23 October 2012

The Apple Pie.

Every day, more dark, cold and more rain. It's autumn in Scotland. Unfortunately, I know that it will raining to the spring, so we need something sweet to these days.
I decided to bake a pie. I don't like complicated recipe so after reading a few I created something simpler. Sometimes the consequence of my decisions are culinary failure. I think that this time the experiment was a success ;-)

500 g plein four
1 kg of apples
Sugar and cinnamon to taste
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
240 g  butter (unsalted)
1 teaspoon baking powder
5 eggs
1 lemon

;-)  ... a little bit of Halloween.

In part for my Little Gourmet I didn't use sugar.

Sunny ;-)

Mix together the flour, butter, baking powder, 1 tablespoon vanilla extract, sugar to taste, 5 egg yolks and 4 eggs whites.

Before baking. For about 1 hour.
One part of the cake, I put the fridge, and the second part put in the freezer.

Grate apples put 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice and a little grate the lemon, but be careful not to grate any of the white pith.

Ad 1 egg whites and cinnamon, sugar to taste and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract.
For my child was a cake without sugar.

Pull out cake from the fridge and put on a baking pan. Next put the prepared apples and grate cake from the freezer.

Preheat the oven to 180 st.C/gas mark 4.

What does my little baby do? Patiently waiting. :-)

Bake the apple pie for about 40-45 minutes.

Enjoy your meal!



  1. Yum! That looks fantastic :-)

  2. Those look delicious! I love the pic of your son lying on the floor and the one of your reflection in the oven door :)

    Happy WW!

  3. I love this! Definitely a must try. And your photos are lovely :)


  4. oh yum!! a pie makes a rainy day a whole lot better!!
    great photos.
    i am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
    happy WW!

  5. ooooo, I'm gonna have to try this one. Looks yummy to me. Love the baby waiting shot. so Cute!

  6. Thank you all for your loving comments. :-)

  7. Looks like it was worth the wait!


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