|Nana's Deep Dish Apple Pie|
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|Kase with his big Twin Brother Knox|
There was less than a 1% chance that Kase's spine would be affected. The MRI results revealed that the majority of the brain tumor had been removed. However, his whole spine was coated with the tumor.
Baking For Kase: My Nanna's 3 Pound Deep Dish Apple Pie #BakeForACure#BakeForA Cure with Chantal, I instantly knew I was going to make my Nanny's Apple Pie.
This is a simple dish - especially coming from a person who does not bake. You start off with 6 apples. Peel, core and slice. I used Honeycrisp this time around.
Chantal dish with it's interior ridges which hold the dough in place and provide an even, uniform mold for the outer crust. This is great assistant for people like me who are not baking experts.
My fabulous Nanny and Pop-Pop. How amazing are they!
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Nana's 3 pound deep dish apple pie
6 Apples sliced thin (I put them in my food processor)
1/2 cup sugar
Cinnamon to taste
Nutmeg to taste
1-2 tbs butter, very thinly sliced
2 crust pie shells (defrosted if using store bought)
Take your first pie shell and layer on the bottom of your pie dish. Sprinkle very little sugar on bottom of pie crust. Place aples on pie shell and sprinkle the above spices on top. Place better over and cover with the second pie crust. Slit the top pie crust and decorate as you would like.
Cook at 425 for 15 minutes (tip - I cover the edges of my crust with aluminum foil so it does not burn the crust). After the 15 minutes are up, lower the oven to 350 and remain cooking for 30 minutes.