Sour Cream Apple Pie
Passed to your plate by Rachael Leson
As a kiddo, my parents would take my brother and me to Lynds Fruit Farm in the fall and we would come home with bags and bags (and bags) of apples. My mom would then put us to work helping her peel the apples, while she would cook down the apples to make applesauce that would last an entire year. As a reward, she would make us a sour cream apple pie. Now, it’s my go-to for housewarmings, dinner parties and weddings (true story). My mom uses an unbaked pie shell, but in a pinch I discovered this ‘shortcut pie crust’ and it’s been the perfect addition to my mom’s original recipe.