10 Pie Plates We Want to Get Our Hands On
It's always time for a tasty slice of homemade pie! Let us help find the best pie plate for your signature bake.
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Any pie will shine in a classic Emile Henry stoneware pie dish, especially in this brilliant shade of cherry red. Plus, crusts bake up crisp and flaky (perfect for this blueberry pie recipe), and the dish can withstand high temperatures for broiling meringues or browning savory dishes.
Sweese knows a thing or two about perfect pies! Their pie plate features an extra-wide fluted edge—which makes it easy to put a dramatic, decorative edge on your pie crusts. This lip also makes the dish easy to pull from the oven and gives extra support to mile-high pies.
Cast iron conducts heat nicely. For your pie, this means a beautifully browned crust with no soggy bottom! (See what Paul Hollywood means by “soggy bottom.”) This cast-iron pie pan comes preseasoned and ready to use in your home or outdoor oven.
Over 400 5-star reviews tell us that this ubiquitous glass pie plate is the go-to for home pie bakers. These economical Pyrex dishes can go anywhere—fridge, freezer, oven, microwave, dishwasher. They have a cute, scalloped edge, allow you to bake up a lovely pie and they last forever. Sold!
Tested and approved by the Taste of Home Test Kitchen, this pie plate is sturdy enough for everyday use yet pretty enough for special occasions. Plus, this plate was designed with superior heat retention so your chicken potpie stays warm all throughout dinner.
Bring some country charm to your pie with this dish! The stoneware pie plate from the Pioneer Woman is versatile and durable, and best of all, it looks great on the table thanks to the pretty florals inside and out.
It’s the perfect dish for the pie baker/mathematician in your life. Celebrate Pi Day on March 14th with this fun pie plate that has the first 100 numerals of pi running around the rim. The symbol for pi is revealed as each slice is eaten.