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November 10, 2015

Pies! My favorite Petite Pies for Thanksgiving


Petite Pies!

I'm all about traditional when it comes to Thanksgiving, but I'm also a fan of having my very own pie.  All to myself.

I really like the idea of preserving those traditional tastes and recipes, but serving them in a fresh way.   With these tart pans you don't have to worry about making pretty fluted edges, the pan does the work for you.   They are made of thick brown kraft paper and lined with a non-stick coating.

I'm excited to let Emma and her cousins decorate their own pies with whipped cream and sprinkles.

These disposable tart pans come in two sizes : Petite and Small.  The petite is almost enough for two people, and the small is an individual.  Both fit into a Large Cello Bag for giving.

Shop :
Petite Brown Tart Pans, 10 for $6

Small Brown Tart Pans, 10 for $5



Salted Caramel Apple Pie

You can make any pie recipe into pint sized - making it fun to make a big variety.

Petite Pecan Pies &
Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream

Don't forget the vanilla bean whipped cream.  Recipe, here >

I'll save you the click through, basically you need to make whipped cream and add a big spoonful of vanilla bean paste.  It transforms typical whipped cream into something magical - almost like homemade vanilla ice cream.  That's soft.  Trust me.




  
If you're going to have a morning parade crew at your house like we are, why not start Thanksgiving Day off with a pie?  These individual Quiche Tarts are a good alternative to donuts : )  They can be made ahead of time and kept in the freezer.  Reheat in the microwave or oven.

Petite Quiche Tarts Recipe

Shop : 

Petite Brown Tart Pans, 10 for $6

Small Brown Tart Pans, 10 for $5

2 comments:

  1. katrina v9:27 AM

    Hi Jenny, is the pb ottoman in your family room slipcovered in the carbon gray velvet? It looks like such a pretty neutral gray color... thanks!

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    1. It is actually the cafe - it looks brownish grey.

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