Frozen Apple Pie Filling
7 Cups Of Fresh Skinless Chopped Granny Smith Apples
1 Cup Of Firmly Packed Dark Brown Cane Sugar
1/2 Cup Of Organic Rolled Oats
1/8 Cup Of White All Purpose Baking Flour
1 Teaspoon Of Fresh Ground Cinnamon
1/4 Teaspoon Of Fresh Ground Nutmeg
1/4 Cup Of Cold Unsalted Real Butter
1 Tablespoon Of Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
1 Teaspoon Of Pure Liquid Vanilla Extract
1/4 Cup Of White Superfine Cane Sugar
1 Pinch Of Fine Ground Table Salt
1 Pinch Of McCormick Ground Ginger
Serving Size 8
337 Calories Per Serving
13 Grams Of Fat
Many thanks to Denez from Paris, France for emailing us this easy to make frozen apple pie filling recipe.
To get started, please take out a heavy bottom saucepan, and then add in the fresh skinless chopped Granny Smith apples, dark brown cane sugar, organic rolled oats, white all purpose baking flour, fresh ground cinnamon, fresh ground nutmeg, cold unsalted real butter, freshly squeezed lemon juice, pure liquid vanilla extract, white superfine sugar, fine ground table salt, and ground ginger. Heat these ingredients over medium heat, stirring often to prevent the filling from burning.
Once the contents begin to boil, lower the heat to low, then place a lid over the saucepan and let the filling mixture simmer for roughly ten minutes, or until the apples become nice and tender. Once your apple pie filling is consistent and uniform, remove the saucepan from the burner, and let the filling cool down to room temperature, stirring it while it cools.
Once your filling is cool, pour it into a freezer proof container, seal the container, and then slide it into the freezer. The filling will keep for several weeks if properly stored. When you're ready to use the filling, simply let it thaw at room temperature, then spoon it into your pie crust.
If you would like to make this recipe in bulk, simply multiply the proportions accordingly. It doubles successfully. Thanks for visiting our website.