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So easy and So good. This could easily replace Hostess Fruit Pies. Enjoy them around the campfire or in the backyard.

1 box Refridgerated Pastry Crust (contains 2 crust) – cut out a little bigger than needed
1 small can of Pie Filling
Butter Flavored Spray Oil
Water

Powdered Sugar (optional)
Milk (optional)

Lightly spray the insides of the pie iron halves. Lay the pie crust over the (round) pie iron halves. Tuck pie crust down into the iron halves leaving a bit hang over the edges. Spoon the pie filling into one half only. Do not over fill. Moisten the edges of the pie crust where it will join together when closed, this will help the pie crust stick for a better seal. Close the cooker and latch the handle. Trim the excess pie crust back around the iron. Set over the fire and cook till golden brown. Usually about 8 to 10 minutes, turning once.

Options: Put a small amount of powdered sugar in cup, add enough milk to make a thick syrup. Drizzle the syrup over pie in a zig zag pattern or lightly dust with powdered sugar.

DO NOT OPEN IMMEDIATELY after removing it from the fire. The pie is sealed and hot, it will release steam and / or pie filling causing a burn. Let the pie iron rest for a few minutes. You will be rewarded.

Dan M.
Kannapolis, NC

This recipe is similar to a Fluffer Nutter This is very sugary and sticky. This should cure anyone with a sweet tooth.

2 Slices of Bread
Cherry Preserves
Miniature Marshamallows
Chocolate Morsels
Butter

Butter the 2 slices of bread and insert into the pie iron halves. Spread a thin layer of cherry preserves on each slice of bread. Add the miniature marshamallows and chocolates morsels to one slice of bread in a checkerboard pattern leaving some space between them for melting and oozing. Close and latch the pie iron and heat it until its golden brown.

It should cook up in about 4 – 5 minutes a side. Watch Out, the filling will be HOT!

Brian O.
Columbia, SC

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