Food that comes in an edible dish with and edible lid… Pie has got to be the tastiest thing to come out of Ancient Egypt!

Whether you prefer a biscuit type crust and sweet fruity filling or are partial to a flaky hand pie, Pie Day is a day worth celebrating.

What better way to celebrate pie day than to bake and eat, lots and lots of pie?

We have a very long list of favourites for every occasion and every taste, but we’ve gone through the painstaking task of narrowing it down to our top 5 pies for #PieDay which is celebrated on 23 January.

What’s your favourite?

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Greek chicken pie

The flaky crust, rustic appearance and a mouth full of flavour with every bite. This is a great family dinner or a lazy weekend lunch to share.
Serve warm for the full experience.

The Best Chicken Pie in Greece recipe

 

Old fashion peach pie

Gone are the days when a peach pie was a seasonal treat with canned peaches aplenty you can have one whenever you like.
This is a great dessert to bring with you to a dinner party. Served with vanilla ice-cream.

Old Fashioned Peach Pie recipe

 

Smoked Fish, Feta and Phyllo Pastry Pie

Cape Town inspired recipe for Smoked Fish and Feta Phyllo Pastry Pie! You can use smoked snoek, angelfish, mackerel, haddock or a combination of smoked fish for this recipe.

Smoked Fish, Feta and Phyllo Pastry Pie recipe

 

Mini Chocolate Pecan Pies

American-inspired recipe for Mini Chocolate Pecan Pies is a great sweet treat. Unlike traditional pies, these pies are topless with a filling pilled on. Think of them as the mini convertibles of pies.

Mini Chocolate Pecan Pies recipe

 

Chakalaka Mince & Potato Crust Pie

A lip-smacking South African take on a traditional British dinner.  Not a pie in the traditional sense it has neither a crust nor any type of pastry.

Chakalaka Mince & Potato Crust Pie recipe