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Aug 2, 2013

Quick and Easy!

Want a quick pie to make when company comes unexpectedly or for a morning brunch or for that special someone??
Well I have one for you and it's just right for those of us who have a sweet-tooth but don't need a lot of sugar in our diets.

Using your favorite pie pan, spray with Pam or your favorite non stick spray then
place one Pillsbury unbaked crust in the pan. Peel and cube 3 apples of your choice. I use the Delicious Apples but any will do. Spread the cubed apples on crust. Add several pats of softened butter, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon Vanilla; 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1/2 teaspoon Allspice; 2 to 3 tablespoons sugar; 1 tablespoon flour;   3 generous tablespoons of strawberry preserves or any type of jam or jelly such as apricot, peach or raspberry. Fold gently to mix. You could mix  all the ingredients in a bowl then pour over crust but it's just as easy and less fuss this way.
Cut long lengths of the second crust and artfully place over top of everything. As you can see, I am not that artful when it comes to pie crust.
Sprinkle a bit of sugar and cinnamon over the crust before baking. This will make the crust come out golden brown.
Bake for about 1 hours at 325 degrees or until the crust is golden brown.
Serve with ice cream or whip cream or coffee or iced tea or.........sorry, as you can see I've eaten this pie with several options.
Ayden came for a visit and showed off her Barbie doll. She wished me a very happy birthday, gave me a big hug and threw me a kiss. What more could a GoGo want!!


Tammy said...

Now that sounds delicious. And not a apple in the house you would know.

Sandra :) said...
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Sandra :) said...

OOPS computer hiccuped while I was trying to post a comment, so it published only half of what I had typed, lol. Deleted so I could redo!)

Awwwwwwwwwwww Ayden is adorable - I've reached the I WANT GRANDIES! stage so I love seeing pics of the littlies :D That pie looks mighty yummy - and is it REALLY that easy? I think I need to pick up a package of piecrusts and give this a try - apple is the favourite flavour for half of this household!

Barb said...

Cutie pie you have there and I will be over for a slice of that pie....hang on...

ANudge said...

Yum! Thanks for the recipe! And belated Happy Birthday!


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