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But then again, who doesn't love pie?! I also love mini things. Mini cheesecakes, miniskirts, minnie mouse ;) Everything is cuter when its miniature. Like these pies:
My next door neighbor asked me to make all of the food for an international themed baby shower she threw. The couple had ties to several places across the world, one of which was Georgia. Mini Peach pies were the perfect choice to represent this sweet state!
First, I used store bought pie dough. There are lots of great recipes out there, but I hadn't made it before, and was already trying enough new recipes, I knew I could count on Pillsbury to help me out. I used a biscuit cutter to cut out 24 circles.
And then once I completely Crisco and Flour-ed my 24 mini-muffin tin, I pressed the circles into each cup.
After all of the cups were full of their bottom crust...
I spooned in the peach pie filling, and then made Lattice tops.
I don't think there is anything sweeter than a pie with a lattice top. And they are so easy to do!
I then brushed the tops with eggwash, and baked for 25 minutes at 350*.
Peach Pie Filling Recipe:
Umm, I don't have one. I took canned peaches, and did a mixture of sugar, brown sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, butter and flour, and added everything to a food processor to make a puree. Since these pies were so small, I knew I couldn't have large chunks of peaches. You could also buy canned peach pie filling and blend that down.
I served them room temperature, with powdered sugar dusted on top.