Apple pie, is America’s favorite. Packed full of cinnamon-coated apples in a thick caramel glaze makes it positively delicious. This homemade Caramel Apple Pie Filling makes it so easy to make your own.
If you love apple pie – this caramel apple pie filling will be your new favorite fall recipe. It’s simple, easy and so delicious. Definitely the perfect way to use up all those apples from the orchard.
I have mentioned before that the hubs grew up in an orchard. It’s actually this gorgeous little place called Apple Hill. Imagine it…..fall colors everywhere, orchards lining every street you turn down & the smell of apple pie is a constant aroma.
Yes – it was wonderful for him growing up. So it’s no wonder that I have had to perfect my apple & cinnamon recipes through the years. Things like this Caramel Apple Pie Filling make it so easy to whip up something for him that tastes just like home.
I love spending a couple hours on a Saturday peeling & coring a ton of apples & making several batches of this. I keep a jar in the fridge all through the fall season- the extra jars keep in the freezer.
That way they are ready when one jar runs out. It’s so great for adding on top of ice cream, making pastries or whipping up a quick apple pie. Sometimes I even let the kids add it to their oatmeal or yogurt in the morning. It’s FABULOUS!
Be sure to check out my Easy Sweet Potato Pie recipe too!
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Caramel Apple Pie Filling
- 7 peeled- diced apples
- 3 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 cup packed brown sugar
- 2 tbsp ground cinnamon
- 1 tsp ground nutmeg
- 3 tbsp cornstarch
- 1/3 cup water
- Dice apples & toss with lemon juice in medium – large bowl.
- In separate bowl- combine brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg & cornstarch- whisk to combine. Set aside.
- Transfer apples to 2 qt saucepan, add water & heat over med-high heat about 8 minutes.
- Some of the apples will break down into a thick liquid like sauce but you will still have some apple chunks.
- Add your dry mixture & whisk to combine & incorporate well.
- Heat & stir constantly until mixture thickens – about 2 minutes.
- Remove from heat & let sit 5 minutes before transferring to your jars.
- Store in refrigerator or freeze.
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