Pumpkin Apple Pie

"Made this last year and it was good! I am not a fan of pumpkin pie but add the apples and I am now! Making it again this year!!"
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  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
  • Mix together sugar, salt, and pumpkin pie spice.
  • Add egg and beat slightly.
  • Add corn syrup, pumpkin and evaporated milk; blend well.
  • Spread apple pie filling in the uncooked pie crust.
  • Gently pour pumpkin filling over the apples.
  • Bake for 15 minutes, then reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F and bake for 35-40 minutes or until knife inserted into center of pie comes out clean.
  • Chill a minimum of 2 hours before serving.

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  1. CookingONTheSide
    This is a tasty pie! I would have never thought to combine apples and pumpkin, but it is a good combination! Thanks for sharing.
  2. HokiesMom
    A unique twist on a standard pumpkin pie. The flavors were spot on but the texture threw some of us off having the apples in the midst of all that pumpkin. It did not bother me as much as I'm used to a pumpkin/mincemeat pie which uses apples but others thought they would have preferred one or the other type of pie. With that said with the flavors being there and the instructions perfect to make this pie I'm not going below 4 Stars because I truly think it is more of a texture thing for some than others. ( Just like you like liking just pumpkin pie! ha ha) I think next time I might just try chopping the apple pie filling up a bit to make more of apple chunks than large slices and that might help with some of the texture issues. Great addition to my pie cookbooks. Made for PRMR tag game during the Thanksgiving Holiday!


<p><span><strong>I am a stay at home mom to two wonderful boys; Joshua (8years), Kaiden (5 years), and baby GIRL, Madalynn (19 months)! &nbsp;I also have&nbsp;two fur babies (cats); Kobee, AJ; we had to put our youngest cat Sly down Jan 2014. :(. I am also&nbsp;married to my best friend, Jeff and have been since April 2005.&nbsp; I love cooking, hate cleaning and will do whatever I can to get out of it!&nbsp;&nbsp;I&nbsp;love grilling and baking.&nbsp;&nbsp;I do most of the grilling at my house, and bake for almost a week straight at Christmas time!&nbsp; I can make or will attempt just about anything,&nbsp;though I rarely make&nbsp;brownies, my husband's are the best!&nbsp; Homemade breads are not my friend, so I am always working on bread baking.</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>As for recipe ideas (besides zaar) Cooking Light Cookbooks are my favorites.&nbsp; I love to make new meals and try new things; it is hard though because my husband is picky when it comes to veggies (and hates seafood); If it were up to him we would have baked-bread crumb chicken and white rice at least one meal a day!&nbsp; Over the past couple years with zaar, I have found tons of new recipes&nbsp;my family&nbsp;normally wouldn&rsquo;t eat&nbsp;but have been happily surprised with new favorites.</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>I&nbsp;love to join in&nbsp;all of the tag games; I haven't been as present as I would like, but as soon as my Jeff is back from working in Ohio I will be back in full tagging mode! </strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>Cooking is my hobby and passion, I always like to host the family get togethers and volunteer for the potluck dishes.&nbsp; Most of all though&nbsp;are my kids; being home all day with them is fun and challenging, but I wouldn&rsquo;t trade it for any salary!!</strong></span></p>
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