Have you ever tried a Dutch apple pie? Coryanne from our Kitchen Council is sharing how to make this variation on a classic apple pie that adds a delicious spiced crumble to the top.
There is no more generous offering than an apple pie. It is slow, methodical and selfish in its need for your devotion. It is unforgiving to those who take shortcuts, and rewarding to those who are dedicated to every detail. To bake an apple pie is to bake with love and selflessness. If you master anything this autumn, master the apple pie, Dutch or classic. It is a spoonful of love that is unlike any other. When those first autumn leaves fall, the first thing I crave is an apple pie with a generous helping of vanilla ice cream. I love it when the house smells of baked apples and our table is busy with the sounds of the people I love silently enjoying the first apple pie of the season.
This recipe for Dutch apple pie is one that I have nearly memorized and never tire of. Sometimes I vary the spices and replace the blend with a pumpkin spice, or stick to the humbleness of a classic cinnamon spiced pie.
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