My granny smith apple pie is chock full of freshly sliced apples, rich brown sugar, and homemade apple pie spice for a truly unforgettable dessert! This classic, fall favorite pie tastes great any time of the year! Don't worry about mushy apples or soggy crust, this recipe is fool-proof!
You can get pretty creative with how you want to let the steam release from your pie! You can cut standard slits in the pie, use a pie bird, cut out cute shapes, or even make a beautiful latticework.
The top of your crust can be brushed with milk or an egg wash (egg white wash = egg whites + water, or a whole egg wash = whole egg + water).
If your pie crust has turned golden-brown, but the inside is not done cooking, use aluminum foil to cover the edges of the pie crust. This will prevent them from over-browning while the rest of your pie finishes baking.
To store: Fruit pies that are made with sugar can be stored at room temperature for up to 2 days. Anything longer than that will need to be refrigerated for up to 4 days, but the pie crust may slowly begin to get soggy. If you like your pie to be warm, you can reheat individual slices in the microwave.
To freeze: Tightly wrap your pie and store it in the freezer for up to 4 months. Allow it to thaw at room temperature and then pop it into the oven at 350°F (175°C) until heated.
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