Monday, December 5, 2016

Sweet Saturday: Apple Pie


I've been sure checking the apples from my garden that they are still fresh, so I have managed cooking and my family and I had delicious apple pie for Saturday lunch. We name it 'charlotte'. It's very easy to make it
You need :
1 glass of flour
1 glass of sugar (I put less sugar)
4 eggs
and of course, slices of apples


I put slices of apples on a bottom of a round pan and then pour whipped mixture of ingredients. That's all.
Oven 375 F( 200 C) 30 min
recipe here


I enjoy 'charlotte' with a cup of flavored tea. 
Do you love apple pie? 
What is your favorite one?



46 comments:

  1. I do like apple pie and yours looks good.

    We have been using up our apples too.

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    1. Sure Sue, we have to use up our crop, fruit and veggies.

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  2. Oh, what a delicious-looking! Have a nice week.

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  3. This Apple Pie looks a very tasty! Fabulous idea for Sunday tea! Kind regards!

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  4. I have to give you a little history - my maternal family name was 'Sweet.' :-) I love dessert of any kind but can really enjoy a piece of apple pie with a cup of good coffee. This looks delicious and beautiful. I've 'pinned' it for future use like maybe later today. :-)

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    1. Nice name, Judy! I do enjoy apple pie when cooking is so easily, I have no patience doing long time recipes.

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  5. Lovely, apple Charlotte well known in Scotland.

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    1. What a surprise, Alistair! I did not know that Charlotte apple pis is popular in Scotland.

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  6. This apple pie looks delicious. We make Dutch apple pie which has about the same ingredients and also tastes delicious with coffee or tea, we don´t use it for lunch.
    With kind regards, Janneke

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    1. I see this recipe is well known in many countries, Janneke. I love it for easiness.

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  7. Se ve delicioso, a mí me encanta la tarta de manzana; también la suelo hacer. Besos y feliz semana.

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    1. Sobre todo, esta tarta es facil de hacer, que me gusta mas, Teresa.

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  8. I love to eat apple pie! Your apple pie looks really so tasty, Nadezda! I would like to eat a piece of the apple pie for morning coffee!
    Greetings

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  9. looks like a good recipe! Apple pie is one of my favorites!

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  10. Lovely post, Nadezda!
    I surely love apple pies... and I love cinnamon too, so we usually add it when me make apple pies. I have seen on blogs how one could form roses on top of the pie using the thin slices of apples. Mine don't really look like roses, but I'm working on it. :)
    Have a happy week!

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    1. Oh, Sara making roses from apple slices is super cooking. I have no such qualification. I'm sure your pie looks very pretty as well.

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  11. Your apple pie looks delicious and perfect for morning coffee. It's extra special because the apples came from your own garden!

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    1. It's true, Peter. When you see apple tree in blossom then small fruit start growing and ripen, the apple pie came from your own apples is the most delicious.

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  12. Own apples, desire and a delicious apple pie, and that I would certainly tasted. Greets and thank you for remember me.

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    1. Dear Giga, I've never forgotten you, glad you virtually like this apple pie.

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  13. Nadezda,
    Your "Charlotte" looks very appetizing.
    Kisses and greetings.
    Lucja

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  14. It looks really delicious, Nadezda!!! :)

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  15. Boa tarde, saborosa torta de maçã que apetece ser saboreada, vou guardar a receita, só que não tenho as boas maçãs do seu jardim.
    Continuação de boa semana,
    AG

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    1. Antonio, la receta es muy facil, creo que te guste.

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  16. Looks delicious! We make our apple pies a little differently, with a thin crust. I usually ask for an apple pie instead of cake for my birthday.

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    1. I do understand you Jason. I love fruit pies and cakes as well.

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  17. I absolutely love apple pie and can eat the whole thing at one sitting. Thanks for this easy recipe. I am definitely going to make it this weekend.

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    1. I'm glad KL you liked such easy recipe, sure your pie will be delicious.

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  18. This looks such a lovely, light pie. I will make it for our family dinner sometime soon. Thank you for sharing the recipe and tempting photos.

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    1. You're welcome Betty. This pie is easy to make, you need 40-45 minutes and ready to eat.

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  19. This looks so delicious Nadezda. I learned a recipe at primary school called 'Apple Charlotte' and this looks very similar.

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    1. If kids of primary school are able to make 'Apple Charlotte', therefore I could do it too :-), Juliet. I wonder that the recipe is such popular in many countries.

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  20. I love apple cake. Also I like to make it with a mixture of apples and pears and a little bit of lemon peel, that is very delicious!

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    1. Oh, yes, Jenny you're right, adding a little of lemon peel we have another nice taste.

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  21. Te salió riquisimo Nadezda. Tiene una pinta estupenda. Me encanta el pastel de manzana y el té :))
    Buena semana amiga.
    Besos

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    1. Si, este pastel fue muy rico, Laura y de las manzanas del propio jardin.

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  22. It looks really delicious! I bake different apple cakes and they all are very-very good. You can't fail with apples, I think! :)

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    1. I agree, I can't Tistou :-) Sure your apple pies are very tasty!

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