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Apple Pie

Looking for recipes for apple pie? Taste of Home has the best apple pie recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Arranging Apple slices in a pretty design gives this pie the appearance of a fancy tart. Its rich custard-like filling has an elegant flavor but is easy to prepare. The recipe was passed down by my grandmother, whose love of cooking I've inherited.
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Creamy Apple Crumb Pie

Creamy Apple Crumb Pie

Creamy Apple Crumb Pie

“I revised this classic apple pie recipe from a church cookbook,” writes Linda Pawelski of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “I knew it was a keeper when my mother-in-law asked for a copy.”

Cran-Apple Pie

Cran-Apple Pie

Cran-Apple Pie

Our home economists capture the flavor of fall in this pretty lattice fruit pie.

Apple Cream Cheese Tart

Apple Cream Cheese Tart

Apple Cream Cheese Tart

“I love this recipe because it’s a tasty twist on an all-time favorite dessert…apple pie,” notes Theresa Sabbagh of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Tailgate Apple Pies

Tailgate Apple Pies

Tailgate Apple Pies

Made as single servings, these handheld pies are ideal for football games or other parties. They always disappear quickly. You can also use large cookie cutters to create holiday shapes in the tender pastry. For Valentine's Day, I cut a small heart into the top crust. —Jennifer Stoltz, Spring Green, Wisconsin

Apple Blackberry Pie

Apple Blackberry Pie

Apple Blackberry Pie

After a blackberry-picking trip, my husband and I decided to include a few in a apple pie we were making. It was the best we'd ever tasted! We live near the mountains with our two children. Ingredients for fruit pies grow all around us.

Delightful Apple Pie

Delightful Apple Pie

Delightful Apple Pie

There aren’t many things more American than hot-out-of-the-oven apple pie. This recipe is one you can hang your hat on. —Amy Wood, Wichita, Kansas

Classic Bumbleberry Pie

Classic Bumbleberry Pie

Classic Bumbleberry Pie

What a delightful ending to any meal! Apple, raspberries and rhubarb work in unison to create this fresh-flavored pie. Judy Parker - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Raisin Apple Tartlets

Raisin Apple Tartlets

Raisin Apple Tartlets

"I always get a kiss on the cheek when I make these individual pie-like treats for my husband," writes Claudia Jean Griffin of Beaver, Pennsylvania.

Apple Walnut Pie

Apple Walnut Pie

Apple Walnut Pie

My family is fond of any treat featuring apples, but this pie is the one they like best. Unlike some fruit pies, this crust doesn't become soggy, thanks to the addition of ground walnuts. Everyone agrees the flavor of nuts pairs well with apples in this fall favorite. —Evonne Wurmnest, Normal, Illinois

Icebox Apple Pie

Icebox Apple Pie

Icebox Apple Pie

This is great apple country and a lot of people drive many miles to pick their own. This recipe is very handy because I can make it in about 15 minutes.



Saucy Spiced Apple Pie

Saucy Spiced Apple Pie

Saucy Spiced Apple Pie

Mom's sweet and saucy apple pie earns a lip-smacking salute from everyone who tastes it. Since it's hard to wait for it to cool, I like to serve slices warm with a scoop of French vanilla ice cream on top.

Sugar-Free Apple Pie

Sugar-Free Apple Pie

Sugar-Free Apple Pie

This pie is so delicious, you can't even detect the artificial sweetener. I always get rave reviews when I bring it to church potlucks.—Teresa Garlick, Glendale, Arizona

Apple Pie in a Goblet

Apple Pie in a Goblet

Apple Pie in a Goblet

"This dish is not only easy but very elegant," relates Renee Zimmer of Gig Harbor, Washington. "I got the recipe from a church cooking class and now fix it often, with rave reviews. You can serve it in bowls, but I always get more oohs and aahs when I put it in lovely goblets."

Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

Flaky Bumbleberry Pie

This pie recipe makes one of the flakiest crusts ever. The filling is also delicious with the different berries and rhubarb. This pie is sure to impress.—Suzanne Alberts, Onalaska, Wisconsin
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