100 American Pies (Easy Recipes)

American Pies

Here are 100+ American pies – listed alphabetically.

With the holidays coming up fast, I’ve gathered easy American pie recipes for you to choose from. Make one, make all!

From Apple Pie to Boston Cream Pie to Pecan Pie to Zonker–I’ve got you covered!

I mean, what’s more all-American than pie? I defy anyone to turn down a slice of Cherry Pie!

American Pies – Alphabetized

Here is an alphabetically arranged list of American pies that you can quickly reference.

Easy as pie.

1. Acorn Squash Pie

Acorn squash pie is an American pie that originated in the Northeastern United States. It is made with pureed acorn squash and has a creamy texture and warm spices.

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2. Apple Pie

Apple pie is a classic American dessert that has been enjoyed since the early days of the United States. It is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sliced apples, sugar, and spices, and is often served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Apple pie is a staple of American cuisine and is often associated with holidays such as Thanksgiving and Independence Day.

Related: How to Fix Runny Apple Pie: 5 Easy Ways

3. Ashley Greene’s Derby Pie

Ashley Greene’s Derby Pie is a dessert that originated in Kentucky and is similar to a pecan pie. It is made with a filling of eggs, flour, sugar, brown sugar, butter, pecans, and chocolate chips, and is baked in a pie crust.

Related: 48 Southern Pies You’ll Love To Make (+ Recipes)

4. Atlantic Beach Pie

Atlantic Beach Pie is a dessert that originated in North Carolina and is a combination of key lime pie and lemon icebox pie. It is made with a saltine cracker crust and a filling of condensed milk, egg yolks, lemon juice, and lime juice. Atlantic Beach Pie is a popular summer dessert in the Southern United States.

5. Baked Alaska Pie

Baked Alaska Pie is a dessert that substitutes the traditional sponge cake with a chocolate chip cookie crumb crust. It is layered with chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream and finished off with a glossy, pillowy Swiss meringue that is torched to perfection.

Related: 24 American Puddings (+Recipes) 

6. Banana Cream Pie

Banana Cream Pie is a classic American dessert that is made with a pastry crust, a layer of sliced bananas, and a custard filling made from milk, sugar, eggs, and cornstarch. It is often topped with whipped cream or meringue.

7. Banana Pudding Pie

Banana Pudding Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of vanilla pudding, sliced bananas, and sometimes other ingredients such as whipped cream or vanilla wafer cookies. It has a sweet, creamy, and fruity flavor and is often served as a classic Southern dessert.

8. Banana Split Pie

Banana Split Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust, a layer of sliced bananas, and a filling of vanilla pudding, crushed pineapple, and whipped cream. It is often topped with chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and maraschino cherries.

9. Bean Pie

Bean Pie is a dessert that originated in the African American Muslim community and is made with a filling of navy beans, sugar, eggs, and spices. It is often flavored with vanilla and cinnamon and has a texture similar to pumpkin pie.

10. Black Bottom Pie

Black Bottom Pie is a dessert that originated in the Southern United States and is made with a graham cracker crust, a layer of chocolate custard, and a layer of vanilla custard. It is often topped with whipped cream or meringue.

11. Blueberry Pie

Blueberry Pie is a classic American dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh blueberries, sugar, and sometimes other spices. It is often served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

12. Blum’s Coffee Toffee Pie

Blum’s Coffee Toffee Pie is a dessert that was popularized by Blum’s, a San Francisco ice cream parlor. It is made with a chocolate cookie crust, a layer of coffee custard, and a layer of whipped cream topped with toffee bits.

13. Bob Andy Pie

Bob Andy Pie is a dessert that originated in the Southern United States and is made with a filling of pecans, sugar, and eggs. It is often flavored with vanilla and has a texture similar to pecan pie.

14. Boston Cream Pie

Boston Cream Pie is a classic American dessert that is made with a sponge cake filled with vanilla custard and topped with chocolate ganache.

15. Buttermilk Pie

Buttermilk Pie is a dessert that is made with a filling of buttermilk, sugar, eggs, and flour. It has a slightly tangy flavor and a creamy texture, similar to custard. Buttermilk pie is a popular dessert in the Southern United States.

16. Butterscotch Pie

Butterscotch Pie is a dessert that is made with a filling of brown sugar, butter, eggs, and cream. It has a rich, caramel-like flavor and is often topped with whipped cream or meringue. Butterscotch pie is a classic American dessert that has been enjoyed since the early 1900s.

17. Cherry Flag Pie

Cherry Pie is a classic American dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh cherries, sugar, and sometimes other spices. It is often served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

18. Cherry Pie

19. Chess Pie

Chess Pie is a Southern dessert that is made with a filling of eggs, sugar, butter, and cornmeal or flour. It has a slightly sweet, custard-like flavor and is often flavored with vanilla or lemon.

20. Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie is a savory pie that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chicken, vegetables, and sometimes other ingredients such as potatoes or mushrooms. It is often served as a main course for dinner.

21. Chocolate Banana Custard Pie

Chocolate Banana Custard Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust, a layer of sliced bananas, and a custard filling made from chocolate, eggs, sugar, and milk. It is often topped with whipped cream or meringue.

22. Chocolate Chess Pie

Chocolate Chess Pie is made with a pie crust and a filling made from chocolate, eggs, sugar, butter, and flour or cornmeal. The filling is typically mixed together and then poured into the pie crust and baked until the filling is set.

Chocolate Chess Pie is a popular southern dessert that is similar to a brownie in texture and flavor. It is typically served warm or at room temperature and can be topped with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

Some variations of the recipe include additional ingredients such as pecans or bourbon.

23. Chocolate Crack Pie

Chocolate Crack Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chocolate, eggs, butter, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cocoa powder or espresso powder.

It has a rich, chocolatey flavor and a gooey, fudgy texture. It is a popular dessert that originated at Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City and has since become a favorite among chocolate lovers.

24. Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

Chocolate peanut butter pie is a variation made with a filling of sweetened peanut butter layered into a pie shell made of frozen whipped cream and topped with a chocolate ice cream and whipped cream mixture. This pie is served frozen.

25. Cobbler

Cobblers are an American deep-dish fruit pie with a thick crust and a fruit filling (such as peaches, apples, berries).  

Cobblers originated in the British American colonies. English settlers were unable to make traditional suet puddings due to lack of suitable ingredients and cooking equipment.

26. Coconut Cream Pie

Coconut Cream Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of coconut milk, sugar, eggs, and cornstarch. It is often topped with whipped cream or toasted coconut flakes.

The coconut cream pie has been around for over a century. Back in the late 1800s Americans and Europeans were really in to their imported tropical fruit like pineapples and bananas, but the coconut hadn’t yet taken off.

27. Coconut Custard Pie

Coconut Custard Pie is a dessert that is made with a coconut crust and a filling made from coconut milk, eggs, sugar, and vanilla. The pie is typically topped with whipped cream and toasted coconut flakes.

28. Coconut Pudding Pie

Coconut Pudding Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of coconut-flavored pudding, whipped cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as shredded coconut or coconut milk. It has a sweet, creamy, and tropical flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

29. Cushaw Pie

Cushaw Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of cushaw squash, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, earthy flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of the Southern United States.

30. Custard Pie

American custard pie is made with a mixture of milk, eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla extract and sometimes nutmeg combined with a pie crust. 

It has a smooth, creamy texture and is often served as a simple, comforting dessert.

31. Derby Pie

Derby Pie is a dessert that originated in Kentucky and is similar to a pecan pie. It is made with a filling of eggs, flour, sugar, brown sugar, butter, pecans, and chocolate chips, and is baked in a pie crust.

The pie was created in the Melrose Inn of Prospect, Kentucky.

32. Desperation Pie

Desperation Pie is a dessert that is made with simple ingredients that are often on hand in the pantry and fridge, such as butter, sugar, eggs, and milk. 

These pies were more common during the Great Depression and rationing of World War II.

33. Egg Custard Pie

Egg Custard Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of eggs, milk, sugar, and sometimes other flavorings such as vanilla or nutmeg. It has a smooth, creamy texture and is often served as a simple, comforting dessert.

34. Elderberry Pie

Elderberry Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of elderberries, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as lemon juice or cornstarch. It is a traditional dessert in some parts of the United States and has a tart, sweet flavor.

35. Flag Pie

Flag Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh berries, such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, arranged in the shape of an American flag.

It is often served as a patriotic dessert for holidays such as Independence Day.

36. Fried Pies

Fried Pie is a dessert that is made by filling a pastry crust with fruit, such as apples or peaches, and then frying it until it is golden brown and crispy. 

The famous Oklahoma fried pies started out as a simple recipe south of the Arbuckle Mountains.

37. Fried Sweet Potato Pies

Fried Sweet Potato Pies are a Southern dessert that is made with a sweet potato filling and a pastry crust that is fried until golden and crispy. They are often served as a handheld dessert or snack.

Related: 15 Best Mashed Sweet Potato Recipes

38. Frozen Margarita Pie

Frozen Margarita Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling of tequila, lime juice, condensed milk, and whipped cream. It is frozen until firm and then served as a refreshing, boozy dessert.

39. Fudge Bottom Pie

Fudge Bottom Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chocolate custard and fudge sauce. It has a rich, chocolatey flavor and is often topped with whipped cream or shaved chocolate.

Even if you aren’t a University of Wisconsin-Madison alum, this is a pie worth a try.

40. Fudge Pie

Fudge Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chocolate, eggs, sugar, and butter. It has a rich, fudgy texture and is often served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

41. Green Tomato Pie

Green Tomato Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of green tomatoes, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as lemon juice or cinnamon.

It has a slightly tart, sweet flavor and is often served as a way to use up unripe tomatoes at the end of the growing season.

42. Grape Pie

Grape Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh grapes, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as lemon juice or cornstarch. It is a traditional dessert in some parts of the United States and has a sweet, fruity flavor.

Grape pie is made from Concord grapes and part of the harvest time traditions in the Finger Lakes region of New York.

43. Grasshopper Pie

Grasshopper Pie is a dessert that is made with a chocolate cookie crust and a filling of mint-flavored whipped cream and marshmallows. It is often topped with chocolate shavings and has a refreshing, minty flavor.

This American retro, crunchy, mint-chocolate dessert was a favorite of Southern hostesses in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

44. Hoosier Pie

Hoosier Pie (also known as Indiana sugar cream pie) is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sugar, eggs, butter, and sometimes other ingredients such as vanilla or nutmeg. It has a sweet, custard-like flavor and is a traditional dessert in Indiana.

45. Huckleberry Pie

Huckleberry Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh huckleberries, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as lemon juice or cornstarch.

It is a traditional dessert in some parts of the United States and has a tart, sweet flavor. Huckleberries are native to the eastern and southeastern United States.

46. Icebox Pie

An icebox pie consisting of lemon juice, eggs, and condensed milk in a pie crust, frequently made of graham crackers and butter. It is a variant of key lime pie.

Ice Box Pie is a delicious classic southern dessert that was named after the ice box that they were kept cool in.

47. Indiana Sugar Cream Pie

Also known as Hoosier pie, it’s a single-crust pie with a smooth filling made from flour, butter, salt, vanilla, cream, and brown sugar.

Easy to make, this is a fabulously rich pecan pie without the pecans. The topping is an incredible whipped bourbon cream.

48. Island Pecan Pie

Island Pecan Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pecans, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as coconut or rum. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a tropical dessert.

There are some who believe that the pecan pie originated in New Orleans. Early pecan recipes first appeared in Texas cookbooks in the 1870’s and 1880’s.

49. Jell-O Pie

Jell-O Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of Jell-O gelatin, whipped cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as fruit or marshmallows.

It is often served as a colorful, fun dessert for parties or holidays. Jell-O was invented in America.

50. Karo Pecan Pie

Karo Pecan Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pecans, sugar, eggs, and Karo syrup. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

Karo is an American brand of high fructose corn syrup.

51. Kentucky Bourbon Pie

Kentucky Bourbon Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of eggs, sugar, butter, and bourbon. It has a rich, boozy flavor and is often served as a Southern dessert.

This recipe is a variation of Kentucky Derby pie which is often associated with the Kentucky Derby.

52. Key Lime Pie

Key Lime Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling of key lime juice, sweetened condensed milk, and egg yolks. It has a tangy, sweet flavor and is often topped with whipped cream or meringue.

53. Kool Aid Pie

Kool-Aid Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling of Kool-Aid drink mix, sweetened condensed milk, and whipped cream. It is often served as a fun, colorful dessert for parties or holidays.

54. Lemon Chess Pie

Lemon Chess Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of eggs, sugar, butter, and lemon juice. It has a sweet, tangy flavor and a custard-like texture.

Chess pie originated in the South.

55. Lemon Chiffon Pie

Lemon Icebox Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling of sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice, and whipped cream. It is frozen until firm and then served as a refreshing, creamy dessert.

56. Lemon Icebox Pie

Lemon Icebox Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling made from sweetened condensed milk, egg yolks, lemon juice, and lemon zest. The pie is typically chilled until firm and then served chilled.

57. Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust, a filling of lemon custard, and a topping of fluffy, sweet meringue. It has a tart, refreshing flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

58. Maple Cream Pie

Maple Cream Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of maple syrup, cream, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as butter or cornstarch. It has a rich, creamy texture and a sweet, maple flavor.

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59. Maple Syrup Pie

Maple Syrup Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of maple syrup, eggs, butter, and sometimes other ingredients such as cream or cornstarch. It has a sweet, rich flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of Canada.

Folks in New Hampshire apparently appreciate maple syrup almost as much as Vermont.

60. McDonald’s Baked Apple Pie

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McDonald’s Baked Apple Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of spiced apples. It is a popular fast food dessert and is often served warm.

McDonald’s is an American fast food restaurant chain.

61. Meringue Pie

Meringue Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust, a filling of custard or fruit, and a topping of fluffy, sweet meringue. It has a light, airy texture and is often served as a classic American dessert.

62. Mile High Deep Dish Apple Pie

Mile High Deep Dish Apple Pie is a classic American dessert made with a deep-dish pie crust and a filling of sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon, and often other spices such as nutmeg or allspice. The pie has a sweet, spiced flavor and a soft, tender texture. 

63. Millionaire Pie

Millionaire Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker crust and a filling of whipped cream, sweetened condensed milk, and sometimes other ingredients such as coconut or fruit. This pie is originally from South Carolina. Because it was so rich, it gave rise to the name.

64. Mississippi Mud Pie

Mississippi Mud Pie is a dessert that is made with a chocolate cookie crust and a filling of chocolate custard, whipped cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as nuts or marshmallows. It has a rich, chocolatey flavor and is often served as a Southern dessert.

65. Montgomery Pie

Montgomery Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sugar, eggs, butter, and sometimes other ingredients such as lemon juice or vanilla.

It has a sweet, custard-like flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of the United States.

66. Moon Pie

Moon Pie is a dessert that is made with two graham cracker cookies sandwiched around a layer of marshmallow and sometimes dipped in chocolate. It is often served as a handheld snack or dessert. The snack is popular in the South, where they are traditionally enjoyed with RC Cola. 

67. Nantucket Cranberry Pie

Nantucket Cranberry Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh cranberries, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as pecans or vanilla. It has a sweet, tart flavor and is a traditional dessert in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

68. Nesselrode Pie

Nesselrode Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chestnuts, candied fruit, and sometimes other ingredients such as rum or cream. It has a rich, nutty flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of Europe.

The Nesselrode Pie was a New York signature in the 1940’s through the 1960’s.

69. Oatmeal Pie

Oatmeal Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of oats, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as butter or nuts. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a simple, comforting dessert.

70. Ohio Lemon Pie

Ohio Lemon Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of lemon juice, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as cream or butter. It has a sweet, tangy flavor and is a traditional dessert in Ohio.

Ohio Lemon Pie, also known as Shaker Lemon Pie, is typical of the Midwestern United States.

71. Oklahoma Fried Pies

Oklahoma Fried Pies are a dessert that is made by filling a pastry crust with fruit, such as peaches or apples, and then frying it until it is golden brown and crispy. They are often served as a handheld dessert or snack.

Historically in the American South, fried pies were known as “Crab Lanterns”, a term that dates back to at least 1770, and may originate from crab apple pies that had slits for ventilation, thus resembling a lantern.

72. Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie

Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of buttermilk, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as vanilla or nutmeg. It has a sweet, tangy flavor and is a traditional dessert in the Southern United States.

73. Pandowdy

Pandowdy is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fruit, such as apples or peaches, that is spiced and sweetened. The crust is then broken up and pushed down into the filling during baking, creating a “dowdy” appearance. It is often served warm with whipped cream or ice cream.

Pandowdy dates back to American colonial times.

74. Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh or canned peaches, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It is often topped with a biscuit or crumb topping and baked until golden brown and bubbly.

Peach Cobbler Day was created by the Georgia Peach Council in the 1950’s to sell canned peaches. Cobblers originated in the British American colonies.

75. Peanut Butter Pie

Peanut Butter Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker or cookie crust and a filling of peanut butter, cream cheese, and sometimes other ingredients such as whipped cream or chocolate. It has a rich, creamy texture and a sweet, nutty flavor.

76. Peanut Pie

Peanut Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of peanuts, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as corn syrup or butter. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a Southern dessert.

Peanut pie, sometimes called the “poor man’s pecan pie”, is a pie that is part of the cuisine of the Southern United States.

77. Pear Pie

Pear Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh or canned pears, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, fruity flavor and is often served as a fall or winter dessert.

Early colonists brought the first pear trees to America’s eastern settlements.

78. Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pecans, sugar, eggs, and corn syrup. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert, especially during the fall and winter holidays.

Pecans are native to the United States and grow in a wide swath from Illinois down throughout the South.

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79. Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie 

Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of molasses, brown sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as corn syrup or eggs. It has a sweet, sticky texture and is a traditional dessert in Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine.

80. Persimmon Pie

Persimmon Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of persimmon pulp, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, fruity flavor and is often served as a fall or winter dessert.

81. Pie a La Mode

Pie à la Mode is a classic American dessert made by serving a slice of pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. The French culinary phrase “à la mode” used in the name of this American dessert means “in the current fashion” or “fashionable”.

The combination of warm pie and cold ice cream creates a delicious contrast in temperature and texture. Some popular pies to serve à la mode include apple pie, cherry pie, and pecan pie.

82. PieCaken

PieCaken is a dessert that combines three different desserts into one. It typically consists of three layers: a bottom layer of pecan pie, a middle layer of pumpkin pie, and a top layer of spice cake.

Each layer is separated by a layer of frosting and the entire dessert is often covered in a layer of frosting as well. The name “PieCaken” is a combination of the words “pie” and “cake”. 

83. Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin pie is the quintessential American Thanksgiving dessert. Pumpkin Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pumpkin puree, sugar, eggs, and spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg. It has a sweet, spicy flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert during the fall and winter holidays.

Early American settlers of the Plymouth Colony in southern New England (1620-1692), may have made pumpkin pies, of sorts, without crusts.

Pumpkin is native to North America.

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84. Quince Pie

Quince Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of quince, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, fruity flavor and is often served as a fall or winter dessert.

Quince trees were introduced to North America in the 1800’s. Quince fruit is used in the same manner as apples in pies.

85. Raisin and Sour Cream Pie

Raisin and Sour Cream Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of raisins, sour cream, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as eggs or flour. It has a sweet, tangy flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

Some recipes add pecans to the filling, or spices like cinnamon and cloves.

86. Razzleberry Pie

Razzleberry Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of mixed berries, such as raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries, that are sweetened and sometimes thickened with cornstarch or flour. It has a sweet, fruity flavor and is often served as a summer dessert.

In 1962, the television special Mister Magoo’s Christmas Carol first used the term “razzleberry dressing” during the song “The Lord’s Bright Blessing.” This was a fictional dessert or sauce, invented for the TV special.

87. Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh or frozen rhubarb, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, tart flavor and is often served as a spring or summer dessert. Rhubarb Pie is part of New England cuisine.

Europeans introduced rhubarb first to the New England region in the 1820’s. Sometime in the nineteenth century it made its way south and became very popular among southerners.

88. Robert Redford Pie

Robert Redford Pie is a dessert that is made with a graham cracker or cookie crust and a filling of cream cheese, whipped cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as chocolate or nuts. It has a rich, creamy texture and is often served as a decadent dessert.

The pie is named after the American actor, Robert Redford.

89. Shaker Lemon Pie

Also known as Ohio lemon pie, is a fruit pie typical of the Midwestern United States.

Shaker Lemon Pie is made with a pie crust and a filling made from lemons, sugar, and eggs. The pie is typically sliced thinly and served chilled.

90. Shoofly Pie

Shoofly pie is a type of American pie made with molasses associated with Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine.

Shoofly Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of molasses, brown sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as flour or ginger. It has a sweet, sticky texture and is a traditional dessert in Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine.

91. Skillet Pie

Skillet Pie is a dessert that is made by cooking a filling, such as fruit or custard, in a skillet and then topping it with a layer of pastry or crumb topping. It is often served warm and has a rustic, homey feel.

Although skillets are quintessentially part of the American culinary story, skillets were invented by an Englishman named Abraham Darby in 1707.

92. Sliced Sweet Potato Pie

Sliced Sweet Potato Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sliced sweet potatoes, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, spiced flavor and is often served as a fall or winter dessert.

93. Soda Cracker Pie

Soda Cracker Pie is a dessert that is made with a pie crust and a filling made from soda crackers, sugar, eggs, and vanilla. The pie is typically baked until the filling is set and then served warm or at room temperature.

94. Sonker

Sonker is an Appalachian term for a deep-dish pie similar to a cobbler served in many flavors including strawberry, peach, sweet potato, and cherry. It is a dish unique to North Carolina.

Sonker is similar to a cobbler and is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fruit, such as apples or sweet potatoes, that is spiced and sweetened. It is often served warm with whipped cream or ice cream.

95. Sorghum Custard Pie

Sorghum Custard Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sorghum syrup, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as cream or butter. It has a sweet, earthy flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of the Southern United States.

96. Sour Cream-Raisin Pie

Sour Cream-Raisin Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sour cream, raisins, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg. It has a sweet, tangy flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

97. Southern Pecan Pie

Pecans are native to the United States and grow in a wide swath from Illinois down throughout the South.

Southern Pecan Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pecans, sugar, eggs, and corn syrup. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a classic Southern dessert, especially during the fall and winter holidays.

98. Sugar Cream Pie

Sugar Cream Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sugar, cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as flour or vanilla. It has a sweet, creamy flavor and is often served as a traditional dessert in Indiana.

Sugar Cream Pie is the unofficial state pie of Indiana, where it is believed to have originated with Quaker settlers.

99. Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet Potato Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of mashed sweet potatoes, sugar, milk or cream, eggs, and spices, like cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger. It has a sweet, spiced flavor and is often served as a traditional dessert in the Southern United States.

In the early 20th century, George Washington Carver, a black scientist and inventor, came up with his own recipe for sweet potato pie, which featured sliced rounds instead of the typical mash.

Sweet potato pie appears in the southern United States from the early colonial days.

100. Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of fresh strawberries, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients such as gelatin or lemon juice. It has a sweet, fruity flavor and is often served as a summer dessert.

101. Transparent Pie

Transparent Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of sugar, eggs, butter, flour, vanilla, and whipping cream. It has a sweet, custardy texture and is a traditional dessert in Kentucky.

102. Turtle Pie

Turtle Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chocolate, caramel, and pecans. It has a rich, decadent flavor and is often served as a special occasion dessert.

Turtle pie got its name due to the caramel, chocolate and pecans that are used to top the pies, which are said to have a similarity in flavor to that of DeMet’s Turtles.

103. Utterly Deadly Southern Pecan Pie

Utterly Deadly Southern Pecan Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of pecans, sugar, eggs, butter, and sometimes other ingredients such as bourbon or chocolate. It has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often served as a classic Southern dessert, especially during the fall and winter holidays.

104. Vanilla Cream Pie

Vanilla Cream Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of vanilla-flavored custard or pudding, whipped cream, and sometimes other ingredients such as eggs or sugar. It has a sweet, creamy flavor and is often served as a classic American dessert.

Cream pies originated in the United States.

105. Vinegar Pie

Vinegar Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of vinegar, sugar, eggs, and sometimes other ingredients such as flour or butter. It has a sweet-tart flavor and is a traditional dessert in some parts of the Southern United States.

It’s a Depression-era recipe. The custard-like filling includes walnuts and raisins, and the crust is deliciously buttery.

106. Water Pie

Water Pie is a dessert that is made with a pie crust and a filling made from sugar, flour, butter, and water. The pie is typically baked until the filling is set and then served warm or at room temperature. It is a classic southern dessert that is also known as Depression Pie.

107. Whoopie Pies

Whoopie Pies are a dessert that are made with two cake-like cookies sandwiched together with a filling of marshmallow cream or frosting. They can be made in a variety of flavors, but chocolate and vanilla are the most common. They are a popular treat in the Northeastern United States.

Whoopie Pies are an American baked product that may be considered either a cookie, pie, sandwich, or cake.

108. Zonker Pie

Zonker Pie is a dessert that is made with a pastry crust and a filling of chocolate chips, coconut, and pecans. It has a sweet, nutty, and chocolatey flavor and is often served as a special occasion dessert. Zonker is also known as Sonker in Surry County, North Carolina.  

Zonker pie is an Appalachian term for a deep-dish pie similar to a cobbler served in many flavors including strawberry, peach, sweet potato, and cherry.

109. Zucchini Apple Pie

Zucchini Apple Pie is a keto-friendly dessert that replaces apples for zucchini to create a unique twist on a classic apple pie. The zucchini adds a subtle flavor and texture to the pie, and also helps to reduce the amount of sugar needed in the recipe.

Did you know? The 5 most popular pies in the United States are:

  1. Apple Pie
  2. Pecan Pie
  3. Blueberry Pie
  4. Pumpkin Pie
  5. Cherry Pie

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