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Coogs Kitchen: Pie

Ever just have a craving for pie that just doesn’t go away? Well, here’s an easy apple pie recipe along with a simple whipped cream recipe that will satisfy ANY craving you got!

Apple Pie
Apples 4 – 5 cups sliced
UH – $0.99 per apple
Grocery – $3 for a package of sliced apples that yields about 2-3 cups

Lemon Juice (a splash)
UH – $0.99 per lemon
Grocery – $2 for a bottle of pure lemon juice

Brown Sugar (¾ of a cup)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $1 for a small box

Flour (2 tblsp)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $1 for a small package

Cinnamon (¾ tsp)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $0.90 for a medium shaker

Nutmeg (a dash)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $3.50 for a small shaker

Salt (a dash)
UH – $1.20 for a medium shaker
Grocery – $2 for a medium shaker

Pre-made Pie Dough
UH – N/A
Grocery – $3 for a pkg contain a top and bottom crust

Whipped Cream:
Heavy Whipping Cream 1 pt
UH – N/A
Grocery – $3 for a pt carton

Powdered Sugar (4 tblsp)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $2 for a 1lb pkg

Vanilla Extract (a splash)
UH – N/A
Grocery – $1 for a medium bottle

In the episode, I used pre-sliced apples that I sliced in half to make them thinner. Ultimately you want to have 4 to 5 cups of thinly sliced apples and put them into a large bowl. Then, add your brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, and lemon juice to the bowl of apples. After, give everything a mix, making sure you coat all of the apples with the other filling ingredients. While you let the filling set, take your pie dough, weather it be pre-made or homemade, and evenly line the bottom crust onto your pie pan. Then, add your filling to the dough. Once you do that, place the top crust on top of the filling and fold the ends of both crust together around the pie. When that’s done, make like an X-slit on the top of the pie so it can vent out. Then, place your pie in the oven at 425°F for about 45 minutes. When there is 15 minutes left of the baking process, take the pie out and wap the outer crust with foil so the inner part of the crust can brown evenly to the outer part. Then, stick it in the oven for the last 15 minutes. When your pie is done, take it out of the oven and let it cool. While it cools, prepare your whip cream. Combine the heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar and vanilla extract into a medium sized bowl and give it all a whip until the mixture becomes thick and forms peaks. When that’s done slice you pie, plate it, add some whipped cream and enjoy!

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