Easy Apple Pie Slice – Thermomix and Conventional Methods

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Close up of apple slice

Apple Pie, let me set the scene.  It’s about 7:30 at night, and we’ve just sat down to binge-watch zombie shows on the TV.  Hubby turns to me and says “I want Pie” OMG really, I’ve just sat down?

You don’t say anything for a bit because you think, “I couldn’t be bothered” and “He needs to learn to cook”.  Then I thought a bit more; maybe it’s best if I stick to the cooking.  I can only imagine what the kitchen would look like after a stint of hubby baking.  Then, Dam he’s got it into your head.  Now you want pie, and you’re thinking about how you can do it quick and easy.

He’ll want berry, you want apple. But you still couldn’t be bothered.  But wait, what if!

 

Dry mix of Apple pie slice recipe

This is what I came up with.  So simple, so easy, so fast.  Apple pie that’s not apple pie but tastes like apple pie.  Well, you could change the apple to anything, want peach pie, or cherry pie.  Go for it.  You could do a half and half.  Just listen to me, I’m full of it.  NO, IDEAS silly.

Image of melted butter and egg

 

I would have done half and half, but there are only so many clever things I can come up with while watching zombies.  LOL

Apple Pie slice ingredients mixed together in a bowl

 

Apple Pie Slice

5 from 1 reviews
Too Easy Apple Pie Slice
 
Not Apple Pie
Author:
Ingredients
  • 1 tbsp demerara or any sugar if you don't have it
  • ½ tsp of my warming spice or cinnamon.
  • 380 g apples
  • 250 g Self-Raising Flour
  • 220 g Sugar
  • 125 g melted butter (don't have this too hot when you mix the egg)
  • 1 free range egg
Method
  1. Pop the oven on to 180° c or 160° c fan and line a biscotti tin or small cake tin.
  2. Place the sugar and cinnamon in a bowl, mix well and set aside.
  3. Weigh the self-rasing flour and sugar into a bowl and set aside.
  4. Weight the melted butter and egg into a bowl and mix with a fork to completely combine.
  5. Chop the apple into 1 - 2 cm squares and place them in a large bowl.
  6. Sprinkle the flour/sugar mix over the top and mix to combine.
  7. Pour the butter/egg mix over the top and mix to combine. This is going to look dry at first, and you'll think "What, somethings wrong", but no, it isn't, keep going you'll get there.
  8. Now that everything is mixed tip the crumbly mixture into the tin and spread it around as best you can. Don't press it down too firmly; it's nicer crumbly. 😉
  9. Now sprinkle the sugar/cinnamon mix on top and whack it in the oven.
  10. It took 35 mins to bake on moist fan in my oven, but just keep an eye on it. If you think the base isn't cooked yet but the top is browning too much go for the shower cap arrangement I've shown in the past. All ovens are different and it will depend on what sort of pan you've chosen.

5 from 1 reviews
Too Easy Apple Pie Slice
 
Too Easy Apple Pie Author: Bec's Table Not Apple Pie
Author:
Ingredients
  • 1 tbsp demerara or any sugar if you don't have it
  • ½ tsp of my warming spice or cinnamon.
  • 380 g apples
  • 250 g Self-Raising Flour
  • 220 g Sugar
  • 125 g melted butter
  • 1 free range egg
Method
  1. Pop the oven on to 180°c or 160°c fan and line a biscotti tin or 20cm round cake tin.
  2. Place the sugar and spice in a small bowl and mix to combine then set aside.
  3. Weigh the flour and sugar into the TM bowl and mix on speed 5/5 seconds then remove and set aside.
  4. With the butter chopped in small cubes weigh into the TM bowl and set melt at 50°c/4min/speed 3
  5. Add the egg to the TM bowl and mix on speed 3.5/3 seconds
  6. Chop the apples into 1cm - 2 cm cubes. I leave the skin on, but you can remove it if you like. Then add them to the TM bowl
  7. Return the flour/sugar mix to the TM bowl and mix on reverse speed + 3/10 seconds
  8. Scrape the contents out of the TM bowl and spread out into your lined baking tin. Don't squash down too much it will sort itself out in the oven.
  9. Now sprinkle the sugar/spice mix over the top and whack it in the oven.
  10. It took 35 mins to bake on moist fan in my oven, but just keep an eye on it. If you think the base isn't cooked yet but the top is browning too much go for the shower cap arrangement I've shown in the past. All ovens are different and it will depend on what sort of pan you've chosen.

 

Apple Pie Slice mix in biscotti tin

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Do you like Apple in your baked sweets?  Check this recipe out too. Apple Crumble Muffins – Thermomix and Conventional Recipes

I’d love to hear what you think about it, post all your comments below. 😉

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