Remember when I made that mini apple pie before? Yes, it was delicious. And I just had to make it again. I mean baking it once at school for a baking and pastry class is just not gonna cut it.
Anyways, I didn’t really have much of a recipe to work from, but apple pie seemed pretty easy enough. I mean how hard can it be? They’re just minis of regular apple pies. The most difficult part was probably figuring out the time to bake them, but it all worked out good!
Its so versatile. And how bad can it really be for you? I mean, come on , it’s got fruit in it! So that is why my family considers it appropriate for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I really don’t see no problem here, do you?
Mini Apple Pies
2 pie crusts (or 1 double pie crust) recipe here!
1 can apple filling
1 granny smith apple
1 T. white sugar
1/4 t. cinnamon
1 T. white sugar, optional
1/8 c. cinnamon, optional
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
- Make pie crusts, and roll out dough. Place the mini pie tin top-side down on pie crust and cut a circle around it with about a 1/2 inch extra around. Once all circles are cut for the pie tins place pieces of dough in pie tins.
- Make filling. Peel and dice apple. Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over diced apples in a bowl and toss to coat. Add jar of apple pie filling and mix together.
- Spoon filling into pie crusts. Place top crust on top. Seal edges and top with a 1 tablespoon of sugar mixed with cinnamon, if desired. Bake 25-30 minutes.