Baked Fried Apple Pie

This is another easy and simple apple dessert recipe that can be made for two or ten.  There are only two main ingredients of biscuits and apples, plus butter and spices that will turn an apple into dessert in less than 30 minutes.

Biscuit baked fried apple pie

  • 1 apple for 2 1/2 piesBaked_Fried_Apple_Pie
  • Flaky can biscuits (2 biscuits per pie)
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons brown sugar per pie
  • 1 pat of butter per pie
  • Cinnamon & sugar
  1. Start by breaking open a package of layer biscuits. 
  2. Peel, core, slice an apple (1 apple is enough for 2 1/2 desserts.  Drop the slices in a bowl with some cinnamon/sugar and stir them around so they are lightly coated.
  3. Sprinkle some sugar on a board or counter.
  4. Roll out or use your hands to pat out a circle (or football shape for a “super” party dessert) about 4-5” wide on the sugar.
  5. Place several apple slices in the center of the biscuit, leaving a 1/2” border.
  6. Layer on the apples 1 1/2 Tablespoon of brown sugar,
  7. A light sprinkle of the cinnamon/sugar, and
  8. 1 pat of butter.
  9. Take a second biscuit that is patted out about the same size as the bottom and lay over the top of everything.
  10. Press the edges together with the bottom biscuit.
  11. Brush melted butter over the top biscuit and sprinkle on some more cinnamon sugar.
  12. Line a cookie sheet with foil and spray with oil.  Bake the pies 20-25 minutes at 325° F. 


  1. Oh man! Mandy will love this. Pinning too!

  2. Looks great. Pinning. Linda Crafts a la Mode

  3. Pinned this because I must try it!

  4. Oh. My. Word. These look AMAZING! Visiting from DBB... and definitely pinning!! :)

    ~Emily from Huckleberry Love

  5. I'm totally pinning these for the fall, when we have bags upon bags of apples and I start running out of ideas! #DBB

  6. My kids would gobble these up! Pinning :)

  7. That is so tricky! Love it! Thanks for sharing at Take it on Tuesday!

  8. Holy those look yummy! Pinning!


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