Celebrate Thanksgiving with These Pie Recipes from Lexington Hills
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to explore additions to your pie-making (or buying) game. If you’ve never made a homemade pie, be adventurous and give it a try this year. We suggest doing a test run before making pie for Thanksgiving dinner dessert (more pie, right?). Here on the Lexington Hills Blog we have some delicious pie recipes to help get you started. Invite friends and family over to your apartment and enjoy making pies together here in Eagan, MN.
For a silky and creamy chocolate pie, we definitely recommend this recipe from Blahnik Baker. To make this pie, you’ll need the following ingredients: a 9-inch pie crust (either store bought or homemade), sugar, cornstarch, salt, egg yolks, whole milk, fine-quality chocolate, unsalted butter, vanilla extract, heavy cream, and powdered sugar.
For that perfectly nostalgic pumpkin pie, try out this recipe from Lil’ Luna. This recipe requires 4 large eggs, canned pumpkin, evaporated milk, sugar ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, salt, ground cloves, and a pie crust. After beating the eggs, add in the other ingredients and mix well. Pour the mixture into the pie crust, bake for 1 hour at 350 F, and voila — a perfectly delicious pumpkin pie.
What a treat this pie will be! It’s a unique option that we’re sure you’ll love. The recipe comes from Like Mother Like Daughter. For the crust, use these ingredients: graham cracker sheets, sugar, and butter. For the pie filling, use these items: bananas, unwrapped caramels, heavy cream, instant vanilla pudding mix, instant banana cream pudding mix, milk, and cool whip.
Still craving that taste of summer? Make this delicious blueberry pie that everyone is sure to love. The recipe comes from Saving Dessert. To make the crust, you’ll need flour, unsalted butter, vegetable shortening, salt, and ice water. For the filling, you’ll need sugar, cornstarch, lemon zest, lemon juice, blueberries, and an apple. For the crumble top, use flour, brown sugar, cold butter chunks, and sugar.
What’s your favorite pie recipe? Share with us in the comments so we can try it out this year. Thanks for reading the Lexington Hills Blog. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in our apartment community!