BeeHive Apple Pie


My husband and I were feeling creative this evening!  We wanted apple pie but didn’t want to make a whole pie, so we made these little numbers!  I was thrilled when we opened them up and found these adorable little beehives.


BeeHive Apple Pies

3 Granny Smith Apples

1 C Flour

1.5 C Sugar

2 Tablespoon Cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon Nutmeg

  • Mix in a large bowl.
  • Carefully flour each apple until thoroughly coated (even between the layers)

Pie Crust

  • Whip up 3 recipies of your favorite pie crust
  • Roll three large circles
  • Set on apple on each

1/2 C Raisins

3 Tablespoon Butter

2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar

  • Mix together
  • Stuff into center of each apple
  • Carefully wrap crust around apples & pinch to close the top.  Patch any holes with extra crust.
  • Place on cookie sheet
IMPORTANT: Freeze crusted apples for 60 minutes.  Bake directly from the freezer.


  • Preheat oven to 450*F
  • Bake for 15 minutes
  • Reduce heat to 350*F
  • Cover apples with little domes of aluminum foil
  • Bake another 45 minutes
  • Remove foil & bake another 15 minutes or until apples are soft (insert a skewer to test doneness).

Cool completely before slicing in half to serve.

Serves 6

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About GranolaMom

My passion is natural living, cleaning, teaching, being. I hope you'll join me as I discover new things and pursue the best in whatever life throws at me. Most of what I post will be homeschool related as that is my focus now and in the years to come, but I have posted and will probably post more about cloth diapering, natural foods, and clean living as well. Enjoy and I hope you find something useful here. :)

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