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When Thanksgiving comes to mind, I get flooded with so many thoughts and ideas of new recipes and old and how I can switch up a recipe.
First what I think of are the classic recipes. Such as apple pie, pumpkin pie, cheesecake, pecan pie, etc.
There are so many classic delicious recipes that I do not eat year round so I can enjoy them thoroughly during the fall season, especially on Thanksgiving day. I stuff my face with pies and desserts and I think I enjoy that more than the actual dinner. As much as I love classic apple pie, year after year it can get a little, well, plain.
It makes me want to switch it up and enjoy it in a new way. That is when I started looking up new ways to enjoy apple pie and I came across this recipe.
It is truly unlike any I have ever tried. On top of the regular apple pie, the author of this recipe has literally poured up to an entire jar of caramel all over the top with lots of nuts over it. It is truly unlike any other pie I have tried.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network.
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Quick Tip: Be certain to completely grease the pie dish before putting the crust over it. If you think it’s good, add some more.