Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce
I am a huge fan of apple desserts and I always enjoy fall and early winter with their huge selection of apples to use in them. Some of my favourite apple treats include apple crisps and apple pies so when I came across a recipe that combined the two an served them up in pizza form as an apple crisp pizza on The Girl Who Ate Everything I knew that I would have to try it! The basic idea is that a pie crust is rolled out like a pizza dough and topped with a layer apples coated in cinnamon and then topped in a layer of rolled oat crumble. Not only is this recipe amazing but it is dead simple to make once you have your pie crust! Really the hardest part is peeling and dicing the apples! If all of this was not enough, the finished product is smothered in caramel sauce and the apple and caramel flavour combination is simply divine! You will have to excuse me while I go and warm up a another slice!

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce
Of course the apple crisp pizza smothered in caramel sauce is even better with a melting scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce
I am terribly sorry to report that the slice of apple crisp pizza did not survive the photoshoot!

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce

Apple Crisp Pizza with Caramel Sauce

Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Servings: 6

Tender apples and cinnamon with a rolled oat crumble topping served pizza style on rolled out pie crust. It like a combination of apple crisp apple pie and an apple pizza all rolled up into one and then smothered in caramel!

  • 4 medium apples, peeled and cut into 1/4 inch pieces
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice (1/2 a lemon)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 pie crust
  • 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup butter, melted
  • 1/2 cup caramel sauce
  1. Toss the apples in the lemon juice.
  2. Mix the sugar, flour and cinnamon in a large bowl and toss with apples.
  3. Roll the pie crust out to a 12 inch circle and fold a bit of the edge under so that there is a raised outer circle.
  4. Place the apple mixture onto the pie crust in a single layer.
  5. Mix the flour, sugar, oats, cinnamon and butter in a large bowl until it forms crumbs and sprinkle them over the apples.
  6. Bake in a preheated 350F/180C oven until the top is golden brown and the apples are tender, about 30-40 minutes.
  7. Serve warm topped with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.


Maria said...

I posted a similar dessert today! Love your pizza! WIll be trying it soon!

little kitchie said...

looks absolutely delicious! i made a similar recipe using regular pizza dough years ago. this is making me crave it again!

vanillasugarblog said...

I saw that too!
I almost made that today in fact with a little kick up.
Kevin I need to get one of those umbrellas, now that it's fall/winter here our light is almost nil.

Theodore Wanberg said...

Thank you Kevin, a great sounding recipe. Not only do I enjoy your recipes, but I love your photography. Your slave flash set-up will be adapted to my food photography.

Tracey Whitney said...

Oh my goodness! I can't wait to do this!

Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar said...

This it such an awesome idea! Love this dessert :)

Seattle Stinehours said...

Wow, talk about timing. Apple crisp is what I planned to make for our (US) Thanksgiving, but wanted to give it a little twist. An apple crisp pizza is absolutely perfect.

Thanks, as always, for your wonderful recipes.

Blue Ridge Mountains said...

Wow, another way to enjoy apples. Never have enough. Thank

Cookin' Canuck said...

Kevin, this is brilliant! What a fun way to mix up apple pie.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love the idea! This sweet pizza must taste divine.



Joanne said...

I love this super fun way to enjoy apple pie! Plus somehow it seems lighter than regular apple that means I can eat more of it!

Kelly Siew said...

Yummy! What a creative dessert pizza! :D

Cara said...

You're killing me! I want a slice for breakfast, stat. Thanks for the photography setup too, it's always great to get inspiration from others.

xflashinLITESx said...

looks so oyum... I love your recipes on here... I always get different ideas on things to make.. very inspiring!

Loretta E. said...

So thin and delicious looking! The is one of the only things I like to eat ice cream with...

Restaurant in kuwait said...

Thank you Kevin, a great sounding recipe. Not only do I enjoy your recipes, but I love your photography. Your slave flash set-up will be adapted to my food photography.

Commercial Gazebos said...

Dish looks delicious.

Anonymous said...

This dessert looks delicious!

Culinary Cory said...

I'm always looking for new ways to reinvent apple crisp. This sounds awesome!

... tc said...

This is wonderful. I added crumbled bacon to the apples and substituted bacon fat for the melted butter. Turned out perfectly.

Blue Ridge Mountains said...

I made this for lunch dessert today. The guys thought it was yummy.

Kevin said...

... tc: I should have thought of adding bacon! Great idea!

Anonymous said...

I made this for a dinner party the other night and it was fantastic. I did have to bake it for 10 minutes longer than stated but it came out looking great. Great taste, texture and couldn't be easier to make. A few people decided to do without the caramel and they added vanilla ice cream. Either way it was a winner.

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