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Whether you’re baking a pie packed with holiday-appropriate pumpkin or pecans, flavored with year-round favorite chocolate, or bursting with summer fruit—or making a savory pie for that matter—you’re going to need some kind of pie plate for the job. If it’s a pretty dish as well as functional, all the better. Here are some of our favorite pie plates available online right now, just in time for Pi Day.

The Pioneer Woman Vintage Floral 9-Inch Pie Plate, $31.48 on Amazon

Pioneer Woman floral pie dish

The Pioneer Woman/Walmart

This may be one of the most charming pie plates we’ve ever seen, and definitely too pretty to put away in the cupboard in between baking sessions.Buy Now

Anchor Hocking Laurel 9.5-Inch Rosewater Glass Pie Plate, $7.99 at Target

pink glass pie plate

Anchor Hocking/Target

This pale pink glass pie plate is more understated yet just as lovely in its quiet, blushing way.Buy Now

Le Creuset Apple Pie Dish, $39.96 at Sur la Table

apple pie dish

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While this adorable Le Creuset pie dish is clearly best suited to apple pies, you could use it for lots else (at the risk of confusing your guests, maybe, but that’s a small price to pay for apple lovers).Buy Now

Emile Henry Modern Classics 9-Inch Ceramic Pie Dish, $39.95 on Amazon

Emile Henry pie plate

Emile Henry/Amazon

Classic good looks meet French craftsmanship in this sturdy ceramic pie plate with a subtle ruffled edge, available in blue, yellow, red, green, or white.Buy Now

Rose Levy Berenbaum’s Perfect Pie Plate, $19.76 on Amazon

Rose Levy Berenbaum pie plate


Rose Levy Berenbaum has written several baking bibles, including “The Pie and Pastry Bible,” so her pie plate ought to turn out great examples of the form. The deep ruffles make us want to try using it to make Sister Pie’s Salted Maple Pie recipe.Buy Now

Mud Pie Circa Pie Plate and Server, $42.74 on Amazon

pie plate and server set

Mud Pie/Amazon

If you believe, as this clean white plate proclaims, that “Pie fixes everything,” then you’ll be delighted to own this simple dish, especially since it comes with a silver pie server (a good deal “any way you slice it”)!Buy Now

Pyrex Watercolor Collection Blue Lagoon 9.5-Inch Pie Plate, $19.97 on Amazon

Pyrex watercolor pie plate blue


A gorgeous watery blue swirl marks this glass pie plate as something special. We can see it holding summery desserts like the classic Key lime pie or a light and fluffy coconut cream.Buy Now

The Pioneer Woman 9-Inch Blue Stoneware Pie Dish, $34.99 on Amazon

Pioneer Woman blue flower pie plate

The Pioneer Woman/Amazon

There aren’t many of these blue folk art flower pie plates left in stock, and it’s plain to see why. Whether you’re a fan of The Pioneer Woman or not, this is a beautiful piece of baking equipment.Buy Now

Highland Collection 10-Inch Plaid Pie Plate, $32.99 at Walmart

plaid pie dish


For “Outlander” fans, those keen on showing their Scottish ancestry, or any bakers who still miss ’90s flannel, this plaid pie plate is pretty great, and will be right at home on a holiday table next winter too.Buy Now

USA Pan Bakeware Aluminized Steel 9-Inch Pie Pan, $13.99 on Amazon

bakery style aluminum pie plate

USA Pan/Amazon

This one may not be as much of a looker as others, but it is a proper bakery-style aluminum pan, and it’s affordable—which is great if you want to bake a lot of pies at once (like Chowhound TorontoJo and friends).Buy Now

The Pi Dish, $24.99 and up on Amazon

pi pie dish


Pi Day may come only once a year, but you can geek out with this pie dish all year long.Buy Now

Be sure to check out some pies you can bake in them too.

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