You know it’s that time of the year when you see pumpkins or pumpkin-inspired things all around you, and fall will never pass by without pumpkin pie for holiday gatherings.
To make sure you enjoy this season more, we’ve listed various pumpkin pie recipes ranging from the classic pumpkin pie to decaffeinated pumpkin pie.
1. Pumpkin Pie
Of course, first on the list is the classic pumpkin pie. You will never go wrong with this staple pumpkin pie. Pumpkin yams, cinnamon, nutmeg, egg, salt, milk, vanilla, and heavy cream are what you need for that smooth, creamy, and perfectly-spiced filling, and a store brought or homemade crust to complete the recipe.
2. Pumpkin Cream Pie
For a creamy and lighter version of the classic pumpkin pie, try this pumpkin cream pie. It takes less time since you won’t be baking the filling. You have to mix the pudding mix, milk, and whip cream on top of the pre-baked pie crust. Add whipped cream for the topping and sprinkle some walnuts, pecans, or even chocolate on top of your pie, then chill.
3. Triple Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
For the chocolate lovers, you will love this chocolate pumpkin pie. Not just one or two, but three layers of three different kinds of chocolate are in this recipe. Use bittersweet chocolate for the bottom coating, semisweet chocolate for the next layer, and milk chocolate to top it all.
4. Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust
Crushed gingersnap cookies mixed with melted butter for the crust defines this pumpkin pie. The filling is the same as the classic pumpkin pie recipe, and the crust gives you more ginger flavor that is perfect in combination with pumpkin.
5. 5-Ingredient Pumpkin Pie
This pumpkin pie recipe is definitely “as easy as pie” to make, and the prep time is about 5 minutes. The pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, condensed milk, eggs, and a store-bought pie shell or a homemade crust are all you need. Whisk it together and bake for 45 minutes, and voila, you have your pumpkin pie.
6. Pumpkin Bomb Pie
A combination of pumpkin, chocolate chip cookies, and Hershey’s caramel kisses makes this pie a bomb. Break apart the cookies, make it as your filling, put the Hershey’s kisses to fill the spaces, then pour a mixture of butter, sugar, eggs, cornmeal, and vanilla, and bake for 45 minutes. Add a chocolate ganache made of melted chocolate chips on top of the filling and sprinkle some pecans to add that autumn vibe.
7. Pumpkin Pie with a Speculoos Cookie Crust
Inspired by the Gingersnap crust, give this Speculoos cookie crust a try. Or if you prefer Speculoos cookies to Gingersnap, then you may use the cookie of your choice.
8. Gingersnap Pumpkin Pie with Candied Pumpkin Seeds
Give your pumpkin pie with Gingersnap crust a twist by adding candied pumpkin seeds on the top. A combination of crunchy crust and a crunchy topping is just perfect and indeed a crowd-pleaser. To achieve the crispy pumpkin seeds, you must first toast the pumpkin seeds by baking it for 4 to 5 minutes, then coat it with butter, sugar, and spices. This recipe will surely take your pumpkin pie to the next level.
9. Pumpkin-Praline Pie
Adding crunchy and chewy pecans to that creamy pumpkin pie will result in that perfect texture that will satisfy you in every bite. To achieve this, you will need an extra 4 minutes to cook the filling and make it tough enough to hold the pecan topping, as the excess liquids will evaporate in this process. These 4 minutes will be the most crucial time of your baking if you don’t want your pie to flop.
10. Pumpkin Streusel Pie
Pumpkin Streusel Pie is a classic pumpkin pie topped with walnut streusel. Sprinkle the walnut streusel evenly over the filling to avoid conflicts on who should get the slice with more streusel and the one with less. With this recipe, everyone will eat pumpkin streusel pie in peace and savor every bite of it.
11. Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie with Streusel Topping
Torn between apple pie and pumpkin pie? Why not try this apple butter pumpkin pie with streusel topping to settle your thoughts? This recipe defines fall as you combine the flavor of apple butter, pumpkin, and pecans in one pie. Add apple butter to your regular pumpkin filling mix to have that apple pie flavor and top it with pecan streusel.
12. Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie
This pie is perfect for those who prefer a not-so-sweet pumpkin pie. The brown sugar gives you a balance and consistency of sweetness that will make you indulge and go back for seconds. By adding brown sugar to the mixture, you’ll be giving your regular pumpkin pie a revamp.
13. Pumpkin-Pecan Streusel Pie
Leave those big chunky pieces of pecans in the streusel mix, and you will have a pumpkin-pecan streusel pie. You may try sprinkling chopped pecans over the pie crust before adding the filling to make the most out of the nuts, then bake it for 45 minutes. After this, carefully put the pecan streusel topping and bake again for 25 minutes. Let cool, then please your family and friends with a perfectly sliced pumpkin-pecan streusel pie.
14. Pumpkin Spice Latte Pie
This caffeinated pie has a coffee filling and served with coffee liqueur-spiked whipped cream. You will need a strong brewed coffee for the filling and coffee liqueur for the cream. Add a quarter cup of brewed coffee to your mixture and go on with your regular baking procedure. For the coffee liqueur whipped cream, beat the cream and coffee liqueur with an electric mixer, and add powdered sugar. Serve the Pumpkin Spice Latte pie hand in hand with the chilled coffee liqueur whipped cream.
15. Turtle Pumpkin Pie
The whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and chopped pecan toppings are what set this Turtle Pumpkin Pie apart.
16. Keto Pumpkin Pie
With all these delicious foods out there, you might want to cut off some carb intake while still satisfying your sweet tooth through this Keto pumpkin pie. Using sugar substitutes and gluten-free crust makes this pie Keto-friendly, and your family and friends might not even notice.
You will need almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, melted butter, and egg for the crust. You will need pumpkin puree, heavy cream, keto-friendly brown sugar, eggs, spices, and vanilla for the filling. However, pumpkin has its fair share of carbs, so we recommend taking just a small slice.
17. No-Bake Pumpkin Pie
Keep the oven and make this pumpkin pie. This no-bake pumpkin pie is the easiest thing in the world with just five ingredients. You will only need Graham crackers for the crust, pumpkin puree, pudding mix, milk, and pumpkin spice for the filling. After chilling for at least 3 hours, you may dig in and enjoy your pumpkin pie.
18. Eggnog Pumpkin Pie
If you’re a fan of eggnog, you might want to replace the milk for eggnog when making your traditional pumpkin pie—an easy but delicious twist to everyone’s favorite.
19 Peanut Butter Pumpkin Pie
Make your pumpkin pie more exciting by putting in peanut butter in your mixture. Unimaginable, but it works, and it’s super tasty. The peanut butter compliments well with the pumpkin, giving you a creamier and thicker pie. Try this and taste for yourself!
A perfect slice of pumpkin pie during Thanksgiving makes this holiday a top-notch, and the autumn season experience complete. Don’t let fall pass by without trying one, and make sure to check out our pie cutters to give your pumpkin pies a boost! This will surely make your pies fresh and looking good as you serve it to your family and friends. Order from our pie cutters from our website today!