Baked apples filled with cinnamon and pecans wrapped in flaky pie crust and drizzled with a rich cinnamon sauce. A delicious Fall dessert that stands on it owns, but a scoop of vanilla ice cream wouldn’t hurt!
Hot Water Pie or Depression Era Pie is pure magic. Made with six basic ingredients it easily creates a delicious custard type pie. Topped with a fresh raspberry sauce and garnished with fresh berries it’s a retro recipe making a big come back…and for good reason!
If you love Pecan Pie and bread pudding this is the dessert for you! It combines the rich delicious flavors of Pecan Pie in a creamy dreamy custard bread pudding that is topped off with a hearty drizzle of homemade salted caramel sauce. It’s the perfect Fall dessert!
Want a triple berry pie but don’t have the time to make one…try this Triple Berry Cobbler instead. It’s super easy and fast to make. Loaded with plump ripe blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries and a delicious crumb topping. You’re gonna fall in love.
Have you seen it? The million pins of the chocolate chip cookie pie on Pinterest this past month or have you been visiting another planet?! It’s actually an original recipe from Allrecipes.com. You can find it on their site by clicking here . (I also have the recipe below that you can print off) I love Allrecipes! I have found some of my nests very favorite recipes on their site.
Last Sunday, I REALLY wanted something ooey… gooey… rich… and chewy! Something that would make my eyes roll back in my head and personally thank my lips! You gals understand. Sometimes we just need a rich dessert! Well, I went to my Pinterest board “dessert heaven” and found this delectable mouth watering masterpiece! It was a cookie and… a pie! Brilliant! I decided to give it a try and see if it could live up to all the hype it was receiving! I mean sure, the pictures had me wanting to lick the screen but, I’ll be honest, I’ve tried some recipes that had awesome pictures only to find out that they were much better on paper than in my stomach! (If ya know what I mean?)