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Winter is here, and we’re settling in for a good few months of crackling fireplaces, fuzzy socks and a warm, buttery pie baking in the oven. But, much as we love the standard round pie, why settle for something that cuts into eight slices, when you can make one that serves 18? When we’re baking for a crowd (or just trying to see exactly how far our winter sweatpants will stretch), we turn to slab pies, baked in a sheet pan for max surface area. Here are 30 of our favorites.
Who said apple pie had to be in a circle?
Basically a fancy candy bar.
Just look at that swirl…
Meyer lemons give this an extra touch of sweetness.
Use a store-bought crust, and this comes together in 20 minutes.
The custard filling is lemony, with a whisper of nutmeg.
Serve with a big bowl of fresh whipped cream.
Hey folks, pies aren’t just for dessert.
Sweet and gooey, as any good pecan pie should be.
You had us at sugar cookie crust…
Why go camping in the cold when you can have the best part in your cozy kitchen?
If you’ve never had strawberries and balsamic vinegar together, trust us.
A match made in flavor heaven.
A bag of frozen peaches and you’re on a porch in the middle of summer.
This double-crusted, glazed pie bakes up thin, like the world’s biggest Pop-Tart.
Because sometimes your dessert needs a little bit of a boozy kick.
Like a chicken potpie….but with a layer of melty Brie.
Two layers of chocolate, plus pecans, caramel and whipped cream? Sign us up.
Cherries get soaked in cola before they’re baked into this buttery crust. (Don’t tell your dentist.)
Best with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
A perfect make-ahead for brunch guests.
This oatmeal streusel topping is so much easier than rolling out another crust.
For when you just can’t decide which pie to make…
Tart cranberries and sweet cherries are a perfect pair.
The genius hybrid of a quiche and a pizza—two of our favorite things.
For the end of winter, when pears are still good, and rhubarbs are just starting to pop up in your farmers’ market.
Basically a giant, warm, chocolate chip cookie. Have plenty of milk on hand.
Everything is better with a caramel drizzle on top.
This gingerbread cookie crust is our new go-to for holiday baking.
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