October 21, 2016

Caramel Apple Pie Recipe ... Who could resist this fabulous autumn fruit desert?

Did you know that October is National Apple Month?  Yesterday I found this beyond delicious looking Caramel Apple Pie Recipe.

And my mouth watered.

Caramel Apple Crumb Pie
Photo Credit:  lecreuset.com

When making desserts, normally I do not spend as much time as this recipe requires.  But I think I'll make an exception for this mouth watering pie.

Get the Apple Caramel Pie recipe from Le Creuset here.  And yes, I'm a huge fan of Le Creuset.  In fact, I have an order from Le Creuset arriving today.  (They have a fantastic website, by the way.)  I use my faithful Le Creuset products as daily workhorse go-tos.  They are as pretty as they are functional and durable.

Happy Baking!

Mary Rae Fouts

11 comments:

  1. What is the blue thing in the center of the pie?

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    1. It is a pie bird. Some bakers use it to draw out steam from the pie to keep the filling from boiling over and the bottom crust not soggy. Been around for centuries.

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    2. Thanks for responding before I could get to it!

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  2. That looks so good. I'm going to make it but will use my pie crust recipe that includes sour cream. Its very tender and flaky, should hold up to the filling.

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    1. Your crust should work out just fine. I always say stick with the pie crust recipe that works for you.

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  3. Any recommendations on apply type? Recipe just says a mixture of tart and sweet.

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    1. I would stick with crisp apples, whatever is available at your local market. Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Braeburn, Winesap, Jonagold, Pippin, seasonal Gravenstein, Jazz, and Lady Alice apples would be good choices.

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  4. that looks too good. i could never make it.

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    1. Give it a shot, you never know! Plus, you can always make the recipe easier by using a boughten pie shell. I won't tell anyone!

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  5. I like le creuset, too. some of my items are 25 or so years old.

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    1. Le Creuset products are indeed wonderful. Literally last forever.

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Thanks for sharing your comments here! Mary Rae Fouts