Shredded Apple Pie
Who can resist eating a piece of great apple pie? Certainly not anyone that thinks apple pie is the ultimate dessert. Apple pies are traditionally a dessert made with love by Grandmother's for decades, and there have been many 'secret' recipes and ingredients along with those that are happily shared.
Calling all apple pie lovers, take notes and bookmark this page, because you are about to learn how to make the one of best apple pies in the world. To support that statement, this particular apple pie can be experienced in one of the best restaurants out there named Rococo’s Steakhouse. Rococo's Steakhouse is well known for its apple pie and d today is your lucky day because we are going to share with you the recipe that they use!
This apple pie recipe may just become a legacy in your family. You can pass the secrets of making this dessert to your children and their children because it is that good!
The apples used in this pie are Red Delicious Apples that are a sweet crispy apple. The apples are wash, peeled and shredded for this pie. The filling also has butter, sugar, eggs, flour, vanilla, cinnamon and a pinch of salt. The combination of ingredients in the filling form a fabulous texture. This pie is delicious served with vanilla ice cream and for an extra special burst of flavor, caramel sauce drizzled on each piece will cause and explosion of joy to your tastebuds.
Apple pie lovers please be sure to give this recipe a try and when you have finally tasted this dessert, that is when you will realize that this is no ordinary shredded apple pie. You will be glad that you have stumbled on this page today. You will not regret baking this one, and it will be worth your effort and energy once you have seen the satisfied look on your family’s faces. Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the " Life in the LOFTHOUSE" website below.
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