Hot Caramel Apple Pie

What are you favorite fall foods?  Fresh baked pumpkin pies, homemade applesauce, baked squash and oven roasted chicken.  Turkey with all trimmings, sweet potato pie.  Nummm… it’s almost dinner and I should not be writing this.  However, this is such a delicious recipe I could not keep it hidden.  Now if you know us we do pies, but I love one dish deserts for a crowd too.  Altering my pie recipes to a 9X13 makes super snappy to throw together for a large family and any kind of social event.

Momma’s Hot Caramel Apple Pie

First you need your bowl…

To your bowl add 1 Cup of Sugar, 2 Tbl of cornstarch and 2tsp of pumpkin pie spice.

Stir and mix with fork.

Then peel about a dozen apples…

We use one of these… but a good ‘ol fashioned knife will work. 😉

 Mix apples into sugar mixture until the apples are evenly coated.  Once evenly coated place on top of the crust placed in the 9X13 pan.  Sprinkle lemon juice and almond extract over top of the apples in pan.

In a clean bowl place 1 cup of flour and 2/3 cup of brown sugar.

Cut in 1/2 Cup of butter into your flour/ sugar mixture.  Once mixture is crumbly, sprinkle over top of the apples.

Then take your caramel mixture and drizzle over the top of your “pie” in a cake pan.  Place in oven at 400* for approximately 1 hour.

Serves best hot with Vanilla ice cream.  Delish!



1 double crust-unbaked pie crust rolled out into (1) 9X13 pan

1 C. of sugar

2 tsps. pumpkin pie spice

2 Tbl. cornstarch

5-6 apples peeled and sliced thin

2 Tbl. lemon juice

2 tsp. almond extract

3 Tbls. caramel (prepared or jar sauce)

1 C. flour (wheat works fine)

2/3 C. brown sugar

1/2 C. butter



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