Enjoy bursts of flavor in every bite with these delicious fruit pies! Submerge yourself in the classics like apple and cherry pie or step out of your comfort zone with peach bourbon pie. Either way, there’s a pie for every kind of occasion!

With a sweet, flakey flavor it’s no wonder that fruit pies are a go-to dessert, they’re a guaranteed crowd-pleaser! However,  most people stick to the same old hand-me-down recipes.

Jump out of the classics and instead embrace the juicy flavor of new fruits and combinations.

The fruit pies below are a combination of staples you know and love along with some unique new ideas to use up in-season fruits. Scroll through and find some new family favorites.

Lightened-up Weight Watchers apple pie with oat flour crust.
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1. Weight Watchers Apple Pie

A lightened-up version of a classic, this apple pie has only 2 Weight Watchers points per serving! Using a blend of applesauce and stevia for sweetness, this pie recipe scales back on heavy sugar. And yet it still comes out with a classic comforting flavor that everyone loves.

Maple Bourbon Peach Pie on cooling rack in front of Big Green Egg Grill

2. Bourbon Peach Pie

An easy pie to whip up in advance and loaded with flavor. This pie recipe uses ripe, juicy peaches for its flavor paired with warming spices for a sweet but tangy flavor. Top it with whipped cream or a dollop of vanilla ice cream to amp up the comfort level but this peach pie is delicious all on its own too.

3. Easy Berry Pie

This pie holds together perfectly and uses fresh or frozen berries for its delicious taste. Brushed with egg whites to get that delicious crispy top and served warm, it’s a pie recipe that comes together easily but it is a hit with everyone at the table. Plus, you can actually freeze the baked pie and have one on hand when you need it!

4. Razzleberry Pie

A light and flakey pie crust filled with raspberries, blackberries, and apples for sweetness. This pie recipe is a bright pop of color on the table. The apple brings out a unique flavor to a classic berry pie and the hint of lemon juice pulls it all together. This is a pie recipe you can enjoy any time of year.

5. Cranberry Orange Custard Pie

A unique recipe for any Holiday menu this pie brings a bright and zesty taste to the menu. It’s filled with a sweet and silky custard that’s laced with orange zest and cranberries. Fresh or frozen cranberries work for the recipe making it easy to put together. Plus, it has a delicious color and a bold combination of sweet and tangy. The perfect taste at the end of the meal.

6. Easy Blueberry Pie

A classic summer recipe with homemade, simple ingredients. The filling is made with fresh or frozen blueberries making it so that any beginner in the kitchen can whip it up. Top it with a classic pie lattice or a crumble topping for added sweetness, either way, it’s a hit for the whole family.

7. Marionberry Pie

Sweet and slightly tart this unique pie is a fun addition to the dessert table. Marionberries are like blackberries and range in color from red to pure black. They have a subtle tartness making them perfect for pies. This berry pie needs only 7 ingredients to be whipped up making it the perfect choice when you want to impress the masses.

8. Cherry Pie 

Bursting with fresh cherry flavor with just a hint of tartness. Cherry pie is a classic dessert and one everyone loves. The cherry filling in this recipe comes with a hint of vanilla and almond flavors to make it delicious in every bite. It’s one you’ll make again and again as you’ll never go back to store-bought!

9. Low Carb Blackberry Custard Pie

An easy, buttermilk custard pie filling and delicious blueberry flavor, this blackberry pie is a low-carb dessert recipe to keep on hand. Sweetened with low-carb sugar the pie is actually cooked in just a few minutes. With a hint of nutmeg added to it for cozy flavor this pie recipe is great for day’s you don’t want something too heavy.

10. Peach Raspberry Pie

With three types of crust toppings, this pie can become unique with a simple tweak. The berries mixed into this pie recipe bring out so much flavor that it’s hard not to have a second serving. Once made you can top it with a classic lattice or a sugary crumble depending on your preferences. Either way, it’s a hit at the table.

11. Black and Blueberry Pie

A summer fruit pie rolled into a sweet and flakey crust. This pie recipe is made with both blackberries and blueberries which gives it an extremely dark color. Though fresh berries will taste best you can easily make this pie recipe with frozen berries throughout the cooler months. Bursting with berry flavor this recipe is a hit all year long.

12. Caramel pear Pie

Warming flavors of caramel, cinnamon, and butter all rolled into a freshly baked pie. This pie comes with a tender but crisp texture made more indulgent by the addition of caramel and cinnamon. A recipe that’s rich and indulgent but also light, this pear pie will have guests coming back for more every time.

13. Strawberry Pie

Made with fresh strawberries this pie is a classic summer dessert. With fresh bursts in every bite and a light, buttery crust this one is a great recipe to use up all the fresh strawberries from picking. It’s made with classic ingredients and a homemade pie crust to maximize the flavor. 

14. Keto Blueberry Pie

A classic flavor with a low-carb twist. A fresh blueberry filling with double crust but a lightened-up version. The pie crust uses almond flour and coconut flour to cut back on carbs but still results in a light and flakey texture. Top it with a blueberry filling low in sugar and you’ve got a tasty, keto dessert.

15. Classic Blackberry Pie

It’s gorgeous, refreshing, and doesn’t call for a ton of extra sugar! This blackberry pie recipe is extremely easy to assemble and the result is a buttery crust with fresh blackberry flavor. The perfect dessert to bring to your next get-together, you can serve it with ice cream or just dust it with icing sugar for presentation.

16. Sour Cherry Pie

Skip the sweet classics and opt for this flavor twist instead! This sour cherry pie is just the right amount of tart and results in an extremely light red cherry filling. It has a hint of almond extract in it to bring out the comforting side of cherries and is a great switch-up on a traditionally sweet dessert!

17. Mixed Berry Plum Pie

In this pie, you get all the flavors you love in one dessert. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart fruits meshed together in a flakey pie crust. To bring out the best flavor try to use extremely ripe, very juicy fruits for the base. Though you can use frozen fruit, fresh will always be best. From there, fresh or pre-made pie crusts will do the trick.

18. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Use up the rhubarb in your garden with this classic pie! It has a sweet and tart flavor profile that’s so delicious you’ll be hooked after just one bite! The strawberries bring out a sweeter flavor in the rhubarb and the color is light and bright. A great summer pie to enjoy outside on the porch.

19. Gooseberry Pie

A simple way to enjoy fresh summer flavor. Gooseberries are naturally tart making them delicious when added to a pie either on their own or with other berries. You’ll need to spend a minute removing the stems but the result is a simple, sweet, juicy pie that you’ll want second helpings of.

20. Blackberry Peach Pie

Two deliciously juicy fruits in one dessert. No matter if you make this fruit pie with frozen fruits or fresh, the flavor screams summertime. It has an all-butter bottom crust for maximum comfort and each bite is full of juicy flavor. The perfect dessert to curl up with.

21. Blueberry Sour Cream Pie

Light and flavorful the sweetness of blueberries is mixed into a custard filling that takes less than 5 minutes to whip up. Though it sounds heavy, the creamy, every so slightly sour filling comes out extremely light making this is tasty dessert. Made with fresh or frozen blueberries this pie can be enjoyed all year long.

22. Canned Peach Pie

If ever there was a way to make a fruit pie easier, it’s by using canned fruit! Baked to golden perfection and filled with sweet, juicy peaches, this is a pie recipe you’ll be dying to get a slice of. Canned peaches bring a great flavor to the pie and are easier to get ahold of in the cooler months. Indulge your pie craving any time of year with this one.

23. Gluten-Free Mixed Berry Pie

Your favorite pie flavor but with a gluten-free swap. It’s a homemade pie filled with sweet and refreshing flavor wrapped in a gluten-free crust. So deliciously juicy that your family won’t even notice the allergy-friendly swap. Use fresh berries from picking or frozen ones during colder months and whip up this pie recipe to delight everyone!

24. Elderberry Pie

Using fresh or dried elderberries you can whip up this delicious, old-fashioned pie in no time! Elderberry pie is a great way to use up berries if you have them on your property. They have a slightly sweet but not too sweet flavor making them perfect to pair with a sugar filling. Plus, the dark color of the pie is a comforting treat on any occasion.

25. Chai Spice Pear Pie

The best of both flavor worlds: warm comforting chai spice and indulgent caramelized pears. This pie recipe is easy to whip up and completely vegan. The crust has a hint of maple syrup in it to bring out the caramel flavor and the filling is loaded with warming chai spices. A great pie recipe for cooler months.

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25 Tasty Fruit Pie Recipes To Try: Maple Bourbon Peach Pie

By: Drizzle Me Skinny
Prep: 30 minutes
Cook: 30 minutes
Maple Bourbon Peach Pie on cooling rack in front of Big Green Egg Grill



Pie Crust

  • 1 Pie Crust, Homemade or Store Bought


  • 3 pounds ripe peaches , (about 6 peaches)
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1.5 tablespoons flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup maple sugar
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 3 tablespoons salted butter
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Streusel Topping

  • 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons flour
  • 2/3 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup salted butter
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 Pinch Cinnamon


Prepare the Pie Crust

  • Place your pie crust in your pie pan and gently press it into the pan. Fold the excess overhanging dough underneath the rim of the pan and trim if needed. Crimp the pie crust however you like, just ensure it's relatively even.
  • Refrigerate the pan with the crust for 30 minutes.

Prepare the Filling

  • Using Fresh Peaches is Optional. IF USING FRESH PEACHES:
  • Boil a large pot of clean water. b. Cut an "X" in the bottom of your peaches. 
  • Prepare an ice bath. 
  • Blanch your fruit for approximately 30 seconds and transfer it to the ice bath
  • Use your fingers to find the "X" you previously made and easily peel the skin from your peaches
  • Slice them into even sizes and place them in a large heatproof bowl.
  • IF USING FROZEN PEACHES: Toss the sliced peaches with 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and the vanilla extract
  • After peaches are prepared, Toss the sliced peaches with 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and the vanilla extract
  • Add cornstarch, flour, cinnamon, salt, and nutmeg to the peaches. Toss until each peach slice is well coated.

Prepare the Caramel:

  • In a heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium-high heat, combine sugar, maple syrup, lemon juice, bourbon, and water.
  • Swirl the pot to help the sugar dissolve over low heat. Once dissolved, cover the pot with its lid for about 1 minute to allow the caramel to steam and dissolve any crystallized sugar on the sides.
  • Once the caramel turns a warm amber color, remove it from the heat and add the butter. Gently swirl the pan until the butter melts into the sauce. Let it cool slightly
  • Pour the caramel mixture over the bowl of peaches and gently toss until the peaches are completely coated. Place them in the cooled pie shell and refrigerate again.

Preheat BGE

  • Set the BGE for indirect cooking with the convEGGtor at 400°F/204°C.
  • Ensure your pizza stone is preheated and placed away from the direct heat.
  • Prepare the Streusel Topping:
  • In the same saucepan used for the caramel, melt the stick of butter over low-medium heat. Stir often to prevent burning and wait for the milk solids to brown. Once golden brown, quickly remove it from the heat and set aside to cool.
  • In a bowl, whisk together flour, brown sugar, granulated sugar, salt, and a pinch of cinnamon until well combined. Slowly drizzle in the browned butter and mix with a spoon until crumbs begin to form. Spread the streusel out on a wide baking tray or pan and place it in the fridge to cool.

Cooking the Pie:

  • Place your pie on the pizza stone in the preheated BGE.
  • Cook at 400°F for 30 minutes.
  • After 30 minutes, sprinkle the chilled streusel on top of the pie.
  • Reduce the BGE temperature to 375°F and cook for an additional 25 minutes or until the streusel topping is golden brown, the caramel is caramelizing, and the crust seems well done.

Final Steps:

  • Remove the pie from the grill and allow it to chill for at least 4 hours before slicing.
  • Top with your favorite whipped cream or ice cream and enjoy!


Serving: 1slice of pieCalories: 619kcalCarbohydrates: 70.9gProtein: 3.9gFat: 35.2gSaturated Fat: 18.9gCholesterol: 73mgSodium: 444mgPotassium: 200mgFiber: 2gSugar: 47gCalcium: 37mgIron: 2mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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