Apple Pie Lasagna

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If you're looking for a no-bake dessert for your potluck, look no further. This No-Bake Apple Pie Lasagna is all you need. 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.

This Apple Pie Lasagna is a no-bake icebox cake that will be your new favorite desserts. Layers of graham cracker, brown sugar cream cheese, whipped cream and plenty of apple pie filling. It’s topped off with caramel and toffee. Seriously, put on your stretchy pants for this one! This is the original Apple Pie Lasagna. 

This post has been updated in 2016.

If you love no-bake recipes, be sure to check out my cookbook, No-Bake Treats! 

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This Apple Pie Lasagna is a no-bake icebox cake that will be your new favorite desserts. Layers of graham cracker, brown sugar cream cheese, whipped cream and plenty of apple pie filling. It's topped off with caramel and toffee. Seriously, put on your stretchy pants for this one!

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 mom would turn into something yummy! Sometimes I still ask my Dad to send me macintosh apple from Vermont.

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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’ve EVER made, I just couldn’t help myself. This dessert is really easy to put together and doesn’t require you to turn on the oven, meaning that is it NO-BAKE!

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.

This No-Bake Apple Pie Lasagna is all you need. Layers of graham crackers, apple pie filling, brown sugar caramel and whipped cream. There's also plenty of caramel to go around. This icebox cake never disappoints.

I love apple pie filling, so I cooked mine on the stovetop, but you could use a can of pie filling if you choose. This is my go-to stovetop stovetop apple pie filling, which I use time and time again. It’s best to make the apple pie filling in advance so it can col completely.

I originally used a deep dish 9×9” pan for this recipe, it was 3-inches deep and the filling came over the top. Therefore I do recommend that you make it in a 9-inch by 13-inch pan, which I have done time and time again. You’ll also be able to serve a large crowd.

The key to a no-bake dessert like this is to build your layers with structure. What does this even mean? It means laying out your graham crackers in the most efficient way. Larger pieces are definitely better, and when it comes to adding the smaller ones, I use a serrated knife to cut them down.

How to make an icebox cake

Your graham crackers will soften in the refrigerator, but that’s what we want them to do! That way when you cut into this icebox cake, the graham crackers will be a cake-like texture. I also like to spread the layers as evenly as possible, and press the apples into the cream cheese layer below so that the crackers sit evenly. Usually on the second layer, I try and rotate the graham crackers so they are no all facing the same direction. Again, this helps to add stability and structure to the layers.

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.

This recipe is SO good, that I decided it had to be in my cookbook. No-Bake Treats features 80 no-bake recipes including cheesecakes, icebox cakes, layered desserts, frozen treats, bars and snacks and puddings and parfaits. Every recipe has a color photo with easy to follow instruction.

I am not even kidding when I tell you this is the first thing to disappear off the dessert table. Don’t wait for fall, this dessert is good ALL year long!

 

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If you love no-bake recipes, be sure to check out my cookbook, No-Bake Treats!

If you're looking for a no-bake dessert for your potluck, look no further. This No-Bake Apple Pie Lasagna is all you need. 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.

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Apple Pie Lasagna

  • Author: Julianne Bayer
  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 20 mins
  • Yield: 8-10

Ingredients

For the pie filling:

  • 56 medium apples, peeled and sliced.
  • Juice from1 lemon
  • 2 tbsp All-purpose flour
  • 1/2 C Packed light brown sugar
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp Apple pie spice
  • 2 tbsp Maple syrup

For the cream cheese filling:

  • 8 oz Cream cheese, softened
  • 1 C Powdered sugar
  • 2 tbsp Brown sugar
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1/2 C Heavy Cream
  • 1/2 tsp Pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp Caramel
  • 8 oz Cool Whip

For the lasagna:

  • 23 pkg Graham Crackers
  • 8 oz Cool Whip.
  • 1 C Heath milk chocolate toffee bites

Instructions

Prepare the pie filling first:

  1. Peel and slice your apples into small pieces; about the size of a dime. Place in a medium size saucepan. Squeeze the juice from a whole lemon over the apples.
  2. Add all of your dry ingredients: flour, brown sugar, cinnamon and apple pie spice. Mix all ingredients well and then add maple syrup.
  3. Using a saucepan on medium-high heat, cook the apples for about 15-18 minutes until they begin to brown and bubble. Remove from heat and cool completely. Refrigerate if necessary.
  4. While the pie filling is cooking, prepare the cream cheese filling. Allow cream cheese to come to room temperature, or soften in the microwave for 15 seconds.

To prepare the cream cheese batter:

  1. Beat cream cheese on medium-high speed with a wire whisk attachment until light and fluffy. Turn off mixer and add dry ingredients: powered sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon. Beat into cream cheese.
  2. Add heavy whipping cream and vanilla extract. Beat on medium-high speed until whipping cream is fully mixed into cream cheese. Add caramel sauce last and mix into batter.
  3. Add cool whip and beat on medium speed until mixture is well combined. Divide into thirds.

To assemble the lasagna:

  1. Cover the bottom of a 9-inch by 13-inhc pan with graham crackers. You can break the crackers into pieces in order to get into the nooks and crannies.
  2. Cover the graham crackers with a layer of the cream cheese batter and spread evenly. Spoon half of the apple pie filling over cream cheese and gently press into the mouse. Add a small handful of toffee chips on top. Repeat this twice so that you end up with three layers of mousse, 3 layers of graham crackers and 2 layers of apple pie filling. The top layer will be mousse.
  3. Cover the top layer of Cool Whip with additional toffee bites and drizzle with caramel.
  4. I suggest to allow at least two hours in the fridge for the graham crackers to soften. Store in an air tight container and keep refrigerated. Best served cold.
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108 Responses
  1. Diedra

    Since we are gluten free, I made this using cornstarch instead of the flour, gluten free graham crackers and used just whipped cream instead of cool whip. Out of this World good!! Tfs

  2. Anne

    Hi,
    My step-daughter was sent away to a Christian school last week and she said the food is ok, so I’ve been looking for a recipe that she can share with her new friends, and the apple pie lasagna sounds perfect. I’m looking forward to making it and feel sure I’ll get another request for it later. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Lizzie

    You had me until the cool whip. It’s full of chemicals. Can whipped cream successfully be substituted or will it change consitency while being chilled or if the whole pan isn’t eaten immediately? Thanks.

    1. Beyond Frosting

      Hi Lizzie. I understand your concerns. I think that you can try to substitute a homemade whipped cream, but since that is a lighter consistency, it will change the consistency of cream cheese filling.

  4. Jackie

    To late now…as its already chilling in the fridge (YUMMM!!!) But, to clarify, was I suppose to double up the gram layer, each time? Or just for the very first layer?
    Thanks!!!!

    1. Beyond Frosting

      Hi Dee, in the recipe, I suggested 9×9 for a deep dish dessert. You can absolutely make this in a 9×13″ pan. If you are feeding a large crowd, I would suggest to double the recipe for a 9×13″ pan.

  5. Beencookingforever

    Hi! Thanks for removing the word “sugar” and updating the cool whip. That will help future cooks with this delicious recipe! A larger pan might be helpful as not to miss any of the scrumptious ingredients!

    1. Beyond Frosting

      Thanks for letting me know. I appreciate it when people ask questions so no one is confused! Sometime I work too quickly and even my editor missed things every once in awhile! Enjoy!

      1. Pam

        Hi; this sounds really tasty, but I have a question; when you state in the recipe to cut your apples the size of a dime, do you mean how thin they should be? Seems like a stupid question, but I can’t imagine making all the apple pieces the size of a dime!

        1. Beyond Frosting

          HAHA! Thanks for asking Pam! You’re right, that would be hard! No, I just mean about the size of a dime in width. I think the point is just to cut them up small so they cook down and you don’t have overly large apple pieces in your dessert.

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