Sunday, December 19, 2010

Rustic Apple Pie

Sit down with a warm slice of apple pie and enjoy your favorite holiday shows. This is a super easy dessert that looks like you spent a lot of time making it. All of the imperfections make it look even better.

Rustic Apple Pie

1 recipe for brown sugar apples* - recipe link below
1 refrigerated pie crust
extra brown sugar for sprinkling over the top

I used my recipe for brown sugar apples, adding 1 c. of raisins to the apples while they are cooking.

Lightly coat a baking sheet with cooking spray.

Stretch the pie crust out on the sheet - doesn't have to be a perfect circle.

Pour the cooked apples into the center of the crust, leaving 3-4 inches of dough all around the outer edge.

Pull the pie crust to the center of the pie, overlapping the crust as you fold it around forming a circle.

Lightly sprinkle 2 TBSP of brown sugar over the top of apples.

Bake at 350* until the pie crust is light brown - you do not need to cook any longer because the apples have
already been cooked.

Use a large spatula to loosen the pie from the pan. Cool on baking sheet for 10 minutes. Carefully transfer the pie to a cutting board or a large plate. Serve warm.

5 comments:

downlights said...

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CookinsForMe said...

This is one of the most beautiful pies I've ever seen! I doubt that I'll ever try the recipe (I can make just about any recipe but pie!) but wanted to let you know it sounds great and it's tempting even me. ;)

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Tami said...

Thanks for the nice comments!

Happy New Year to all!! See ya in 2011!!

Tami

loveandpeaceF said...

YUM! thats looks so good, I have a similar recipe in my williams sonoma pies and tarts cookbooks but I havnt tried it yet :)
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