Apple Pie Filling Recipe

Using whatever variety of apple best suits your tastes, this recipe saves you the time of making your pie crust from scratch without sacrificing the homemade taste.



Fall 2012

  • Herb Teichman and his wife grow Pink Pearl apples, a red-fleshed apple developed in 1944 by Albert Etter. Pink Pearls have translucent, yellow-green skin and a crisp flesh that is sweet-tart.
    Photo by Hazel Freeman

Try this recipe more than once using different varieties of apples, or even combining them, to see which flavor you find comes through best.


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