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I remember as a little girl, getting off the school bus every Wednesday at grandma’s house. She’d always have my favorite pie baking for me; apple crumb. Oh, how I adored those pies. Flaky butter crust, crisp apples with a gooey sauce, and a sugary sweet crumb topping. So good!
When I came across this recipe, I was hesitant to make it because I didn’t want to fix something that wasn’t broken. Grandma’s recipe had been working for all of these years, and there really wasn’t anything to change. So, I didn’t change anything. However, I added something to the recipe: caramel. Wow! What a delightful kick this one little ingredient gave to this already amazing pie!
Recipe courtesy of Almanac.
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Quick Tip: You can always tent the pie with aluminum foil if you notice the top browning too quickly. That’s what grandma always did!