Shades of Autumn Pie

Fall 2002, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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The season's best apples - plus a pear for its delicate flavor - fill this wholesome pie. A touch of ginger imparts fragrance and warmth. Serve with low-fat vanilla ice cream or vanilla yogurt.

Shades of Autumn Pie

1 Review for Shades of Autumn Pie

Wonderful cold weather dessert

This pie is worth the effort. Used granny smith apples and substituted pecans with walnuts. Otherwise, followed the recipe and it turned out awesome. The ginger is a wonderful compliment to the apples and pears. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you are in heaven.

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