Homemade apple pie will be a nice dessert for your family dinner.
When I think apples, I always remember the expression I learned when I was in school: ‘One apple a day keeps a doctor away’. Yes, that’s what they teach you if English is your second language LOL
I am not a big fan of apples but there is one thing I am absolutely sure about – this fruit is full of various vitamins. Thus, I do use apples as ingredients quite often. Because it is not always about making it tasty only, right?!
Although this apple pie does have an unforgettable taste. Apples are soft and tender inside. While an icing topping is a gorgeous decoration.
Unlike apples, I really like pies and, hence, cook them often.
Overall, I have many ideas what to bring to the table. Homemade apple pie is a delicious example of so many different ideas on what to bring to the family table!
Peel and cut apples into thin beautiful slices. Add 2 tbl brown sugar to apple slices and place into a bowl, then, set aside for 5-10 minutes.
Meanwhile, heat the oven to 338 degrees Fahrenheit (170 degrees Celsius). Mix the rest of sugar and vanilla sugar, with softened butter and whip it until you get creamy and light texture. Add eggs and whip everything together. Lastly, add flour to the mixture and whip it. You will get some nice batter.
Take 4-5 spoons of batter and even up on a non-sticky oven-tray. Then place the second layer - apple slices. The last layer is batter again. Hence, transfer the batter onto apple slices and accurately even it up. Then place into the oven and bake on fan-bake mode 20 minutes.
Take the lightly brown pie out and leave to cool it off.
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