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Mini Hand Held Fruit Pies Recipe

I am a Pinterest addict and a foodie through and through! I had seen several recipes for mini fruit pies on Pinterest and decided to take the ideas that I had seen and try my own version of the Mini Fruit Pie. There are quite a few out there, all from scratch, fried, baked, and  different shapes…as busy as I am, I decided to go the easy route and use ready and easy to mix store-bought products for my Mini Pie recipe.

Easy Mini Fruit Pies!

finished pies

So let’s get started!

pie ingredients

What you’ll need:

1-package pre-made pie crust

1- can fruit pie filling (any flavor)

1- box instant pudding/pie filling mix +milk for mixing

small bowl water – for sealing pie

powdered sugar for glaze (mix with water or milk)

Pre-Heat oven to 350 or 375 (depending on oven)

I used pre-made, refrigerated pie crust, can of pie filling (I used strawberry but any flavor would be yummy!) and I also wanted to try a pudding filled pie, so I picked up an instant pudding/pie filling mix.

making mini pies

After mixing the pudding and unrolling the pie crust, I used the empty pie filling can to cut out my circles for the pies (you can use a cookie cutter) My circles were about  3 1/2″ across, but you can do any size you like 🙂

fuit pie recipe

Next I began to fill the circles with filling being careful not to use too much or it will be hard to seal them (but the ones that oozed out were still so yummy!)  Place filling in the center, then fold over and press with finger to close, you can use a little water on your finger tip to help with sealing if needed. Then to make them pretty and double seal them I pressed the edges with a fork.

Then I placed the pies on a parchment paper lined large cookie sheet (about an inch apart), placed the cookie sheet in the pre-heater oven and baked!


finishe dpies

 Voila! Mini fruit pies!

I glazed mine with a powdered sugar and water glaze, served warm or cooled these pies are so ding dang good! Perfect for a quick snack or a party, everyone will love these mini pies! The fruit ones were great but I loved the pudding ones!

Yield: 8 pies

Mini Hand Held Fruit Pies Recipe

finished pies

Mini pies are fun to eat. Make some tiny pies with fruit fillings and some with pudding - something for everyone. 

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • refrigerated pie crust]
  • pie filling- fruit, pudding or chocolate chips (can or box of mix)
  • powdered sugar for glaze


  1. Preheat oven to 350 or 375 depending on oven
  2. Prepare filling
  3. Unroll pie crust
  4. Cut circles in pie crust
  5. Place spoon of filling in each circle
  6. Fold over to create a half moon shape
  7. Seal with finger dipped in water
  8. Seal with fork
  9. Place on parchment lined cookie sheet
  10. Place in preheated oven
  11. Bake until golden
  12. Glaze with powdered sugar and water mix

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 pie

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 202Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 84mgCarbohydrates: 39gFiber: 1gSugar: 30gProtein: 1g

Nutrition facts are an estimate only.

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Try your own variation of these fun and easy mini pies, different sizes, filling flavors, even melted chocolate chips for filling or drizzled on top would be amazing!! Enjoy!

Michelle F.

Tuesday 5th of November 2013

those look so good!


Saturday 26th of October 2013

Yum!! This reminds me of the little pies that you can buy in stores, now I can make my own!! Thank you for sharing this recipe.

Brandi St. Clair

Thursday 25th of April 2013

I never knew I could bake pie. Thank you soo much for this recipie. I made them for a bake sale for a friend with cancer. Hope everyone enjoys these as much as I do. Btw- I am calling them "my pies" as in... this is "My pie", get your own!


Thursday 25th of April 2013

Oh, that's so awesome!!! Glad you made them and enjoyed them so much. :)


Saturday 21st of July 2012

I will have to try making these. My grandmother used to make them from scratch, but I have never attempted that. Her house always smelled good! Thanks for sharing this recipe!


Monday 30th of April 2012

Oh goodness! This is going to cost me some pounds and inches but I think it will be well worth it! I will be making these tomorow. Thanks for sharing.

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