Cream Cheese Carrot Muffins with Pumpkin Spice Mix

Warm Apple Pie


Our own apple tree hasn’t grown so big yet that we get apples at our summerhouse, but all of our neighbors has been so generous, since it’s been impossible for them to get around eating all of their apples, so when my mom came to visit we baked an old school apple pie, it was so amazing so I thought I wanted to share it with you guys. And I really love the photo too, how often can you sit on your terrace in October and eat pie and look at the amazing autumn sun? 🙂

What is your favorite apple recipe for the fall? Please share 🙂


For the pie dough:

250 gram butter

350 gram flour

150 gram sugar

1 egg

For the apple fillings:

10 apples (they were not very big)

150 gram sugar

2 tsp. cinnamon

80 gram flour


Put flour, butter and sugar in your Kitchen Aid and whip it until it gets crumbled, and the you gently pour in the egg.

Chill the dough in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

Peel the apples and cut them I smaller pieces and mix it with cinnamon, flour and sugar.

Divide the dough into two and roll them into a bottom and a pie lid.


Grease a pie dish with butter, lay the dough for the bottom in the pie dish and the filling is distributed on top. Put the lid on and close the edges gently with your fingers, cut a pair of elongated cut in the lid from the center to allow steam to leak.

Bake for 45 minutes at 200 degrees.

Serve it with sour cream.

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