Apple pie is my favorite dessert *ever,* and now that I no longer eat cane sugar, I'm thrilled to find a recipe that will allow me to still eat it! I've been experimenting with this recipe for about a year now, using it as a springboard for my personal perfect apple pie :) I use about eight red delicious apples - as sweet and good quality as I can find (you're not adding cane sugar to compensate for the tartness of green apples, so sweet is better). Make sure you slice the apples nice and thin, lots of surface area. 4 Tbs tapioca instead of 3 Tbs cornstarch - I prefer the flavor of tapioca. Two Tbs cinnamon and a heaping tsp of nutmeg, because I like a lot of spice in my pie. Also, I add about half a tablespoon of clover honey - that little bit of flavor just sets off the taste *perfectly.* This pie is good the night it's made, and *heavenly* the next day after the flavors have had a chance to meld. Also makes a very nice cobbler.
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Apple pie is my favorite dessert *ever,* and now that I no longer eat cane sugar, I'm thrilled...