Apple of My Pie

It’s Christmas Eve! One of my favorite days ever. I just wish it was cold so it would feel like Christmas Eve.

Tonight, I’m making dinner for the in-laws for the first time ever. I’ve only been with my husband for 9 years, so I figured it’s time to prove to them I can do more than just sit around and look pretty. Nine years of looking pretty, sure. But ten. No way.

I got this one from Hungry Girl – one of my favorite places ever for recipes. I am cooking challenged and most of their recipes are super easy. If you click on the link, you can get a printable version with the ingredient list – which is much better than what I can give you.

Slice two sweet apples thinly, and sautee 3/4 of the slices. Set the other 1/4 of the apple aside.

Mix the dry ingredients together. I didn’t have any nutmeg at home, so I used pumpkin pie spice instead. <—lazy

Mix in the wet ingredients until the batter is smooth.

Make sure you get it all over the floor like I did.
Add in the sauteed apples.

Put the batter in a pie tin. Make sure all the apples in the batter are covered.

Place the uncooked apples on top with a little cinnamon.

Bake for 30 minutes on 350 degrees and wa-lah!

I haven’t tasted it yet, but it smells pretty good. Hopefully the in-laws won’t ask me to wait another 9 years before I make something again.

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