November is here! Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away, and you know what that means… it’s time for pie! This Caramel Dutch Apple Pie is an update on an old classic. I used my favorite dutch apple pie recipe and added a homemade caramel sauce. Delicious!
There are so many things to love about Thanksgiving dinner: turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole… The best part about this holiday is that after you get done stuffing yourself with all of that goodness, you get to eat pie!
Apple pie is definitely my all-time favorite. Especially dutch apple pie! I love the crunchy crumbles on top of the warm apples. And this version adds a sweet homemade caramel sauce.
This particular recipe is a favorite from the A Savory Feast archives. I’ve made it a number of times over the years and it is always a popular one on my site during the Fall.
This Caramel Dutch Apple Pie is made from scratch but trust me, it’s so easy to make! I first tried making a homemade caramel sauce years ago when I made my Pumpkin Cake with Salted Caramel Glaze.
After seeing how easy it was (and how it tasted a million times better than store-bought), I just can’t go back! For this pie, I changed up the recipe a little bit in order to make the sauce thicker.
The best thing about homemade caramel sauce is that it has the perfect balance of flavor and sweetness. If you used store-bought caramel sauce for this recipe, it would be way too sweet.
The combination of the caramel sauce, fresh apples, and crumbly topping is heavenly! You can’t go wrong serving this pie to your guests. It’s wonderful fresh from the oven, or you can make it in advance and heat it up in the oven for about 10 minutes right before you serve it.
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This recipe was originally published on A Savory Feast on November 4, 2014. The pictures and post have been updated but the recipe is the same.
What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish?