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Warm Apple Pie

Yummy Apple Pie
Crust
2 cups sifted flour
2/3 cup butter
1/4 tsp salt
5-7 tablespoons cold water
cut butter into flour until crumbly add salt and water until dough forms. roll out into two 9inch rounds.(i discovered my butter had gone bad when i started cutting it in so i had to use store bought dough..very sad…)
Filling
5-6 apples peeled and sliced
3/4 Cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
Cinnamon to taste( i like A LOT)
1/8 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp salt
mix all ingredients together gently and pour into 9 inch pie plate
cut the round intended for the top into strips and weave them across the top. or just cover top and slit holes for venting.brush crust with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.
Bake at 425 degress F for 15 min then drop to 350degrees F for another 35 minutes or until golden and bubbly.
eat and enjoy!!!

fill pie plate with filling

weave crust across top of pie

bake for about 45 minutes

until golden warm and bubbly:))

YUMMY YUMMY!!!

Let cool for a few mintues

Not yet Cathat!!

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    • # Brenda Nelson

      My daughter makes a home-made, lattice-top cinnamon apple pie that looks just as good as yours! I love that "bubble of juiciness" in #5!!! Now, for a cup of coffee....

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    • # Marsha

      THAT looks fantastic! Love how you showed the whole pie in all the different stages of preparation. #4 close-up makes my mouth water!

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    • # Livelovelaugh

      mmmmm....I love apple pie. I'm also impressed that you took the time to make a lattice crust. Looks absolutely delish! :)

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    • # Neil

      That was a real tease for some of us who are "Baking " challenged, Was there ice cream involed ?? Great set , Thanks for sharing !!

      2011.11.14 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dave

      I REALLY love photography of subjects which make my mouth water. WOW!!!
      BTW, for those who don't measure in "cups", a cup is 250 ml.
      425 degrees is 220, 350 is 175 and a minute is.... well... a minute.

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    • # Vivienne

      Looks fab, what`s a cup roughly in measurements I`d love to try it, we got loadsa apples this year!

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    • # Sara G

      It looks so delicious..thanks for the recipe..I make the crust using shortening..will try butter..sometimes I use bought crust..not nearly as good I agree! My last home made apple pie was dry..guess I didn't put enough sugar in the apples..I didn't drop the temp, maybe that was it..I use canned apple filling sometimes, works pretty good..

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    • # Breizh

      Mouth watering !
      Did you put the camera in the stove ?
      Now I have to convert Farenheit in Celsius ... Or be welcome in Jenny's home ... I come with a bottle of wine ...
      Miammm ... Meowww ... Arffffffffff

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    • # Beth

      lucky kitty!!!! hope she didn't burn her little whiskers :) really does look yummy and I need a bite!!!! please and thanks

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    • # Gonia

      oHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! so beautifull looks! delicious! delicious! mniam mniam!

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    • # Artbee

      Ahhhhhhhh it smells so goooooood and looks so delightfully delicious! You make an Apple Pie look like such a beautiful thing indeed! Please include motleycruedelight in your tag Jen. It will be a welcome addition.

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