Popular Apple Pie Recipes

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.

Cranberry-Apple Two-Bite Pies

Chopped apples and dried cranberries fill these adorable miniature pies. Topped with cookie-cutter crusts and baked for just 15 minutes, they're an ideal treat for the busy holiday season.

From Parents

Cranberry-Apple Two-Bite Pies

Apple Granola Pie

No need to choose between pies and crisps when you make this crumbly dessert. Sprinkled with an oat and brown sugar topping, this granola pie is sure to be a hit at any holiday dinner.

From Family Circle

Apple Granola Pie

Baked Apple Bowl Pies

Add a fun twist to dessert when entertaining with individual baked apple bowl pies. Make-ahead tip: Directly before baking, cover the dishes with plastic wrap and store in the fridge up to 24 hours.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Baked Apple Bowl Pies

The Classic Apple Pie

From Family Circle

The Classic Apple Pie

Wisconsin Harvest Pie

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.

From Midwest Living

Wisconsin Harvest Pie

Crumb-Topped Apple Slab Pie

The buttery oat topping lends just the right amount of crunch to the juicy fruit in this oversize version of Dutch apple pie.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Crumb-Topped Apple Slab Pie

Oatmeal-Nut Crunch Apple Pie

This decadent pie is loaded with juicy apples and adorned with a streusel-lover's crunchy topping. The pie is best served the day it's made. If you're short on time, look for a ready-made whole-wheat pie crust in the freezer section of the store.

From EatingWell

Oatmeal-Nut Crunch Apple Pie

Deep-Dish Apple Pie

With all that delicious fruit an apple pie should be healthy, but the truth is a slice can have as much as 750 calories and 30 grams of fat. For the most part, the culprit is the crust. We use whole-wheat pastry flour to add fiber and lower the saturated fat by replacing some of the butter with canola oil. The brown sugar-sweetened filling in this pie is made with two kinds of apples for the perfect balance. A slice has half the calories of a typical version and only 10 grams of fat--sweet!

From EatingWell

Deep-Dish Apple Pie

Rosemary Apple Pie

Whether making your first pie or a seasoned pro, try this recipe. The exotic mix of apple and rosemary flavors make it deliciously delectable.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Rosemary Apple Pie

Caramel Apple Pie

The topping of oats, oat, brown sugar, and pecans, drizzled with caramel, adds decadence to America's popular pie.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Caramel Apple Pie

Apple-Toffee Tartlets

Refrigerated pie crust makes this tartlet recipe easy to prepare. The chopped apples and toffee pieces make them a kid-favorite dessert for Christmas or any time of the year.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple-Toffee Tartlets

Apple-Berry Pie in a Jar

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple-Berry Pie in a Jar

Gingery Apple Pie

Toss apple slices with ginger, lemon and cinnamon and bake in a purchased pie shell. It's a simple dessert that's always a favorite.

From Parents

Gingery Apple Pie

Triple-A Apple Pie

Apples, Anjou pears, and apricots are the As that make this apple pie a knockout.

From Diabetic Living

Triple-A Apple Pie

Apple Pudding Pie

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple Pudding Pie

Deep-Dish Apple Pie

This all-American dessert features apple slices spiced with cinnamon and topped with a flaky pastry crust.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Deep-Dish Apple Pie

Upside-Down Caramelized Apple Pie

Here's a low-cal version of tarte Tatin, an upside-down skillet-baked dessert named for two French sisters who supported themselves by making and selling the tart. After baking, invert the dessert to reveal the caramel-coated fruit and serve it warm.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Upside-Down Caramelized Apple Pie

Rhubarb-Raspberry-Apple 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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Rhubarb-Raspberry-Apple Pie

Apple-Cherry Pie

Apple pie or cherry pie? No need to decide. This fruit pie recipe combines the best of both.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple-Cherry Pie

Mile-High Cranberry Apple Pie

This is the fruit pie recipe of dreams. Piled high with spicy apples and tart dried cranberries, it's a dessert to please pie lovers.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mile-High Cranberry Apple Pie

Autumn Apple Pie

This two-crust pie is filled to the brim with an apple-cinnamon filling dotted with dried cranberries.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Autumn Apple Pie

No-Peel Apple Pie

How easy can pie get and still be glorious? Skip peeling the apples and use refrigerated pie crusts in a clever, simple recipe for fresh-baked pie.

From Better Homes and Gardens

No-Peel Apple Pie

Mile-High Caramel Apple Pie

Loaded with juicy apples, this luscious dessert recipe is drizzled with a gooey caramel topping.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mile-High Caramel Apple Pie

Apple Pie Bread

Move over apple pie! This bread--with its moist apple flavor and pecan streusel topping--may become the Christmas recipe everyone craves.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple Pie Bread

Apple-Almond Galette

From Ladies' Home Journal

Apple-Almond Galette

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