From Annie's Aprons
When I think of desserts for the 4th of July the first thing that comes to mind is apple pie! This apple pie is packed with delicious juicy cinnamon apples, topped with a brown sugar buttery topping and a flaky crust. Serve it warm over vanilla ice cream and your taste buds will love you forever! What I love about this pie is how easy it is to throw together. Whether you're a new or seasoned baker this pie is a must try for everyone!
To make this delicious apple pie you simply combine the apples (I always use green apples to break up the sweetness), sugar, flour, and cinnamon in a large mixing bowl. Then stir everything together until well blended.
For the topping, in a medium size bowl add the sugars, butter, and flour. Then mix all the the ingredients with a pastry blender or fork (I always use a fork) until well blended and the topping becomes coarsely crumbled.
Lastly, fill your pie crust and add your topping. For this making of the apple pie I used the refrigerated rolls of pie crust and layered them into my pie dish. My mom loves pie crust so I added extra crust on the edges of the dish. I've also used the frozen pie crusts for this pie and both taste delicious! If you're wanting to make your own pie crust I recommend trying Sally's Baking Addiction recipe. She has some great tips and tricks to make the most delicious homemade pie crust.
When your pie is ready for the oven bake it at 375 degrees for about 50 minutes. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream and enjoy!
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