You can’t go wrong when luscious chocolate is matched with caramel, nuts, fruit, whipped cream, custard fillings, or flaky pie crust. Browse our collection of the best pie and tart recipes featuring chocolate in the fillings, crusts, toppings, or throughout.
Come Thanksgiving, you can never have too many pies! Choose from easy, traditional favorites like pumpkin, apple, pecan, and sweet potato, or go for something unexpected, such as coconut-key lime, pear custard, or chocolate mousse tart.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns conducted a search for the perfect pie recipes, drawing budding bakers and seasoned pros to submit their recipes for some of the most delicious pies. Third-place winner Tom Ribando shares his recipe for chocolate-pecan pie.
Be prepared to be wowed when you take your Pithiviers out of the oven: From the golden-brown sheen of its decorative top to the intoxicating almond aroma emanating from its frangipane center -- this cake just might become your new favorite.
As common as it is today, pecan pie is a relatively recent addition to the American table. No one knows exactly when it was invented, but since the 1940s -- when it was first popularized in "Joy of Cooking" and "The Fannie Farmer Cookbook" -- myriad pecan-pie recipes have emerged, including this sweet, rich version, brought to us by Martha's mother, Mrs. Kostyra.
This tartlike version of pecan pie, a specialty of the South, is baked in a cake ring, available at baking-supply stores. A nine-inch springform pan will work just as well; just trim the edge of the dough to 1 1/2 inches all around.