Apple Crisp Pie takes two fall favorite apple recipes and combines them! The delicious toppings of an apple crisp paired with the buttery crust of an apple pie! You can’t go wrong!
I am so excited to share with you my recipe for my Apple Crisp Pie Recipe. Apples stuck in between two flakey pie layers topped with a crunchy sweet crumbly topping! Part apple pie, part apple crisp.
Oh how I love the holidays! I really love everything about them, minus the busy store parking lots, but besides that, I love everything! One of my most favorite things about the holidays is holiday baked goodies! It seems you can go all year without baking or minimally baking but when the holidays roll around, that oven doesn’t get a rest and I love it! The smells, the deliciousness, the memories, and the fact that you get to share these baked goodies with everyone you love! It makes my heart happy!
One thing that turns most people off is that they don’t want to try a new recipe for the holidays! What if it’s bad? What if it doesn’t turn out? So today I am sharing a few of my pie tips to ensure your dish comes out right the first time!
- Use room temperature ingredients if making your own pie crust
- Measure! Baking requires precise measurements
- Make sure to vent your top crust so the steam can get out.
- Don’t forget to cover the crusts of your pie with foil after about 20 minutes of baking so they don’t get too brown.
- Set a timer! Always set a timer!
- Make clean up a breeze with New PAM Cooking Sprays! They now leave up to 99% less residue build up than margarine or other brand-cooking sprays!
Who wants to spend all your time in the kitchen cleaning up when you could be spending it with family? Not this girl! (Even better…the improved formula has zero calories per serving!) <—That right there means I can have an extra slice :)
Since most of you reading this now can’t actually come bake with me, I thought it’d be fun to do it virtually! Grab a cup of coffee or tea and let’s bake a pie! Printable recipe + Giveaway to follow!
I started off by spraying my pie dish with the Baking PAM Cooking Spray.
I placed my bottom pie crust.
I brushed it with egg white and then poked it with a fork. I baked for 7 minutes. <—To prevent a soggy bottom crust!
I then added all my spices with my cored, peeled and sliced apples.
Next up, the juice from half a lemon.
Mix until your apples are all covered and looking delicious!
Fill your pie crust and then top with second crust. Be sure to pinch the two crust edges together and also cut slits for the steam to escape.
To make your crumb topping, add all ingredients into your blender. I ADORE my Blendtec Blender! I could not live without it!
I used my Blendtec and manually “pulsed” my ingredients.
You are left with a crumbly sugar mix!
Sprinkle over the top of your pie.
Original, Butter and Baking PAM Cooking Sprays leave less residue without compromising any of the non-stick expectations we have all come to know and love from PAM! Slices come out with ease and you will look like quite the seasoned baker!
Apple Crisp Pie Recipe:
You can also check out some of my other apple goodness!