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How to Make Apple Pie Filling

Updated on July 07, 2015

Apple Pie Recipe

Everybody loves homemade apple pie. This recipe enables you to make apple pie filling and can and store it for later use. It is very easy to do as well !

Ingredients:

5 apples (per quart)

2 tablespoons of lemon juice

3/4 cup of apple juice

1/2 cup of water

1 cup of sugar

1 1/2 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice

1/4 cup of cornstarch

First prepare your apples by peeling them, coring, and slicing. You then want to put your apples into the 1/2 cup water once it comes to a boil, for just 1 minute. Remove it from the heat, but keep it in the pan, and keep it hot.


How to Can Apple Pie Filling

In another small pan add the rest of the above ingredients together, just until it starts to boil. Remove from heat.

Into quart sized jars add apples and liquid mixture, leaving about half an inch space at the top. Gently run a butter knife along the inside of the jar to get rid of any air bubbles.

Process for 25 minutes, and you're done !

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      RTalloni 4 years ago from the short journey

      This has to be so much better than store-bought pie fillings!

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      Paul Edmondson 4 years ago from Burlingame, CA

      How long will it last in the jar?

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      Barbara Kay Badder 4 years ago from USA

      MMM I use to make this every year. Most of the apple trees had frost this year. I'll have to see if I can get apples at a good enough price to can it this year. I didn't just use it for a pie filling, but for other deserts as well. I loved the stuff.

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      Deborah 4 years ago from Italy

      It is, there's no comparison !

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      Deborah 4 years ago from Italy

      It's the same as with most canned goods, 2-3 years.

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