Caramel Pecan Apple Crisp Rings were so good we had dessert before dinner……cause we can…..these were too tasty to wait. Plus they are cute as hell!!!!!
Apples are finally in season …..they are truly my favorite fruit. I eat an apple a day…….not sure it keeps the Dr. away?
I have a fabulous recipe for apple crisp that I have had for years. It was originally a microwave recipe, that I modified and used all the time.
I think the pecans in the topping make the recipe. So, how could I revamp an already great recipe to make it even better????
So glad you asked………make them individual and add caramel…….they are truly too die for! A cross between apple crisp and apple pie!
I must admit that I saw the mason ring idea on Pinterest……brilliant!
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Kit Kat Pie
Kit Kat candy bars are the star of this Kit Kat Pie. With a rich, sweet, dense, and chewy filling, in a flaky pie crust. Garnished with whipped topping ……and more candy!!!!!!
If you have been following us here at What the “Forks for Dinner”? you know Tim and I love desserts……….it’s the point of the whole meal…..just saying.
We also love candy bars! One of my favorite desserts is my Butterfinger Pie. I have made this pie for years and always gotten rave reviews. After we posted it I actually had a local person contact me and ask if I would make him some of the pies for an event at work. I did and they loved it!
So, how do you improve on what you think is perfection…..you try another candy bar. Kit Kat Bars were the perfect candy switch up for the Butterfinger Pie.
We tried it…..we loved it…….so break yourself off a piece of that Kit Kat Pie for your next dessert!!!!
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 cup water
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 2 – 12-ct. packages Kit Kat snack size candy bars coarsely chopped /divided
- 1 unbaked pie shell ( I buy the pre made but you can make your own)
- Beat eggs lightly in a large bowl. Mix in water, sugar, flour, and salt until well combined. Stir melted butter into batter. Cool slightly, mix in 18 of the chopped candy bars.
- Meanwhile pre-heat oven to 350*. Pour filling into pie shell. Bake for 45 minutes or until filling barely set. Cool on wire rack. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Garnish with whipped topping and remaining 6 candy bars.