You won't be able to resist the sweet fillings and crunchy crusts of these fruit pies.
Cost per serving: $1.74
Fruit dessert lovers will adore this flavorful galette. To vary the taste, substitute Golden Delicious apples for the pears, and golden raisins, chopped apricots or dried cranberries for the cherries.
See recipe: Pear, Dried-Cherry and Almond Galette
Cost per serving: $1.42
This twist on the traditional apple pie combines in-season apples and frozen raspberries--a perfect match for flavor and to keep cost of baking this pie low.
See recipe: Apple-Raspberry Pie
Cost per serving: $1.04
This dressed-up version of pumpkin pie still is a affordable to make. The crunchy chocolate cookie crust is the perfect compliment the pumpkin filling.
See recipe: Black-Bottom Pumpkin Tart
Cost per serving: 93¢
This recipe uses a combination of pears, frozen or fresh cranberries and dried cranberries to complete this delectable pie.
See recipe: Cranberry Pear Pie
Cost per serving: $1.52
This recipe uses any combination of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries, and a little fresh ginger to add tang. To save time, use a premade crust.
See recipe: Berry Ginger Pie
Cost per serving: 87¢
If you want to make this pie when peaches aren’t in season, use three pounds of thawed frozen peach slices instead of fresh fruit. And don’t worry about serving up perfect pie slices―use a spoon and scoop portions into bowls, cobbler-style.
See recipe: Deep-Dish Peach Pie
Cost per serving: $1.11
No matter how full everyone is from dinner, they won’t be able to resist this crumble-topped apple-filled treat. This recipe calls for Golden Delicious apples but Granny Smith would be a great compliment to the rich crumble crust.
See recipe: Sour Cream Apple Pie
Cost per Serving: $2.28
Top this tangy and sweet classic dessert with french vanilla or cinnamon ice cream; it's a simple touch that will "wow" your taste buds!
See recipe: Strawberry-Rhubarb Crumble Pie
Cost per Serving: $1.62
This cool, rich dessert uses fresh strawberries, blueberries and blackberries but any variation of berries and other fruits would taste great with the smooth cream cheese filling in this pie.
See recipe: Triple Berry Cream Pie
Cost per serving: 51¢
This citrusy treat uses fresh lemon juice. In order to squeeze the most juice from citrus fruits, prick the peel several times with a fork. Then microwave the fruit for a few seconds.
See recipe: Lemon Buttermilk Pie
Cost per Serving: $2.25
Peel peaches with ease using our simple technique:
Cost per Serving: $1.16
Use frozen puff pastry to make a delicious and simple Nectarine-Raspberry Hand Pies that no one will be able to put down. Try them with blueberries instead of raspberries, if you prefer. You can use peach or plum in place of the nectarine, too. Just be sure to peel the peach.
See recipe: Nectarine-Raspberry Hand Pies
Cost per serving: 47¢
The cookie dough is buttery so it can be tricky to work with—but all that butter gives it great flavor and texture. Be careful not to roll the cookies too thinly or they won’t support the filling and fruit.
See recipe: Mini Fruit Tartlets
Cost per serving: $2.07
Try this tart indulgence for a kid-friendly take on a classic recipe that's sure to be a hit. The individual serving size makes it a great afternoon snack.
See recipe: Mini Cherry Pies
Cost per serving: 97¢
Chocolate and bananas— what a perfect pair!
See recipe: Black-Bottom Banana Pie