8 Pie Pans That Will Rival the Beauty of Your Pie

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You don't want to go through all the effort of baking a beautiful pie from scratch, only to serve it in a disposable tin foil pan from the grocery store a pretty pie deserves an equally pretty vessel to display it! 

Pecan, pumpkin, coconut cream, apple, cherry or sweet potato pie it doesn't matter what you bake, scooping a slice out of a lovely pan makes indulging in your favorite sweet treats that much more enjoyable. 

Bake, serve and store your favorite pies in one of these beautiful pans that will rival the actual pie itself! 

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(Photo: Food52)

Quotable Pan
The only way to make pie better is by using pie plates with hidden quotes, like this hand-stamped version instructing us all to “eat more pie.”

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(Photo: Anthropologie)

French-Inspired
Beautiful opaque stoneware, perfect for the Francophile, is embellished with whimsical art, filling dessert time with vibrant, playful vibes.

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(Photo: Crate & Barrel)

Pumpkin Pie
You don’t have to bake only pumpkin pie in this precious little pumpkin pie pan, but it would be really cute if you did.

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(Photo: Houzz)

Marble
This pan may look pretty and delicate, with its blue on white marble finish, but it’s made from high quality carbon steel and is oven, freezer and dishwasher safe.

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(Photo: Etsy / @taniajulianceramics )

Home Sweet Home
“Home is where I want to be, but I guess I’m already there” — we couldn’t have said it better than this white stoneware pan with rustic stamped letter detail.

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(Photo: Bed Bath & Beyond )

Celeb Status
Impress your guests with this fun fact: Mason Cash is the name of the company that made the mixing bowls the actors used in the kitchen scenes on the wildly popular TV show Downton Abbey.

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(Photo: Rodale's)

Sweetly Scalloped
Dainty, feminine edges adorn your sweet treats as they go from the oven to the table in this elegant, pretty pan.

Hayley Simmons |

Hayley Simmons is a twenty-something writer, wife and new mama to her baby girl, Scout. A native Texan turned Nashvillian, she spends her time experimenting with healthy recipes -- then forcing her husband to eat them, finding new ways to not hate the gym and shopping for (an absurd amount of) baby clothes.