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Emily's Famous Apple Pie

Submitted by: HBIC 
Home Town: Kansas City, Kansas, USA
Living In: Seattle, Washington, USA
This is the easiest apple pie in the world to make. I like to use fresh Granny Smith apples. For special occasions I make a lattice top for this all-American treat! 
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Aunt Carol's Apple Pie

Submitted by: Jo Ann Taylor 
Everyone in the family has something that they're the best at making. I make the best cookies, my sister, Carol, makes the best pies in the whole world! . . . no competition in our family! This recipe includes an ingredient called free flowing brown sugar. This is a non-clumping or caking version of ordinary brown sugar. It has a lower moisture content then the traditional one, which makes it free flowing much like granulated sugar. It is available at most specialty supermarket. If it is not available in your part of the world, use regular brown sugar and make sure it is broken up, free of clumps. Macintosh or Granny Smith apples are the best choices for apple pie because they are the least mushy apples.  
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Caramel Apple Pie II

Submitted by: Emtmom 
First you make a traditional apple pie filling, and then things get more interesting. Half the apple mixture is spooned into a deep-dish pie shell and layered with caramels and a taffy mixture. And then more apples, caramels and taffy go in. And then it 's baked and served warm. 
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Apple Pie II

Submitted by: Darcy 
You get twice the apple goodness with this recipe. Golden Delicious apples are sliced and cooked in a pan with apple juice, butter and sugar until tender. A bit of cornstarch is added to thicken it. Then the filling is poured into the bottom crust, covered with the top crust, and baked until golden brown. 
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Apple Crunch Pie I

Submitted by: Lisa McCovey 
The trick to this wonderful pie is cutting the sugared and spiced Granny Smith apples into thin slices and spiraling them in the deep-dish pie shell. Then they 're topped with a crumb topping and baked. 
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Aunt Carol's Apple Pie

Submitted by: Jo Ann Taylor 
Everyone in the family has something that they're the best at making. I make the best cookies, my sister, Carol, makes the best pies in the whole world! . . . no competition in our family! This recipe includes an ingredient called free flowing brown sugar. This is a non-clumping or caking version of ordinary brown sugar. It has a lower moisture content then the traditional one, which makes it free flowing much like granulated sugar. It is available at most specialty supermarket. If it is not available in your part of the world, use regular brown sugar and make sure it is broken up, free of clumps. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com. 
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Old Fashioned Apple Pie

Submitted by: Arletta 
For this trusty recipe, pick tart, firm apples that will hold up to the baking. Slice them thinly and add flour, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and a dash of salt. Pile the apples into a prepared crust, dot with butter, and top with another round of pastry. Bake until the apples are tender and the crust is golden. 
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Grammie's No-Crust Apple Pie

Submitted by: KIMWIPP 
A quick apple pie with a crumbly streusel topping made with buttermilk baking mix. 
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Apple Streusel Pie

Submitted by: Lori Jett 
Bake these pies for feast or family. The enticing smell of apples and cinnamon wafting out of the oven will make it clear why one pie will not suffice. 
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Apple Pie

Submitted by: Lisa H 
Lemon peel provides an added flavor dimension in this apple pie calling for tart Granny Smith Apples. 
 
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