The varieties of apples that are best for baking include Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, McIntosh and Mutsu apples. Granny Smith apples are the most commonly used variety in baking. More »

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Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Mutsu (also known as Crispin), Cortland and Gala are all types of apples suitable for baking. The Granny Smith is the most famous and readily available of these. More »

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Better Homes and Gardens recommends using Braeburn, Jonagold, Jonathan or Granny Smith apple varieties for baked apple recipes. These varietals are preferred because they hold their shape and retain their flavor when coo... More »

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The types of apples that taste best in apple pie include Macintosh, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Mutsu, and Pink Lady. These apples have both the right consistency and great taste when baked. More »

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Granny Smith, McIntosh and Honeycrisp apples are usually the best choices for baking classic apple pies. Each of these types of apples can be used alone or in combination with another type for optimal flavor and texture. More »

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Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Mutsu (also known as Crispin), Cortland and Gala are all types of apples suitable for baking. The Granny Smith is the most famous and readily available of these. More »

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Food Network has a simple and easy-to-follow baked apple French toast recipe that can be made with McIntosh or Granny Smith apples. The recipe also adds bananas for extra flavor. More »

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