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Christopher Columbus Grilled Apple Pie

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Ingredients (4)

  • 2 large flour tortillas
  • 2 apples, peeled and sliced thin
  • caramel sauce (that is meant to be heated)
  • cinnamon flavored granola bar, crumbled
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Christopher Columbus Grilled Apple Pie

This is a quick and easy dessert that goes great with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. So why is it called a Christopher Columbus Apple Pie? Because it’s flat!

Instructions

  1. 1Spread a layer of caramel sauce on the first tortilla.
  2. 2place two layers of apple slices around the tortilla.
  3. 3Place the second tortilla on top of apples.
  4. 4Spread a thin layer of caramel over top of second tortilla.
  5. 5Sprinkle crumbled granola chunks over top of second tortilla.
  6. 6Slide the pie onto a grill heated to a medium temperature (400-450F) and close grill lid.
  7. 7Check the progress of the pie in 3-4 minutes by lifting the pie with a spatula and checking the darkness of the sear marks.
  8. 8Quarter turn pie if the sear marks are dark and well defined- it not wait 2 more minutes
  9. 9Checking for crispiness of the pie, remove from grill around 8 minutes or at desired firmness. Allow to cool for 2-3 minites before serving with fresh whipped cream or ice cream.
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