10 Old-Fashioned Pies worth Remembering this Holiday Season

Do you have a quirky, old-fashioned pie recipe from your grandmother?  I do, and even though I don’t hear about these old-fashioned pies often, they’re absolutely delicious, and well worth remembering to make.

10 Old Fashioned Pies worth Remembering this Holiday Season

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Old fashioned lemon buttermilk pie recipe

This old-fashioned lemon buttermilk pie is a classic. It may look unassuming, but the bright lemon flavor is divine.

2. Source: Loaves and Dishes

Old Fashioned sugar cream pie recipe

This fashioned sugar cream pie looks like crème brûlée in pie form.  And that sounds pretty much like the best thing in the world.

3. Source: Spicy Southern Kitchen

Chocolate chess pie recipe

Have you ever had a chocolate chess pie?  If you haven’t, you’re missing out on a slice of pie perfection.

4. Source: OMG Chocolate Desserts

classic banana cream pie recipe

Classic banana cream pie.  I don’t even particularly care for bananas and I love this stuff.  Put anything in pie form and I’ll probably love it, to be fair.

5. Source: Loaves and Dishes

Old Fashioned butterscotch pie recipe

Butterscotch pie with a fluffy, browned meringue topping.  Now here’s an old-fashioned pie worth reviving.

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rhubarb custard pie recipe

Rhubarb custard pie is probably the most delicious thing on earth.  It’s a perfect balance of tart and sweet.

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old fashioned buttermilk pie recipe

You should love this old-fashioned buttermilk pie for the texture alone.

8. Source: Tikkido

Iowa Hand Pie recipe

This is what my grandmother called “hand pie.”  We’re not sure if it’s because you could eat a slice with your hand, or because you could stir it with your hand.  Whatever reason, it’s like a delicious custard pie without the eggs.

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old fashioned vinegar pie recipe

No buttermilk?  No problem!  You can still get your delicious old-fashioned pie fix with a classic vinegar pie.  No really, vinegar pie.  Trust me, it’s amazing.

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Old fashioned shoofly pie recipe

If you have to shoo flies away from the pie, it’s probably a good thing.  If you love the complex flavor of molasses, give a traditional shoo-fly pie a try.

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