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Though really, who needs an excuse to eat pie?
While pie isn’t technically a seasonal dessert, it really feels most at home in the fall. That transitional time between light summer pavlovas and heavy winter puddings belongs to a classic piece of pie, and we’ve gathered five of our personal favourites from the WL Recipe Finder. Because the weather isn’t looking great this weekend—so shouldn’t your joy come from a little music, a little baking and a big reward (in the form of a slice of sweetness) at the end of it all?
Butter Baked Goods‘ Rosie Daykin is the queen of comfort food—and this sweet pie makes a perfect Sunday dinner treat.
When Edmonton’s Duchess Bake Shop released their cookbook last year, the first run sold out almost immediately. This gorgeous tart is just one reason why.
This deceptively simple-to-make tart offers a big pay off in the end.
A perfect crust paired with in-season apples—it’s a classic for a reason.
Thinking about catching up on your Twin Peaks before the reboot is released? Bake up this recipe from Duchess Bake Shop and settle in for the marathon.