Mini Homemade Pumpkin Pies Recipe

Who adores pumpkin pie? It’s something I anticipate preparing each fall. Nothing beats a cut of natively constructed pie! I figured it is amusing to make smaller than expected renditions of great pumpkin pie, and I’m extremely content with how they turned out.

These scaled down Mini Pumpkin Pies would be ideal for gatherings or uncommon events, since you can make such a significant number of them, and they look extremely amazing. They seem as though you went throughout the day making them, yet as a general rule, they just take around 15 minutes to gather.

With these pumpkin pie nibbles, you get no different kinds of a natively constructed pumpkin pie, with less planning time, less heat time, and a higher outside to-filling-proportion. 😉 I don’t think about you, yet I’m persuaded that the outside layer is in some cases the best piece of a pie, and with these smaller than normal pumpkin pies, you get flaky hull in each and every chomp!

Simply be cautious, in light of the fact that before you know it, you’ll have eaten three (or four, or five) of these heavenly little pumpkin pie treats. I know as a matter of fact!

Thanksgiving is one week from now and I’m thinking about how on the planet it’s as of now that season? It feels like just yesterday it was 100 degrees outside, yet now I’m preparing pies and treats in abundance.

To be completely forthright, this has been such a bustling year for us and I’m prepared for things to hinder a bit. I have a post coming soon about what Josh and I have been up to all year and it’s really energizing. I can hardly wait to impart every one of the subtleties to you!

Meanwhile, would we be able to discuss pie? On the off chance that you’ve at any point felt threatened with regards to making pies, these little pumpkin pies are the ideal beginning stage.

These scaled down pies are made in a biscuit container, so you don’t need to stress over embellishing the edges like a standard pie. The filling just takes around 5 minutes to combine and you should simply empty it into the pie outside layers, at that point prepare them.

Furthermore, how adorable would these be on your Thanksgiving table this year?

These charming smaller than normal pumpkin pies begin with some pie outside layers. You’ll require two pie outside layers for this formula, you either use locally acquired pie coverings or you can utilize my natively constructed pie hull formula.

You’ll likewise require a 3.5-inch cutout to remove hovers for the pie outside layers. In the event that you don’t have a cutout, at that point a cup or something comparative will work fine and dandy. Simply make certain to quantify anything that you’re utilizing to cut the circles for your pie hulls and ensure it’s the right size.

For the filling in these small scale pies, you’ll be utilizing some pumpkin puree, dark colored sugar, flavors, an egg, and some vanished milk. When you stir up the filling, you’ll pour it equally between the entirety of the pie hulls. I propose utilizing a tablespoon to apportion the filling for every one, it ought to be around 2 tablespoons for each pie.


  • 2 pie coverings custom made or locally acquired
  • 1/2 cup (100 grams) dark colored sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup (250 grams) pumpkin puree
  • 3/4 cup (180 ml) vanished milk
  • 1 egg gently beaten


  1. Preheat broiler to 400°F.
  2. On a gently floured surface, roll the pie outsides out to ⅛” thickness. Utilizing a 3.5-inch cutout (or cup) cut out 18 circles from the pie outside layers. Re-roll any piece bits of pie batter varying to remove the circles.
  3. Spot each hover of pie outside layer in 18 holes of 2 standard 12-check biscuit container. Delicately press the mixture down and around the sides, ensuring the batter fits snuggly in every hole. Move the biscuit skillet to the cooler while you make the filling.
  4. In a medium-sized blending bowl, whisk together the dark colored sugar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and salt until all around joined. At that point rush in the pumpkin puree, vanished milk, and egg until completely joined.
  5. Expel the biscuit dish with the pie outside layers from the cooler. Spoon the pumpkin pie filling uniformly between every one of the 18 pie outside layers in the biscuit skillet (around 2 tablespoons for every pie covering).
  6. Prepare at 400°F for 16-20 minutes or until the highest points of the small scale pumpkin pies are set and the outside layer is gently brilliant darker. Expel from the broiler and permit to cool on a wire rack for 30 minutes, cautiously expel from the biscuit dish, at that point place on the wire rack to get done with cooling. Once cooled, place in a sealed shut holder and move to the fridge to chill for at any rate 3 hours or medium-term.
  7. Once chilled, cautiously expel from the skillet, serve, and appreciate!

Sara Ali

Sara Ali is professional Blogger and a content writer. She loves to read write about food and cooking recipes. She is currently working in Food Mania Ltd as Head Cook since 2014.

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