Pumpkin Pie Apple Crisp

 It’s that time of year again… FALL!! Which means fall baking… PUMPKIN and APPLE! Yup, I love everything apple and pumpkin and have been drooling over my newsfeed for days, so it was time to get baking.  This fall dessert combines two of our favorites. Pumpkin Pie and Apple Crisp!
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When I first mentioned making this to my husband he was skeptical… actually so was I, but I love Apple Crisp… and I love Pumpkin Pie, so why not combine them into one big happy family?
The result was HEAVENLY!!!

I love having both pumpkin and apple in every bite. You might be skeptical of this combo, but if you like both of these flavors you will love it!

 Ok… let’s make one of these mouth watering desserts.
Pumpkin Pie Apple Crisp
  • 1 pie crust (I used the just add water box kind, but you can also use an unbaked frozen one or use your favorite recipe from scratch.
  • Layer 1
  • 1 cup pumpkin pie filling
  • ¼ c. evaporated milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp pie spice
  • Layer 2
  • 4 apples (peeled and chopped)
  • ½ c. brown sugar
  • ¼ c. white sugar
  • 1 TBS cinnamon
  • Layer 3
  • ¼ c. brown sugar
  • ½ c. oats
  • ¼ c. melted butter
  1. Heat oven to 375
  2. 1. Mix all the layer 1 ingredients together and put into an unbaked pie crust. Bake for 10 min.
  3. 2. Take out of the oven (will still be soft) cool for 10 min.
  4. 3. Mix chopped apples with sugar and cinn. Put on top of the pumpkin trying not to disturb the pumpkin too much.
  5. 4. Mix the layer 3 ingredients together and drop small bits of the crumble mix on top of the apples.
  6.   Put back into the oven for another 35-45 min until the crumble begins to brown and the apples are soft.
This is how it looked unbaked.


The baked result. At this point I still wasn’t sure how it would taste…
  On first bite… I was in love… with the pie (and my husband!)
and I think its pretty nice to look at too!
Yum!!!! I may never go back…

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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} , one equally crazy daughter and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!

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  1. Thank you for hosting! Apple and pumpkin seem like a great combination!

  2. Thank you for featuring my Arachnophobia Wreath. And thanks for hosting a great party!

  3. Katie Drane says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my apple pie! Looking forward to a great party:)


  4. Joan Hayes says:

    Thanks for hosting, your crisp sounds wonderful!

  5. Thanks for hosting! Have a great week,

  6. The Alchemist says:

    Emily, thanks so much for hosting! Your pie looks and sounds wonderful.

    I’ve linked up my banana pudding with nilla wafer crumble.


    I wish you a fabulous week!

    Melissa @ The Alchemist

  7. Thank you for hosting!

  8. carpe diem says:

    Thank you for featuring my Penguin costumes!
    We don’t celebrate Halloween in Croatia, but we do have very festive season of Carnival when we dress up a lot!
    I am posting some other costumes righ now. Hope you’ll like them as well :)

  9. Thanks for hosting! I shared an extremely easy recipe for Sesame Honey candy and so good.


  10. Oh YUM!!

  11. I love pumpkin and apple together – one year I made a pumpkin apple pie. This crisp looks delicious!!!

  12. Thank you so much for featuring me! I hope you enjoy the recipe! :)

  13. Tanya-Lemonsforlulu.com says:

    That pie looks AMAZING!!! And I love those penguin costumes!!!! Thanks for hosting! Have a great week!

  14. Thanks for the great party. I pinned your yummy recipe.

  15. Im so glad you liked my chicken dish – thank you for the feature!

  16. Thanks for hosting – we love a great party – oh such yummy creations!

  17. Thanks for hosting a great link party & telling me about it! Have a wonderful week :)

  18. Thanks so much for featuring my mummy doll! I’m so glad you liked it!

  19. thanks for hosting. Have a great week! I just love fall!

  20. I’m sharing the recipes I am made last week. There is an apple sauce using just apples. I plan to use it as baby food as well as adult food. http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/2012/10/sugar-free-apple-sauce-is-easy-and.html

    Also a recipe for Vegetarian Tempeh Indian Curry. This is in no way authentic, just a couple different recipes I mixed together inspired by friends. It’s perfect for these cool autumn days. http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/2010/02/vegetarian-tempeh-curry-indian-recipe.html
    Thanks for hosting!

    I hope you’ll share with us at our link party too! I co-host Eat Make Grow Thursdays.

    Stop on by if you get the chance:


  21. Thanks so much for hosting!

    Linked up my post ‘Bacon and Cauliflower Frittata’

    Super yummy!



  22. What an awesome combo! It’s the best of fall : )

    Thanks for sharing at Mealtime Monday!


  23. Hi, Emily! Yummm! Two of the best Fall desserts ever, rolled into one… I’ll definitely be trying the pumpkin pie apple crisp! Popped over from Met Monday and newly linking up with the party this week. Now following you on FB, Linky and GFC, too. Thanks so much for hosting and have an awesome week! ~Mary

  24. Thanks so much for featuring my canisters!!! Have a great week!

  25. Hi Emily, thanks for hosting, your pumpkin pie, apple crisp sound yummy.

  26. Your dessert would be perfect for my son. He is so indecisive. Since you’ve combined the two, there’s no choosing.

    Thank you for hosting. I linked a Chocolate fudge cake to celebrate 4 years of blogging.

  27. Two fabulous fall desserts in one! Genius! Thanks for hosting…

  28. Thanks for linking to Make the Scene Monday, you are being featured later this evening!

  29. This looks so good I think I can smell it right through my monitor. 😀 Thanks for sharing on BeColorful’s Motivated Monday

  30. I really enjoyed this site. This is such a Great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. It gives in depth information. Thanks for this valuable information.

  31. G’day Looks delicious Emily, true!
    I would only eat this on days that ends in Y too! :)
    Cheers! Joanne


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