These simple and delicious bars are sure to please any pie fan. Although cherry is our personal favorite, the recipe can be adapted for other fruit fillings as well. From blueberry to apple to peach, the options are abundant!
European in origin and similar to their savory cousin the quiche, tarts have a shortcrust, flavorful filling, and beautiful topping, usually of fresh fruit and a sweet glaze. This open-faced pie is sophisticated, stylish, and bound to impress.
What’s not to love about zesty lemony custard topped with a fluffy meringue? It was an innovative female pastry chef and teacher in early 19th-century Philadelphia who first paired lemon custard and meringue and created this all-American dessert classic.
This creamy and zesty pie, the official state pie of Florida, is simple, satisfying, and the perfect remedy for winter blues. It can be baked or unbaked, have a graham cracker or pastry crust, and topped with meringue or whipped cream but it consistently contains key lime juice, sweetened condensed milk, and egg yolks.