A classic apple pie is a thing of pure beauty, but who has the time to peel, slice, and prep every time they get a craving? Get that flaky, crunchy, ooey, gooey texture of an apple pie you love in cookie form without the hard work! It’s so good that you’ll want to grab one for now and maybe a few more for later.
The best apple to use when making apple cookies is one with a sugary-sweet flavor. Remember that baking is involved as well, so an apple that can hold up in high heat is key. Fuji apples are full of sweetness and taste like fresh apple cider, but if tart is more your style then Granny Smith apples are the way to go. Piñata® and Golden Delicious follow that sugary-sweet flavor to a tee, but if you still can’t decide, use a mix to create your own delicious combo!
- If you have kiddos, create a little assembly line and get them involved in the process. They’ll love to dip, cut and crimp.
- Want to impress your friends? Bring apple cookies to your next gathering and look like a modern day Martha Stewart.