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A flavoursome "different" apple pie! I used some of our apples and walnuts from the garden.
I'm always looking for different apple pies. Food.com is the best way to find unconvential recipes. Your recipe war really good and after so many apple pies, still not special. Everybody had more than one piece!
Thanks for posting this recipe.

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awalde November 13, 2010

Made this for a small neighborhood gathering, & everyone enjoyed it! I always enjoy making pies, & found this a wonderfully delicious change of pace from the usual apple pie! Thanks so much for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike February 20, 2012

Delicious! For a crust novice I was frustrated but I powered through and got out the flour :) and it turned out really good! I used regular brown sugar and walnuts (personal preference) and was very happy. This may find a space on my Thanksgiving table this year!

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invictus October 18, 2009

This was brilliant! I did make a slight change though as I used normal brown sugar. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Ginger Rose January 23, 2008

This is a wonderful combination of fruit and nuts. The apples were granny smith. The crust is very easy to work with. Hard to believe that this is a reduced sugar dessert. It was served warm with no-sugar added vanilla yogurt on the side.

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PaulaG January 01, 2008
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