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Apple Pie Recipes

Warm your oven with these apple pie recipes, including cream pie, fruit tart, mini pies, pie a la mode, lattice pie, quince pie, crumb pie, pie squares, sugar-free pie, upside-down pie, German pie, Swedish pie and more.

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Everyone should know how to make apple pie in the classic style—the real deal. This recipe is a perfect example of why this American icon has been a hit in this country for hundreds of years. It gets its stunning height from 3 pounds of apples. So stock up; you'll need them. —Margo Ferrick, Westford, Massachusetts
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Apple Raisin Pie

Apple Raisin Pie

Apple Raisin Pie

Whenever I serve this pie, someone at the table usually asks for a second piece. It has old-fashioned goodness and a delicious, crunchy topping. —Arnold Beatley, Portola, California

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.”

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.
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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

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.

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

This impressive dessert is a hit at my house. It's fast, easy and delicious! An apricot jam glaze lends a pretty sheen to the buttery pastry that envelopes tender apple and pear slices. —Jennifer Richards, Pine Beach, New Jersey

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 Danish Pies

Apple Danish Pies

Apple Danish Pies

Prepared with an easy crescent roll crust and served in cute ramekins, these single-serving pies are fun to share with your "special someone." —Joanne Wright, Niles, Michigan

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

This free-form tart requires no pie plate. Just roll out the dough and place on a pizza pan or baking sheet. Place the filling in center of dough and fold up the edge of the pastry to hold in the fruit and juices.— Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Southern Ambrosia Apple Pie

Southern Ambrosia Apple Pie

Southern Ambrosia Apple Pie

"Apples and Georgia pecans make this pie a winner," reports field editor Carolyn Griffin of Macon.

Dutch Cranberry-Apple Pie

Dutch Cranberry-Apple Pie

Dutch Cranberry-Apple Pie

Fresh cranberries bring tongue-tingling tartness and festive Christmas color to classic apple pie. With orange peel, spices and a crumb topping, this is a warm and wintry favorite. —Jerri Gradert, Lincoln, Nebraska
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