Best Apple Pie Recipe
40 min Prep, 1 h Cook
How to make apple pie at home. The classic All-American dessert. Apple pie is an all around favorite. This popular dessert is eaten on holidays, during special events, and just for fun! It serves 6-8 people and best presented with vanilla ice cream. I hope you try this out and i can guarantee this will impress your friends and family.
- For the crust you need :
- For the apple filling:
Mix dry ingredients for the crust, sugar, salt and flour, then add butter. Start mixing all the ingredients, and add half of cold water, mix that in. Keep adding the rest of the water and mix it well, so it becomes round.
Cut 1/3 off the dough and place it into the plastic bag. Make sure to flatten the dough so it cools down faster. Place the dough in the freezer for 15 min.
Cut and peel the apples into the cubes.
Melt your butter ( 1 min in microwave), mix cinnamon with sugar ( so you don't have any lumps)
Add sugar with cinnamon and melted butter to the apples, squeeze half the lemon ( 2-3 squeezes) and mix properly. Then finally add the rest of the flour.
Get the dough out of the freezer. Sprinkle some flour on the surface and roll out the dough and place it in the tin. Make sure the dough is around 2-3 cm thick. Once rolled out, refrigerate the dough again for 15 min in the freezer.
Set your Oven to 180 degrees ( 360 F)
Whisk your egg and start rolling the smaller part of the dough for decoration.
Make sure the dough is thinner ( around1 cm) and cut into 6-8 strips. Fill the pie with apples and spread the egg wash around the pie.
Decorate your apple pie as you wish and finish the pie again with the egg wash ( this will make it golden when its ready) This goes into the oven for 45-60 min, sometimes longer depending on your oven. Enjoy.
Serving Size 110 g
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 242.8 cals||12%|
|% Daily Value*|
|Kilojoules 1018.2 kJ||12%|
|Fat 14.4 g||22%|
|Sodium 208.3 mg||9%|
|Carbohydrate 22.3 g||7%|
|Protein 4.9 g||10%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|