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5 Pie recipes to make your weekend dinners awesome

Who doesn’t love pie? I certainly do and I am sure most of you love it too. While eating a delicious pie in your home at the weekend can certainly make your weekend into a much more fun event, making one at home could really escalate the fun level.

So if you are up to try new pie recipes this weekend, do give these following pies a chance. These pies are easy, quick and provide you with the most delicious taste ever.

Chocolate Cream Pie

Who doesn’t love chocolate? If you are also a big fan of chocolate, then you should definitely try this pie recipe. With the whipped cream and chocolate shavings as a topping, it provides you with a delectable and elegant looking pie with just a few simple steps.

For this pie, first, you need to whisk together milk, sugar, cornstarch, egg yolks and salt in a saucepan over medium heat and continue the whisking until the mixture thickens, then add chopped chocolate and butter to the mixture.

Now all you need to do is pour the mixture into the pie crust and let it cool for several hours. Then just top it up with whipped cream and you are all set to serve.

Lemon Cheesecake Pie

If you love cheesecakes, then you would definitely this simple recipe which requires you to just mix all the ingredients, pour it into a pie crust and bake it.

You just need to take cream cheese, sugar, sour cream, eggs, lemon juice, vanilla extract and salt in a food processor and mix them well until they are consistently smooth.

Now pour the mixture into the piecrust and bake it for an hour. Then let it cool down for 4-5 hours and top it with lemon zest and serve.

Peanut Butter Pie

This pie recipe offers you an ultra-creamy pie which is topped up with chopped peanuts and crumbled cookie pieces and tastes utterly delicious.

For this recipe, you need to first beat heavy cream into soft peaks and then beat in the marshmallow cream and creamy peanut butter together.

Then spread the mixture on your piecrust and add chopped peanuts and crumbled cookies as the topping and let your pie chill for 4-5 hours. Serve when ready.

Raspberry Buttermilk Pie

If you want to try a sweet and tangy pie this weekend, then you should definitely make the Raspberry Buttermilk pie. The raspberries provide a sweet flavor to the tanginess of the custard filling making it infinitely more delicious.

You just need to whisk together a mixture of buttermilk, sugar, butter, flour, egg yolks, vanilla extract, and salt. Once the mixture is ready, pour it into the piecrust and bake it for around 50 minutes.

Then let it cool down and top it up with raspberry jam and toasted sliced almonds, your pie is all set to eat now.

Cranberry Apple Pie

This delicious cranberry pie with granola toppings is the most delicious pie ever and not really complicated too. All you have to do it take a large bowl and mix together the cranberries, apples, cinnamon, sugar, cornstarch, lemon zest, and salt.

Shift this whole mixture to the piecrust and top it with granola and butter. Bake the pie for 1 hour until the apples get soft and then let it cool down before you serve it.

The crisp topping would add texture to your pie and will make it look more appetizing.

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