12 Pie Plates That’ll Make You Want to Bake

It's always time for a tasty slice of homemade pie! Let us help find the pie plates for your signature bake.

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Emile Henry Pie Plates
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Emile Henry Ceramic Pie Dish

Any pie will shine in a classic Emile Henry stoneware pie dish, especially in a 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.

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Taste of Home Stoneware Pie Plate

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.

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Le Creuset Apple Pie Dish

If your specialty is apple pie, click “add to cart” on this Le Creuset apple pie dish. This pie dish is gorgeous and can stand up to decades of wear—it’s why we love Le Creuset so much!

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Williams Sonoma Goldtouch Pro Nonstick Pie Dish

When making a list of pie-making essentials, don’t forget the basics like these nonstick metal pie dishes from Williams-Sonoma. These pans evenly distribute heat for crisp pie crust. And when that last slice of pecan pie is devoured, you can pop these pie dishes right into the dishwasher for easy cleanup.

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Pottery Barn Handcrafted Ceramic Pie Dish

If you like kitchenware that feels handmade, check out this ceramic pie dish from Pottery Barn. Handcrafted by artisans in Hungary, these oversized dishes (available in 12″ and 14″ diameters) are perfect for generously sized pies, quiches and more. And don’t think you need to fuss over this handcrafted dish—it’s dishwasher and microwave safe!

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Porcelain Baking Slab

Know a baker that has just about everything? Maybe you’re that baker! Well, we bet this porcelain baking slab is all-new to you. Developed by chef Nancy Silverton, this baking pan is just right for slab pies. With a nonstick surface and gorgeous appearance, it’s a joy to slice and serve from this pan.

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The Pioneer Woman Vintage Floral Pie Plate

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.

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Pyrex Easy-Grab Glass Plate

Over 6,000 five-star ratings 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!

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Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Pie Pan with Grips

We love a good cast-iron pie. These pies are rustic and always delicious. But if you’re concerned that all that seasoning from your go-to savory dishes will interfere with the delicate sweetness of your pies, you can invest in a cast-iron pie pan from Lodge—one of the biggest names in cast iron.

Treat this pan just like your skillet, but take comfort in knowing it’s just for sweets. And when it’s time to take your pie out of the oven, you can grip it easily with the silicone handles.

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Great Jones Sweetie Pie Pan
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Great Jones Sweetie Pie

Great Jones is known for its bold-hued cookware and baking sheets. But if you love big colors, you don’t need to stop with their five-star sheet pans; you can also get a ceramic pie dish with stunning pops of color—mustard, blueberry, marinara or broccoli. These dishes are deep, too, so you can fit in more of that filling you love.

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Mini Pie Pans

Don’t settle for boring disposable aluminum pans when baking up miniature pies. Try these ceramic mini pie plates complete with multicolored ruffled trim.

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KitchenAid Stoneware Pie Plate

Want to add a bit of vintage flair to your favorite retro pie recipes? Try this KitchenAid pie plate in a perfectly old-school hue. And if you need a bit more old-fashioned baking inspiration, try these vintage-inspired cookbooks.

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Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is a former Taste of Home editor and passionate baker. During her tenure, she poured her love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. Lisa also dedicated her career here to finding and testing the best ingredients, kitchen gear and home products for our Test Kitchen-Preferred program. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.
Nancy Mock
Nancy has shared her home cooking and baked goods with loved ones her entire life. Taking inspiration from her northeastern roots and Irish heritage, she shares her comfort food recipes on her site Hungry Enough to Eat Six. An expert in New England cuisine, Nancy enjoys delving into food history, viral recipes and regional dishes. Since becoming a Taste of Home contributor, she’s written about Fluffernutter sandwiches (a New England classic), re-created vintage Betty Crocker recipes, shared how to make “marry me chicken” and much more. When she’s not whipping up developing new recipes or testing cooking techniques, she loves finding vintage cookbooks from the last century to add to her growing collection.