Homemade Stovetop Apple Pie Filling is quick and easy. You can add your favorite seasons like cinnamon, nutmeg, maple syrup and more.
Today I’ve compiled for you, the best of my apple pie recipes. I’ve got over 18 apple recipes that are perfect for the fall season. More importantly, I am sharing my recipe for stovetop apple pie filling. Quite a few of my recipes call for this recipe, so I thought, why not show you how useful it is?
To make a stove top apple pie, you just need to peel some apple, add a few seasonings and cook on medium to low heat until the apples are fork tender. I always use maple syrup in my apple filling, it’s a touch of sweetness and helps to caramelize the apples. Trust me, it’s worth it!
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- 3 Medium apples, sliced
- 1 tbsp Lemon juice
- 1 tbsp Maple syrup
- 2 tbsp Light brown sugar
- 1 tbsp All-purpose flour
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- Slice apples into small pieces and squeeze a lemon over top and stir to combine.
- Add brown sugar, flour, maple syrup and cinnamon over top of apples. Stir to mix ingredients.
- Heat apples on the stove over medium heat for 15-20 minutes until soft. Stir occasionally. You want the apples to be soft. Set aside and allow to cool, refrigerating if necessary.
If you need a large batch, use 5 apples and double all the dry ingredients!
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Sometimes you just don’t feel like spending the time to peel, dice and cook a pie filling. That is one reason I choose to work with Lucky Leaf Pie Filling. Some of recipes below are make with Lucky Leaf products or they can be easily subsisted with pie filling. I am excited to be working with them again through 2016.