It’s a moderately priced restaurant in Walt Disney World with a lot of personality.
It has a fun atmosphere your whole family will enjoy, and of course you’ll have to try the Disney’s Apple Caramel Pie for dessert.
You will love the sugar cookie bottom, apple filling with cinnamon spices, a delicous crunchy topping and then coated with caramel.
It would be perfect for your Thanksgiving and holiday dinner dessert. And the best part is that it’s so very easy to make.
The best part about this Disney’s Apple Caramel Pie is the secret ingredient crust. It’s cookie dough!
How to make Disney’s Apple Caramel Pie:
Step 1: Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly spray a 10 inch springform pan or a pan similar to that size with an edge.
Step 2: Mix the cookie dough and flour in a bowl until combined well.
Step 3:Press into the bottom of the pan and go up the side of the pan about 3/4 inch. Make sure it’s completely covered with no holes.
Step 4: In a mixing bowl toss the apples with sugar, flour, and apple pie spice and then turn into the prepared crust and carefully spread out evenly. Drizzle 3/4 cup caramel topping over the apple mixture.
Step 5: Cover with aluminum foil and cook for about 45 minutes.
Step 6: While the pie is baking, combine flour, brown sugar, sugar, vanilla and apple pie spice.
Step 7: Cut in the butter mixture and mix until if forms a wet crumb mixture.
Step 8: Remove pie from oven and take off the foil. Sprinkle crumb mixture over the warm pie.
Step 9: Bake in the oven and do not cover.
Continue baking for another 15 to 20 minutes or until the topping is lightly browned.
Step 10: Allow the pie to cool and then remove springform pan sides. When ready to serve slice the pie and then drizzle with additional caramel topping.
Don’t have a Spring Form Pan?
Not to worry. You could also make mini pies in a muffin tin. Lightly spray your muffin tin with non stick cooking spray.
Follow the recipe as directed but change the cooking time. You will want to cook for 25 to 30 minutes or until the edges begin to golden. Watch carefully to be sure you don’t overcook.