How To Make A Fruit Pie

Pies always take time to make, but don’t worry, we have a quick, easy fruit pie you can make right here!

  • Your choice of fruit (in our case, we chose apple and banana)
  • 3 eggs
  • 10 grams of baking powder
  • 5 grams of sugared vanilla
  • 1 tea-mug of yogurt
  • 200 grams of sugar
  • 100 grams of flour
  • 50 ml of sunflower oil.
  1. Preheat the oven at 180 degrees for 15 minutes.
  2. Grab a bowl and crack 3 eggs into it.13835567_925696434225021_1954361648_o
  3. Next, add 200 grams of sugar, 10 grams of baking powder and 5 grams of sugared vanilla.20160728_181059
  4. Whisk it for 5 minutes.20160728_181425
  5. After you’re done whisking, add 1 teacup of yogurt, 50 ml of sunflower oil and 100 grams of flour.20160728_181417
  6. Whisk it all until it is creamy and easily drips from the whisk when you lift it up from the bowl.20160728_181739
  7. Pick your pie bowl and coat it with a thin layer of oil, around the edges and, of course, the base.
  8. Pour the liquid into the your pie bowl.13844104_925696484225016_853192053_o
  9. Pick your fruits of choice and chop them up into small pieces. (We chose to use 1 apple and 1 banana)20160728_181721.jpg
  10. Put your fruits on top of your batter.13839721_925696504225014_550116455_o
  11. For a sweeter taste, add jam around the edges and in the middle.13682438_925696527558345_1131545472_o
  12. Put your pie in the oven and let it bake for 25 to 30 minutes.13840575_925696577558340_792511455_o
  13. After you take the pie out, let it cool for about 10 minutes.13662520_925696604225004_860940905_o
  14. And finally, the most important step, enjoy your pie!13835536_925696670891664_1016828007_o

Bon appétit!

Article by Marjona Ilkhomova

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