Hey pixels, apples are better on Fall, aren’t they? For this reason, I’ve made one of my favorites (and easier) apple recipes: this pie.
It’s easy to make and it’s great for a breakfast, a brunch, or even as a dessert. If you bring one to a party or a picnic, it’ll disapear, I promise. I love it because it makes you look as a good cook when it can be made with almost no effort. The worst part is to peel the apples, then all the hard work is finished, really.
I use a kind of red apples because they are sweeter, but you can use the kind of apples you prefer.
Trust me, my pixels, give this recipe a chance and you won’t be disappointed. 🙂
- 1200 g red apples
- 15 g baking powder
- 2 eggs
- 1 glass sugar (the glass I use is about 260ml)
- 1 glass flour
- 1 glass sugar
- 3/4 glass olive oil
- optional: honey to decorate
- Preheat oven at 160º
2. Peel and cube the apples (set aside 2 to decorate)
3. Pour all the ingredients in a big bowl (not the honey). Blend until it’s creamy and there are no lumps or unblended pieces of apple.
4. Pour the mix in a mold whith its sides greased with butter or olive oil. Cover the surface with apple slices (from the 2 apples we set aside on step 2). Bake for one hour.
5. Allow to cool. Then, if you want decor with honey (see photo above)