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Old 03-02-2013, 02:51 PM   #41
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I just wanted to post that I made the Pineapple Cherry Cake in the Pie maker today. All my guys said they were delish and were eating them rite out of the pie maker. When I ran out of cherries I just used the cherry sauce from the can. Very good. Tomorrow is another day for more pies, love making the lemon, cherry, apple, peach and just cut a water bottle cap size hole in top to see which is which. Have fun all with your baking I will keep looking here for more yummy recipes.
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:55 PM   #42
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Cool! The piemaker comes out at least twice a week, mostly for savory pies made from leftovers.
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Sweet Mini Pies - Tips, Ideas and Recipes Today was the first chance I've had to try this beauty out. I made 2 separate crusts. Butter puff for the top. And a regular pie crust for the bottoms. They took about 15 minutes to cook. The portion was a bit much for me. Couldn't finish one. Between the filling and crusts, they were rich tasting, a great combination of doughs. Very filling. The pie maker was a breeze to use. Simple clean up. Cooked evenly. The only thing I wish It had come with is something non abrasive to lift the cooked pies out with. When they were finished cooking they were heavy. These are not the light banquet frozen pies. When pressing the dough shell into it. I found that dipping the cutters into flour helped it from sticking to the dough. Other then those minor things. It's a great versatile product. Munky. Edit Note: Posted here to show the beautiful pies at the top of the thread and the tips in this post. P.Fiona [IMG]https://www.discusscooking.com/attachments/photobucket/img_1131262_0_51a3a5b7d2ad55260e59ec939048716b.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]https://www.discusscooking.com/attachments/photobucket/img_1131262_1_d3d02e8d00257c871f4c8b83a4b01f18.jpg[/IMG] 3 stars 1 reviews
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