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Our muffin tin fruit pie recipe promises bite-size bliss

Making single-serving homemade blueberry, apple or peach pies is easy -- just grab your muffin tin!
/ Source: TODAY

Believe us, we know the feeling — when summer hits, it's always tempting to grab a fork and eat a whole pie on your own. All that fresh fruit and buttery crust is too good to resist; one more bite is always in order.

TODAY Show: Siri Pinter bakes miniature fruit pies in a muffin tin. – July 27, 2015Samantha Okazaki / TODAY

Well, you can put the fork down and pick up a muffin tin instead. With these miniature versions of your favorite apple and peach pies, you can have all the juicy, fruity satisfaction of summer's bounty without the knowledge that, well, you know, you ate a whole pie.

How to make muffin tin fruit pies
Casey Barber

Make these fun four-bite pies completely from scratch with a simple pie crust that comes together easily in the food processor, or save a few minutes with storebought pie dough. You can use blueberries, apples, peaches or even cherries in this recipe. Any way you slice it, it's going to be delicious.

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Muffin Tin Fruit Pies

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Casey Barber is a freelance food writer, photographer, and recipe developer, the editor of the online magazine Good. Food. Stories, and the author of Pierogi Love: New Takes on an Old-World Comfort Food and Classic Snacks Made from Scratch: 70 Homemade Versions of Your Favorite Brand Name Treats.