Thursday, December 2, 2010

COOKIE DOUGH APPLE PIE



So I came up with this concoction for the husband the other day and dare say so myself - it is DELICIOUS!
You see the husband loves apple pie and I didn't feel like making gluten free pastry etc.. So I just chopped up some apples baked them in the oven and then put my trusted cookie dough recipe i always use on top and baked it and OH WOW, Why haven't I tried this sooner?

Find the easy recipe below

COOKIE DOUGH APPLE PIE

INGREDIENTS
apples
cinnamon
raisins (leave out if you dislike them)
roughly 3 tablespoons brown organic sugar
125g butter
1egg

1 generous cup brown organic sugar

1 vanilla pod
1 generous cup gluten free flour (i use health connection)
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
cream


METHOD
Peel and cut up enough apples to fill your pie dish (i used 6)
Then sprinkle with raisins, brown sugar and a generous amount of cinnamon.
Place in the oven and bake at 180 degrees celcius, stir occasionally and cook until the apples are starting to soften but not fully cooked yet.
While the apples are baking assemble the cookie dough.
Beat the butter, egg, sugar and scraped out seeds from the vanilla pod in a medium bowl until smooth
Then stir in the flour, baking powder, and bicarbonate of soda ensuring that everything is well mixed. Add more flour if you need to the mixture should be nice and soft but not runny.
Once the apples are semi soft baking away in the oven take out the dish and plop/dot the cookie dough all over the mixture - yes it looks messy but it will spread out. The idea is for there to be little blobs of cookie dough all over your apple mixture but you can still see little bits of apple peaking through. You may have to much cookie dough for your pie - you can either bake some cookies or put it in the fridge in a sealed container for a second cookie dough pie tomorrow :) trust me you'll want another.
Turn the oven down to 150 degrees celcius and bake until the cookie dough has spread, risen a little and is light brown on top :)
cut up and serve with cream poured on top or with a good vanilla ice cream


  

10 comments:

  1. oooh...make me some. yum yum yum!

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  2. Yummy me...now how am I going to get through the day without this!

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  3. This looks delish! Hopefully see you tomorrow!x

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  4. this looks delicious! i wish i could bake!

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  5. Hi, tried this on Sunday for mother's day. Everyone absolutely loved it! Thanks so much for your effort :)

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  6. @brazen - i have made you some ;) and you like it! hehehe

    @Lynette - you should make it - its delish

    @Lana :) it was very nummy and thanks

    @Che you so can make this even if you don't bake :) try it!!! really!

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  7. @Izaan - so VERY glad it cake out well and was a Hit with your family :) its a pleasure and thanks for the comment letting me know

    Betty B

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  8. I just popped my first try at this into the oven. It looks and smells like heaven! I used to make same but just crumble gluten free cookies mixed with butter & brown sugar and chopped pecans which is great, but this is like a real upside down apple pie and I can't wait to eat it! I've been gluten free now for two years and seriously this is the first time I think I'm going to have baked something succussfully! Thank you thank you!

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  9. Okay, now I'm digging in. yummmmmmmm yum! Thank you for this awesome recipe. I'm in heaven!

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  10. yay soooo glad you like it! :)

    hugs

    Betty Bake x

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