Pecan Pumpkin PieBy Ginny's TeamSettle the age-old debate of pecan vs. pumpkin with this heavenly pecan pumpkin pie recipe. If you're lucky enough to have a pecan tree near your home, we recommend using fresh pecans for the top half of this pie. This is a perfect, low-stress dessert to have at Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone will be begging for this pecan pumpkin pie recipe!Perfect Apple PieBy Ginny's TeamWhen fall rolls around, we're always on the lookout for the perfect apple pie recipe. The best apple pies are just the right combination of sweet and tart, and should always be made with crisp, fresh September and October apples. We've waited all year for this perfect apple pie, and we're happy to report that this recipe does not disappoint. Lemon zest and cinnamon add a special zing to an otherwise classic recipe.Easy Skillet Apple PieBy Ginny's TeamWe love making apple pie with crunchy September apples, and this easy skillet apple pie recipe is one of our new favorites. Since it only uses one cast iron skillet, there's only one dish to clean. That means we can spend more time enjoying our delicious apple pie and less time cleaning up! If you're feeling ambitious, feel free to substitute or combine the Granny Smith and Braeburn apples with apples you've picked at a local orchard.Gram’s Quick and Easy Pie CrustBy Ginny's TeamInstead of getting a store-bought crust, try this quick and easy pie crust the next time you’re making your famous apple pie. It only has five ingredients, which are all probably already in your pantry or refrigerator—flour, sugar, salt, vegetable oil, and milk. Just mix the ingredients together and let it bake for fifteen minutes; we recommend mixing up the pie filling while the crust bakes for maximum efficiency! Another bonus? This quick and easy pie crust is delicious without any butter, which makes it a little more heart healthy.