Peel the apples, core them towards the stem, quarter them and cut them into not too thick slices. To keep them white, put them in vinegar water or sprinkle them with fresh lemon until the dough is ready. Don't worry, the apples don't take on the taste of the vinegar.
Mix the flour with the baking powder. In a separate bowl, stir the soft butter with the sugar, cinnamon, vanilla sugar and milk until frothy. Then add the eggs one by one. Stir each egg before adding the next one. When everything is frothy, add the prepared flour-baking soda mix. Stir the dough until it is fluffy.
Remove the apples from the vinegar water and drain them well through a sieve. Now pour them into the dough, mix well and pour the mixture into a springform pan.
The amount of apples determines the baking time from 40 up to 60 minutes at 160°.
Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon immediately after baking and your apple pie’s ready!
Now it's time to put the finishing touches to your fresh and juicy apple pie. Decorate the pie for example with caramelized almonds or place some lightly buttered apple pieces on top.