Salted Caramel Apple Pie

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One of the more popular desserts in North America tends to be apple pie. Try out this fabulous recipe for Salted Caramel Apple Pie! There are so many different variations on how to bake an apple pie, and everyone seems to have their own little secrets! Apples are in season now, so this is a perfect recipe to use a lot of your fresh picked or farmer's market apples. Many people have them in their back yards, and some people don't even use them, so if you see a tree covered in apples, you can always offer to pick them to use and give them a pie made with their apples!

They are actually little individual apple pies that look like a cookie! There is a top and bottom layer made with pie pastry, and then there is plenty of space for the nice apple cinnamon filling. Granny Smith apples or something equally as tart are the best apples for a dessert like this, otherwise the pies can get a bit too sweet. It's nice to have that tartness of the apple mixed with all of the sweetness of the sugar and the cinnamon. Wouldn't these would be awesome for fall time!? People would just love them!

The author of this recipe on Sugar Apron, uses her own pastry recipe that she shares with us so we can try it out. She takes you through the steps on how to make it, but if you are still shy to make your own, you can always use a pre made one. Then the caramel that gets melted on the inside with all of the apple filling, is actually square salted caramels! These sound like they would be heavenly and like there wouldn't be any left once people tried them! These would be great for a party, or a dinner! Head over to 'Sugar Apron' by following the link in the section below for more!

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