The pumpkin pie is an essential dessert for the fall and winter holidays. You don't have to be into baking to make many of these delicious homemade pumpkin pies. They range from pumpkin pies with homemade pastry crusts to easy no-bake pies in graham cracker crusts.
If you're making a pastry crust, I recommend you partially bake it before you fill it. Pies with custard-type fillings are notorious for their soggy bottoms. Though many recipes call for an "unbaked crust," you'll... see better results with a partially baked crust.
So, whether you're looking for the classic pumpkin pie or an easy 10-minute version, you're sure to find the perfect recipe in this list.
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A splash of bourbon gives this pumpkin pie just the right amount of "spirit." You can substitute with orange juice, apple juice, milk, or an orange liqueur if you'd like. Use homemade pie pastry or refrigerated pie dough.
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Molasses and a variety of spices flavor this delicious pumpkin pie. The pictured pie was baked in a frozen gluten free crust. Feel free to use pie pastry sheets or homemade pastry.
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This classic spiced pumpkin pie is a tried-and-true favorite. Serve this pie with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkle with a little cinnamon or cinnamon-sugar.
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This layered pumpkin cheesecake is baked in a pie shell. Bake this pumpkin cheesecake pie for the holidays.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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This easy pie really does take just 10 minutes to prepare if you use a purchased graham cracker crust. You should make it at least 2 hours in advance so it has plenty of time to chill in the fridge.
This no-bake pumpkin butter pie is similar. It's made with a jar of prepared pumpkin butter instead of puree.
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Can't decide whether to make a pecan pie or pumpkin? This wonderful pie is truly the best of both worlds.
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This popular pumpkin pie recipe makes 1 pie. It's the perfect combination of spices, eggs, and half-and-half (or light cream) along with the pumpkin puree. If you would like to avoid a soggy bottom, I recommend partially baking the crust,
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A crunchy, buttery graham cracker crumble creates a topping for this great tasting pumpkin pie, or sprinkle it over individual servings.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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This pumpkin pie is a great choice for a holiday feast. The luscious cream cheese layer makes it rich and delicious.
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The unique spiced oat and pecan crust is quick and easy to put together and it's a nice change of pace from a heavier pastry crust. Make extra crumbs for garnish or garnish with toasted pecans.
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The crunchy brown sugar and pecan streusel topping makes this pumpkin pie extra special.
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A pumpkin or custard pie can end up with a soggy bottom. To prevent the soggy bottom, partially bake the pie shell before you fill it. I've included instructions below the recipe.