Bake An Apple Pie

Bake An Apple Pie: 31 Days Of October. Hello friends, Happy October. The tenth month of the year already!! Autumn is starting to creep in nicely now.

For me October is about starting to layer up our outfits, long walks in through the woods kicking leaves, scary movies, Halloween foods and Pumpkins. Not forgetting comforting food.

So today I am sharing some comfort food recipes, Apple pies.

How To Make Apple Of Your Eye Pie
Recipe and image courtesy of Beautiful Country Beautiful Fruit.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Spiced Apple and Ginger Pie.
  • Secondly, How To Make Apple Of Your Eye Pie.
  • Last But Not Least, Butterscotch Apple Pie.
Bake An Apple Pie: 31 Days Of October

Bake An Apple Pie: 31 Days Of October

I have such great memories of apple pies being baked from when I was a child.

My grandma made them all the time and if one wasn’t coming out of the oven when we went to visit her, there would of been one over on the side cooling down from one she made earlier.

So do you want to know how apple pie is made? Simply click on any of the 3 recipes below and it will take you to the full recipes.

Spiced Apple and Ginger Pie:
Spiced Apple and Ginger Pie. Recipe c/o Belvoir Fruit Farms. 

Firstly, Spiced Apple and Ginger Pie. What is not to love about this apple pie recipe? apple and ginger are great flavours for Autumn. So yummy.

Fancy an apple pie without a soggy bottom? Then this is the recipe for you.

Then topped it with so creative decorative leaves. Serve it warm in slices with cream or custard. It is also Great autumn comfort food. So yummy. Spiced Apple and Ginger Pie. This is an apple pie without an egg.

How To Make
Recipe and image courtesy of Beautiful Country Beautiful Fruit.

Sunday Treats:

Secondly, How To Make Apple Of Your Eye Pie:

The definitive recipe for the perfect apple pie – also just like mum used to make – with scrumptious South African Golden Delicious and Granny Smith apples for a fabulous flavour combo! Try this recipe for an apple pie without cinnamon.

Cooking the pie in a metal pie dish on a preheated baking sheet ensures good heat transfer, making sure that the pastry base cooks properly.

Recipe and image courtesy of Dairy Diary

Last But Not Least, Butterscotch Apple Pie. Like Grandma Use To Make. The recipe is taken from Dairy Diary Favourites cookbook, which celebrates 35 years of much-loved Dairy Diary recipes. See Dairy Diary for more information. So many fun memories. Also, so yummy too. Do you love apple pie too? Do you have any fond memories to share?

Which country invented apple pie? Apple pie was invented way back in 1381 in England by Geoffrey Chaucer and included apples, figs, raisins, pears and a pastry shell (but no sugar). Not like we know it today then. As I do like my apple pies nice and sweet!

When is national apple pie day? 13th May.

Apple pie vs apple crumble? Which one is your favourite?

So apple pie and custard, anyone?

You Might Also Like: How To Make Apple Pie Jam: A Spoonful Anyone? 

The scent of apple pie spices pervades this delightful jam. It can be made all year because it does not rely on seasonal fruit. Delicious spread on toast, crumpets, scones, and pancakes. Also, a teaspoon on your oatmeal is a good idea! How To Make Apple Pie Jam: A Spoonful Anyone?

Bake An Apple Pie: 31 Days Of October
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  1. Martha
    7 October 2021 / 14:16

    Good morning We love Apple pie thanks so much for sharing your recipes saw this at Fortheloveto link up party I’m going to try to bake one hopefully it comes out as good as yours thanks again

    • 9 October 2021 / 14:35

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  2. Karen, the next best thing to mummy
    6 October 2021 / 12:05

    Wow! that apple pie looks delicious#alittlebitofeverything@_karendennis

    • 9 October 2021 / 14:33

      Thanks for visiting, Karen 🙂

  3. 5 October 2021 / 15:15

    What a beautiful pie! I love apples and ginger. Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party – I love your contributions! Have a wonderful week.

    • 9 October 2021 / 14:32

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by 🙂

  4. 2 October 2021 / 19:47

    I love apple pies and will be making some when my dad’s apple trees are ready. I love the sound of the butterscotch one. Yum, yum x

    • 9 October 2021 / 14:28

      Thanks Kim. We have just had some given us so I am baking tomorrow too 🙂