A very good pie. Definitly has an old fashioned flavor. The gingersnaps give this a very distinct flavor that melds so nice with the maple syrup. I used Granny Smith apples. Served it to visitors from out of town and thay all said "give it 5 stars". I will make this again. Thanks Lorac, for the recipe.
Wow, this is one bad a** apple pie! Absolutly to die for, great combination of ingredients for the crumb topping. I cut up 7 Granny Smith apples; probably used about 5-6. I did bake the pie in a deep dish stoneware pie plate by Pampered Chef, my first time using this dish. I followed the ingredients and baking directions exactly, but the crust came out a bit well done; I believe it was because of the stoneware. Thanks Lorac, this is a recipe that will be made over and over!
This was so very goood....I do also agree that the gingersnaps added the flavor. I know that I had no leftovers with this pie..Served warm with some vanilla ice cream....Very GOOD !
Awesome pie. I'll make this one again and again! The gingersnap mixture really makes it. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Wonderful. Everyone raved about the taste of the pie. I used 7 apples, but would probably next time and make more of the crumb topping to go with the extra apples.
This apple pie rocked!! I had never used/tried gingersnaps before but was intrigued. I don't think I have ever made an apple pie before either and this was fantastic. I pretty much followed the recipe but used less apples(inexperiance told me it looked to full, I was wrong:-) I wish I had used all of the apples, and the maple syrup I used was medium grade (not sure if it matters) Had excellent flavor!!