Food & Recipes

Apple Pie Cookies Are About To Be Your New Favorite Fall Dessert

Difficulty level? Easy as pie!

Do you love dessert mashups? Whether it’s dessert lasagna, donut fries or churro cake, everyone’s favorite “meal” of the day is always improved with a little creativity.

And now, apple pie cookies are the latest and greatest dessert mashup to have the internet going crazy. Yep, pie cookies. Everything you love in a pie (the crumbly crust, the sweet filling) brought to life in a portable cookie.

The best part? Even though they look like something you would find in a fancy bakery, they are actual super-easy to make and utterly adorable.

This step-by-step video from Cupcakes Cookies and Cardio makes it easy, and below is an overview of the process.

All you need is a few apples, brown sugar, butter, corn starch, eggs, pie crust and apple pie spice (a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and cloves or ginger). Find a recipe for homemade apple pie spice at Simply Stacie.

Simply Stacie

Heat a skillet with the butter, then add the apples and spices. Let the apples cook down until they are soft and tender. If you want your apple pie cookies to have a streusel topping, check out these instructions from Lovely Little Kitchen).

Lovely Little Kitchen

Roll out your pie crusts on a lightly floured work surface. Roll out one crust to be slightly bigger than the other, so that you will easily be able to crimp the ends and close the pie when it’s time.

Put about a tablespoon of your filling into the dough. Then, using a round cookie cutter, cut circles out of the other pie dough. This will be the top of the “pie.” Take the tops and place them on top of dollops of apple filling, crimping the edges to keep them closed tightly. You can use the back of the tines of a fork, or check out these step-by-step instructions from An Italian in My Kitchen.

An Italian in My Kitchen

Find the complete recipe and instructions on TipHero.

These amazing handheld apple pies that will make your family and friends think you are the next Martha Stewart. You can serve them plain, with cinnamon ice cream, or with homemade cinnamon whipped cream like this recipe from The Garlic Diaries.

The Garlic Diaries