Apple Pie Made From Leftover Juice Pulp

If you have a juicer, you know that there is a lot of leftover juice pulp after juicing. Most people just trow it out. But you can actually use it to make a delicious apple pie. The pie is quite inexpensive at about 5 $ and only 3 if you take out the price of the apples.



  • 150 g. flour
  • 100 g. cold butter
  • ½ tbsp. cold water
  • 1 egg yolk


  • Apple juice pulp from 1 kg. of apples.
  • 1-2 Apples for the top
  • 200 g, sugar
  • 75 g. butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp cardamom


Put all the ingredients in a bowl and knead it together. Cut the butter into small pieces before putting it in. Knead into a ball an put it in the fridge for half an hour.

Make the stuffing while the dough is in the fridge.

Caramelise sugar and butter on a pan. Begin with the pan cold but the stove turned up on middle-high heat. After the sugar and butter has caramelised, put in the apple pulp, 1, tsp cinnamon and half a tsp of cardamom. Mix it around slowly until it looks like this:

Put oil on a flan dish and put in the pie dough. Then put the caramelised apple pulp.

Cut the 2 apples into thin wedges and place them as shown in the picture. Spread a little bit of cinnamon on the top.

Put the pie in the oven for 25 min at 180 C (convection).

Serve with crème fraiche or vanilla ice cream.