13 Best Pineapple Cream Cheese Pie Recipes To Try Today

When it comes to cream pies, there are just so many options for you to choose from.

From coconut cream to lemon or orange citrus, there is a massive range of different flavors for you to choose from when making your own.

It’s probably one of the reasons that it has become such a popular dish in the first place.

13 Best Pineapple Cream Cheese Pie Recipes To Try Today

However, this does somewhat present us with the issue of option paralysis. There are just so many different flavors out there to choose from, so how do you pick just one?

Well, that’s what we’re here to help with (hopefully)!

In this guide, we are going to take a closer look at some of the recipes that you can find for just one of these flavors of cream pie: The deliciously tropical pineapple cream pie, and other related recipes!

1. Creamy (Almost) No Bake Pie

Starting this list with a textbook example of how this dish is supposed to be made, we have this amazing recipe that is sure to give you a great idea as to what to expect when preparing this kind of dessert pie for you and others.

One of the things that you’ll notice almost immediately is just how many of these recipes require next to no baking on your part.

Many just require a little preparation for the crust, a little mixing for the filling, and a lot of time for the whole dessert to set in the refrigerator.

Even this recipe, which ostensibly is a pie recipe that asks for baking, only needs it for the crust, so that you get the perfect texture when biting into it!

There’s a reason that these desserts have been popular for over 30 years, after all!

2. Jim’s Pineapple Cheese Pie

Of course, one of the most appealing factors about no-bake recipes is that it often means that preparation is as simple or complex as you want to make it.

Take this pineapple pie recipe, for example.

With no baking required to make it, there is no special preparation needed for items like the crust.

This gives you the freedom to spend as much or little time as you want with this part of the recipe.

You can spend all the time you want creating the perfect crumbled crust, or simply use a store-bought ready crust.

And, of course, that’s not even mentioning the filling itself, which can be added to or altered to your tastes. Add a dash of vanilla extract, or a dash of condensed milk.

The choice is yours!

3. 5-Minute No Bake Pineapple Cream Pie

Again, when it comes to how much time it takes to make these recipes, many people are often put off trying them due to the ostensibly long time it takes to make them.

However, anyone who has looked at these recipes will know that 90 to 95 percent of these times are taken purely for the dessert to set in the fridge.

Preparing them? That takes next to no time at all.

This recipe is the perfect example of that idea, with the actual mixing and preparation taking no more than 5 minutes (10 minutes, if you’re feeling a little distracted)!

4. Pineapple Cream Cheese Pie

One of the most popular times that cream pies are made is often in and around springtime, particularly around Easter.

Something about the turning of the seasons, as the cold of winter is shrugged off, and summer is around the corner, just makes it the perfect time to divulge in these kinds of desserts.

This is what makes Pineapple cream pie so interesting.

Rather than a light springtime dessert, these pies are often best under the hot summer sun, where not only is the tropical pineapple flavor in the season but the cooling texture and sensation of this dessert helps keep the worst of the heat away in June, July, and August.

Don’t believe us? Well, then you’ll just have to try out this recipe for yourself when the weather turns hot, and see what we mean!

5. Pineapple Lemon Cream Cheese Cake

We’ve already mentioned how pineapple is the perfect flavor for a summer dessert.

However, there are plenty of fruits that often find themselves as part of summer sweet recipes, so it’s only a matter of time before pineapple collides with another fruit ingredient to work with.

And, for this recipe at least, that other fruity ingredient happens to be the humble lemon.

Pineapple and lemon both have traces of bitterness in their flavors, so it isn’t all that surprising that these two would go so well with each other.

If we had any extra notes for this recipe, we would recommend making sure that the whipped topping is nice and fluffy before putting it on your pie recipe. No one wants a soggy topping, after all!

6. Tropical Cream Pie

Tropical is the name of the game when it comes to recipes that pineapple is used.

So, you’d better believe that a bona fide tropical cream pie recipe is going to include some of this tangy fruit in it!

This recipe uses a healthy dolloping of coconut cream to help get the perfect flavor, which is a great ingredient to add that won’t overshadow the pineapple’s distinct taste.

7. Gluten-Free No-Bake Pineapple Cream Cheese Pie

One of the major issues with many pie desserts, at least for those it affects, is that many aren’t exactly the most gluten intolerant friendly.

Fortunately, pineapple cream pie is a flavor that doesn’t have to be part of that exclusionary group, thanks to recipes like this!

With no gluten in sight in the ingredients used here, this is a recipe that everyone can enjoy.

… Well, maybe except for the dairy intolerant. But we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it!

8. Pineapple Cream Cheese Dessert

Cream cheese is a versatile ingredient, isn’t it?

How can what just be a savory ingredient, cheese, be used in so many amazing sweet dessert recipes?

Well, while we don’t know the answer to that age-old conundrum, we certainly know that the results speak for themselves!

Make sure that you top off your pineapple pie with a few more crushed pieces of pineapple on that dessert of yours!

9. Pineapple Pie

Okay, time for something a little different for this guide.

Yes, technically this is not the cream pie that we have been covering so far in this list. And if you love that creamy texture, then it’s totally fine.

However, if you would prefer a pie recipe that was a little more tart-like in its execution, then this is the recipe for you.

10. No-Bake Pineapple Fluff Pie

Okay, with that little detour, we can return to the fluffy and creamy pineapple pies that you are all here for!

Like many of the other recipes that we have covered in this list, this recipe helps distinguish itself from others with the type of pie base that it instructs you to make.

Rather than a crumbly shortbread or biscuit-based crust, this one outlines the instructions for an amazing crust that utilizes graham crackers instead of the other options.

This provides an interesting balance of the slightly more savory base, combined with a sweet-as-ever filling that cream pies are known for.

11. Millionaire Pie

If this recipe list hasn’t already shown you, you’re probably starting to get a sense of the sheer scope when it comes to a good filling for a cream pie, even when primarily using pineapple as your flavor of choice.

However, nuts are also an incredibly popular ingredient to add to many pie recipes, as they balance out sweeter flavors with a more savory aftertaste.

Plus, depending on the time, variety and place, they’re also a relatively inexpensive extra to add to your ingredients list.

If you needed any more proof of that, simply check out this pineapple millionaire pie that uses the titular fruit, as well as a healthy amount of pecans too.

12. Pineapple Pie

Time for another classic pineapple pie recipe!

Once again, this one strays a little from the creamy variety that we have been covering so far in this guide.

However, the pineapple curd that this recipe uses still gives a creamy sensation when eaten.

Only this time, you’re getting a much stronger flavor than you otherwise might, with no whipped topping or vanilla flavoring for other flavors.

No extras, no distractions. Just you, and the tropical pineapple punchy flavor that you love about summer desserts!

13. Pineapple Cream Cheese Pie

To finish off this list, we’re returning to the classic take. Add your heavy cream, get some pineapples, and get started with this one!

Although, ‘some’ pineapple might be an understatement.

Between both the canned pineapples this recipe calls for, as well as the fresh pineapple for texture, there’s going to be little confusion as to what kind of pie this is for your guests!

Final Thoughts

So, now that you have a few recipe options for you, the only question you have now is: Which one will you make for yourself?

Mark Williams