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ZOMG, I made apple pie. So domestic, my golly!

I’ll never be the kind of girl who spends hours in the kitchen, I don’t have the patience or the talent for it. The recipes that I share on BaconTunaMelt are, and always will be, simple but guaranteed derrishuz! In the BaconTunaMelt kitchen (at least for now), we always follow the K.I.S.S. rule. With my “kitchen skillz”, it’s either that or burn the house down (and I kinda like having a place to live). Such is the case for these two apple pie recipes that I’ll be blabbing about in this post. Both are really simple to make but oh-so-nommy.

The apple pie is a classic dessert that I’ve always wanted to make but have never had the chance to. Now that I’m slowly starting to learn the basics of baking, I thought it would be a great idea to finally figure out how to make my own pie (it sounds domesticated, I’m so proud of myself!). After a couple of throwaway batches, and a few tweaks here and there, I finally got two perfect recipes. We’ll call one “Juicy Pie” and the other “Saucy Pie” (I like these names, they remind me of the Spice Girls).

So.. on to the recipes. Basically, both Juicy and Saucy will have the same ingredients and generally the same ratio. We’ll list them on a table so things are nice and neat-

Juicy Pie Saucy Pie
3 large apples 3 large apples
1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 cup white sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon powder 1 tsp cinnamon
4 tbsp of butter 4 tbsp of butter
1 pie crust 1 pie crust
2 tbsp of flour

First, peel the apples and slice them thinly (imo, the thiner the better). And here’s how to make the filling. We’ve separated the instructions into two columns to make for easier reading.

For the Juicy Pie For the Saucy Pie
1. In a small bowl, mix the white sugar, brown sugar, and the cinnamon powder, 1. In a small saucepan, melt the butter over low heat,
2. In a bigger bowl, pour the butter into the sliced apples and spread it evenly, 2. When the butter has melted, pour the white and brown sugar (if it’s too dry, add a few of spoonfuls of water),
3. Gradually pour the sugar and cinnamon mixture with the sliced apples 3. Stir until the sugar is melted and add the cinnamon and the flour to the mixture,
4. Once the sauce has thickened, add the apples in the saucepan and mix until all the apples are covered in sauce

Then you can arrange the mixture on the piecrust, and then bake your pie in a preheated oven (200°c should be fine), and sit pretty while you wait for your derrishuz homemade apple pie to be done.

Juicy Apple Pie

The Juicy Pie will yield a juicy pie, and you may actually have to drain the juice before you can nom on it (depending on your apples). The Saucy Pie will be ready to nom hot off the oven (be careful not to burn your tongues though). The photo above is Juicy Apple Pie and the one below is the Saucy Apple Pie.

Saucy Apple Pie

Both are reaaally easy to make and also reaaally yummy pies. The Juicy Pie has less sauce and the Saucy Pie is a smidge sweeter. They’re both delicious, according to my tastebuds. To pick a recipe, it would just depend on your preference in the apple filling consistency. If you want the simplest of apple pies, try and make the Juicy Pie, if you want a pie with applesauce, try the Saucy pie. Below is a photo of the pies sliced, Juicy on the left, Saucy on the right.

Which one do you think is nommier? 🙂

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Mel is a developer by day, a couch potato by night, and a bacon lover at all times. She likes good noms, cute puppies, the color orange, and all things bacon. You may contact her at admin@bacontunamelt.com or anywhere via this blog.

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