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Today is about the yummies in the tummies!
“A Fall Food Must”
- We love fall foods! Let’s expand our recipe books by sharing go to foods that we have at fall get-togethers or tailgates!
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I think most people associate pies with fall.
I am going to let you in on a little secret. I am not a big fan of pie. Actually, I am not a fan at all. The texture of pie crusts is just icky to me, and I just can’t get over it enough to eat it. I know most of you are probably shaking your head.
I do love pie filling.
So whether it is pie or cheesecake, I usually scrape all the guts out and leave the crust.
I was in search of finding a recipe that I could make a “pie” without the gross crust part.
Enter “apple pie sugar cookie cake.” Or what I am calling Everything It’s Not cake.
I saw something similar to this on Pinterest and made some adjustments to make it my own recipe.
Everything It Is Not Cake
4 packages of pre-made sugar cookies
2 cans of apple pie filling
4 tsp of cinnamon
1/4 cup of sugar
You will mix the Cinnamon and sugar together to “dust” the layers you are about to make.
I couldn’t find my cake pan, so I used a bundt cake pan. I think my rectangle pan may have disappeared in the move…
The cookies in my package looked like this but you can use the ones that come in rolls too.
You will take approximately one package of cookies and knead it into one layer on the bottom of the pan.
Then you take the cinnamon/sugar mix and sprinkle it over the dough.
Take one can of apple pie filling and layer it on top.
Then dust another layer of cin/sugar mix on top of the apples.
Then you put another layer off the sugar cookie dough on top of this. You will have to flatten out the dough and lightly smoosh or just lay it on top. It doesn’t need to be perfectly covered.
Then you repeat with the “dusting” and apple pie filling.
Once you have two layers of the dough and apples, then you put on your remaining layer of sugar cookies.
On this one, I just sort of flattened the cookies. This made for a thicker layer of sugar cookie. Then you add a final layer of the cinnamon/sugar mix.
You will keep this in the oven for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Your oven may vary so check it at 35 minutes.
The top layer will harden faster than the rest of the layers. I also don’t recommend using the bundt pan if you have a regular pan.
This is definitely not a healthy recipe, but it will satisfy any sweet tooth.
The middle layers will be gooey so just be aware of that. I like it because there are a variety of textures, and not one that resembles pie crust.
This is a yummy recipe and super easy to do. You can only do one layer if you want, which will change the consistency of the middle layers. You would just need to cut the recipe in half.
As I said, you shouldn’t do this is a bundt pan. The filling will seep through. Just so you know our fire alarm does work in our house. Whoops.
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This looks so delicious! And don’t you hate when things disappear on your moves? I never realize it until six months later when I go looking for it.
There must be a really well stocked house somewhere with all these missing items. It is inevitable that I lose something.
This dish looks so good! I like the cookie dough idea, I would have never thought to substitute it for pie crust.
It is a great substitute! Then I don’t feel so bad about wasting the crust!
That looks sooo yummy!!! Anddddddd really makes me miss baking…. sigh…..
Oh my gosh! I’m so going to try this!