Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars are quicker and tastier than apple pie! A buttery crust, topped with apples tossed with cinnamon, then sprinkled with streusel. A delicious drizzle of homemade salted caramel is added to make this dessert even more amazing!
If you make one dessert this fall you have got to make this recipe!! These Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars are beyond amazing. No joke, one of the best desserts I’ve ever had! The crazy thing about this recipe is it seems complicated. The recipe seems long but I was shocked how quick it was to make this! The longest part was slicing the apples. It was a cinch to put this together! I’m thinking this would be a perfect alternative to pie for Thanksgiving! It’s just like pie but SO much quicker!
My friend and I each doubled this recipe and took it to a church event. You wouldn’t believe how many compliments we got and everyone wanted the recipe! I’m telling you this dessert is one of the best you’ll ever have!
The layers in this desserts are perfect. A buttery crust, topped with apples tossed with cinnamon and a few other ingredients, then the perfect amount of streusel sprinkled on top. Then to take this dessert to another level you drizzle homemade salted caramel on top! It’s outstanding!
I’ve attempted making caramel before and have failed so I was nervous this time but was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to make and how perfect and tasty it turned out! Here is the recipe for the Homemade Salted Caramel.
You will love how simple it is to make this dessert and how outstanding it tastes! Everyone you share it with will think you are a rockstar in the kitchen!
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Make the crust:
Make the apple filling:
Make the streusel:
**Recipe may easily be doubled and baked in a 9x13 pan. Bake for about 35-40 minutes.
Slightly adapted from Sally’s Baking Addiction
*I recommend using 2 types of apple, half a tart variety like Granny Smith and half a sweeter variety.