Apple Pie Recipe

Apple Pie is a type of fruit pie with sweet baking apple mixture as filling. I think that this pie does not need any introduction, since it has become one of the most popular pies around. This apple pie recipe is simple and straightforward. You will surely love the result. You might be enjoying Apple Pie since you were a child, but do you know which apple varieties are used to make this delightful pie? There are specific apple varieties that are recommended to be used in making Apple Pie; they are often called baking apples. Baking apples are usually crisp and acidic, but not too sweet. Baking Bites lists some of the baking apples that you can use. This apple pie recipe uses Granny Smith apples. Are you ready to make your own Apple Pie? I’m sure you are. If you have any doubts about anything, forget all about it. It does not mean that you need to have extensive cooking or baking experience in order for you to make a good one. You should be fine as long as you know how to mix ingredients and use the oven. Let this apple pie recipe and video be your guide.

Enjoy this Apple Pie recipe and let me know your progress. Drop a comment if you need some clarification.

Apple Pie Recipe


  • 2 Pastry doughs
  • 1/2 cup butter, divided
  • 3 tablespoons flour
  • 1/2 cup granulated white sugar
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 6 to 8 pieces baking apples (granny smith’s); peeled, cored, and sliced
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg

Watch the cooking video:

Cooking Procedure

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine apples, sugars, flour, nutmeg, and cinnamon then mix well.
  3. Set 1 pastry dough on a round cake or pie pan then put-in the apple mixture and arrange.
  4. Distribute butter on top of the apple mixture.
  5. Cover with the second pie crust then seal the edges.
  6. Bake for 15 minutes then reduce heat to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and bake for another 40 to 45 minutes.
  7. Remove from the oven and serve.
  8. Share and enjoy!

Number of servings (yield): 6


  1. Natalia says

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  2. Donna says

    Just made this apple pie and it was really really good.. The best I’ve eaten so far, although the pastry did sticked in the baking pan. I should have maybe put a butter before putting the dough. And the egg wash is not in the lists of ingredients but lucky I did watch the step by step video. But nevertheless, its really delicious.. Thanks..

  3. Beth Bowman says

    I made this today and my husband loved it. I served it with vanilla ice cream and it was really, really good.

  4. Leah says

    hi! thank you for your recipes. its really thoughtful of you to share them to your followers. i’ve already tried your version of beef salpicao and it was great! i’d probably stop eating at Tenderbob’s because i can now make my own beef salpicao! =)
    by the way, can you please share your recipe for Pecan Pie? the best Pecan Pie i’ve ever tried is the one from Mamou Restaurant in Serendra, Taguig. your profile says you’re based in Chicago. i do hope though that you’d dine at Mamou soon.. their Pecan Pie is really superb! — but very expensive..
    Pecan Pie Recipe please!
    Also, can i use crushed graham pie crust for pecan pie? & should i bake the pie crust or is it ok to just refrigerate it?

  5. christian allarde says

    I think Apple Pie is the king of all pies. Also I do believe if a person can make a really good Apple Pie I think you’ve got it made as a good cook. What I look for in a good Apple pie is first the butterness of the crust I like it flaky not crumbly. The Apples have to be nicely spiced that you can really taste it. When you can taste all that then you know you will be eating very yummy Apple Pie. And that’s when you can tell a true Apple Pie then top it with Vanilla Ice Cream Yummy.Thank you

  6. Maila says

    Hi! My son loves Mc Donalds’ apple pie. Is there any chance you know how to make it?

  7. laine says

    elow kuya vanjo…tnx 4 posting anoder recipe…101% im gonna try this recipe…just like i did on ur other recipe…ask q lng ung crust ni2 pwde dn ba gwin ung procedure ng pgwa ng crust ng buko pie? instead of using glass dish cn i use d normal pan na lng just lyk i used on buko pie? tnx

  8. Francesca says

    Have been following your site for quite sometime. I enjoyed and thanks a lot for sharing as its real helpful.
    Can you please give measurement in grams too? Ingredients like butter is easier to weigh in grams than cup. Thks.

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