Home Cooking and Diets

Mini Pies: Adorable and Delicious Recipes for Your Favorite Treats


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2011 | ISBN: 1569759804 | English | 144 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

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The flaky crust and delectable filling of traditional pie in the ultimate grab-and-go, fun-sized desserts-mini pies! Do you love the taste of pie but prefer the cute size of a cupcake? Then toss the pie pan, grab your muffin tin and open this book. With delicious recipes, easy-to-follow instructions and stunning color photographs, Mini Pies provides everything you need to bake these adorable miniature desserts with professional results.
Featuring gourmet recipes for a range of fruit, custard, nut and savory delights, Mini Pies serves up hold in-your-hand, single-serving versions of all your favorites, as well as the authors' all-new creations, including:
Apple
Cherry
Strawberry
Pumpkin
Key Lime
Lemon Meringue
Chocolate Cream
Bourbon Pecan
Honey and Pine Nut
Dilled Spinach Quiche
Onion, Olive and Thyme Tart
Whether you are baking a single batch to have around the house for your family or making a collection of different mini pies to offer guests at your next party, this book is packed with tips, tricks and techniques for creating crowd-pleasing mini pies. The authors guide you step-by-step through making the perfect crust, plus graham cracker, vegan, shortbread and gluten-free variations.
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