American as Apple Pie for the 4th of July…in the Copper Chef Square Pan!

Hey, guys! I’m Eric Theiss. This 4th of July, what’s more American than Traditional Apple Pie? It’s the perfect, patriotic ending to any Independence Day gathering.

If you think a delicious apple pie requires hours in the kitchen, think again. Lately I’ve been using the Copper Chef Pan to make amazing dinners AND desserts.

It’s really one of the best pans for cooking. Plus, I’ve finally been able to clean out my cabinets.

Because the Copper Chef Pan replaces so many of the pots, pans, and other tools that once cluttered my kitchen cabinets.

The stainless steel induction plate means all of my meals come out perfectly cooked. With no hot spots. So it’s especially handy when I’m making apple pie.

And that’s exactly what I’m doing this 4th of July.

In the Copper Chef Pan, Cerami-Tech Non-Stick coating means this apple pie comes out with a perfectly crisp, golden-brown crust—without any extra effort. I don’t have to struggle to remove it from the pan after it’s cooled— like with other baking dishes and pans.

When I’m cooking with CopperChef, nothing sticks to the bottom of the pan. So clean up’s a breeze. I can either rinse with gentle soap or just stick it in the dishwasher.

I’ve tried other brands of nonstick cookware that claim to have professional-grade ceramic coating. But then crusts come out soggy. And I’m left scraping half of the food off the bottom of the pan.

In the Copper Chef Pan, I get flaky, light crusts that slide right out.

The best part? The CopperChef Pan is oven-safe. I can take it right from the stovetop to the oven because it’s heat-proof to over 800 degrees. And the heavy-duty riveted handles make it easy to carry anywhere.

Even when I’m making an entire apple pie!

If I’m in a pinch, I can even use the beautiful red copper pan as a serving dish. Just make sure you’re setting it on a heat-resistant surface and have allowed proper cooling time.

The taste? Just like you remember from childhood. If you have leftovers, they reheat so easily right in the Copper Chef Pan.

This recipe is only three simple steps with three simple ingredients. It will probably be the easiest thing to prepare on your July 4th menu.

Your guests will never know you didn’t spend hours making this delicious pie from scratch— I promise not to tell!

From me and everyone else at the Fusion Brands Team, I want to wish you and your family a very happy 4th of July.

 

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Eric’s Traditional Apple Pie

Serves 6

Ingredients:

5 cans apple filling

4 pie shells

1 cup half and half

Directions:

  1. Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Drape pie shell on bottom and sides of the Copper Chef Pan. Leave a large enough flap to cover the filling on top.
  3. Pour apple filling into pie shell.
  4. Cover filling with excess pie shell.
  5. Brush top of the pie with half and half.
  6. Place Copper Chef Pan in the oven for 45-60 minutes until golden.
  7. Remove and let cool.
  8. Serve with your favorite ice cream!

8 thoughts on “American as Apple Pie for the 4th of July…in the Copper Chef Square Pan!

  1. Tracey

    Could you make apple pie with FRESH apples instead of the canned apples?

    • copperchef

      Hi Tracey, yes you can absolutely use fresh apples!

  2. joseph ferolito

    how can i bake bread

  3. Leona

    I am in the process of making a peach cobbler…is the half & half, a necessity? On the cans, it doesn’t call for it…I am preparing this for a church dinner, tomorrow..
    Another question, are there other pans, available as of yet, in the Copper Chef items? If so, where may I find them?

    Thank You Kindly

    Leona

  4. Kay

    I thought I read somewhere that I am supposed to season my pans. Is this right and how do I do it?

    • copperchef

      Please follow this to season on a stovetop.
      Pour 1 Tbsp. of vegetable oil into the pan. Use a soft paper towel to spread the oil over the entire inner surface of the pan.
      Heat the pan on the stove until it begins to smoke.
      Let the pan cool. Remove the pan from the heat source. Set it aside and allow it to cool back down to room temperature.

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