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These are a little hand-held solutions to how to get through a crazy day of driving your kids around town! The idea is “finger food,” with little mess. I’m sure, if you’re a Mom, you know what it’s like with the hobbies… There’s football, ballet school, swimming, piano lessons – you name it! Sometimes you’re short on time and it’s kind of hard to figure out how to keep your kids alive instead of starving them to death. Well, these pies are exactly how you do it. And you don’t have to worry about making a mess in the car! Just wrap a napkin over the pie and your kids will even keep their hands clean while eating these!
Dusted with powdered sugar or drizzled with white sugar glaze, this recipe generally yields about 8-20 pies, and is significantly easy. The total amount of time from prepping to baking is less than two hours! You can easily double the pastry and freeze half of it for an emergency later!
Recipe courtesy of The Food Network. Image courtesy of Celebrations.
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