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Luckily, an apple pie is easy to make. The most difficult part is slicing the apples. After slicing the apples, you mix together the apples, flour, sugars, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice. If you do not have time to make a pie crust, simply purchase it and make the filling yourself. This apple pie filling has been kicked up with extra cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice. It is full of flavor but what makes this apple pie special is the praline topping. I added the praline sauce to the top pie crust the last ten minutes of baking. The praline sauce bakes into the top of the pie for a sweet, crunchy treat. It is like eating pralines on your apple pie.
My family and I lived on the Northshore of New Orleans for several years including during Hurricane Katrina. While living in New Orleans, I fell in love with their famous food including their pralines. I learned while living in the New Orleans area that dessert is better with pralines or praline sauce. I love adding pralines to top off my banana pudding. The creamy pudding with the sweet, crunchy topping is amazing. If you have not discovered praline sauce, you are missing out. I use it on everything including pound cake, ice cream, pumpkin bread, pecans, best ever no-bake cheesecake (posting soon), and this fantastic Praline Apple Pie. I simply added a praline sauce to my apple pie and baked it into the pie.
Another benefit to baking an apple pie is the sweet aroma coming from the kitchen that fills the house. It reminds of 2 Corinthians 2:15 “For we are to God the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and those who are perishing.” According to this verse, Christians are a sweet aroma to God.
Apple Pie Filling: Recipe adapted from Betty Crocker “Apple Praline Pie”.
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