Is anything more American than apple pie? It's a classic dessert in the U.S., but there are some fun variations, too. To shake things up try Mile-High Caramel Apple Pie or Cheesy Apple Pie.See Popular Apple Pie Recipes
Skip the pie plate and make a turnover filled with tender apples and sweet toffee bits.
Fall is the best time for fresh, crisp apples, and the perfect time to get back to baking amazing desserts like these scrumptious tarts.
Serve this spiced apple-filled dessert calzone with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The dried apples in this dessert save you time because there's no peeling needed. Serve this in the fall with vanilla ice cream.
Saute the apples, spices, and cranberries in butter and then put them in the pastry to make this double crust pie. It's the perfect dessert for the holidays.
Sounds sophisticated, but in this free form, it's simply the easiest apple "pie" you'll ever make!
A trio of fruit flavors is a delicious combination in this winning pie recipe. Pastry cutouts on top gives the pie a festive appearance.
It's a sweet marriage of two desserts. Double-apple bread pudding (fresh apples and applesauce) are baked in a pie with a streusel topper.
Served as a dessert, this Baked Apple Shortbread with Pepper Cream is good with a caramel ice cream topping.
Move over apple pie! This bread--with its moist apple flavor and pecan streusel topping--may become the Christmas recipe everyone craves.
So full of sweet, juicy fruit that it outgrew a standard pie plate, this dessert bakes in a springform pan. Hazelnuts in the pastry and a crumb topping add elegance to homey apple pie.
F&W's Grace Parisi uses a mix of Granny Smith, Pink Lady, and Golden Delicious apples for this iconic dessert.
These mouthwatering golden pastry bundles are filled with a warm and gooey mixture of apples, cheddar cheese, and sweetened pecans. Apricot preserves top this dessert recipe.
Figs and apricot preserves add fresh flavor to this popular dessert.
Applesauce and a little coconut add a surprising twist to a tangy traditional pie.
My husband and I are heading west, for Thanksgiving this year, where among the dishes laid out for the feast I'm sure to find one thing--an apple cranberry pie.In chatting with our aunt (the hostess), she asked if I had any holiday "must-haves." Having for years stayed close to home for the holidays, spending them with friends, means my food traditions have gotten a bit watered down.