4.33 / 5 Stars | 311 Reviews
by Rosemarie Reeher
"For this delicious, simple pie, all you 'll need is a 9x9-inch pan, melted butter, a yummy batter and some sliced, fresh fruit. The batter goes in the pan, the fruit is poured on top of the batter, and the cobbler is baked in the oven for an hour."
4.33 / 5 Stars | 3 Reviews
"A rich trifle is made with pound cake, sherry and custard layered in a bowl and topped with a lightly sweetened whipped cream. This trifle is the special recipe from my grandmother and has been perfected over the years by other family members as well. It is a must have dessert during the holiday season. Make a huge batch, serve and if you don’t eat it all, stick it in the fridge and it tastes even better the second day!"
4.57 / 5 Stars | 27 Reviews
by Emily Lewis
"You'll know this is a blue ribbon pie as soon as you experience your first bite. It 's made with a chocolate cookie crust which is then layered with a raspberry whipped cream filling and thin chocolate cookies until you run out of cream and cookies. Then, the pie is chilled and served with fresh raspberries."
4.25 / 5 Stars | 2 Reviews
by Jim Scott
"Creating this beautiful pie is a labor of love, but the fabulous result is well worth the effort. A homemade pie shell is pre-baked. When cooled, a luscious pureed apple mixture is spooned in and covered with a spiral of apple slices that have been sugared, spiced and splashed with a smidgen of rum. The top of the pie is then decorated with pastry leaves and baked until the filling bubbles and the crust is golden."