10 Pie Pans Almost as Pretty as Your Actual Pie
If you’re going to go through the trouble of baking your Thanksgiving pie from scratch, then you might as well bake it — and serve it — in something that will get noticed. It’s not like you want to put out some disposable aluminum pan and run the risk of someone thinking it’s a store-bought treat (could you even?!).
Pick up one of these adorable pie pans and your guests will take notice.
- Staub Ceramic Pie Dish, $30: Perfect for the clumsy and butter-fingered, this option by Staub has two handles, so you can get a good grip when pulling it out of the oven.
- Hidden Quote Pie Plate, $30 at Food52: We’ve never agreed with a pie pan more than we agree with this one. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!
- Covered Pumpkin Pie Dish, $25 at Crate & Barrel: This stoneware pie dish can help with any big table-side reveal you’re planning. The pumpkin’s stem acts as a handle for extra convenience.
- Stoneware Pie Dish, $25 at Kaufmann Mercantile: For a crispy crust, try this clay dish. The porous material is said to draw out excess moisture as the dough bakes.
- Easy Grab Atlantic Blue Pie Plate, $9: Tried-and-true Pyrex? In blue? Sold!
- Mason Cash Varsity Pie Dish, $24: If you’re a Downton Abbey fan, you need this pie pan. It’s by Mason Cash, the company that made the mixing bowls used in the kitchen by Daisy and Mrs. Patmore. It’s true! Be sure to share this fun fact with your guests as they stuff their faces.
- Marble Enamelware Round Pie Pan, $17: This speckled beauty is made of enamelware, which means it can even be used on the grill or over a campfire if you’re having more of an outdoor festivity.
- Heritage Pie Dish, $50: Sure, this is the splurgiest option here, but the expense might be worth it to you if you’ve already got a kitchen stocked with one or two Le Creusets. This pricey guy comes in the classic colors.
- Sweet Nothings Pie Dish, $20: For all you preppy pie-makers out there, this Kate Spade New York pan is about as dapper as it gets. The raised letters in the middle say “Sweet Nothings.”
- Small Pie Dish, $18 at Emile Henry: Sure, this little pie dish is only 5.5 inches across, but that means you don’t have to share whatever you bake in it.