It was the perfect Easter dinner treat! Grandkids said we should have the pie every year.. I expect we'll order it more often than that. After hearing my enthusiastic review, earlier this week, a friend sent the pie to his Mom in Fla. Have yet to hear her review, Thank you!! Babs Evans
My eldest Grandson's favorite pie is "Apple Pie". I ordered the first pie at Thanksgiving. He loved it, took the pie home with him. He could not eat it all before he had to go back to college. I ordered another one for Christmas. Again, he loved his pie. He took the left over pie home with him, stating: "I won't have to leave it this time." He doesn't like just any apple pie~~~only his mother's or his Aunt Jen's apple pie, but he said this pie was as "good" as their homemade pie. We probably will order again next year.
The flavor was outstanding and the Hit of Christmas Eve, and the Carmel Topped one Christmas Day. The only issues were that the first one the crust was broken off half way around when it arrived. This let the liquids leak all over while baking. The second one was perfect! But the plain one and the Carmel-Pecan topped one were both amazing flavor wise. We will give these another go for sure.
Pie was good but the crust separated from the pie too easily and fell apart with cutting.
Frozen & unbaked pies can be kept for 3-4 weeks. Baked pies can be kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
Thaw pie at room temperature for 5-6 hours. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush top of pie with milk and sprinkle with sugar. Bake in oven for 60-75 minutes. Crust should be golden brown and apples soft when tested with a toothpick.