These apple turnovers have all of the textures and flavours of an apple pie but requires only basic skills and takes a fraction of the time (especially if you buy the puff pastry instead of making it yourself).
With a dense crispness and a high sugar-to-acid ratio, Pink Lady apples are ideal for these pies. Even when tender, they hold their shape and retain some firmness, for a nice contrast to the juicy, collapsed berries.
Large strips of woven dough make for a rustic looking dessert pie containing a delightful filling of strawberries and lemons.
Pâte sucrée (sweetcrust pastry, sweet dough, or sweet paste) is made with the addition of sugar, which sweetens the mix and impedes the gluten strands, creating a pastry that breaks up easily in the mouth.
The shoofly pie’s origins may come from the treacle tart with the primary difference being the use of molasses rather than golden syrup.
This delicious caramelised apple dessert is better known in France as a Tarte Ppaysanne aux Pommes Caramélisées or Peasant Tart. It is very similar to a claflouti and is so inexpensive, quick and easy to make. Big dollops of fresh whipped cream spooned on top and you are good to go.
This delicious dessert pie has a meringue-like blackberry filling on a sweet buttery crust topped with a crumble topping
This buttermilk pie recipe produces a rich, dense custard pie. It is an old-time favourite pie, served at many Sunday dinners after a meal of fried chicken and other comfort foods.
This is the best recipe for apple pie for those who want an old-fashioned, perfect tasting apple pie with a flaky crust. Using fresh apples, a homemade pie crust recipe, and the perfect blend of spices; this is the apple pie that is true delight in every forkful.