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Apple pie without butter recipe of 11-09-2015 [Updated on 28-11-2018]

Today I offer you the apple pie without butter, a recipe from the simile sisters, master bakers and always a source of successful recipes. This apple pie is very, very sweet and, unlike other recipes that say "no butter" but then contain oil, it is really fat free. Well, the air has cooled and autumn is upon us (Sigh, Sob, Sgrunt) and the desire to prepare the classic desserts of this period has returned, and despite my mother's traditional apple pie recipe I would change it for anyone in the world, I like to experience something new every now and then in this genre too, then maybe I will do a hit parade;) Girls it was a very hard week, I'm really happy it's over because I couldn't take it anymore, I hope that a you go better, a kiss: *


How to make apple pie without butter

Peel the apples, remove the core, cut them into slices and place them in a bowl, then sprinkle them with the lemon juice and the grated peel of the citrus fruit.

Separately, whip the eggs with the sugar and whip them until the mixture is puffy and frothy.

Add the milk while continuing to whisk.

Then add the flour and baking powder and work well to obtain a homogeneous mixture.

Add the mixture to the bowl with the apples and mix gently with a wooden spoon.

Pour the mixture into a greased and floured mold.

Bake the apple pie in the oven at 180 ° C for about 45 minutes.

Let it cool and serve.

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