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2 Pie crusts. Use your own favorite
8 Medium apples tart are best.
4 T Butter or margarine
4 T Ground cinnamon
8 pk Sugar substitute (like Equal)
1/2 c Raisins (optional)
Put one pie crust in the bottom of a 9 inch pie plate. Use a fork to
prick the bottom crust in several places.
Using one of the Tablespoons of butter, dot the bottom crust with small pieces of butter.
Next put on two of the apples, sliced, peeled and cored. On top of that sprinkle two packets of sugar substitute and a tablespoon of cinnamon.
Next sprinkle 1/8 of a cup of raisins, if you're using them. This completes one layer.
Start again with the butter, then the apples, etc.
Make 4 layers, using all the remaining ingredients. This will give you an over-flowing pie.
Place the top crust on pinch the edges and put a vent in the top.
Bake at 375 degrees for 40 - 50 minutes.
The pie is done when the crust has turned a nice golden brown.
Recipe serves 8