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Mini Apple Pies

Mini Apple PiesThe other night when BG was on a trip, I noticed I had three Honeycrisp apples left in my fridge calling out my name.  Since I had plans that night to go to our weekly Bible study, I decided to make something tasty to bring with me and share with the group!  I wanted to make these miniature apple pies last year, but never got to it.  This was my perfect opportunity.

The recipe is my staple (yet extremely delicious!) apple pie recipe, just baked in mini cupcake pans.  For one of my baby showers, I received a huge tub of cookie cutters (amazing gift by the way!).  Well, I couldn’t wait until Baby G was old enough to use these cutters with me, so I busted them out and found a circular shaped one with concave edges that was just the right size to cut out the crust.  Then, I diced the apples into small pieces, mixed with the spices and filled the crusts.  I baked them for about 40 minutes.  Piece of cake! (or…pie).  🙂  The group devoured them!

Need another apple pie recipe?  Try these Apple Pie Cupcakes!

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2 Responses

  1. oooh yum! I love mini foods..everything is better when it’s made in a cupcake tin:)

  2. I’m so glad you’re back to blogging and feeling better! I recently got similar cookie cutters, so I can’t wait to make these for work. That carrot cake looks fabulous – I’ll have to make it, too!

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