How to Make Dutch Apple Pie Video

You can have it both ways after all—at least when it comes to apple desserts. This Dutch Apple Pie is one of our highest-rated recipes, combining everything you love about apple pie and everything you love about apple crisp into one wonderful dessert. It’s best served warm with a dollop of whipped cream or a big scoop of ice cream. This pastry crust is a scratch recipe that’s worth the extra trouble, but you’re intimidated by homemade pastry, you could also use a box of Betty Crocker™ Pie Crust Mix. Interestingly, the origins of Dutch Apple Pie go back all the way to the Middle Ages. It was (and still is in some parts of the world) a creamy, spiced apple filling with either a crumble or a lattice top. However, in the US it has come to mean a classic apple pie with a crumble topping like this one. Once you’ve mastered one crumble-topped pie, you might never go back. Try another like this popular Sugar Cookie Apple Cheesecake Pie that uses a pouch of Betty Crocker™ Sugar Cookie Mix to make the crust and topping.

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