As the weather grows cooler and the leaves begin to change, you may find yourself with a deep desire to be cozy and warm. It is no use to fight this desire. You may even want to enhance your cozy warm feeling by baking a pie. As your Williams and McDaniel home in Cambridge fills with the aromas of buttery, browning crust and bubbling fruit or other fall fillings, the cozy feeling will reach new heights. Cut yourself a big slice of these fall pies.
Double Crust Apple Pie
The natural juices and flavours are sealed in tight with in this Double Crust Apple Pie. If you toss the apples in apple juice, it not only adds a boost of apple flavour, but it also keeps the apples from browning prematurely.
Pear Almond Tart
This Pear Almond Tart is a delicious fall treat for anyone, but especially those avoiding dairy. The sweetness of seasonal pears, combined with the full flavour of almonds, will make this dairy-free dish a new fall favourite.
Praline Pumpkin Pie
Praline pie is perhaps the perfect fall pie, and this recipe is a delicious twist on the classic. This Praline Pumpkin Pie features spicy and creamy pumpkin filling on the bottom, and nutty, caramelized pecans on top. Try topping that!
Cherry Crisp Pie
Every bite of this Cherry Crisp Pie is perfectly sweet and tart. The crunchy crumble topping is a nice change from the traditional double crust or lattice crust topping. This pie should be eaten warm, with a little vanilla ice cream on top, as you get cozy in your Olympia Court apartment.
Sweet Potato Pie with Crunchy Cranberry Topping
This Sweet Potato Pie with Crunchy Cranberry Topping hits all the right notes for the perfect slice of fall pie. The sweet, spicy, creaminess of the sweet potato filling goes perfectly with the seasonal sweet and tartness of the crunchy cranberry topping. You may require a second helping.
The blog team at Williams and McDaniel hopes this week’s post helps you make the most out of pie season – otherwise known as fall. For more information on Williams and McDaniel rental properties in Cambridge, including Cedar Towers (10 George Street South), please visit our website.