Mini Autumn Crumble Pies
Updated: Feb 3
Perfect for an afternoon tea, these individual crumble pies can be made with any autumn fruit.
A successful experiment I enjoyed crafting is these cute mini pies. Instead of the regular standard dish, I simply used a 12 cup muffin pan and divided the dough, crumble and fruit filling into little singular pies. I really love them and they are so easy to serve as part of a sharing plate! The filling was made with half of my Apple Pie Double Filling recipe using some local Batlow Apples. There was some left after filling up the 12 moulds, which can be used as a yogurt topping or for an extra little pie. I defrosted and used one shell of my homemade Crust for all pies basic recipe and added a crumble topping mixture. These little pies can be made with any autumn fruit as the filling, like apple, quince, pear, persimmons, rhubarb and even pumpkin. The sky is the limit… you can also mix with your summer picked frozen berries. The perfect sweet treat on a chilly sunny afternoon by the bonfire with a hot drink or dry bubbly, autumn is deliciously amazing in the Snowys!
This recipe is available to purchase as a card at our local points of sale, or by enquiry.