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Mini Apple Pies Recipe

Mini Apple Pies Recipe

My kids set up an assembly line when making these snacks—one chops the apples and mixes the filling, one rolls out the biscuits, and one puts the pies together. —Marsha Dingbaum, Aurora, California
TOTAL TIME: Prep/Total Time: 30 min. YIELD:10 servings


  • 1 tube (12 ounces) refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
  • 1 medium tart apple, peeled and finely chopped
  • 1/4 cup raisins
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 tablespoons butter


  • 1. Using a rolling pin, flatten each biscuit into a 3-in. to 4-in. circle. Combine the apple, raisins, sugar and cinnamon; place a tablespoonful on each biscuit. Dot with butter. Bring up sides of biscuit to enclose filling and pinch to seal.
  • 2. Place in ungreased muffin cups. Bake at 375° for 11-13 minutes or until golden brown. Yield: 10 servings.

Nutritional Facts

1 serving (1 each) equals 122 calories, 5 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 6 mg cholesterol, 226 mg sodium, 17 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein.

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Reviewed Nov. 4, 2014

"So easy and so yummy! Perfect for small hands to eat. I suspect that these will freeze well and can be reheated in a low oven for a few minutes."

Reviewed Apr. 12, 2014

"These were very good. Next time, I'm going to chop the apples a little less fine, and add chopped walnuts. Also, I'm going to flatten out the biscuits more so I can have more filling in each pie. They were easy to eat!"

Reviewed Feb. 1, 2014

"these are very good. I lightly sprayed the pan with Pam. and prayed a bit more on top of the pies before putting in the oven. also I couldn't fit a whole apple in them. will definitely make them again."

Reviewed Oct. 21, 2013

"This was simple enough for our Special Needs students at school to make and fun for them to serve their teachers. Of course they ate it as well! They had a trip to the apple farm and used the apples they picked to make the recipe. The kids enjoyed the experience and everyone enjoyed the taste."

Reviewed Oct. 16, 2013

"sounds good. but cant eat the dried fruit, so would substitute some nuts--walnuts or pecans."

Reviewed Oct. 12, 2013

"Sounds great. I will try it soon. Four start"

Reviewed Sep. 28, 2010

"I substituted chopped Craisins one time and dried currants another time for the raisins. Both were tasty. I only had 7.5 oz tubes of biscuits on hand, so I made stacks of two and flattened them. That worked fine. I was a little worried when they wouldn't stay pinched shut in the pan, but they baked fine, sort of like cutting vent slits in a regular pie crust. A little spray of Pam in the pan wouldn't hurt. Let cool completely before removing from pan. They're not too messy to eat with your fingers or put in a lunch box."

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