These single-serving peach pies ("pie-lets") are delicious and very cute, ideal for a special end to any meal. I don't use butter, shortening, sugar, salt, or white flour in my recipes, so I'm using a cookie crust, which I like even better than traditional crust.Print
Above: The final baked pie-let! De-lish!!
Photos of some of the key steps:
Above: (Step 2) Thinly slice the peaches then cut them cross-ways, into smaller pieces (I've used white peaches since they were more ripe than the yellow peaches).
Above: (Step 4) This is what the final crust dough should look like:
Above: (Step 6) Place about one tablespoon of dough into the bottom of each muffin paper.
Above: (Step 6) Use the back of the tablespoon measure to flatten out the crust on the bottom and a little up the sides, to create a shallow bowl (you don't want the crust too thick here, so really smash it in here without leaving a hole).
Above: (Step 7) Fill each muffin cup with fruit that has been tossed with the sauce.
Above: (Step 9) The finished pie-lets, which are slightly browned on top.
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