This is a quick and easy version of Apple Pie - as simple as can be.
This is an apple pie but some of the base is crumbled on top a little bit like an apple crumble. Either way this is a great apple dessert.
The pastry top with its tangy lemon icing complements the sweet, juicy filling of apples and grapes braised in white wine.
The lattice pattern is a classic decoration for shortcrust pies. It works well not only on fruit such as apples, cherries or plums, but also on a poppyseed mixture or jam.
Served cold, this pie is perfect company for cold picnic meats.
Here's the easiest fruit pie you could hope to make. A crumbly, part-wholemeal shortcrust pastry is wrapped around a spiced mixture of apples and blueberries to make a rough parcel with an open top. There's no flan tin to line or pie dish to cover.
This delectable tart is turned out upside-down to serve and resembles the French tarte tatin. The shortcrust pastry is made with reduced-fat soft cheese and butter and there is a lot of juicy fruit filling.
This delightful, warming dessert is quick to make and a pleasure to eat. Apples and pears spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom make this a perfect autumn or winter dessert.
This is a beautiful apple and custard pie that has a few steps including the apple filling, buttermilk custard and crumble topping; but it is worth the effort.
This is a tasty variation on the traditional lemon meringue pie that uses a homemade apple puree instead.
I don't think an apple pie is any good unless it has a good flavour of cinnamon, this one is perfect balance of apple and spice.
Who wants a small round apple pie when you can make a super large one in a baking tray? This recipe is ideal when you have a lot of people to feed and want to be efficient with the space in your oven.
This is a beautiful apple dessert with a pie shell containing a cottage cheese layer then an apple layer and finally topped with a streusel. Perfect served hot with cream or ice cream.
I love adding dried cranberries into my otherwise fairly traditional apple pie; you can make your own pastry or buy it pre-made.
Simple ingredients which dont cost much, yet taste superb!!!
The trick to this home made pie pastry is refrigerating all the ingredients before mixing them. Use this pastry as a base for your next fruit mince, apple or any fruit pie.
This is a very reliable recipe for an all-time classic dessert. It is not excessively sweet and has a light, crumbly pastry.
When the bags of apples are on special or I get a bulk value pack at the farmers markets I like to make my own homemade apple pies.
There are a few extra steps in this recipe but it helps to create a depth in flavour that brings out the rich fresh apple and sultana flavours.
This is a great recipe that includes instructions for both the scratch making of the pastry and also the guidance for a wonderful sweet apple filling.