Autumn Apple Pie Cookies

Good apple pies are a considerable part
of our domestic happiness.
- Jane Austen -

Apples remind me of the joys of autumn and these tasty apple pie cookies 
are the perfect way to welcome the days of sweet fall.

Here is the recipe, my friends. . .

2 pie crusts
caramel topping
10 oz apple pie filling {store bought or make your own}
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/4 cup sugar

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Spray a cookie sheet with nonstick spray and set aside.

Sprinkle some flour on the counter
and roll out the pie crusts
{you can use store bought pie crusts for a quicker cookie}

Spread a thin layer of caramel onto one crust.
Chop apples to make them smaller
and spread over the caramel.

Cut 1/2-inch strips out of the other crust
and use them to make a lattice; 
place the strips on top of the apples.
Using a round cookie cutter
cut out circles and place on the prepared cookie sheet.

Brush the tops with a bit of milk.
Combine the cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar
and sprinkle on top of the cookies.

Bake 25 - 35 minutes
or until golden brown.

These apple pie cookies taste incredible hot out of the oven.
The cookies can be stored in the refrigerator,
but I will mention that they tend to get soggy after only a couple of days in the fridge
due to the caramel and the juice from the apples.

Brew yourself some coffee
or make yourself a cup of hot tea
and simply enjoy the taste of autumn :)

Enjoy, dear friends.
Hugs and blessings to you!

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living from glory to glory said...

Good Happy Fall Morning...
God is so good to give us seasons in our life and in our days!
These look so yummy and I did Pin them to of course my cookies board!
Having a wonderful morning and blessing to you all!
Hugs and Hello's
Love, Roxy

Kerin said...

Well, for yummy!
Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Hope you are enjoying every single minute of this gorgeous and bountiful season :)



Those looks so GOOD! You make yummy treats and yet stay so in shape! Jealous!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

This looks delicious and I can see using other fillings as well. :-) I've been inspired.


Sarah said...


This looks like such a tasty idea! You made them so beautifully too. I hope to make canned apple pie filling soon, so this recipe would be a perfect idea to make!


Miss Val's Creations said...

Oh, apples and caramel! Such a perfect pairing! What a sweet Jane Austen quote.

Debbie Harris said...

Good Morning my dear!
I fist must say "ditto" to Val's comment. :-)
As you know,I have been hoping to make these delicious looking gems but just can't find the right evening to get it done. I want to make them at just the right time so they are fresh out of the oven for your dad. :-) oooh yum!

It kinda like a beautiful Autumn day ahead of us, enjoy it.

Love you~ Mom

Debbie Harris said...

Sigh..."Oooh bother" sigh...
Sorry about the typo error. :-)

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Stephanie, these look absolutely delicious and so remind me of my days in New Jersey growing up as the apples were ripening and we'd make delicious apple pies (with homemade crusts too in those days...hehe!). So yummy looking and beautiful as well! Hugs, sweet friend!

Oliva Ohlson said...

Yummy!!! They look so good and I bet they're delicious! Pinned. TFS
Hubby and I are planning a trip to go to a local apple orchard and pick some apples. I plan on baking my French Mile-High Apple Pie.

Marilyn Mathis said...

Your treat photos make my mouth water. These would be so special and easy to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Unknown said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe. Can't wait to give them a try. Have a blessed day.

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

What a perfect little recipe to share with friends and a nice cup of hot tea! I will be printing your recipe to use very soon! As always your pictures look almost as good as I'm sure the cookies taste! Yum! Have a beautiful and blessed day my dear friend! :)

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Loved the sweet Jane Austen quote, dear Stephanie! The cookies look so wonderful, and would be extra special if shared with you. Don't you just love Fall flavors and scents? xo

Anne Payne said...

Yummy!!! I want to come to your home for dessert ;-) Those look delicious! And I am not usually a fan of apple things but I could get into these. I'm making blueberry turnovers this afternoon.

Julie's Lifestyle said...

These look and sound so yummy! This is fall the perfect time to make them!

Sandi said...

That looks so good. I am tempted to make the pie crust from scratch...don't have any pie crusts in the fridge!

Debbie said...

Pretty cookies, I'll bet they are yummy!!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Oh my! These look too delicious! Pie is my favorite dessert and these are perfect for a nice cup of tea in the afternoon. Thank you for sharing and hope you have a lovely and blessed weekend, my Dear. Hugs xo Karen

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Oh my, apple, caramel and cinnamon.. my three favorite combo dessert ingredients! I will definitely try making these fabulous cookies. Thanks Stephanie. :)

God's Grace Overflows said...

My oh my...do these ever look delicious! Such a nice and simple treat to celebrate Autumn and all that it has to bring.
It's still pretty hot here, but the evenings are getting cool. I'm am hoping it will feel more like Autumn soon than the effects of Summer. Oy!
I hope you have a blessed day, Stephanie!
Blessings & Hugs,

God's Grace Overflows said...

My oh my...do these ever look delicious! Such a nice and simple treat to celebrate Autumn and all that it has to bring.
It's still pretty hot here, but the evenings are getting cool. I'm am hoping it will feel more like Autumn soon than the effects of Summer. Oy!
I hope you have a blessed day, Stephanie!
Blessings & Hugs,

Debby Ray said...

Oh...I totally agree with Jane Austen! My, my but these looks so very tasty...I love using pie crust for making cookies. Thank you for sharing this yummy recipes, Stephanie! Happy Thursday :)

Vee said...

Oh aren't they darling! Do they really taste like apple pie?

Jackie said...

No chance on 'em getting soggy in the frig here. Nope. They will be eaten. I am trying this recipe!! Thank you so much!

Jeanna said...

These sound so delicious and the lattice makes an adorable cookie! Thanks for the recipe, Stephanie.

Conniecrafter said...

Oh my they look delicious, but I have a few pounds I need to shed after our trip, I didn't stick to any diet, so I could enjoy myself and not be hung up on what I was eating.

Tamara said...

Hi Stephanie :)
I have missed you.. Your apple cookies look and sound so delicious. My family would really like these! Thank you for your sweet visit to my blog. And your kind words. <3 You're so sweet. Have a very blessed weekend dear friend.

Love and hugs,

Red Rose Alley said...

These apple pie cookies look scrumptious, Stephanie. I love anything apple in the Fall. I want to thank you for your kind words today. They mean so much to me. :)

love, ~Sheri

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I've never used pie crust to make cookies but one can't go wrong with miniature apple pie ones. These look delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe.
Our farmers' market is selling all kinds of apples I've never heard of, many Canadian varieties so I've been trying a few for pies and eating.

Esther Asbury said...

Mmmm they look so delicious.....perfect for a cool fall day!

Esther Asbury said...

Mmmm they look so delicious.....perfect for a cool fall day!

Faye Henry said...

Now they look simply delicious!! I would not dare to make them.. hahaha.. But I would love to make them to take to a party.. Everyone would love them. Thanks dear girl..xo

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Like little apple pies! You won me over with that alone!


Nikki said...

Those look sooo yummy! :) I think we may have to try them. I love fall. I just wish the weather was a little more fallish.

Linda Walker said...

This looks like another recipe I will have to try! I think I will make my own pie filling since it is apple season. I love little desserts that look pretty on a serving platter......for tea! Can't wait to try these!

Margie said...

What a brilliant idea to combine the yumminess of apple pies and cookies!

Dreaming of Vintage said...

Looks and sounds wonderfully delicious!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Stephanie, oh these cookies look so good. Thank you for sharing the recipe. The perfect fall cookie. I bet the aroma filled the house so nicely when they were baking.
Blessings to you, cm

Wanda said...

They almost look too pretty to eat. But, if I made a batch...I wouldn't have to worry about soggy....they would never get to the refrigerator..HaHa.

Your display is quite elegant.

Sending sugar coated hugs.

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies said...

I can't tell you how much my husband would love to open his lunch box and find these in their! Saving these for a surprise for him :)

Kim said...

These apple cookies do look rather delish, Stephanie. I will have to gather up some Granny Smiths and whip up a batch. Thank you for the recipe.

Daniela said...

I love apple pies, but I've never done or tasted littel cookies with apples, I'm going and try your recipe, my darling Stephanie, with much joy, these will be on our table Sunday afternoon, thank you with all my heart !

Be blessed


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning to you dearest Stephanie! Happy fall as we all experience a slow change. Our weather has been warm, storms and lots of rain, with hopes of a sensational show of color. Blessings to you!

Unknown said...

Hello from Spain: apple pie is tasty. Fabulous recipe,. Keep in touch

mamasmercantile said...

The taste of Autumn, apples in all its guises are part of the season. I love your recipe, thank you for sharing.

Sylvia said...

These looks so good and easy to make and I love easy, a must try for sure.
Have a great weekend,Stephanie!


Denise said...

will be trying these

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Well aren't these so cute AND delicious looking?! We just picked apples so I will have to give these a try!

Anna said...

Yummy....I love all desert with apple...they are so good !!!!!!
Have a delicious weekend !

quakerhillfarm said...

Oh, these look so Yummy! I love the dishes that you have used for the setting! So pretty! Blessings to you and have a wonderful weekend! Lynn

Kelly-Anne said...

Dearest friend! Oh, how scrumptious these little apple pie cookies look! They're the perfect tea time treat for Autumn...I will have to save your delightful recipe and try them when Autumn days come our way again...hmmm...there is something comforting about the smell of baking apples and cinnamon!
Have a truly blessed weekend, Stephanie!
Sending hugs and love!

Anonymous said...

mmmmm... gotta try this one.

JES said...

Wow, these look amazing Stephanie! I am pinning ;)

Barbara Neubeck said...

.. Hello Stephanie.. The cookies look wonderful... they wouldn't last long enough to go soggy in my house.....Thanks for the recipe..
Have a great day... Barb xxx

Robyn said...

Hi Stephanie,

Apples are one of the best things about Autumn, don't you think? And apple pie cookies are a dream treat! These look so tasty, my friend, and your pictures have me wishing so much I had some on my plate right now. Thanks for a delicious recipe!
Enjoy your weekend!

Gypsy Heart said...

I wish I had a couple of these with my coffee this morning! Definitely the scent and taste of fall! Thanks so much for sharing.


Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

These look magnificent! Such beautiful photos! And now I'm hungry LOL! Thanks so much for visiting my blog Stephanie! I'll be back tomorrow!

Jess said...

These look SO cute and SO delicious!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

AppleApricot Wen said...

Oh my they look yummy! I'm definitely going to try these, thanks for sharing dear friend! xxx

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Stephanie,
Thanks so much for sharing this awesome cookie recipe at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
We love having you.
Enjoy the week.
Julie xo

Unknown said...

Pie crust cookies are some of our favorite! Apples and caramel will just help us love them more. Pinning!

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Anything with apples wins my heart... well, except for the witch in Snow White!

JES said...

Stephanie, I had to * feature* these yummy cookies today on the Art of Home-Making Mondays :) Thank you for sharing them with us!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I don't know how I missed this recipe when you first posted it....it sounds wonderful! I love the idea of a bite size piece of apple pie!

Mimi said...

Stephanie, these just look to-die-for. I imagine them being light and crisp and melt in the mouth! Thanks for sharing this recipe at Five Star Frugal. You are so precious! Love, Mimi xxx

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Oh yum Stephanie, they sound delicious! Our family makes a pie square that is tasty, but the addition of caramel sounds yum! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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