Stone Hollow Farmstead- Apple Pie FillingRegular price $26.00 Save $-26.00
The heirloom apple that makes this apple pie filling so tasty hails from Chilton County, Alabama. What makes it so special? The fragrant, tart, and tasty apple ripens to a deep red while still on the tree, but it continues to ripen after it is picked and transforms to a nearly black hue. Perfect pie filling for Thanksgiving. The Arkansas Black Apple Pie just needs a drizzle of Dulce de leche and a scoop of ice cream to make your night perfect.
Pour SHF Apple Pie Filling into the pie crust of choice.
Top the pie filling with a second layer of dough or crust. Seal and crimp edges.
Bake at 375 for one hour or until the crust is golden brown and the filling is slightly bubbling.
Meet the Maker:
This family business has grown from a natural love for the land and nurturing the process to producing the finest cheeses, honey, specialty foods, botanicals, cosmetic extracts, and cosmeceuticals. Honoring both her parents' and her grandparents' heritage, Deborah Stone founded Stone Hollow Farmstead in 1999 with her husband, Russell, and daughters, Fallon and Alexandra.
The Stone family comes from a line of Alabama gardeners and farmers, sharing their history in all facets of the farmstead. Lessons learned from her grandparents, who ran a sustainable farm and grocery store, are evident in the jars of rose petal jam, the hillside of happy goats, the hives of honeybees and the heirloom herb gardens. Today, the farmstead houses several complementary businesses: Stone Hollow Creamery, Stone Hollow Hanoverians, Stone Hollow Herbs, Botaniko Skin and NeoTegument medical skin care.