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Light Apple Pie

Light Apple Pie

This light apple pie is my daughter’s favorite one. She eats in a very balanced way and this pie is not far from her eating beliefs, because it has little dough but with many apples.

I have found it on the blog My Little Italian Kitchen, and I have already prepared it many times.

I admit I am not able to recognize the difference between the different qualities of apples regarding cooking and so I just use apples, with no specific indication of quality (fuji, granny smith or any kind you prefer… or have at home.


  • 1 kg apples (about 8 already cleaned and cooked)
  • 70 g/ 1/2 cup flour
  • 20 ml/ 0.7 fl oz extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 eggs
  • 50 g/ 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 100 ml/ 3.4 fl oz milk


  1. Peel and clean the apples, cutting them in thin slices.
  2. Turn on the oven 200C/392F.
  3. Beat the eggs with sugar until creamy. Add sifted flour, cinnamon, oil and milk. Beat until smooth and homogeneous.
  4. Add the sliced apples and mix well.
  5. Grease a spring pan or cover it with parchment paper. Pour the mixture in and level it with a spoon.
  6. Bake for 30 min in pre heated oven. If it should become too coloured, cover it with foil.
  7. When it is cooked, leave it 10 minutes more in the oven, with its door opened.
  8. Let the pie cool completely before removing it from the mold.
  9. Sprinkle it with icing sugar, if desired..

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