#Sponsored These mini baked pies were so fun to make! I’ve always been intimidated by making pies, until last year when I came across an adorable pie that someone had made using cookie cutters. Since cookie cutters are right up my alley, I decided to give it a go! And guess what!? It was so fun and I was surprised by how EASY it actually was to make a pie! So if you are like me, and are intimidated by pies, don’t be….Give it a try! Just cut some pie dough out with cutters and put them right on top! Simple, right!? And so fun to make your holiday desserts pretty!
There’s something magical about baking during the holidays! Whether it’s the nostalgia you feel from making a recipe that’s been in the family for generations, or the sense of accomplishment you feel from trying something new, it’s such a fun time to bake! And no matter what I’m baking, I always love using high-quality ingredients like Bob’s Red Mill flour!
I have enjoyed baking with different types of Bob’s Red Mill flour for years! I love that it’s organic and the peace of mind it brings by knowing that the ingredients I use in my recipes are safe for my family.
I’ve also noticed a HUGE difference in my recipes when I use their flour versus other brands. My recipes taste so much better and the flour mixes so well in everything I bake!
I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving making memories!
Recipe for Mini Apple Pies
2 cup flour (Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose Flour)
1 teaspoon salt
2/3 cup butter
6 T. Water
- In a medium bowl, add flour and salt and stir together.
- With a pastry cutter, cut the butter into the flour and salt mixture, add water and mix by hand until dough is formed.
- Roll out to desired thickness (double the recipe if you will be adding cut out shapes to the pie).
5-6 medium golden delicious apples, thinly chopped to bite sized pieces
3/4 cup sugar
2 1/2 T. Flour
1 tsp. Ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp. Salt
1 T. Lemon juice
Half and Half
- In a large bowl, add apples, sugar, flour, cinnamon, salt and lemon juice. Stir until all mixed together.
- Put rolled out dough into a deep dish pie pan.
- Pour in apple mixture.
- Top with more dough.
- Use half and half to wash the top of pie crust, sprinkle turbinado sugar on top of crust.
- Bake at 425 degrees for 20-25 minutes.