Quick Pi Pie Pockets




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Introduction: Quick Pi Pie Pockets

All this talk of pie had me craving a piece of apple pie.  Since I like portable eats, I made pie pockets. 

I've never attempted any type of fruit pie before. . . so I cheated!  It took under 45 minutes from craving to consuming this most pleasant treat!

Feel free to make delicious flaky crusts and unique pie fillings from scratch. 

Step 1: Cheating Ingredients

The ingredients I used are:

2 Pre-made rolled  Pie Crusts

1 21oz. can of Pie Filling (apple in this case)



Cookie Sheet

Parchment Paper

Pizza Cutter



Step 2: Crusts

Lightly dust the work surface with flour.

Unroll first one pie dough.  Stack the other atop the first and line up the edges.

Use a pizza cutter to cut the pie dough into 8 equal pieces.

Step 3: Filling

I found the pieces of apple in my canned pie filling were too large to comfortably fit the triangle dough.  I cubed the slices of apple and it made for a much better fit.

If making your own filling, chop the fruit into small enough chunks.

Pull apart the two pieces of dough.

Place about 2 tablespoons of filling in the center of one triangle and place the other on top.

Gently close the dough together, making sure to have a good seal.

Use a fork to pinch the sides together, this allows for a more uniform look.

Cut a few vent hole into the top, or the sign of Pi as I did.

Step 4: Pan

Prepare a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Place finished pie pockets onto the cookie sheet.

Bake at 450 degree for 25 minutes or until golden brown.

Step 5: Fini

Let cool, and place artfully onto a round plate.

There you have them, Quick Pi Pie Pockets!




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    My mom baked wonderful pies. She says her secret is to use JONATHAN apples and no others. The 2nd secret is to cook them on a LOW temperature like 250 degrees. This extends the cooking time by a hour or 2 and makes the apples get soft (not crunchy) and the crust get crusty instead of mushy. Then a proper balance of sugar to cinammon ratio (to taste) makes it perfect. Nice instructable I am wanting to bake some pies now.

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    Thanks for the tip. The next pie I make will be from scratch, but I really haven't the first clue, so this was excellent advice! I'm going to try this! Thanks again!


    They all look so pretty! Thanks for sharing. It is a great idea for a quick to fix snack!

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    Thanks. They are quick, and great for when you have a craving for something sweet, like pie! LOL

    So do I. Anything that reduces dish clean up makes me happy!