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We’re all about creating a fancy lattice pie for a dinner party with a few friends. But to feed a crowd—and stay sane while doing it—try this easy recipe for cherry slab pie by Erin McDowell, author of The Fearless Baker.
Assemble the homemade dough and juicy cherry filling on a rimmed baking sheet instead of the standard round pie plate and you’ll have a scrumptious 13-by-9-inch fruit-filled pastry to slice and serve any way you like. (Hint: Whipped cream is always a winner.)
“People are so afraid of slicing pie, but there’s no wrong way to slice this one,” McDowell tells us. “You can easily cut slivers or slabs, whatever portion your guests want.”
We’ll take a slab, please. Actually, make that two.
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