These apple pie recipes are full of twists on the classic favorite.
The cool crisp air of autumn is a sweet and gentle reprieve from the sweltering heat and juicy, juicy humidity of summer.
Yeah, okay – you can tell which season is my favorite. But what’s not to love? Now is the time of big comfy sweaters, nice long runs without getting super sweaty and all the pumpkin pie spice everything you’ve ever wanted!
Now is the time for ALL of the apples to be making an appearance in your local grocery. We’re talking galas, jonagolds, honeycrisps and braeburns - just to name a few. Apples are just dandy raw, but know what increases their power to the next level? Apple Pie Formation. Here’s a list of some incredible apple pie recipes in some interesting shapes, sized just right to please your palate!
Look at this apple pie in an apple! That’s pretty meta, and extra delicious!
I don’t think you should be restricted to having these delicious apple pie French toasts for breakfast. You’re grown – you can do what you want! French toast for dinner is completely within the realm of possibility.
Never before have Pillsbury refrigerated piecrust been deployed in such a scrumptious manner.
Granny Smith apples conspire to have their way with succulent and savory bacon bits. Naughty!
Pillsbury pie crusts, caramel sauce and apple pie filling are the heavy hitters for this delectable recipe. Just look at those little round gems of yum!
Cream cheese, caramel and warm, sweet apples make some decadent dessert bars. I hope you’re ready.
This is no trifling affair – it’s a bright and delicious way to satisfy your sweet tooth with minimal guilt. You just need a Fiber One 90 calorie cinnamon coffee cake bar, Yoplait Greek 100 apple pie yogurt diced apples and chopped walnuts to make this cute little treat.
This is probably the best way to drink your apples. Applejack makes those unassuming apples deliciously boozy!
This is the most fancible bowl of oatmeal I have ever laid eye upon. Its appearance pleases the eye and the taste will please the palate!
These ooey-gooey, rich and decadent cookie bars are the surprisingly easy to make. You only need three items: Pillsbury refrigerated oatmeal raisin cookies, apple pie filling and caramel sauce. Magic!
I like it when things are little and cute. These adorkable kabobs are little, cute AND delicious! I can barely deal.
Again with the tiny cute pies! It’s like there’s some secret organization that is pushing a cute mini pie agenda – right into my mouth.
This intricate-looking pie crust is actually easy when you use Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust. Once you press those mini cinnamon rolls in place, just fill the pie with yum!
These are perfect for when you are on the go. You carry them in your hand briefly before you shove them in your face.
Shut the front door! The sweet and spicy flavors in this pie are a nice change for the same old, same old if you like it hot.
This recipe calls for apple, yogurt, bourbon and Chex gluten free oats. That’s a lot of good stuff for one drink.
Everybody loves ice cream cakes – even the lactose intolerant. With this recipe you can please practically everyone.
We both know that anything that requires the use of mason jars is an automatic win – and look, booze!