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Quick and easy, with a great non-crust topping. Try a variety of apples, mix it up...
Tart apples are seasoned with cinnamon, sugar and nutmeg, then baked in puff pastry and drizzled with icing.
This sophisticated looking and tasting dessert comes with a pleasant surprise -- it's a snap to prepare!
Brown and white sugars, raisins and lemon juice add a wonderful taste and texture to this quintessential apple pie. Be sure to cube or slice the apples uniformly, and, if you like, dot the apples with pats of butter.
Oranges, pineapple, cottage cheese and whipped topping combine for a fully refreshing slightly sweet salad. My mom always makes this recipe and the reason I call it 'Anytime Fruit Salad' is because if there is any ever left I eat it anytime.
Simple and delicious, this no crust pie is a pie plate filled with a delightful heap of apples sprinkled with orange juice, and topped with a crumbly sugar, flour, and butter mixture with hints of nutmeg and cinnamon. It bakes in less than an hour and is lovely served warm.
A delightful combination of two Autumn standards - apple and pumpkin - in this lightly spiced pie with a streusel topping.
A great combination of apples and cranberries with a crispy topping. A favorite at Thanksgiving instead of plain cranberries.
Sliced apples, raisins and walnuts are sugared, dusted with cinnamon and nutmeg, and piled into a pastry shell. A sweet crumbly topping is sprinkled over the top. The whole pie is then loosely covered with aluminum foil, and baked until golden and brown.
Sliced apples are simply piled into a pie crust and sprinkled twice. First, it 's sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar, and then with a sweet crumbly topping. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes and enjoy.