I loooove cooking and baking, but usually don’t write blog posts about food or share recipes In my IG stories I do love to share some skinfood inspiration and that’s great fun.
But today we gathered some delicious apples fallen on the ground in the little garden and guess what – I decided to make the classic pie for this season – the Apple pie.
I had made it several times after a traditional recipe, but today I decided to replace the ingredients such as wheat flour, sugar and yogurt with some more healthy alternatives. It turned out to such a delicate and yummie pie, that I decided to share this easy peasy recipe with you.
Give it a try, I’m sure you’ll love it!
(it makes a 6 small pieces pie)
80 g butter (you can replace it completely with coconut butter, or half butter, half coconut butter. I made it half/half, because I love buttery taste!)
125 g stevia sugar
150 ml coconut milk (or other creamy plant milk)
3 tea spoons baking powder
225 g alternative flour ( I mixed 85 g almond flour, 85 g coconut flour and 55 g quinoa flour)
2 tea spoons cinnamon powder
3 tea spoons coconut sugar
40 g butter (or coconut buttel)
Melt the butter and put it aside. Whip the egg, add the stevia sugar, backing powder and the coconut milk, while whipping all the time. Add the melted butter at last, and mix it with the rest of the ingredients until soft and homogeneous “dough” is formed.
Butter the bottom of a pie dish and pour the mixture in it. Press it slightly, so it “fits” the dish.
Take 2-3 small tasty apples and slice them into thin pieces. Arrange the pieces on the top of the pie by gently pressing their half into the “dough”. Arrange the apple pieces very close to each other.
Mix cinnamon and coco sugar and sprinkle generously over the beautifully arranged apple pieces. Melt the butter and pour over the sprinkle.
I did add some chopped walnuts and cashews, and some raisins.
Bake the apple pie apprx. 20-25 min. in 195 degrees C.
Wait until it cools down a little and enjoy!
P.S. A lovely Apple glycerite for skincare formulations is in the making too… I hardly can wait to see the result.