Home Pie Recipes

Quiche Lorraine

Eggs, bacon and cheese join forces with a flaky (store-bought!) crust for this French tart recipe.

Easy Beef Empanadas

Little pockets you can eat out of hand make a delicious dinner or snack - and leftovers can be packed for lunch the next day. Spiced beef makes tasty empanadas - or try, chicken, beans or even sweet fruit fillings!

Classic Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie

At this time of year, most Canadians either have a bounty of rhubarb growing in their back yard or knows someone who does - here's a classic recipe for strawberry- rhubarb pie that no summer is complete without.

Pie crust

The two things my grandma taught me to remember when making pie were to keep the ingredients cold and to handle it as gently as possible.

Key lime pie

Key limes are smaller, rounder and yellower than the Persian limes we usually see in the produce section; they have a smoother, mellower flavour but regular limes make a fine substitute.

Stone fruit & berry galette

A galette, or free-form pie, is perfect for a pie novice. There’s no need for a pie pan, nor for trimming and crimping the edge.

Blueberry or Saskatoon berry pie

Berry pies can be made using any combination of berries in season.

Raspberry browned butter pie

One of my earliest food memories is of picking raspberries from the enormous bushes in our back yard - I don't recall baking with them then, but when I came across this recipe for browned butter pie with fresh raspberries, I had to give it a go.

Swamp pond pie

Set a creepy mood in your household with this spooky-looking pie.

Classic pumpkin pie

Pumpkin pie needs time to set; make it ahead to avoid cramming it into the oven alongside a turkey.

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