Hey guys! I am kicking off apple week here on Beyond Frosting. I am pretty excited to be blogging during the fall season this year. I wrote my first post on Beyond Frosting on October 31st, 2012, so I am about a month and a half away from my one year blogiversary! Fall is my favorite season. Growing up in Vermont, it meant cooler days, changing leaves and the start of apple season. As a kid, I loved going to pick apples. They give you this long rake like thing with a bag attached to catch the apples off the trees. You run through line after line of apple trees while towing a wagon with dozens of apples that would turn into something yummy!
Today’s something yummy is Apple Pie Lasagna. This is insanely addicting. Just last week, I posted Pumpkin Pie Lasagna, and normally I would not post two similar recipes so close together, but the fact that these two desserts were some of best recipes that I think I have made in a long long time, I just couldn’t help myself. This dessert is really easy to put together and doesn’t require you to turn on the oven. I love apple pie filling, so I cooked mine on the stovetop, but you could use a can of pie filling if you choose.
The Apple Pie Lasagna consists of layers of graham cracker, a caramel brown sugar cream cheese, apple pie filling, whipped cream and chocolate toffee pieces. The caramel brown sugar cream cheese is to die for, I could shovel it in my mouth by the spoonful. I’m not saying that I did that or not, but I am just saying that you COULD. I love the chocolate toffee bites because it adds in a little bit of crunch with every bite. I used a 9×9” pan for this recipe. If you want to bake in a 9×13” pan, I suggest to double the recipe below.
Make sure you don’t miss Pumpkin Pie Lasagna!
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