This Speedy Microwave Chocolate Cream Pie with a Graham Cracker Crust is appropriate for any celebration or just because. Using the microwave makes a quick filling with no chance of scorching.
Early in my career as a home economist, I did a TV show demonstrating how to make a traditional pie crust. I’ve been pursuing the perfect pie crust ever since. Most of my pie recipes are family traditions. If you make yogurt, don’t miss the flakiest pie crust made with yogurt and butter.
Make Easy Mini Lemon Tarts with lemon curd and crème fraîche. Pile the filling into homemade shortbread crusts and decorate with fruit. This is the perfect size for satisfying an after-dinner sweet tooth.
Learn how to make a silky smooth cream-pie filling in a microwave as good or better than making it on top of the stove. No worries about scorching, tempering eggs, lumps, etc. Try it out for yourself with a scrumptious banana cream pie or a coconut cream pie.
This Chocolate Fudge Pie has a velvety smooth, soft, but firm and fudge-like texture, similar to a flourless chocolate cake. The filling contains no flour, milk, cream, or corn syrup. You will love it!
A layered chocolate and vanilla cream pie nestled in a crumb crust. Directions for cooking cream in the microwave are included.
Afraid of piecrusts? Try this apple pie with no crust. Apples are covered with a tasty cinnamon-spiced batter and baked until golden brown. You’ll love it with ice cream.
After you learn how to make a pie crust that won’t stick to the pan, try this recipe for Browned Butter Pecan Pie.
Mini Strawberry Tarts are a bite of springtime with glazed fresh strawberries held together with a light glaze and tucked into a shortbread cookie crust.
Grandma’s magic pumpkin pie is a non-traditional pumpkin pie that bakes up into distinct custard-like layers. Requires only 2-3 tablespoons of pumpkin.