Apple Pie

An apple pie recipe is a must for fall baking season and holiday gatherings, but you can enjoy apple pie year-round. Use our easy apple pie recipes, apple pie recipes with new flavor twists, and pie crust recipes to make a fruit dessert anytime you crave one.

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Deep-Dish Apple-Cranberry Pie
In the 1600s, pilgrims brought their favorite pie recipes to America and adapted them to work with ingredients that were available. Cranberries, fruits, and nuts went into pies like this one, with a sugary mixture spread over the top.
Maple Bourbon Apple Pie
Bourbon and maple syrup add layered fall flavors to this homemade pie recipe. Try it is a change-up from your usual apple pie at Thanksgiving.
Spiced Apple Tarte Tatin
Frozen puff pastry makes this accomplishing this delicious apple tarte tatin an easy task.
Apple-Almond Brave Betty
This spin on the classic Brown Betty gets a "brave" update from amaretti cookies and bourbon. A pie-size betty is traditional, but if you like, assemble the recipe in individual ovenproof ramekins.
Jumbo Apple-Walnut Streusel Muffins
Enjoy one of these giant fluffy muffins with a cup of coffee for the ultimate sweet fall breakfast treat.
Vanilla Apple Gratin
This sweet and creamy apple dessert comes with a built in drink pairing--whatever sparkling wine you added to the recipe.
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Fried Apple Hand Pies
Move aside, apple pie, because these fried hand pies are giving the traditional dessert a run for its money. There's no fork required, and you can load up your fried apple pie with as much powdered sugar icing as you want.
Pie in an Apple
You can leave your pie pan on the shelf for this recipe. Instead of peeling and chopping apples, scoop out the insides and cook with brown sugar and apple pie spice. Top each apple with pie crust and bake, and you've got the cutest mini apple pies ever.
Apple-Double Cherry Pie

Stir sweet and tart cherries into the apple pie filling for a nice mix of sweet and sour flavors, then add a dash of cayenne for a hint of (not spicy!) warmth.