This cinnamon-spiced apple pie is crowned with a crumb topping, crunchy pecans, and a drizzle of gooey caramel sauce.
Cinnamon-spiced apples sprinkled with cheddar cheese crumb topping are tucked into buttery pastry.
This crowd-pleaser combines tart apples and sweet pears with a buttery praline topping.
Thick caramelized wedges of Honeycrisp apples top this beautiful custard pie made with aromatic browned butter.
With a delicious sugar-coated oat pastry topper and a hearty drizzle of homemade salted caramel sauce, this apple pie recipe is worth the effort and good to the last bite.
You can skip the peeling and slicing with this recipe -- these yummy fruit pies use dry fruit instead of fresh.
A decadent topping of mascarpone cheese, sugar, amaretto, and whipping cream is a mouthwatering alternative to ice cream. A layer of finely crushed oat-and-honey granola bars underneath adds delicious crunch to every bite.
Inspired by Dutch Apple Pie, this scrumptious dessert boasts 10 cups of tart apples and a rich crumbly topping.
These tiny tartlets are filled with a buttery blend of apples, toffee pieces, and brown sugar.
A sweetened cream cheese mixture underneath the apples gives this simple pie the sumptuous flavor of a Danish pastry.
Two traditional fall fruits come together in this cozy, piled-high pie recipe from pastry chef Alan Carter.
For an aromatic spin on Mom's classic apple pie, try this luscious recipe. A rosemary-flecked sugar syrup adds just the right sweetness to tart Granny Smith apples.
Four pounds of apples go into our towering pie -- but you don't have to peel a single one. Just slice the fruit and pile it up. Oats baked into the flour crust add a rustic touch, while warm caramel sauce drizzled on top provides extra sweetness.
Double-apple bread pudding fills a pie topped off with streusel. For a bit of crunch, mix in chopped walnuts, pecans, or almonds.
Refrigerated dough makes these apple pops easy as pie. The adorable desserts stuff all the flavor of apple pie into an easy-to-eat treat.
We've put a lighter spin on this variation of apple pie by using nonfat sour cream in the filling and whole wheat flour in the crust.
No need for a proper pie dish: You can make this low-fuss dessert on a basic cookie sheet. Simply fold the crust over the edge of the fruit.
Dried cranberries or cherries add a tart twist to this classic apple pie. To bring in other harvest flavors, add snipped dried apricots or figs to your filling.
A crunchy cheddar topping pairs beautifully with tart fruit; try Granny Smith or Rome Beauty apples.
Savor the flavors of fall in this multilayer dessert of dried cranberries, fresh Fuji or Granny Smith apples, and ground nutmeg.