The late Thanksgiving post!

Was Thanksgiving really a week and a half ago? Wow, time flies by fast! I apologize for not posting this sooner, it was on my mind, but life has been quite busy these days. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I did. 🙂

I was able to bake my special Cranberry-Berry Pie (I combined a few recipes together and made my own recipe), and also a Apple-Crumb Pie. I planned to bake a pumpkin pie as well, and I even searched for a recipe. But, then I decided not to do it anymore. It sounded a little complicated (I wanted to use a pumpkin, not a pumpkin from a can), and I also didn’t know how it was going to turn out.  I didn’t mind though because we had store-bought pumpkin pie. 🙂 I also wanted to do the sweet potato casserole, but since I was so busy with the pies, my sister Abby offered to make the casserole, and it was a great relief. Thank you Abby!

Because I was practically baking two pies at a time, I don’t have too many step-by-step pictures. But I have pictures with the end results. I also had help from my sister Lois with cutting the apples. Thank you Lois!

Now for some pictures…

 The pie pans with their fruits ready to be made

The pies with their fillings ready for their crust

The Cranberry-Berry Pie!

Apple-Crumb Pie                                                                 

The great sweet potato casserole my sister Abby made!

All ready for the guests!

The pie table


The recipe:

Apple-Crumb Pie


Bottom Crust:

2 cups flour

1/4 tsp. salt

3/4 cups of butter

6 Tbsp. cold water

Crumb Topping:

1/3 cup sugar

3/4 cup flour

6 Tbsp. butter

Pie Filling:

6-8 apples (diced)

1/3 cups sugar

1/3 cups brown sugar

1 1/2 Tbsp. lemon juice

3 Tbsp. flour

1/2 tsp. cinnamon


Bottom Crust:

Mix together the flour, salt, butter, together in a small bowl. Slowly add the water. Form into a soft dough and place into pie dish.

For the filling:

Dice the apples. Mix the apples together with the sugar, brown sugar, lemon juice, flour, cinnamon in a pot. Place over medium low heat stirring occasionally until the apples become a little soft. Pour them over the pie dough. Place in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 min.

Wile the pie is baking, make the crumb topping. Mix the sugar, flour, and butter together in a small bowl until it becomes crumbly. When the pie is ready, sprinkle crumbles over the entire surface of the pie. Bake for another 15-20 min. Enjoy!



5 thoughts on “The late Thanksgiving post!

  1. Oh! Your pies look delicious! I’m sure they were! We didn’t make any dessert for our Thanksgiving meal because we already had so much food =)

    I got your email this morning…thank you for writing to me! It’s always so much fun to hear from you.

    Blessings to you!

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