15 Amazing Honeycrisp Apple Pie Recipes To Make At Home

Are you looking for some delicious homemade dessert recipes? Well, look no further because we’ve got 15 mouthwatering recipes for you to try out.

These pies are perfect for fall or winter parties. They also taste great served warm straight from the oven.

15 Amazing Honeycrisp Apple Pie Recipes To Make At Home

Apple pie is one of our favorite desserts. The combination of sweet apples and buttery crust makes us want to eat them every day. If you love baking too, then these recipes are sure to become favorites.

1. Fritter Apple Bread

This recipe combines two of our favorite things: baking and apples. These delicious little treats are perfect for fall, and we love making them because they’re easy to prepare, fun to eat, and look beautiful on display.

They’re great served warm out of the oven or cold straight from the fridge. This recipe makes about 12 fritters, depending on how big you cut them.

They’re crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and full of flavor. This recipe combines those qualities into a delicious treat. We’ve been making this dessert for many years now, and every single time people love it. 

It’s simple to prepare and tastes great no matter what form of fruit you use. Just remember to chop up your apples very finely, otherwise, they’ll turn out mushy.

2. Salted Caramel Honeycrisp Apple Pie

We love pies. But sometimes you just want something different. Something special. And that’s what this pie is. A salty, sweet, crunchy, buttery, flaky, delicious pie. To us, it tastes like fall. Like autumn. And that’ll do it for now.

The crust and filling are both easy enough to make on their own. You could even use a store-bought crust. But if you really want to go all out, we recommend making your own dough. 

The best part about making your own dough is that you get to choose how thick you want it. If you don’t want a very thin crust, you can always roll it thicker. Or thinner. Whatever you prefer.

3. Maple Apple Blondies

These blondies are just out of this world. They are moist, chewy, sweet, and full of flavor. You won’t believe how easy they are to make. These blondies are perfect with vanilla ice cream. They’re amazingly warm from the oven, but best served cold.

4. Cream Cheese And Apple Turnovers

Apple turnover recipes abound online, but most involve making your own dough. We wanted a recipe that could be prepared ahead of time and served cold, like a dessert. This one fits the bill perfectly.

These apple turnovers are a great way to use up apples that are hanging around in your fridge. They’re easy enough that even kids can make them, and they look beautiful served at parties.

These are perfect for brunch, too, because they don’t require much prep work.

5. German Apple Cake

Looking for a recipe to impress guests? Look no further! This German apple cake is perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, or even just because. You’ll love how easy it is to make, and what a stunning presentation it makes.

The best part is that you do not have to be a great baker to put together a gorgeous dessert. In fact, you don’t even have to use a mixer. Just throw everything into a bowl and mix it up. Then pour it into a pan and bake it.

When you’re done baking, let the cake cool completely before cutting it into layers. When you cut each layer, gently place the bottom one onto another and repeat. Top off with icing and sprinkles and serve!

This cake is truly the best thing ever. Enjoy!

6. Apple Cranberry Tart

This sweet fruit tart is easy enough to make that you don’t even need a recipe. You just mix together some butter, sugar, flour, eggs, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Then pour everything into a pie dish and bake it.

Once baked, let it cool completely, slice it into wedges, and sprinkle each wedge with a little powdered sugar. Top those with sliced apples, dried cranberries, and chopped walnuts.

And there you go—a beautiful dessert that looks festive and tastes delicious.

7. Cinnamon Apple Cheesecake Bars

Whenever we’re pressed for time, we always turn to our favorite dessert recipe—cheesecake bars. They’re super simple to make, require no special equipment, and take less than 30 minutes to prepare.

Plus, they taste amazing. These cinnamon apple cheesecake bars are perfect for fall because they feature apples, cinnamon, and vanilla. You’ll love them!

8. Homemade Apple Strude

The recipe calls for a few special ingredients that you might find hard to come by, like Calvados brandy. So we’ve included our own version of the alcohol-free apple filling.

And, of course, there are no nuts in this strudel. Our aunt used to say that “nobody likes nuts.” We think she just didn’t know what a great thing nutmeg is.

9. Frosted Apple Cider Cookies

These soft, delicious, buttery cookies are perfect for fall. We love the combination of apples and cinnamon. This cookie dough freezes well, so you can make a batch ahead of time and freeze it.

Then pull out one or two batches whenever you want to bake some cookies.

We like to use our food processor to cut down on prep work. If you don’t have a food processor, you could chop up the apples into small pieces and mix them together with the dry ingredients.

10. Apple-Cranberry Slab Pie

This recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or just whenever you want something delicious and festive. This apple cranberry slab pie is easy to make and tastes great. You won’t believe how good it is!

This recipe is one of our favorites. We love how simple it is to make and how delicious it tastes. You could even serve it during Halloween or Easter!

11. Apple Streusel Cake

This fall dessert looks like an apple pie gone wild. The glaze on this cake drips down all four sides, creating a dramatic centerpiece for your table.

You’ll want to make sure there’s enough space around the cake because the entire thing will slide out of the pan when you slice it.

To keep the cake stable, use a spring form pan. If you don’t have one, just wrap aluminum foil around the bottom of the baking dish and secure it with tape.

The apples are layered in between layers of cake batter. When you cut into the cake, you see the apples and the cake together, and it’s an amazing sight.

12. Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie

This apple pie is a bit special because it uses a unique crust recipe. You’ll find the dough wrapped around apples, rolled up into a spiral shape, and baked like a pie.

The end result is a warm, flaky pastry crust filled with tart apples. And since it’s made with a shortcut method, it takes less than half the time of making traditional pie crust.

To save time, you can use store-bought refrigerated pie crust. Just flatten each piece into a circle about ¼ inch thick. Wrap each round tightly in plastic wrap and freeze for 30 minutes.

Remove the rounds from the freezer and let thaw slightly while preparing the filling.

Then, roll out each frozen round onto a lightly greased baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes at 400 degrees F. Let cool completely.

13. Spiral Apple Bread

This spiral apple bread is perfect for breakfast or dinner parties because it looks like you spent hours slaving away over a hot stove.

But the truth is, you just added some thinly sliced apples in between each layer of dough, making sure to place them evenly throughout. And once baked, you add a homemade apple cider caramel glaze to give it a beautiful look.

14. Skillet Apple Pizza Pie

Apple pies are one of our favorite desserts, but we don’t always make them ourselves because it takes some effort to make a good crust. But this easy version uses store-bought dough and applesauce to give us a great-tasting dessert without much work.

You’ll love it because it’s easy to make and tastes amazing. Plus, there are no crusty edges to deal with! This pie is great for parties too since it makes a lot and everyone loves it.

15. Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread

When it comes to appetizers, there are few things better than apples dipped in caramel.

This recipe combines both flavors into one easy treat. Start by making a quick caramel sauce by melting together brown sugar, butter, water, and corn syrup over medium heat.

Once the mixture starts bubbling, slowly pour in heavy whipping cream while whisking constantly. Cook the mixture until it thickens slightly and turns light golden brown, about 5 minutes.

Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract. Let cool completely before serving.

To make the cream cheese spread, combine softened cream cheese with sour cream and powdered sugar until smooth. Add chopped apples and mix well. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. Serve cold with sliced apples or crackers.

Final Thoughts

We hope that these 15 delicious apple pie recipes have inspired you to get creative and try your hand at creating your own. They truly are all unique on their own, so you cannot go wrong with choosing any of these recipes to dive into!

Mark Williams