Apple Pie Recipe
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Our daughter, Hope, is here again to share an Apple Pie Recipe. Take it away, Hope!
This homemade Apple Pie Recipe is a classic and a favorite dessert for any time of the year.
Of all the American classic foods, Apple Pie is king, or at least somewhere up at the top of the list, right? What’s better than a sweet warm slice of Apple Pie topped with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream? It doesn’t get much better than that in my book.
Plus, Apple Pie is the perfect dessert for any season, holiday and or occasion where dessert is welcome. While some of the pickiest eaters may pass on pecan or pumpkin pie (I may have once), who can say no to Apple Pie? Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a scrumptious dessert.
With so many different apple pie recipes out there and store bought variations, this homemade Apple Pie Recipe is great for the perfect, simple, classic pie.
Now let me tell you, when that pie comes out of the oven cinnamon and sugar smells wafting, your first instinct will be to dig in face first. I have no qualms with this, except that until your pie has completely cooled the ooey gooey factor is extreme. So by letting it cool first, your slice can make it to the plate and your mouth in one piece. If you would like to serve it warm, just microwave for a little bit before adding that scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Many thanks to Hope for sharing about one of our family’s favorite desserts, one that Hope herself has baked more than once. Yay, Hope! Yay for daughters that know how to bake! Yay for pie!
Enjoy this one, y’all. And happy baking!
Apple Pie Recipe
Apple Pie Recipe
This apple pie recipe is a classic favorite and easy to make.
- prepared 9-inch pie crust with top (2 piece pie crust)
- 1 stick butter (1/2 cup) + 1 tablespoon, divided
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 5 cups peeled and sliced Granny Smith apple
- Preheat oven to 350-degrees F.
- Prepare bottom shell pie crust, cover and refrigerate.
- Melt butter in a skillet or large saucepan over medium heat.
- Whisk in flour, add water, sugars, cinnamon and vanilla, stir to combine.
- Bring to a boil, reduce temperature to a simmer. Add the apples, and let simmer 5 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- In a small saucepan over medium-low heat, add 1/8 cup of the sauce from the other pan, plus the remaining tablespoon of butter, allow butter to melt, stir to combine, remove from heat, and set aside.
- Fill the pie crust with the apple mixture.
- Cover with top pie crust, crimping edges to hold together, cut slits in top to vent.
- Evenly spread/brush the glaze on the top pie crust.
- Bake for about 45-50 minutes or until golden brown.
This pie looks truly perfect. I just love it!
Beautiful apple pie Hope! That would be perfect for my breakfast this morning….
That definitely looks like perfect apple pie. Being gluten free and sugar free now, I’d still cheat for a little of that pie. (I don’t have an intolerance to them so it wouldn’t hurt me!) 😉
I know what you mean. Apple Pie is worth an extra lap or two around the block for me.
GORGEOUS!!! This looks amazing!
Hi, Hope! Thanks for the yummy recipe, Amy! 🙂
You prob should have said reserve some sauce before you said add the apples. Had I known I would have had glaze for top. Confusing but it looks good. We’ll see!
I actually made this pie and it’s delicious and easy. I was excited to try my kitchenAid spiralizer and my apples were ratherr uniform, i must say (????).
I’m not a baker so i thot glazing the crust was a great tip.
Now at the ripe old age of 66 i can finally bake a decent apple pie. Bless you, Amy, for sharing a great recipe!
So happy to hear it, Judy!
I made this pie recipe, and it turned out amazing! I used Martha Stewarts crust recipe and that also turned out amazing. Will deff be making again!
So good! And I used your crust 🙂 it’s basically picture perfect and it’s so easy too
I made your delicious apple pie. I used york apples which are a wonderful pie apple. They were so juicy that the pie filling did not thicken quite enough. Overall though, it was one of the best apple pies I have eaten. Any suggestions on how I could thicken the filling a little more.
To thicken add a sprinkle of flour or cornstarch to the filling.