Non-Fruit Pies: Irresistible Recipes for Fall Season

Pumpkin, apple, and sweet potato pies are all the rage during the fall season. But what about those of us who don’t like fruit pies? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered! This blog post will share delicious and irresistible non-fruit pies recipes to enjoy this autumn.

From savory chicken pot pies to sweet and creamy chocolate pies, we have something for everyone. So get your ovens ready, and let’s get baking!

chicken pot pie
Chicken pot pie. Credit: canva

What are non-fruit pies?

Non-fruit pies are pies that do not have any fruit in them. This can include savory pies like chicken pot pie or sweet pies like chocolate pie.

They are often made with seasonal ingredients like pumpkins, sweet potatoes, and apples. They are a popular dessert choice during the fall season.

Why should I make non-fruit pies?

They are an excellent option for those who do not like fruit pies or are looking for something different. They offer a variety of flavors and can be made with seasonal ingredients.

They are also a good option for those who have food allergies or restrictions.

  • Chicken pot pie is always a comfort food favorite. This recipe features a creamy chicken and vegetable filling encased in a flaky, buttery pie crust.
  • For those of you with a sweet tooth, this chocolate pie is sure to satisfy you. It has a rich, creamy filling made with dark chocolate, milk, and eggs. The pie crust is made with crushed Oreos, giving it a delicious chocolate flavor.
  • This pecan pie is perfect for those who love a good nutty flavor. The filling is made with dark corn syrup, brown sugar, eggs, and plenty of pecans. The pie crust is a flaky, buttery shortcrust pastry.


The ingredients for these desserts are flour, butter, sugar, and salt. You will also need an egg and a little bit of water.


Are you looking for some non-fruit pie recipes? Here are some great options!

  • Chocolate Pie: This rich and decadent chocolate pie will satisfy any sweet tooth! This pie is made with a chocolate cookie crust and topped with a creamy chocolate filling with chocolate shavings.
  • Peanut Butter Pie: A classic favorite, this peanut butter pie is sure to please! Made with a graham cracker crust, this pie is filled with a creamy peanut butter filling and topped with chopped peanuts.
  • Coconut Cream Pie: A tropical twist on the classic cream pie, this coconut cream pie is delicious! Made with a flaky pastry crust, this pie is filled with a coconut cream filling and topped with shredded coconut.


There are so many delicious toppings that you can add to your recipes!

Depending on the type of pie, you could top it with whipped cream, ice cream, nuts, chocolate sauce, or even marshmallows. Anything that sounds good to you can be a topping!

So get creative and have fun experimenting with different flavor combinations. Your taste buds will thank you!

Tips for making

  1. Start with a great crust recipe. My favorites are those that use butter or a combination of butter and lard. There’s just something about that flaky crust that makes all the difference.
  2. Don’t overfill your pie crust. You don’t want it to be so complete that the filling squishes out when you bake it, and you also don’t want it to be too thin and crispy. Somewhere in between is perfect.
  3. Use your favorite fillings! Just make sure they’re cooked before you put them in the crust. I love savory pies with chicken or beef filling, but feel free to experiment with different fruits or vegetables for the filling.

I hope these tips help you make the perfect non-fruit pie! Happy baking!