For someone who doesn’t like to make pie, I sure am cranking them out—it’s the only way I get to eat them. Yeah, I can buy it, but that would require me to actually drive to a place that sells a good pie. And that’s not easily found where I live.
So of course like any proper addict—any means possible—even if it that requires me to loathsomely roll out dough. And no, I’m not learning to like it anymore than I did last time—although I am getting faster and better at it.
Yay, to small stepping stones. To celebrate (I like to think we are all good friends like that), hit the jump here over to Better Homes and Gardens blog Delish Dish for the recipe.
Lastly as always, if I can please ask you guys–if you are going to pin any of the images please do so from Better Homes and Gardens and not here, since the recipes reside over there. Thanks!
Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch says
How cute and amazingly delicious!!! Perfect size – perfect crust – just perfect… and I want one (or two)!!!
Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen says
So pretty and cute, Naomi! Pretty and cute together is a rarity, but you pulled off the pretty with these cutie pies! Love the styling and photography with the antique baking sheets as backdrop, too. Pinning! xo
These are so cute! Wow! I cannot believe you made so many itty bitty pies! Incredible!
Belinda @themoonblushbaker says
I love the use of lace design and classic pie topping on these pie. I can not believe you had the patience to roll out each one; you must be a saint!
I absolutely love your food photography and that is pretty much the main reason I follow your blog. Everything always looks so yummy and I am thinking I must try this recipe!
ashley - baker by nature says
Whoa, these little pies are gorgeous! I wish I had the patience to make something this pretty!
Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
Love these so much! For the mini pies, did you press the pastry into a muffin tin?
Lovely! They are just too perfect and cute! Thanks for sharing!
Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar says
Loving all the fruit in these mini pies! Yum!
Averie @ Averie Cooks says
Stunning, and pinned from their site, per your request 🙂
Such pretty photos – and love these little pies. I’m always about eating more crust than filling!
Ahhhh, patience pays off. These are gorgeous and I’m sure they taste even better!
Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet says
Gorgeous! I have no patience when it comes to making a traditional pie, so this is perfect for me! Off to check them out!
Shana Norris says
These are GORGEOUS. I love berry pies. We just made mini cobblers using a recipe from A Beautiful Mess this weekend. *Pinning now.*
Ash- foodfashionparty says
Love mini treats, I never feel guilty after eating 9 of them..
Brian @ A Thought For Food says
Oh Naomi… stunning (as always). I’m not even the biggest pie person but these hand pies have me going a little bonkers over here.
Tracy | Peanut Butter and Onion says
I love making mini pies
Shelly (Cookies and Cups) says
Totally gorgeous!! Love them! Pinned
Lindsey (Lou Lou Biscuit) says
Your photography is so inspiring to me! I always look forward to your posts 🙂
Making hand pies has been on my radar for a while. This post is awesome. Can’t wait to make these! (And, yes, I Pinned this AND Google+’d it)