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Tender Oatmeal Apple Pear Pie

Cooked Tender Oatmeal Apple Pear Pie

Time to cook: 45 minutes

Total Servings: 8

Nutritional Value

For those who like juicy crunchy crumbly pies! I know we have a lot of recipes for crumbly pies on this site, but this is the first time I've risked posting my recipe. I'm posting the recipe to help those who "alas" Can't have semolina, can't have white wheat flour and can't have too much sugar! Oatmeal, on the other hand, is recommended! It might appeal to those with diabetics in the family! It's delicate, I would say "moist" Dessert pie is my favorite! It's my go-to handy when you want to treat yourself to hot tea with homemade cakes in damp weather.

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Ingredients for Tender Oatmeal Apple Pear Pie "diet":


  • Oat flakes (Preferably the finest grind (250g glass)) - 1 glass
  • Oat flour - 3/4 glass
  • Wheat flour / Flour (You can use whole wheat flour) - 1/4 glass
  • Fructose (You can substitute 1-2 tablespoon of liquid honey or brown sugar (if diet allows)) - 3 tablespoon
  • Salt (with or without salt)
  • Leavening agent (1/12 tsp.l. of baking soda (do not extinguish it - fruit acid will extinguish it)) - 1 teaspoon
  • Butter (I put even less, but since.к. butter is our "binding" ingredient- put 90g the first time) - 90 g
  • Cinnamon - 1 teaspoon
  • Vanillin - 1 teaspoon
  • Apple (large) - 2 pcs
  • Pear (large) - 1 pc

How to cook tender oatmeal apple and pear pie "diet" step by step with photos


First I grate 2 large apples and a large pear, preferably of the sweet variety, on a coarse grater. к. This allows me to cut the sugar (fructose) to a minimum

Then I mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Be sure to sift the flour to oxygenate it. This is a must! Considering that sometimes there are foreign substances in the flour.

So, our dry mix is ready. And the fruit is grated.

Next, I take an oval glass dish and cover it with baking paper.

Then I pour most of the dry mixture into the bottom of the mold and smooth it out without tamping it down. And spread our grated fruit on top (Along with the juice!)

If you think that the juice is too much, you can squeeze the fruit a little bit into another container. I don't.

Then place the rest of the dry mixture on top of the fruit, gently smoothing it out with a spoon.

The next step is to grate the cooled butter. In the photo you can see that I take half a packet of butter (90 g). But most of the time I take even less butter, about 50g. Since I don't mind if my pie is a little "shapeless" - so you can spoon it up like a cake. And even if there are oatmeal crumbs on the side I like it. After all, my goal is to get the most dietary dish for myself:)

I rub the butter right "in the weight", but that may not be convenient for everyone. So grate it on a plate and then sprinkle airy crumbs of butter on top of the pie

Here it is, our cake is ready to go in the oven, which we heat to 180 -200 degrees (you know your oven better than me:)). Bake the pie for about 30-40 minutes. Keep your eyes peeled! Keep an eye on our PUSH, so it doesn't stick. The fruit will sap. The butter will melt and "will bind" all of our dry mixture.

After removing from the oven, leave the pie alone for a while - don't take it out of the mold. Let it cool a bit. I usually put it on a plate after about 2 hours with the paper, gently.

In this photo, the cake is already without paper and sprinkled with powdered sugar, because. к. It's a holiday version. It was baked during the Christmas vacations (and there were a lot of applicants for it, except for me))) My grown boys always "carry" my diet baked goods!

Help yourself! From the bottom of my heart, I want you to use and enjoy this recipe! The pie is very fruity (fruit is a big part of it). Maybe someone wouldn't call it a pie, but just a fruit dessert. And don't judge too harshly, because this recipe isn't for EVERYONE - those who can eat anything! It's for those who are looking for a dietetic pastry for their children or for themselves and want to diversify their table. BON APPETIT!!!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
3557.8 Calories
Protein
79.9 g
Fat
109.4 g
Carbohydrates
564.2 g
Per Serving:
Calories
444.7 Calories
Protein
10 g
Fat
13.7 g
Carbohydrates
70.5 g
100g:
Calories
271.6 Calories
Protein
6.1 g
Fat
8.4 g
Carbohydrates
43.1 g

Salt, Flour, Wheat Flour, Butter, Sweet, Apple, Sour, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Baking powder, Pear, Baking, Oatmeal, Tart, Cakes, Fudge, Fructose

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