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SOUTHERN APPLE PIE

Southern Apple Pie - TSLCEveryone in my family loves apple pie. This is an easy recipe and a great dessert with coffee. I love it with a glass of milk, too.  I am updating some of my older recipes and reposting. I made this one today for the weekend and we already ate half of it!

4 or 5  large apples,  peeled and chopped into bite sized pieces (I have used every kind of apple there is in this recipe)
1/2 cup brown sugar (light or dark)
1 tablespoon all purpose flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
6 tablespoons butter or margarine
2 pie crusts (deep dish or regular)  If you use deep dish may have to add more apples.
 
Place cut up apples in the bottom crust.  In a separate bowl, mix brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon and sprinkle mixture over the apples.   Slice up the butter on top of the sugar mixture.   Cover with the other crust.  Make 3 slits in top of crust with a knife.  Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 45 minutes.   Let sit for about 20 minutes before slicing.  Enjoy!
Southern Apple Pie - TSLC (2)
 
 If you like this recipe, you might also like my recipe for Nana’s Dutch Apple Pie.
 
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8 Responses

  1. Look on the right hand side of any page on the website and click on pies. There is a recipe for pie crusts posted there Diane.

  2. My bottom crust did not cook. Why?

  3. I love Apple Pies,I love any thing that has Apples in it.

  4. Looks like an AWESOME apple pie! MMM! As the saying goes…Great minds think alike….I am planning to revisit some of my older recipes and redo them too. =) Some posts I never had photos for. Always love seeing your recipes. Thanks for sharing Judy. I’m sure you keep your family coming home for mom’s great cooking!

  5. Cooking right now and smells soooooo good. We aren’t sure if we can wait for 20 min. but will try.

  6. This is the perfect apple pie. It’s delicious. Even I can make this, and that’s saying something!

  7. This pie is on my menu for tonight. Home made crust ,too.

  8. Ohhhh..this pie looks so good right now…9:15 AM. When I was a kid, my Dad and I would have apple pie for breakfast. You get vitamins A C and Fiber in pie.He told Mom that it was fruit, the crust was like toast, a slice of cheese (protein) on top and a glass of milk. What could be more nutritious? Now, I could have this today, if you lived next door. Guess I’ll just have to have cheerios.
    Balisha

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