Cooking and Baking

5 Delicious Pie Recipes That Practically Make Themselves

Kosher.com Staff October 24, 2023

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If the words “pie baking season” send chills down your spine, let us put your mind at ease. Pie baking season does NOT mean making pie dough from scratch! You can have a fresh pie on your table (just like everyone else in the neighborhood) without any of the stress.

Haddar’s Graham Cracker Pie Crust is “ready to eat”, which means you technically don’t even have to turn on the oven to get a pie on the table!

Below, we’ve got pie recipes that take minutes to put together and bake, AND we also have pies that require no baking at all. Now, you can feel like a million bucks when your kiddos walk in the door to a freshly made pie.

No matter how short on time you are, thanks to Haddar, you can have your pie and eat it too!

  1. Cranberry Apple Crumb Pie by Sara and Yossi Goldstein
    This pie is perfect for the cozy fall weather. It’s a great mashup of crisp and pie with a graham cracker crust and a pecan crumble topping.
  2. Hot Chocolate Pie by Batsheva Kanter
    This is obviously not HOT chocolate, but here you’ve got all the same flavors in an ice cream pie.
  3. Creamy Pudding Pie by Nelly Weissman
  4. Lime Fruit Tart by Molly Hagler
  5. Rich Dark Chocolate Pie by Vera Newman
    I love this recipe because it really satisfies that chocolate-something must-have on your dessert table! The best part is that it’s no-bake, which makes it so easy to whip together when short on time. Relatively low in sugar and super smooth and creamy makes this the perfect dessert to have after a heavy meal! Who doesn’t love chocolate and whipped cream?