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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Mini Apple Pie

Last Sunday at church we had Woman's Advent Tea. I brought two dishes one is Apple Mini Pie and the second one is Pineapple Cheese  Casserole . 

  Hubby is the one who wrapped the apple filling in the wonton wrapper and bake it for 12 minutes in 350F
The women at church do love it, one said it's the one she eat's. I went home with no left over thank God for that!


  • 4 apples green 
  • sugar
  • 3 tbps flour
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • egg
  • Peel, core the apple then slice
  • Melt butter in a non-stick sauce pan, saute the apples in 2-3  minutes until soft.
  • In a bowl mix together the flour, 3tbsp sugar. 1/2 tbsp of cinnamon
  • Sprinkle your flour mixture over the apples and cook for a minute
  • Add 1/2 cup of water, cook, till it boils, whisking until it thickens.
  • Slow fire.
  • Prepare the wonton wrapper
  • Beat the eggs/egg this will be used to stick the wonton wrapper
  • Spread the wonton wrapper then put a little pie filling inside and fold once.
  • Press the edging, brush it with the egg then sprinkle cinnamon and sugar mixture
  • Put it in a tray sprayed with cooking oil
  • Bake for 350F for 12 minutes. Done
Note: Be sure to check your oven from time to time. If it brown take it out it is already done. Don't let it burn. 
                                                        Linking to FOOD FRIDAY


IMRIZ said...

weee, loved this one. i didn't know wonton wrapper can be used as pie shells, crispy din ba after baking or pwd din siguro s deep fryer?

hmmm, i wanna try this^_^ thanks for sharing, manang kim.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, the dishes you and your hubby prepared became instant hits at your church gathering. All were consumed. They must be super delicious. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Dexie said...

Wow, I never though of using wonton wrappers like this. Thanks for the idea.

Jacqueline said...

Yes, I can see that there would be no leftovers on this one. I bet they are fantastic. Your frosting would have me digging in just to lick that off!

maiylah said...

love this, Manang Kim! will surely try something similar...

thanks for sharing over at Food Friday!
...bookmarked this! :)

Mary Bergfeld said...

These sound delicious. I'm always in the market for new recipes and you have many here for me to enjoy. Have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

kimmy said...

wow! i wish i could make pies. not so good in the kitchen, you know, lol! thanks for the comment on my post!

Dhemz said...

now that is a pie...ehehhe...naa pa salin salin diha teKim?

Mika said...

I love apple pie! thanks for sharing how to do it, that made me think I can too!

PS: Sorry wasn't able to comment right away, I was out of the country for the last 2 weeks.

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