Georgia peach, coconut custard, flaky pear and dulce de leche—these are F&W's favorite pies of all-time.
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Georgia Peach Pie
When you slice into this delicious pie, don't be surprised by the gap between the filling and the top crust. This happens when a pie is baked at high heat because the crust sets before the fruit in the filling has cooked down.
This dreamy, creamy dessert started as a simple chocolate pudding made with workaday cocoa. Melissa Rubel turned it into a homey, silky pie by adding a quick chocolate crust and vanilla-flavored whipped cream. "But you could still serve just the filling as a pudding," she says.
Most pastry chefs love lemon and orange. Deborah Snyder champions the also-ran of the citrus world: grapefruit. In one cold, creamy dessert, she layers pink grapefruit curd in a crunchy graham-cracker crust with caramel sauce and a delicate topping of fluffy meringue.