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20 Pie Cookies for Thanksgiving | I’m Lovin’ It


There is nothing better than pie after Thanksgiving dinner.

But cookies that look like pie or taste like your favorite pie would be a great addition to the holiday dessert table!  I just might be the best way to have more than just one slice of pie! 😉

When it comes to pie, some people think outside the box and make cookies!  I have round up 20 cookie recipes that could easily replace traditional pie!

20 Pie Cookies for Thanksgiving

From pie crust cookies, to teeny tiny pies, pie filled cookies, to sugar cookies that LOOK like pie or taste like pie!  You can carry these pies in one hand!!


20 Pie Cookies to make for Thanksgiving! at TidyMom.net


Pie Cookies from Crazy for Crust

Pie Crust Cookies from Baked Perfection

Raspberry Pie Filled Star Cookies from TidyMom

Pie Cookies from Ali Bee’s Bakeshop

Apple Pie Cookies from Smitten Kitchen

Blueberry Pie Cookies from Building Buttercream

Apple Pie Cookies from One Creative Housewife

Pumpkin Pie Cookies from Meaghan Mountford at Celebrations

Lattice Pie Cookies from Sweet Explorations

Apple Pie Cookies from May Squared

Pecan Pie Cookies from Rose Bakes

Pie Dough Lattice cookies from Not Martha

Lemonade Pie Cookies from Pillsbury

Pumpkin Pie Cookies from Horses and Heels

Toffee Apple Pie Cookies from Inside BreuCrew Life

Pumpkin Pie Cookies from Bakers Royale

Lemon Pie Cookie from My Crowded Kitchen

Pumpkin Pie Slice Sugar Cookies from Created by Diane

Key Lime Pie Cookies from a Cozy Kitchen

Pumpkin Pie Slice decorated cookie from Sweet Sugar Belle


What’s YOUR favorite kind of pie?


Need cookie baking supplies?



Holiday Cookie Baking Tips

How to Freeze Cookies


I’ve had pie on the brain lately.  Love the pie is next week,  I hope you’re getting your pies ready to link up!!

In case you need help with pie crust, Shaina shared how to make a great shortening pie crust and how to make the perfect butter pie crust.


** Please note: I will not be hosting I’m Lovin’ It on:

  • Nov 17, 2011 because I will be hosting Love the Pie that week
  • Nov 24, 2011 to enjoy Thanksgiving with my family


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A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. Thanks for hosting 🙂

  2. Yum those cookies look so good!

  3. I have never heard of pie cookies. I will have to try them. I am really looking forward to your pie party next week. I am still sifting through recipes. Thanks for hosting the party!

  4. Thanks so much for hosting! Love the look of the leaf pie cookies. Have a great weekend!
    Jenn 🙂

  5. Ooh, those mini pies are too cute!! I would probably eat a couple dozen…

  6. Thank you for hosting! I love all of the ideas for pie scraps. Whenever I made pies with my grandma when I was little, my favorite part was making mini cinnamon rolls out of the left over pieces 🙂

  7. Thank you for hosting!
    What lovely pies and clever cookies!

  8. Those little pie crust cookies are amazing but my favorite is my buddy Meaghan’s cookies for sure!! thanks for hosting – great ideas everywhere!!

  9. I love your left over pie crust ideas. Yes, they are the best part! 🙂 Thanks for hosting another week of I’m Lovin’ It. 🙂 Have a Happy Friday.

  10. SO cool!! I now want to make gluten-free pie cookies!

  11. My husband is the biggest eater in the world LOL I will have to spend lots of time combing your blog I’m sure if he knew I was visitng a food blog he’s be leaping for joy right now LOL

  12. Thanks for sharing my pie cookies!

  13. Those pie cookie ideas are so adorable! Would be perfect for a school Thanksgiving Party!

    Rachel @ Simple Girl and First Grade Room Mom 🙂

  14. Hi! Newly following and my first time linking up with ‘I’m Lovin’ It!’ too! Thanks so much for hosting!

    ~Mrs B

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  16. What beautiful pie cookies – those lattice ones are perfection. Guess I need to kick it into gear, because I usually just cut them into random triangles!

  17. Love your website! I’m so excited to participate in the pie-baking. Can’t wait!

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  20. Thanks Cheryl for hosting! I can’t wait for pie week! I’m needing some inspiration!

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  22. Loving all the wonderful uses for the leftover pie crust dough! Looking forward to the pie party next week.

  23. Love the mini pies and cookies!

  24. What fantastic inspiration! I love every single thing but those pie lattice cookie cup covers? *darling*

  25. Hi Cheryl,

    I have tried to get a thumbnail up 6 times for #203. The hyperlink works fine. Is there anyway you can help me? It’s working fine on other blogs and my Fruited Irish Oatmeal posted great on your site earlier today. Thanks for having all of us over…looking forward to the pie next week!

  26. Wow, those pie lattice cookies are awesome! So creative.

  27. Those pie cookies and the lattice top for the cider are fantastic ideas! I’m linking up my crockpot apple & cranberry sauce.

  28. I’m lovin’ this post! I actually just did a post last week on pie crust cookies! Yummm!!


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  30. Those are all so cute! I love Meaghan’s “pies.” 😉

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  34. I love the little pumpkin pie ones!

  35. How cute! I absolutely love these! Now….if I just had the patience to make them 😉

  36. such a fun post! i love all those ideas.

  37. Those pie cookies are seriously so adorable! I could just stare at them all day…;)

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