Low Fat Cherry Apple Pie
1 Premade Double Crust Pie Pastry
3 Cups Of Fresh Skinless Chopped Crisp Apples
3 Cups Of Canned Dark Sweet Pitted Cherries
1 Teaspoon Of Freshly Ground Cinnamon
1/4 Teaspoon Of Freshly Ground Nutmeg
1/4 Cup Of Liquid Bees Honey
1 Tablespoon Of Whole Wheat Baking Flour
1 Tablespoon Of Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
1 Teaspoon Of Premium Mexican Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 Cups Of Dark Brown Sugar
1 Tablespoon Of Low Fat Margarine
1 Teaspoon Of Powdered Sugar
Serving Size 8
505 Calories Per Serving
5 Grams Of Fat
Our website administration received this low fat cherry apple pie recipe from Grey of Fort Ord, California.
For the very first step, please take out a pie dish, then line it with the premade bottom crust pastry. Next preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 175 degrees Celsius.
Next take out a large mixing bowl, and then add in the fresh skinless chopped crisp apples, canned dark sweet pitted cherries, freshly ground cinnamon, freshly ground nutmeg, liquid bees honey, whole wheat baking flour, fresh squeezed lemon juice, premium Mexican vanilla extract, and dark brown sugar. Briskly mix up these ingredients until you have an even and consistent pie filling mixture. Do be sure to not stir too hard, as you do not want to turn your canned cherries to mush.
Next spoon all of your pie filling into the pastry lined pie dish, then level it out. Next take out your top pastry crust layer, and firmly tuck it into place. Flute the edges of the crust so that the filling is tightly sealed inside. Moving along, next make several short slits in the top crust layer, as heat and moisture will build up inside of the pie while it's baking. Finally you will want to glaze the top crust layer with the low fat margarine and powdered sugar.
Lastly, slide the pie into the oven to bake for forty minutes, or until the outer crust is light golden in color, and the apple and cherries on the inside are tender and juicy. That concludes this recipe, please browse around our website some more for other delicious recipes.