What’s your favorite part about fall?
Is it the changing colors of the leaves, the crisp temperatures, or maybe some of the fall flavors?
Well, if like me, you’re into the taste of fall, you’ll be interested in seeing some delicious ideas from all over the internet for fall inspired pies.
These pies go much deeper than pumpkin and sweet potato, although those are included in this list. There are amazing flavors perfect for a football tailgating experience or could even be enjoyed as part of your Thanksgiving meal.
Here are my impressive collection of fall pie recipes inspired by autumn you’re going to love:
1. Island Pecan Pie
Are you a fan of pecan pie? Would you like to enjoy a different spin on a traditional pie recipe? Then this is your pie.
It includes pecans but also has pineapple and coconut mixed in with the pecans in a delicious creamy filling.
2. Mincemeat Pie
Mincemeat gets a bad rap because the idea of a ‘meat pie’ turns people away. Before you decide to turn your nose up, check out this recipe.
This fall pie recipe is a traditional favorite from years ago. It does include beef, but it also has apples, raisins, dried currants, and other flavorful spices.
3. Crack Pie
If the name doesn’t catch your attention, surely the ingredients will. This pie has a delicious crust made out of oat cookies.
The inside of the pie is filled with sugar, butter, and heavy cream. When you put it together, you have an easy and delicious fall pie recipe perfect for any fall night.
4. Old Fashioned Chocolate Cream Pie
Chocolate cream pies are a family favorite around my house. My mother-in-law used to make them, and my husband adores them.
Now, it’s my turn to keep the family tradition going. This recipe is a traditional chocolate cream pie recipe which is simple to make.
5. Chocolate Pecan Pie
If you like pecan pie, and you’re also a fan of chocolate, this is the pie for you. It begins with a basic pie crust.
It gets interesting inside the crust. The filling has pecans, bittersweet chocolate, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and even a touch of bourbon.
6. Apple Raisin Custard Pie
Do apples not scream fall to you? In my world they do. Which is why I knew this pie recipe had to make the list.
If you enjoy apples, raisins, and a custard pie filling you’re going to love this pie recipe. It would be perfect for any get together or even for a dessert on Thanksgiving.
7. Brown Sugar Peach Crumble
When you reflect on peach pie, it usually comes to mind during the summer months when peaches are in season.
But if you use canned peaches, this recipe is a great way to utilize them and also keeps a touch of fall in the mix with the subtle use of brown sugar.
8. Cranberry Meringue Pie
Does everyone not have cranberry sauce on their table for Thanksgiving? Even if you don’t like it, it’s hard to skip over because it’s such a traditional dish.
Well, put your cranberries to use with this pie instead. The filling uses cranberries, orange juice, and other traditional ingredients to make a fruity custard. It’s in a traditional pie crust and topped with homemade meringue.
9. Easy Eggnog Pie
Eggnog is one of those things where you either love it or you hate it. There doesn’t seem to be much of an in-between.
Before you make up your mind, try this eggnog pie first. It’s simple to make and could be a new way to use eggnog this season.
10. Caramel Apple Pie
Raise your hand if you love caramel apples. Both of my hands are up! Caramel apples are a delicious part of celebrating fall.
But who says you can’t have the same delicious flavor packed into a gorgeous pie.
11. Chai Spiced Butternut Squash Pie
If you grew butternut squash this year, you might be looking for a few new ways to utilize them. Have you considered a pie?
12. Apple Hand Pies
When my mind goes towards fall, I immediately reminisce over making hand pies in my mother-in-law’s kitchen.
It was a family tradition we now carry on with our children. These apple hand pies are a classic dessert everyone loves, and they’re compact which is perfect for small children to munch on.
13. Cranberry Orange Custard Pie
From there, you’ll make a custard filling which is poured over the cranberries. You bake and enjoy!
14. Heavenly Cinnamon Pie
Fresh cinnamon smells delicious! It is one of those scents you get a whiff of and automatically know the dessert is going to be good.
Well, this fall pie recipe fits the same category. The filling is made of cream cheese, brown sugar, cream, flour, and spices. It bakes in the pie crust and is topped with powdered sugar.
15. Apple Blackberry Pie
Are you tired of plain old apple pie? Consider adding other fresh fruits to the mixture for a new flavor profile.
16. No-Bake Marshmallow Pumpkin Pie
Let’s all take this in for a moment. This recipe combines the delicious flavors of both pumpkin and marshmallows.
As if this isn’t enough to become a new favorite pie, you don’t even have to bake it. Can we say, delicious and easy? Score!
17. Bacon Pecan Pie
Are you tired of traditional pies? Would you like to mix things up a bit? Then this pie could be exactly what you’ve been searching for.
It takes a delicious and sweet pecan pie and adds salty bacon to it. If you love bacon and the mixture of sweet and salty, this recipe will be right up your alley.
18. Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie
I enjoy baking in the fall, and I especially enjoy baking older recipes. This recipe would qualify as an older recipe.
It uses a simple ingredient, such as buttermilk, to make a delicious pie everyone is sure to love.
19. Sweet Potato Pecan Pie
I must confess. I once was an enemy of the sweet potato. I couldn’t accept a sweet vegetable being used as a dessert.
20. Cherry Apple Pie
If I’m honest, I’m a fruit pie type of girl. I love the classic fruit pies, but apple and cherry pie are probably my absolute favorite.
Which is why this recipe must be shared. It brings together two classics to make a delicious fruit pie perfect for the crisp weather of fall.
21. German Apple Pie
What makes the difference between traditional apple pie and German apple pie? Well, cream of course.
Apparently, when you add cream to an apple pie, it gives the flavor great depth and makes the pie taste smoother too.
22. Maple Bourbon Walnut Pie
When you consider nut pies, walnut may not be the first one which comes to mind. After checking out this recipe your mind will soon change.
If the difference in nut doesn’t draw your attention, how about the fact that a little bourbon is thrown in the mix too?
23. Brown Sugar Sweet Potato Pie
I have yet to try a recipe from Sally’ Baking Addiction which hasn’t absolutely blown me away. This one shouldn’t disappoint either.
She takes a traditional and delicious sweet potato pie and sends it over the top by adding a healthy helping of brown sugar.
24. Brown Butterscotch Pie
Are you a fan of butterscotch pie? Then you’re in for a grand treat with this recipe. They took a traditional butterscotch pie and put it over the edge.
Instead of simply melting the butter, they allow it to brown. The recipe allows the butter and sugar to caramelize which makes for an awesome treat.
25. The Best Apple Pie Recipe
Well, you’ve most likely been waiting for a traditional fall pie recipe you can bank on time and again.
This recipe won’t disappoint. It tells you how to make a flawless apple pie over and over again. Perfect for any fall or holiday occasion.
26. Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie
Do you enjoy homemade apple pies, but you despise making the homemade pie crust? Well, this recipe has it all figured out.
Instead of making a homemade pie crust, use store-bought cinnamon rolls. Press them into the bottom of the pan, and they make a delicious pie crust perfect for any apple pie.
27. Toll House Chocolate Chip Pie
A warm chocolate chip cookie may be precisely what you want to finish off a delicious comfort-food filled meal.
Well, now you can have exactly this when you bake the Toll House Chocolate Chip Pie. It gives traditional comfort in a whole new way.
28. Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie
Are you looking for a different way to utilize all the apple butter you’ve been making this fall? This fall pie recipe has you covered.
You can now bake a tasty pumpkin pie which is also filled with delicious homemade apple butter too. What a treat!
29. Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie
Oh my! This brown sugar pumpkin pie recipe looks amazing. It’s filled with butter, brown sugar, pumpkin puree, heavy cream, sour cream, vanilla extract, and much more.
If you’re looking for a delicious twist on a traditional fall pie recipe, this could be what you’ve been hoping for.
30. Pioneer Woman’s Pecan Pie
I love reading through The Pioneer Woman’s recipes. She makes delicious and traditional favorites, like her pecan pie.
Making a pecan pie seems easy when you follow her recipe. It requires a basic pie crust, pecans, and only takes a few steps to make a delicious custard to complete the pie.
31. Apple Cranberry Pie
Again, this is another delicious way to put a twist on a traditional pie-favorite. If you’re bored with the same old apple pie, add another traditional fruit.
With this fall pie recipe, it calls for adding some tart cranberries. It’s a great way to get your sweet and sour all in one bite.
32. Apple Butter Pie
I’m forever grateful I ran across this recipe. I make a ton of apple butter every autumn season because apples are in full swing and my family loves apple butter!
Now they can enjoy apple butter in a whole new way. This recipe is easy for making an apple butter pie and flavorful too!
You now have over 30 different recipes to keep you busy baking pies this fall. You may find a new family favorite or even create a new baking tradition in the process.
Hopefully, you’ll find at least one which will be a requirement for Thanksgiving and other fall celebrations from this season forward.