Miniature Apple Pies

Mini Apple Pies

Mini Apple Pies

I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather for most of the week, so I haven’t been doing much of anything except resting and trying to get healthy again. Even though I’m not quite feeling 100% yet, I was really hankering for a fresh-baked treat, so I decided it was time to do a little baking.

I’ve had one lonely, large apple sitting on my kitchen counter for several days now, and I really needed to use it in something. That “something” turned out to be in these Miniature Apple Pies.

These bite-sized little pies are wonderful to snack on when you just want a little something sweet, but you’re not quite hungry enough to eat a whole piece of pie – which is exactly the way I’ve been feeling this week.


Miniature Apple Pies

1 cup Krusteaz Pie Crust Mix
2-3 tablespoons water

1 large apple, peeled, cored and diced
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
2 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon cold butter

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease and flour a 12 cup mini muffin pan.

Place pie crust mix in a small bowl. Sprinkle water (one tablespoon at a time) over mix while tossing with a fork, until moistened. Form dough into a ball. Flatten into round on floured surface. Roll dough to a thickness of 1/8 – 1/4 inch.

Using a medium-sized biscuit cutter, cut 12 circles from rolled out dough. Press one circle into the bottom and up the side of each muffin cup, to form little bowls.

In a medium bowl, combine diced apple, sugar, cinnamon and flour. Place a spoonful of apple mixture into each miniature crust. Cut butter into 12 little pieces and place one piece on top of each pie. Decorate the top of each pie with any remaining pie crust pieces, or leave plain.

Bake for 18-20 minutes, or until crust is light brown and apples are bubbling.
Remove from oven and let cool on wire rack.

Makes 12 miniature pies.

11 Responses

  1. These pies look terrific. I just used up a batch of Granny Smiths (will post tomorrow). I have recently become fascinated with making mini-pies in muffin tins. So – perfect timing!
    Greetings from north of the Arctic Circle!

    • Greetings Barbra & Jack!! I’m so glad you like the mini pies.
      Thanks so much for stopping by and posting a comment!! I can’t wait to see what you whipped up with the Granny Smiths. 🙂

  2. This sounds absolutely delicious, as do the cupcakes below. I have a feeling it would be best not to view your posts when I’m hungry!

  3. We love apple pies and yours look fantastic. Alaska looks very cool – we hope to visit one day. We are new to the world of blogging – please come over and visit us – We hope to hear from you soon!

    Thanks Kristy & Adam.

    • Thank you so much for visiting, and for leaving such a nice comment. I hope you get to visit Alaska one day – though I recommend coming in the Summertime. 🙂
      I’m on my way now to visit your blog. Have a great day!

  4. Hope you are feeling better !…I’m a day late and a dolla short :)…any way I saw these and I made them up…the lazy way ..I had pie crust in frig and I used it..the only thing I did without using crust on top .. I made a crumb topping…Delish ! You is my favorite Blogger in this cooking and baking… I just love the easy stuff that still comes out delish…So now I have another goodie added to my hips..LOL…God Bless and Take care of YOU… One of these days I’m gonna make a trip up to your neck of the woods.. In the Summer time LOL..Zeee and Critters 3 (BarbZeee)

    • Your pies sound wonderful BarbZeee!!! I’m definitely going to have to try making them with a crumb topping next time. 🙂
      I’m finally feeling better. Just had a very miserable head cold that did not want to go away. I think I finally beat it though.
      I really hope you get to make a trip up here one day. I’m sure you would love it. I agree though, Summer time would probably be the best time to do it. 😉

      Have a great day BarbZeee! God Bless!!

  5. Wow. Happily are after few moments to for food shopping. 🙂

    Your receipts are so good, so delicious.

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