Dutch Apple Pie & Crisp:
If you bake and serve one of our Dutch Apple Pies or Crisps, your secret is safe with us if you pawn it off as your own creation. Just remember to put foil underneath as we aren't responsible for cleaning up afterwards! Pro tip - bake the day before to free up oven space for the bird. This also allows the pie or crisp to set properly which allows you to cut and serve it with ease.
In 2013 Kia's sister-in-law asked if Nystrom Orchard could sell a few pies at a local Christian school fundraiser. Since then, the story of Nystrom Orchard pies has taken on a legend of it's own. It's what we have become known for by our customers.
The pies are now available in the orchard every fall fresh baked with a pre-order or on the weekends and also always available frozen.
Order online for pickup or to be shipped. Shipped prices include all shipping fees!
You may read more about this tradition published in John Deere's Homestead magazine at: https://www.johndeerehomestead.com/2019/06/10/pie-makes-it-all-better/
Dutch Apple Pie:Place FROZEN pie on foil or a pie pan and place in 350 degree F oven for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Do not unthaw pie prior to baking!
9 in Dutch Apple Crisp: Place FROZEN crisp on foil or a pie pan and place in 350 degree F oven for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Do not unthaw prior to baking!
Small Dutch Apple Crisp: Place FROZEN crisp on foil or a pie pan and place in 350 degree F oven for 45 minutes. Do not unthaw prior to baking!
Although it tastes amazing right out of the oven, if you are serving to guests, we recommend letting the pie fully cool so that it cuts and serves easier. Feel free to make the day ahead if oven space is limited. Cover overnight.
Serve with a slice of cheddar cheese and ice cream for added delight.
Ingredients: Apples, Flour, Sugar, Brown Sugar, Butter, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg.