Another Homemade Apple Pie

Here are some more lovely pictures of my homemade apple pie.

I have also created a few videos of the last two apple pies I made.

The apple pie above was made last Friday night.

The apple pie here was made the Friday night before that. Making apple pie seems to have become my Friday night ritual, but I will not be making another one this Friday because it is Thanksgiving, so I might wait a few more weeks before I get in the mood to make an apple pie again.

Making Apple Pie

Making homemade apple pie is an enjoyable pass time, and a great way to use up extra apples that you have picked this fall. Here is how I make a homemade apple pie from scratch.  With tomorrow being Halloween I can guarantee you can make a tastier treat for your family if you decide to bake a homemade pie.  Your taste buds will love it so much more than store bough candy!

First I cut up several different kinds of organic apples.

I chop up the organic apples for my pie, and then set this in the fridge when I make the pie dough.

Since I refrigerate all the ingredients needed for my apple pie, I simply have to mix together 2 1/2 cups of flour, 1/2 cup of milk, and 1/2 cup of oil to make my pie dough.  I separate the dough into two balls to make the top and the bottom halves of the pie crust.

Once you form the pie dough into two balls with your hands, then roll out the first ball between two sheets of wax paper.

Carefully position the rolled out dough on the pie pan.

Fill the dough in the pie shell with apples.

 

I rolled out the second dough ball and placed it on top of the apples. Slits were cut in the top to allow moisture to escape, and the crust was pinched together. The pie was placed in a 425 degree oven to bake for about forty minutes.

Above is a photo of the baked apple pie, which is different from the original photo. I just wanted to include all the photos and videos I created of the last two pies I made.