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How To Make Apple Pie In An Apple

posted in Various
10/22/2013
  • Serves 4:
    4 medium apples
    4 tbsp white sugar
    2 tbsp all purpose flour
    1 tsp ground cinnamon
    Lemon juice
    Chilled pie dough, rolled out about 1/8 inch thick

  • Using a small spoon, carefully scrape out the insides of the apple until an apple cup is formed. Save the pulp in a small bowl for the filling.
Rub a tiny bit of lemon juice on the insides of each apple to prevent them from turning brown.
    Using a small spoon, carefully scrape out the insides of the apple until an apple cup is formed. Save the pulp in a small bowl for the filling.
    Rub a tiny bit of lemon juice on the insides of each apple to prevent them from turning brown.
  • Dice and peel the lids very finely. Toss out the stems. Put the peeled and diced lid bits into the pulp bowl. 
Mix the sugar, flour and ground cinnamon into the apple pulp until well blended.
    Dice and peel the lids very finely. Toss out the stems. Put the peeled and diced lid bits into the pulp bowl.
    Mix the sugar, flour and ground cinnamon into the apple pulp until well blended.
  • Spoon the filling back into each apple. Fill about 3/4 of the way to prevent spillage of filling while baking.
    Spoon the filling back into each apple. Fill about 3/4 of the way to prevent spillage of filling while baking.
  • Using a cookie cutter (or knife), cut out apple lid sized circles in the dough, 1 per apple. You can also cut out shapes like leaves, flowers, stars or animals and layer each piece onto the apple to form a crust.
    Using a cookie cutter (or knife), cut out apple lid sized circles in the dough, 1 per apple. You can also cut out shapes like leaves, flowers, stars or animals and layer each piece onto the apple to form a crust.
  • Gently lay the crust circles over the apple tops and pinch the edges together much like you would a regular pie to seal the edges. Poke four little holes in the top to allow steam to come through.
    Gently lay the crust circles over the apple tops and pinch the edges together much like you would a regular pie to seal the edges. Poke four little holes in the top to allow steam to come through.
  • Bake on a baking sheet for 30-40 minutes or until slightly tender and crust is golden brown.
    Bake on a baking sheet for 30-40 minutes or until slightly tender and crust is golden brown.

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