Top Rated Apple Pie Recipes

Apple pie has always been an age-old favorite, dating back to 1390. The first-ever recorded apple pie recipe was created by the Master Cooks of King Richard II. Back then, sugar was scarce and pie crusts were not intended for eating, but just for storage. In the last 600 years, apple pie has had a major makeover with sweet sugars, delightful spices, and flaky crusts. Since 1390, we’ve seen traditional apple pies, French apple pies, and apple pie "à la mode" (popularized in the 1890s by Charles Watson Townsend after a trip to New York). Apple pie may not have originated in America, but it will always be an American favorite. This recipe brings apple pie to the next level and gives the dessert a meaty upgrade. We took an American classic and added sweet flavored bacon inside the pie, added it to the crust, and made a deliciously beautiful bacon-weaved top. 
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Apple Pie Spice is the flavor secret for this classic double-crusted pie. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, if desired.
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Apple Pie
Here's a classic recipe for apple pie that's popular at Yardbird Southern Table and Bar. For best results, make sure that the butter for your dough is super cold and that the ice water for the dough is strained from a glass with ice.
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A nonalcoholic cider infused with winter spices makes this drink every bit as delectable as a real slice of apple pie. The recipe is courtesy of Canard, Inc. catering services. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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Apple Pie Crescents
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All the flavor of apple pie without the fuss! Click here for more Pillsbury Crescent Roll Recipes.
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This delectable (and healthy!) apple pie smoothie recipe is courtesy of BlendedRecipes.com. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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Ah, McDonald’s apple pies — we liked you better when you were fried, but we also understand why that can’t be anymore. Ever since McDonald’s started transitioning their menu to target a nutritionally conscious crowd, we’ve had to settle for our dessert pies un-fried, which are technically turnovers, baked but still delicious. Introduced in the late 1960s, these small dessert treats were hits immediately. There’s nothing more American than hamburgers, fries, milkshakes, and pies — and you can find them all under the golden arches. Click here to see How to Make 10 Iconic McDonald’s Dishes at Home Click here to see 10 Iconic McDonald's Menu Items Recipes
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This is, hands down, the best apple pie recipe ever. I know it doesn't seem like it makes sense at first glance, but I promise you you'll never want to enjoy an apple pie without Cheddar cheese again. 
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People are sure to be impressed with this homemade apple pie. The recipe calls for simple, easy-to-follow steps. See more recipes at tasteofhome.com. Click here for 8 Fall Apple Recipes             
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We make this pie every day of the week. Every single day. It's popular and approachable because it's made with seasonal, local apples and salted caramel — which are both delicious in their own right. However, by design it is neither heavy on the caramel nor heavy on the sea salt; they are supporting actors to the tangy apples and the buttery, thick crust. This is simply a really good apple pie — the kind of apple pie you could eat every day. Use a blend of sweet apples and tart apples — an easy combination is Granny Smith with Golden Delicious; however, if you are sourcing from your local orchard, ask them to recommend a sweet softer apple and a tart firmer apple.
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Apple Pie
Try this refreshing (or perhaps, mind-numbing) twist on a familiar classic. Brandy and crystallized ginger give this apple pie some serious kick.
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Green Apples
A little dash of bourbon in these individualized desserts ensures the evening will end cordially for all. Plus, these cupcakes take less time to bake than a full-sized apple pie. 
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