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Deep-Dish Apple-Blackberry Pie

Deep-Dish Apple-Blackberry Pie

Deep-Dish Apple-Blackberry Pie is :

gluten free , dairy free , lacto ovo vegetarian , vegan

Prep Time: 35 minutes
Cook time: 115 minutes
Total time: 150 minutes
Yield: 8 Servings
Tags: Vegan
Health Score: 2 %


2 cups

1/4 cup


granulated sugar
1 - 1/2 tablespoons

lemon juice
1 - 1/2 pounds

tart apples
1 teaspoon

vanilla extract


  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Coat a 9-inch deep-dish pie pan with nonstick spray.

  2. Combine lemon juice and vanilla in a large bowl. Peel, core and cut apples into 3/4-inch chunks, tossing them in the lemon juice mixture as you work.

  3. Mix 2/3 cup sugar and cornstarch and toss with apples.

  4. Add blackberries.

  5. Place 2 overlapping sheets of plastic wrap on a work surface. Set the larger disk of dough in the center and cover with 2 more sheets of plastic wrap.

  6. Roll the dough into a 13-inch circle.

  7. Remove top sheets and invert dough into the prepared pan, letting excess dough hang over the edges. Gently press the dough into bottom and sides of pan. Pull off plastic wrap. With a rubber spatula, scrape the apple-blackberry filling into pie shell.

  8. Roll out smaller disk of dough as above, making an 11-inch circle.

  9. Remove top sheets of plastic and invert dough over filling. Pull off plastic wrap. Press together edges of pastry to seal. With the tip of a sharp knife, cut 3 or 4 short slashes to vent steam. Moisten a pastry brush with water and lightly brush top of pie. Sprinkle with the remaining 1 tablespoon sugar.

  10. Place the pie on a baking sheet with sides.

  11. Bake until crust is golden and filling bubbles, 45 to 55 minutes. Cool on a wire rack for about 1 hour.

  12. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Wine Pairing :

  • lambrusco dolce
  • late harvest riesling
  • vin santo

Lambrusco Dolce, Late Harvest Riesling, and Vin Santo are my top picks for Pie. These wines are all sweet, which is important since wine should usually be sweeter than the food you're pairing with it.