Recipes Mike’s Deconstructed Apple Pie

 

Recipes Mike’s Deconstructed Apple Pie

Recipes Mike’s Deconstructed Apple Pie

  1. Apple Boil
  2. 5 medium Apples [your choice-peeled-de-seeded]
  3. 1 tsp Cinnamon [or 2 tbs cinnamon/sugar mixture]
  4. 2 cup Water [or, just enough to cover apples]
  5. 1 Raisins
  6. Apple Mixture Binder
  7. 1 stick Real Salted Butter [or 1/2 cup]
  8. 1/3 cup Light Brown Sugar
  9. 1/3 tsp Cinnamon
  10. 1/4 tsp Nutmeg
  11. 1 Lime Juice [drop by drop]
  12. 2 tbsp Cornstarch [ 2 tbs water-mix together in seperate small bowl]
  13. Pastry Dough
  14. 1 Pepperidge Farm Pastry Dough
  15. Garnish – Sides
  16. 1 packages Light Whipped Cream Topping
  17. 1 dash Cinnamon
  18. 1 dash Nutmeg
  19. 1 Red Apple [sliced]
  20. 1 Powdered Sugar
  21. Comfortable Caramel
  22. Warm Chocolate

Recipes Mike’s Deconstructed Apple Pie

  1. Preheat oven to 400°

  2. De-thaw pastry sheet on counter for about 30 minutes.

  3. Peel, de-seed and 1″ chop apples and place in pot with enough water to cover. Add everything in the Apple Boil section to the apples. Boil for about 11 – 13 minutes. You’ll want a slight crisp to your apples so don’t over boil.

  4. Cut your pastry dough into what shapes you’d like. Begin baking your pastry. Usually, it’ll take about 15 minutes but read manufactures baking directions.

  5. Drain apples and place back in pot. Add everything [except corn starch] in the Apple Mixture Binder section and heat. To thicken: Mix corn starch in water and mix. Add 1/2 to your mixture and allow to bubble up again. Add the rest if you want this mixture thicker. Add additional brown sugar or tame the sweetness with lemon juice.

  6. Allow pastries to cool and split them in halves. Smear a layer of whipped cream and your apple mixture and sprinkle it with cinnamon or nutmeg. Top it with another pastry half. Save the domes for your tops. Repeat step for as many layers as you’d like.

  7. Serve immediately with forks and knives. Garnish any way you’d like or choose from the Garnish – Side Section. Either way, have fun and enjoy!