Preheat the oven to 350°F.
Allow pre-made pie crust to come to room temperature.
Wash and peel all of the apples. Then, remove the cores.
Slice all of the apples into thin rings, about ⅛” inch thick.
Layer in one of the premade pie crusts into your pie dish. You'll need to confirm with your instructions whether or not to grease the pan.
Place apple slices into pie crust, arranging in a circle and building in a pyramid-like shape. There are photos in the blog post to show you exactly how this should look if you are confused!
Roll out the other pie crust on a cutting board. Then, using a pizza cutter, cut ¾” strips.
Create a lattice design by arranging half of the strips vertically and the other half horizontally across the pie.
Next, heat a sauce pot to medium-heat. Melt butter in the pot. Then, whisk in corn starch.
Add in brown sugar, apple pie spice, vanilla extract, white sugar, brown sugar, and water. Whisk again.
Then, pour the wet mixture over the entire pie. Use a rubber brush to spread it evenly on top.
Bake the apple pie for 35-45 minutes at 350°F until the crust is golden and apples are cooked. You might want to put the pie on a baking sheet to catch any dripping.