10 Fall Pie Crust Designs

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Happy fall y’all! Pie season is officially here. (I personally think it’s pie season, year round…but that’s just me).

If you’re anything like me, you have a lot of pie in your future. Between apple picking, Friendsgiving, and Thanksgiving—your oven is about to be in overdrive.

Which means you need insta-worthy pie crust ideas…naturally. Take a peak at a few of my favorite autumn inspired pie crusts. Hap-pie baking.

For these fun crust designs, you’ll find a few tools very handy:

Fall Banner

Throw some leaves and pumpkins on your pie and top it with an adorable fall banner.

via @acarriedaffairdesigns

Don’t Stop Be-leaf-in’

No such thing as too many leaves. All you need is a bit of patience and a lot of pie crust dough.

via @allspiceblog

Watercolored Fall Leaves

Use a bit of watercoloring (aka food coloring) to add fall colors to your pie crust.

via @mariesaba

Hap-pie Thankgiving

Puns on pie are always a good idea. Letter cutouts are essential, unless you have the hands of a surgeon.

via @allspiceblog

Pumpkin Toppers

Pumpkin pie may not have a top crust, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a few embellishments. I love these with leaves, pumpkins, and cranberry decorations.

via @fortyninefigs

via @allspiceblog

via Sally’s Baking Addiction 

Mini Fall Pies

Make your mini pies even more adorable with a big leaf and a tiny braid.

via @jojoromancer

Hope you feel inspired! There’s more where that came from. Follow @allspiceblog on instagram for all the essential pie tips and inspiration this pie season.


Published by Alex

Food-loving, adventure-seeking, pun-enthusiast

6 thoughts on “10 Fall Pie Crust Designs

  1. Josette@thebrookcook – I live in Stony Brook, New York on Long Island. I love garlic and baking. My hobby (and love) is to try new recipes. My favorite recipe resources include The New York Times, Food and Wine, Bon Appetit, and Martha Stewart Living. Enjoy!
    Josette@thebrookcook says:

    Absolutely GORGEOUS!!

    1. Hi Savannah! I usually freeze the leaves for 5 minutes or so before I add them to the pie. I find that helps them preserve their shape when baking. I also like to brush them with an egg wash when the pie is almost done cooking to give the leaves that nice golden brown look. (Similar to how you brush a lattice crust topping with an egg wash!) Good luck!

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