Along with pumpkin pie, apple pie is one of America's best-loved Thanksgiving desserts. This Thanksgiving try one (or several!) of our delicious recipes -- from deep dish and double-crust dessert classics to creative variations like Upside Down Caramelized Apple Pie, Rosemary Apple Pie, and many more.
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).
Considering the wide variety of pies available in grocery store freezer sections, knowing how to make apple pie from scratch seems to have become a lost art. But frozen pies are no match for the real deal, and believe it or not, making an apple pie is simple. Pick up some apples next time you're at the farmer's market or produce stand--tart varieties such as Granny Smiths are best for pies--and try your hand at baking this quintessential old-fashioned American dessert.
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.
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.
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.
Discovering how to make apple pie filling is one of those things that practically defines being an American...well, an American home cook, anyway! Making pie crust is a close second.
This old-fashioned pie is a Christmas tradition in many families. Look for jars of mincemeat with the pie fillings during the holiday baking season.
This gooey-good apple pie is hard to pass up. Serve for dessert with rich whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
This dessert celebrates all the tastes of autumn with its crisp apples, tart cranberries, crunchy nuts, and soothing spices.
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.
Dried fruit and a little lemon peel make this double-crust pie extra special for the holidays.