Sunday Apple Pie
It’s Sunday in the fall. The apples are great and I can’t resist making a pie.
My family is in and out of the house and most of them don’t eat anything with sugar. Where did they come from????
I found the best machine that makes individual pies. I actually didn’t find it, my good friend, Annie, gave it to me.
It is the Breville personal pie maker, William Sonoma sells it. I have made every kind of pie in it and it is so easy.
Today is apple pie.
6 washed, peeled, cored and thin sliced apples. I love honey crisp but I also mix any apple that has a little ding so nothing goes to waste.
Two tablespoons of brown sugar
One tablespoon of white sugar
One teaspoon of cinnamon
Pinch of nutmeg
Two pats of butter-cut into thirds
One tablespoon of lemon juice
Two tablespoons of flour
Mix everything together and heat up your grill.
One package of Goya puff pastry dough for turnovers. This makes six pies. It is the perfect size.
When the grill is heated , place one piece of dough in each well and press it down so it fits the well.
Add the apples and top with a pat of butter. Really fill the pies.
Place another piece of dough on top and close the top of the grill.
Bake for maybe six to eight minutes or until they are nice and brown.
Serve with ice cream, whipped cream or a wedge of cheddar cheese.
You can add raisens, cranberries, carmel chips or anything else you like.
These can be done in advance and then heated up in the oven.
They also freeze beautifully.