This is as its name suggests a fast apple and rhubarb pie recipe. It is simple but so delicious! Serve warm with cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
An NZ classic sweet tart with a simple lemon and apple filling.
Quick and easy, thick and crusty, spice-filled American-style apple pie. Serve with ice cream or thickened cream to serve
This is my favourite apple tart; buttery, rich and lemony- like a cross between crispy apple pie and Tarte Citron It is very simple and cheap to make and the great thing is, you can adjust the ingredients to suit your taste. It was named the 1x6 pie (1 apple, 1 lemon, 1 egg, 1 knob butter, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 pastry sheet) but I like more filling. The proportions of apples to eggs and butter should be preserved, otherwise the filling won't set. Buy the best butter puff pastry you can afford.
This is a traditional Jewish dessert eaten at Purim. It combines apples and dates and is glazed and decorated with pistachios and poppy seeds.
This is a beautifully sweet apple pie that uses more of a crumble style top instead of a traditional pastry. Serve with vanilla ice cream or yoghurt.
For such a simple recipe this creates amazing results. Apples are baked in a tart containing a vanilla creme fraiche custard.
This pie has a mouthwatering crust, neither to crispy nor too soft. It's been a family favourite ever since I first baked it.
With cinnamon, ginger, orange peel and gooey caramel, this mean apple pie tastes like... autumn weather. I set it out to cool, but nek minnut, it was gone.
These are a cross between a muffin and an apple pie. An oat base is filled with spiced and sweetened stewed apples.
At the end of apple season, what do you do with all the apples? Preserving them is so easy. Spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, they make tasty tarts, pies or ice cream topping.
This traditional style Swedish apple cake has a lovely rich texture and tastes divine, and is very simple to make. Served warm, with a good quality thick cream or vanilla ice cream, this dessert is guaranteed to please.