Hello all, I just recently got a keebler uncommonly good mini pie maker. I love baking from scratch, from the crust to the filling. I was looking for some good sweet and or savory pies. The ones that came with my maker want you to obviously use keebler products and it only gave a few sweet pies....looking forward to using my new pie maker very soon.
I have six mini pie books with LOTS of recipes and tips.If your looking for some thing in particular let me know.It has been a lot of fun sharing them with my niece's kids.Don't forget there great for entertain make ahead and freeze for later.
I have just purchased the WP deep pie maker amid am excited but nervous to get started using it. I am open to lots of suggestions, ideas and recepies. I am a mom who works outside of the home and am always looking for better ways to feed my family quicker but healthier meals. They are looking forward to new creations and my girls are looking forward to trying it out as well. I'm hoping to use it for main meals as well as for treat for them. Thanks for any suggestions
I recently purchased a WP mini pie maker. One of the main recipes from the demo on tv that I was most interested in was the chocolate lava cake. To my disappointment this recipe was not included in the cookbook that came with the machine. Does anyone have a recipe or a good source of other recipes that can be used with this machine?
Wow! I recently purchased a second mini pie baker (from WP) that bakes 2 pies vs the other one I have (it went into storage, due to size) that made 4. Plus the new one seems a bit deeper than the 4-cup model.
Since you have to preheat the baker, it's kinda hard to get the dough in there. But overall, they turned out really well. They were a bit hard to get out, we wound up eating them upside down because I tipped it over to get them out.
My other thing (issue?) is the top crust didn't cook all the way (it was mostly cooked). I know this model's instructions states to use puff pastry for the tops, but I think that is stupid - plus I saw the cooks using regular dough on the video presentation of the item.
What do you gals use to get your creations out of the baker?