Apple Pie Filling Recipes

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“Ah Autumn… I love you, my favorite season, my cozy friend who returns loyally each and every year.”
Author Unknown

Apples are a sure sign of Autumn.  I have such fond memories of going to the orchards and picking… the sweet smell lingering heavily and heavenly.   Bringing home the bounty with big plans on preserving… and preserve I do!

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This is the first year that we’ve harvested the apples off our tree… it’s such an incredible feeling to provide for yourself… to feed your loved ones from what you’ve nurtured to fruition. We harvested fifteen bushels of apples off this tree last week… more apple sauce, canned apple pie filling and next week… cider!

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Although Spring is my favorite time of year, Autumn is close behind with all the promises of a well-fed family until I can once again go to my gardens and plant the next harvest seasons promise.

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The other day I offered to share some of my recipes for using the canned and frozen apple pie filling I taught you how to make. Here they are! Both these recipes can be found in my cookbook, Lovingly Seasoned Eats & Treats. You can purchase my book here or at my Facebook page.

Favorite Apple Cobbler can be found on pg. 330

DPP_00232 quart apple pie filling
2 c white flour
2 c sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
4 eggs 1/2 c butter
1/2 c. pecans, chopped (optional)

1. Spread apple pie filling a  greased 9x13x2 inch pan (you can use any pie filling you’d like).

2. Mix remaining ingredients and spread over fruit filling.

3. Bake at 350 degrees for 4050 minutes.

Cake Mix and Pie Filling Desert can be found on pg. 333

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1 box cake mix
2 large eggs, or 3 medium
1 quart canned pie filling
1 tsp. almond or vanilla flavoring

Suggestions:
Chocolate mix- cherry pie filling
White or yellow mix- blueberry pie filling
Spice mix- apple pie filling Lemon mix- lemon pie filling or use your imagination

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Lightly grease a 9×13 inch pan; set aside.

3. Place all ingredients in a large mixing bowl; beat with mixer on low for 1 minute. Scrape down sides; beat 2 minutes more on medium.  Batter should look thick and well blended.

4. Pour in pan, smoothing the top with a spatula. Place in preheated oven and bake for 30-35 minutes. Cool; serve with cool whip or ice cream.

Have fun baking… and feel free to share your ideas here in the comments section! I’d love to hear what you’d do with it!

Happy Day,
Jean

10 thoughts on “Apple Pie Filling Recipes

  1. Hi Jean,
    Thank you for sharing the recipes. I really like the picture of the apples you took that you pulled off of your tree. The look wonderful. My wife would enjoy your blog, she likes to garden also.

    • Hi Karl!
      Thanks for the kind words! We had a lot of fun picking them…even with the tired shoulder afterward! But it was worth every hour we spent… plus just fun to do it with my children!
      Hope your wife stops by…
      Best,
      Jean

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