpkin pie recipe that my coworkers have all tried, I decided to shake it up.
Which brings me to this Pumpkin Chocolate Swirl Pie. I used my Continue reading “Pumpkin Chocolate Swirl Pie”
Happy fall y’all! Pie season is officially here. (I personally think it’s pie season, year round…but that’s just me).
If you’re anything like me, you have a lot of pie in your future. Between apple picking, Friendsgiving, and Thanksgiving—your oven is about to be in overdrive.
Which means you need insta-worthy pie crust ideas…naturally. Take a peak at a few of my favorite autumn inspired pie crusts. Hap-pie baking.
For these fun crust designs, you’ll find a few tools very handy:
Throw some leaves and pumpkins on your pie and top it with an adorable fall banner.
Don’t Stop Be-leaf-in’
No such thing as too many leaves. All you need is a bit of patience and a lot of pie crust dough.
Watercolored Fall Leaves
Use a bit of watercoloring (aka food coloring) to add fall colors to your pie crust.
Puns on pie are always a good idea. Letter cutouts are essential, unless you have the hands of a surgeon.
Pumpkin pie may not have a top crust, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a few embellishments. I love these with leaves, pumpkins, and cranberry decorations.
Mini Fall Pies
Make your mini pies even more adorable with a big leaf and a tiny braid.
Hope you feel inspired! There’s more where that came from. Follow @thepieblog on instagram for all the essential pie tips and inspiration this pie season.
If you thought Thanksgiving couldn’t get any better, you’re in for a big surpise. Allow me to introduce you to the ultimate Thanksgiving leftover…
Pumpkin. Pie. Milkshakes.
…because we all know you get way too full on stuffing and sweet potatoes to finish all that glorious pie.
And who could let a slice of pie go to waste?
After the strenuous day of turkey eating and wearing yoga pants, you’ll love this recipe because it’s easy as pie 😉.
Seriously…all you need is a slice of leftover pie, ice cream, and Continue reading “The Ultimate Thanksgiving Leftovers, Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes”
Halloween is right around the corner. Which means you’ve picked out a costume, chosen a spooky cocktail, and purchased a surplus of candy…but what’s the status on your epic halloween pie?!
I know halloween is typically a strictly candy holiday, but I’m of the belief that every holiday deserves a delicious pie. So, I’ve searched the internet for the most creative, funny, spooky, and boo-tiful pie ideas to help you kill it this year.
via I Wash You Dry
via veggie desserts
via Very Best Baking
Happy Halloween! Hope you eat too much candy, enjoy a creepy cocktail (or two), and step up your game with a spooky pie.
Last week I ate a pumpkin spice donut, and have been
drooling about it dreaming about it ever since. So obviously I had to solve this problem asap. I could have just made an actual pumpkin pie, but I was feeling seriously impatient. Continue reading “Fall Pumpkin Pie Cookies”