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This is my grandmothers Magic Apple Pie recipe. Growing up my grandma would make this during the fall season and my mother continued on with that tradition. A few years ago I started with the tradition of making the pies and I have even froze a few pies in the past and defrosted and baked off for 20 or so minutes for a Christmas Eve celebration.
This truly is a delicious pie but I will admit its very sweet. I make the traditional recipe for family and friends and I have lightened up the recipe for myself so I can enjoy a classic wit a twist. The crust is more along the lines of a pancake batter and blends with the apples and cooks up to a nice crunchy top with a nice soft cinnamon/sugar apple beneath it. Its perfect especially warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream alongside it. The pie is also along the lines of an apple crumble where it doesnt have a bottom crust.
I do want to point out crust (usually around the center) can get a little wet after a few days because its more of a pancake type crust. If that happens, you can always put a slice in the toaster oven, or even return the pie back to the oven in 5 minute intervals until the top crisps up again.
Keep in mind this is the original recipe so it will be higher in fat, calories and points plus values. I have created a lighter version, which gives a similar effect but the crust is totally different. So onto the recipe!
For the recipe, click here: http://shannonslifestyle.blogspot.com/2013/11/magic-apple-pie.html