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Simple Apple Pie Recipes for Fall | Cozy Homemaking

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Fall would not be fall without eating an apple pie at least once. And every homemaker needs a good apple pie recipe that she feel confident making. Today I’m sharing a few delicious apple pie recipes for fall I think you’ll love.

Years ago we planted an apple tree in our front yard and we’ve never gotten a good harvest off of it which makes me sad! This year, however, I tried something new – I pinched off some of the apples in hopes that the apples left would grow bigger.

And it worked! Unfortunately, the apples still weren’t very pretty. But they were bigger. I’ll have to learn more about apple trees for next year. Apples are so yummy!

I love making my home feel cozy and treating all of the senses is part of cozy homemaking. When you bake an apple pie not only do you have something yummy to taste, it fills the house with a delicious aroma, and you get to feast with your eyes long before you take that first bite.

And when you serve your family a special treat like homemade apple pie – however easy it was to make – you can bet they feel loved. Homemaking isn’t about perfection. It’s about creating a space where your family can live, learn, and grow. A space where they feel loved and accepted and cared for.

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8 Simple Apple Pie Recipes for Fall

Making homemade apple pie is such a treat and it doesn’t have to be intimidating. I chose to share these apple pie recipes for fall with you because they are easy recipes anyone can master. Let’s take a look at a few simple recipes that you can try this fall.

More apple recipes you might enjoy:

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