In this post, I will show you how to draw a cute pumpkin pie. This is a very easy tutorial that anyone can follow.

How to draw a pumpkin pie

In this post, I’m going to teach you how to draw a pumpkin pie, step by step.

It’s a cute kawaii drawing that anyone can make.

It’s very easy to draw, and you can draw it in less than 5 minutes if you follow this tutorial step by step.

You can check out all my other kawaii and cute drawing tutorials here.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a kid or an adult, I will break down how to draw a pumpkin pie with a cute face and cream using basic shapes, and I’ll even show you how to color it easily, so you get something like this:

Add blush spots to the pumpkin pie drawing and you'll have finished learning how to draw a cute pumpkin pie!

You can use this tutorial to draw a cute pumpkin pie for thanksgiving! It makes a great drawing for kids too.

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Please note that I usually use an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil to create all my illustrations. I use the Procreate app, and I find it super easy to use. You can see this course if you want to learn how to use Procreate.

But you can use any tool – pencils and paper or Copic markers or Photoshop because the drawing method remains the same.

Let’s dive in!

How to draw a cute Pumpkin Pie – Easy Step by step Tutorial

We will break it down into simple shapes so you can draw the pumpkin pie easily, okay?

I’m going to start with the pumpkin pie filling first.

Let’s draw a simple rectangle shape first. Make sure that the rectangle is slightly skewed (tilted) so that the pumpkin pie slice looks more realistic.

Draw a rectangle.

Next, draw a simple L shape underneath the rectangle. Make sure the corner is curved.

This is going to be our pie crust, so we need to make sure it fits in nicely with our pumpkin pie filling.

Draw an L shape underneath the rectangle for the pie crust.

Easy, right?

Please note that I am drawing this pumpkin pie in a cartoon style.

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Next, draw a small protruding shape on top of the L.

This is going to be the edge of the pumpkin pie crust.

Add a small bulge above the L shape

Now, it’s time to complete the pumpkin pie slice. Draw another line at an angle to the rectangle and a curve – similar to a triangle with a curved base.

Draw a triangular shape above the rectangle to indicate the pumpkin pie slice.

Now, finish drawing the pie crust by adding jumpy lines on top of the crust like so:

Draw the edge of the crust.

I want to make the pumpkin pie slice look more realistic, so I’m going to erase the bottom line of pumpkin pie filling.

Erase the bottom part of the pumpkin pie

And then draw jagged lines along the bottom instead, just to make it look like the filling is sitting nicely inside the crust.

Draw jagged lines to indicate the pumpkin pie filling

The pumpkin pie slice is complete.

But what good is pie without some whipped cream on top?

To draw the cream, simply draw a squiggle on the top – this is the first layer of the cream.

Draw the whipped cream on top of the pie

Now, draw a larger circular bottom to complete the cream topping.

Draw the rest of the whipped cream.

You can end the pumpkin pie drawing here or add a small cute face. I like drawing kawaii food, so I’m going to add 2 eyes and a mouth to my pumpkin pie slice.

Skip this if you want your pie to have a face.

Draw a cute kawaii face on the pumpkin pie

Now, it’s time to color the pie!

How to color the pumpkin pie

Remember to clean up the lines by erasing all the overlapping lines before you start coloring the pumpkin pie.

Pumpkins are orange, but this is cooked pie, so use a darker orange when coloring the pie. The top part of the pie is even darker since the oven has heated it well.

Color the pumpkin pie slice orange

The crust is biscuity so color it with a darker cream or beige color.

Color the crust of the pumpkin pie

Now, to color the cream, use a light cream color close to white.

Color the cream on top of the pie

And your pie is done, but if you want to make the face cuter, just add 2 blush spots under the eyes of the pumpkin pie slice.

I like doing this because it makes the food cuter!

Add blush spots to the pumpkin pie drawing and you'll have finished learning how to draw a cute pumpkin pie!
Draw kawaii characters and make stickers!

And we’re done!

We just finished learning how to draw a cute pumpkin pie!

Conclusion of how to draw pumpkin pie + Drawing Resources

I hope this tutorial was really helpful to you, and you were able to learn how to draw a cute pumpkin pie.

Keep drawing food till you feel comfortable drawing it.

Drawing food in a cute cartoon style is easy once you break them down into simple shapes, as you can see from this post.

If you’re interested in drawing more cute food, take a look at this book, please!

If you want to see more tutorials on drawing kawaii animals and kawaii things, please leave a comment below on what you’d like to see next!

I will be adding more kawaii drawing tutorials (animals, plants, food, and more) to this blog, so keep a lookout!

In the meantime, check out these really nice books that teach you how to draw cute food!

If you are interested in drawing things in a cute style, I highly recommend you check out this course that teaches you how to draw cute, kawaii things!

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The course breaks down how to draw cute characters or animals on 2 or 4 legs.

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And if you are keen on improving your drawings or you want to create cute kawaii animals and kawaii people, check out this other amazing course by Sara.

Sara teaches you to draw anything in a nice kawaii style – animals and people.

I really love these kinds of courses because they’re so easy to learn, and it’s very easy to get clients because this is a relatable drawing style.

It is in Italian, but it comes with subtitles, and it’s really easy to follow.

Check it out here!

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