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.
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.
Applesauce and a little coconut add a surprising twist to a tangy traditional pie.
A trio of fruit flavors is a delicious combination in this winning pie recipe. Pastry cutouts on top gives the pie a festive appearance.
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.
Move over apple pie! This bread--with its moist apple flavor and pecan streusel topping--may become the Christmas recipe everyone craves.
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.
Bake your next pear or apple pie in a skillet so you only have to worry about the top crust (and get one pan dirty).
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.
These king-size, individual fruit-filled dumplings make a filling dessert. Serve them following a lighter meal so you can savor each delicious bite.
Apple pie or cherry pie? No need to decide. This fruit pie recipe combines the best of both.
Dried cranberries lend a hint of tartness to traditional apple pie.
Rather than top this fruit pie with slices of cheese, it's added to the crust in this filled pie recipe.
Granny Smith apples or other tart apples work best for this fruit-packed pie that boasts just enough tartness from cherries and cranberries. Serve with a wedge of Wisconsin cheese, or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.