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This is for serious peanut butter lovers. Preparation time is cooling time and cooking time is baking the crust.

Recipe #90491

Better prepare two of these pies, as everyone will want seconds!

Recipe #92709

This is made without a crust, it is so yummy, and quite simple to prepare, a very nice main dish meal, served with a salad.

Recipe #92964

This pie always turns out very fluffy and light, and holds up great because of the gelatin, a wonderful after dinner dessert, everyone will love this pie. Plan ahead, this pie needs to be refrigerated for 3 or more hours.

Recipe #93656

This is the most wonderful apple pie, and one of my family's favorites!... of coarse, if you prefer, this pie may be made with your favorite homemade pie crust, or use my recipe#66929 for this. (note: this pie is best prepared with Granny Smith apples, as these apples seem to hold up better, and not become soft and soggy when baked). Hint: my advise to you is...better prepare two of these, as they will go fast, this pie is so delicious!

Recipe #94251

A holiday favorite!

Recipe #96786

Apples mixed with sour cream, make this pie different and delicious --- see my recipe#66929

Recipe #98055

This is a two layer pie with a cream cheese bottom and a cranberry middle, sprinkled with a crumb-nut topping...this is an amazing dessert pie, and worth the time to make.

Recipe #100920

This is one of my family's favorite pies, and sure to become one of yours too! Cream cheese topped with cinnamon/sugar and raisins, and then baked Note: plan ahead, this pie needs to be covered and refrigerated overnight.

Recipe #103419

This is a wonderful summertime pie, I have made this on many occasions, and always have had rave reviews, I usually prepare two of these for a weekend, this will go fast! A tip, make sure that the crushed pineapple is very well drained, or the pie will not hold up I always squeeze out any extra juice with my hands) --- see my recipe#66929

Recipe #104619

This is the most easiest dessert pie to put together, so rich and creamy! with chocolate shavings or fruit. Plan ahead, this needs to sit in the fridge for 4 or more hours to set. Warning...better make two of these, they won't last long!

Recipe #117339

When I make apple pie, this is the recipe that I usually use, it always turns out great ---prep time does not include preparing the pastry.

Recipe #118194

One of the best recipes for lemon meringue pie! If you want a sky-high meringue, like the ones you see in bakery's, just use 6 egg whites (save yolks for another recipe), and double the sugar....I just use the same amount of cornstarch/water mixture when I use 6 egg whites. Prep time does not include making the meringue/cornstarch mixture. I have even made this pie using a graham cracker crust (the graham crust goes very well if topping with whip cream or Cool Whip), also if you prefer a very tart lemon pie add in another 2-3 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice. I most always prepare the crust and then fill with the filling the night before and let it thicken in the fridge overnight then top with the meringue the following day. Also in place of the meringue, I have many times topped it with Cool Whip or whipped cream, it it excellent that way also. Which ever way you choose to make it, it is a wonderful lemon pie recipe. *NOTE* if you are worried about scorching the bottom of the pan, then you can also make the filling in the microwave, here's a large 8-cup microwave-safe bowl whisk together the sugar and cornstarch, add in all the remaining ingredients whisk to combine and microwave on HIGH for about 8 minutes (might take longer or less time) removing three times to whisk, make certain to cook the filling until hot, bubbly and thickened, then add in the 2 tsp vinegar and 3 tablespoons butter, this method works well and no scorched pans!

Recipe #118361

I make this strawberry pie often when strawberries are in season, this is a very good recipe for a glazed pie. I always top it off with real whipped cream, and then a couple more fresh strawberries on top of the cream, so delicious! Prep time does not include cooling the glaze, but it includes refrigeration time. If you prefer a more sweeter glaze, just add in more sugar.

Recipe #120491

One of my favorite pumpkin pies! It's a cross between a pumpkin and pecan pie, very rich, but extremely delicious! serve with a dollop of whipped cream.

Recipe #122370

This sets perfectly when baked, I usually prepare this pie in the morning to serve in the evening, the pie should be refrigerated for several hours and then served cold.

Recipe #126619

You will love this, it's really a tasty meal. I have made this many times in the fall and winter season, but it is still good on cool rainy days too, and is very easy to put together. Make certain that you have a large oven-proof skillet for this recipe, as the whole thing is baked in the skillet. Try not to overbake the cornbread topping.

Recipe #128022

A great summertime pie to make when fruit is in season --- use only fresh fruit frozen will cause the filling to become watery

Recipe #129511

Delicious baked apple pie topped with an unbaked cream cheese layer...YUMMY! This can also be made in a 8 x 8-inch square baking pan.

Recipe #130001

If you are a lemon-lover then you will really enjoy this pie. If using whipped cream in place of Cool Whip then spread on top of the pie just before serving. Prep time is for making the lemon mixture only, this can also be made using a graham cracker crust --- see my recipe#66929

Recipe #130330

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