Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Crumb Pie

"From my falling apart cookbook entitled Best-Loved Pennsylvania Dutch Recipes. Simple ingredients, easy assembly and spectacular presentation. When pressed for time, I have been known to substitute canned apple pie filling. This also works well for Cherry Crumb Pie by using canned cherry filling plus 1/4 teaspoon almond extract. A lifetime ago, on holidays, I was not allowed to enter my ex-inlaws house unless I had a Cherry Crumb Pie in my hands! ;) NOTE: If you use canned filling, just bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees or until topping is brown."
 
Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Crumb Pie created by Pam-I-Am
Ready In:
1hr 20mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees and set butter out so it will be at room temperature.
  • Line 9" pie pan with unbaked crust.
  • Core and slice apples.
  • Sprinkle the apples with the lemon juice.
  • Mix in the sugar & cinnamon.
  • Fill pie shell with apple mixture.
  • In a small bowl, mix the topping's flour, sugar and cinnamon.
  • Rub the topping ingredients and butter together with your fingers until the mixture is crumbly.
  • Sprinkle topping over pie.
  • Bake 10 minutes at 425 degrees then reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees and bake until crumb topping is browned and apples are soft, approximately 50 minutes.

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  4. Regina W.
    I Added some finely chopped pecans on topping . (Can use Walnuts) And drizzled Caramel on too after I got it out of thd oven. Family loves it. ALso added a bit of my own spices. Like all spice...
     
  5. Lance L.
    I'm a butterscotch pie enthusiast and I made two separate versions of this pie. The first pie, I followed the recipe to a T and the second pie, I added my alterations. For the second pie, I substituted light brown sugar with dark brown sugar and I substituted 2 cups of whole milk with 1 and a half cups of evaporated milk and half a cup of sweetened condensed milk. I didn't want to be bias so I had a few of my family and friends try a slice of both pies. They enjoyed both pies, but every single person thought that the pie that I altered was much better. Try my alterations for yourself and you be the judge!
     

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