15 Minute Apple Pie Bites

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Before sharing this super quick 15 Minute Apple Pie Bites recipe with you, let’s play

What’s in PMc’s Purse!

It’s the lastest craze, you’ll def want to be in on it. 😉

I know, random.

It happened.

Normally in carpool line, I catch up on my reading and give my mind a break from blogging. Today, however, I thought I’d bring my laptop and do a couple of posts. Instead, what am I doing? I’m cleaning out my purse! I am finding the weirdest things deep down in the depths of it!

What’s in PMc’s purse?

  1. Pumpkin seeds
  2. Pedometer
  3. safety pins
  4. pen
  5. lip balm
  6. wallet
  7. eye drops
  8. coupons
  9. LEGO man
  10. mmmm, and flour tortillas (no lie)

Ok, let me explain the tortillas. I didn’t want them when the boys and I had dinner at the local Mexican cantina. I mean, they really give you a lot of food at Mexican restaurants. I thought I’d bring them home to eat later.

I forgot about them for 2 days.

I was looking for a pen in my purse and, boom, there it was!

What about you? What’s the weirdest thing in your purse?

Apple Pie Bites #callmepmc

So now that task is out of the way, let’s get to these 15 Minute Apple Pie Bites. I’ve had a lot of opportunities recently for appetizer potlucks that I’ve had to prepare. Because it’s been so hectic recently. I haven’t planned well. I was running out of time and wanted something Super Woman fast!

I would recommend you use not a tart apple for this but something sweeter like a Gala. Actually, the Gala variety is good for cooking, eating raw, making apple pie or apple butter with. It’s my go-to apple! Do you have a favorite apple?

Secondly, if you purchase the pre-formed phyllo tarts and don’t make your own, like I did, you’ll save even more time! I had phyllo sheets that I needed to use.

15 Minute Apple Pie Bites
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  • 1 Gala apple
  • 24 phyllo shells or 8 sheets phyllo dough
  • 1 T lemon juice
  • ½ c brown sugar
  • 3 T self-rising flour
  • ¼ c butter
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  1. Preheat oven 350 degrees
  2. Dice apple small and place in a small bowl. Add lemon juice so the apples don't turn brown.
  3. Place tart shells on cookie sheet. If using phyllo sheets, layer four and cut them evenly into 12 squares, repeat with second set of 4 sheets. Press into a mini muffin tin and spread corners back.
  4. Drain apples and place about 1 T of apples into each tart shell.
  5. Mix brown sugar, flour, butter and cinnamon, mixture will be coarse and crumbly. Place about 1 T mixture over apples.
  6. Bake 20 to 25 minutes until tops are brown.
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  1. says

    Paula, I’m laughing over the what’s in your purse – I’ve had a lot of weird things in mine, too! Although right now, there is so much change in there that handbag, my seatbelt light comes on every time I put it on the passenger seat, lol. These apple pie bites sound wonderful and I love Gala apples, too! Thanks for sharing – pinning and buffering! Hope you have a wonderful first Thursday of 2014!

    • says

      I went to pay for something and pulled out those tortillas! That’s what prompted me to clean it out! lol! I’m moving pretty slow on this first Thursday, I’ve GOT to get back on a good routine, it’s so hard with everybody home.

  2. says

    I don’t usually have too many strange things in my purse, but I’ll usually find the apple from Panera in there a few days after I’ve gotten it.

  3. says

    haha.. love that you found flour tortillas in your purse… and hearing your random carpool line stories. I can’t wait to have some of my own when my little guy starts school. I’ve had some pretty random stuff in my purse, but not sure if I can bet tortilla. 🙂 These apple bites sound delicious and like the perfect mini bite!

  4. says

    These apple bites look adorable! Hehe, loved your story! I’m always scared of what I will find at the bottom of my purse too. I know I always seem to find really old and stale cheerio bits and nuts since I bring snacks for my lil guy to munch on and a few fall to the bottom and get lost 🙂

  5. says

    These apple bites look so yummy! I’ll definitely have to try them. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. It was featured at this week’s Pin Junkie party. Hope you’ll stop by to grab a featured button and share another great recipe at thepinjunkie.com/2014/01/friday-link-party-49.html

  6. says

    How delicious and fast! I just moved into a new home so I’m excited to try new recipes in my new kitchen (there was a lot of “new” in there). I’m wondering though how easy it is to work with the self rising flour, I’ve always been a bit worried to work with it. Thanks for sharing- following you on google+ and facebook!

    • says

      Thanks so much, returning the follow! I grew up always using self-rising flour. I really just started using all purpose flour recently so I find self-rising extremely easy to work with. No need to measure salt and soda. Have fun in your new kitchen!


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