20 Inviting Apple Pies for Every Fall Occasion
Looking for a scrumptious apple pie recipe that will impress everyone at your table? Make your best-ever homemade apple pie using one of our tried-and-true Southern recipes. From classic to creative, we have a pie for every baker in need of a staple apple pie recipe. For a quick, crowd-pleasing dessert, whip up an easy apple pie using a cast-iron skillet and refrigerated pie crust. Or, take your pie up a notch by making a flaky homemade pie crust from scratch. We’ve configured our favorite pie crust recipes using creative, delicious ingredients like pecan shortbread, cornmeal, and even white cheddar cheese. For a decadent twist on a year-round favorite, try our crispy handheld Fried Apple Pies. Find out how to get the flakiest pie crust and the tastiest, gooiest filling to make your apple pie the best pie at the bake sale. No matter which recipe you choose, you and your family will crave the sweet, buttery pie again. And remember: no slice of warm, homemade apple pie is complete without creamy, fresh homemade ice cream.
Old-Fashioned Apple Pie
Recipe: Old-Fashioned Apple Pie
As its name implies, this double-crusted dessert will remind you of Thanksgivings past.
Easy Skillet Apple Pie
Cranberry-Apple Pie with Pecan Shortbread Crust
Savor the flavors of cranberries and apples as they come together with a holiday favorite—pecan shortbread—in this stunning presentation.
Mini Apple Pies
Recipe: Mini Apple Pies
Forget forks. These mini pies take the work out of dessert and fit wonderfully into any holiday buffet spread.
Recipe: Apple-Bourbon Pie
This pie is anything but ordinary. Bourbon-infused raisins, cinnamon, nutmeg, apricot preserves, and toasted pecans or walnuts give this holiday table centerpiece a warm, fall spice.
Ultimate Apple Pie from Buxton Hall
Apple Pie Cookies
Recipe: Apple Pie Cookies
Mix things up with a bite-sized dessert that tastes like a classic pie but takes far less time.
Apple Cinnamon Roll Pie
Recipe: Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie
Surprise guests with a cinnamon roll twist on this traditional fall treat. If you're able to ward off second slices, this pie is made with a sweet leftover breakfast in mind.
Tex-Mex Apple Pie
Recipe: Tex-Mex Apple Pie
This Deep South twist on New Mexico’s green Hatch chile apple pie pairs cream cheese and pepper jelly for a pie that’s a little spicy and a whole lot of delicious.
Apple Pie Baked Apples
Recipe: Apple Pie Baked Apples
Enjoy all the flavors of a warm apple pie without the finicky filling or time-consuming crust.
Recipe: Bacon-Apple Pie Recipe
Get creative (and tasty) with your lattice crust by bring a bit of bacon to your fall table.
Caramel Apple Blondie Pie
Double Apple Pie with Cornmeal Crust
Apple jelly adds richness to the filling of this pie, and apple cider adds even more flavor in the flaky cornmeal crust.
Apple Slab Pie
Recipe: Apple Slab Pie
Baked in a jelly-roll pan, this rectangular pie feeds a crowd.
Fried Apple Pies
Recipe: Fried Apple Pies
There's enough filling to make a second batch of these delicious pies, or you can freeze it for later. Serve warm or at room temperature.
Recipe: Blackberry-Apple Pie
This apple-and-berry-packed pie is extra-tasty because of the white-Cheddar cheese crust that provides a sigh-worthy companion for the sweet fruit filling.
Caramel Apple-Pear Cobbler with Oatmeal Muffin Crust
No rolling pin required for this company-worthy cobbler! Sautée the apples and pears in brown sugar and butter, then pour on the crust and bake.
Apple Upside-Down Pie
Recipe: Apple Upside-Down Pie
It tastes as good as its fun presentation. Pecans, apples and brown sugar shine in this upside-down pie.
Apple-Pecan Pie Cobbler
Recipe: Apple-Pecan Pie Cobbler
Tart Granny Smith apples, sautéed in brown sugar and butter, get topped with the tender, sweet crunch of a pecan-pie muffin batter. Bake this fall favorite in six individual ramekins or a single casserole dish.
Arkansas Black Apple Pie with Caramel Sauce
Keep an eye out for heirloom Arkansas Black apples for this pie. These fragrant apples continue to ripen after they are picked and transform to a nearly black hue. Granny Smith apples are a tasty great substitute.