These hand pies are beautifully crafted using either a tomato or spinach tortilla, which makes them so easy and fun to eat. The aromatic curry mixed with hearty vegetables gives it a taste reminiscent of an open-faced samosa. If you don’t like spicy food, cut the amount of cayenne in half, but I think heat is the only way to go with these pies. And besides, all that spiciness is balanced by the sweet mango chutney and yogurt sauce. Click here to see more recipes for your cupcake pan.  Click here to see 10 Great Dishes to Make with Frozen Vegetables.
View Recipe
5
jam hand pies
So simple, so quick, and so ridiculously delicious. 
View Recipe
4.5
Sweet and fruity hand pies dusted with cookie crumbs. Use premade pie crust dough, or make Whole Foods' Classic Pie Crust. If you don't have a 5-inch cookie cutter, use a small bowl or make smaller pies. 
View Recipe
4
With this recipe, your summer party guests will be begging for s'more, without the usual hot mess or sticky fingers.
View Recipe
4
A delectable and sweet pie shrunken into individual hand-held portions- perfect for any sweet-toothed socializing guest!
View Recipe
4
3Cheese Italian Chicken Hand Pies
Cheesy, savory hand pies full of sweet Italian chicken sausage and sun-dried tomatoes wrapped in a flaky crust. Serve with a side of homemade pizza sauce or your favorite marinara. 
View Recipe
4
Spiced Brandy Apple Hand Pies
Fall’s favorite activity is back – Apple Picking! Making a trip to a nearby orchard with the family is always a fun-filled seasonal tradition. But what do you do with the pounds of apples you have left over? Put them to good use with the Colman’s Mustard Spiced Brandy Apple Hand Pies recipe! Dry Mustard Powder is a foodie’s secret weapon, and it adds an unexpected spicy kick to this fall delight that everyone is sure to love. Bake them as an after-dinner dessert for the family or an easy treat for the office, either way they’re as sweet and as satisfying as can be.
View Recipe
4
Magpie Pie Dough
Magpie’s signature flakey pie dough is the perfect, tender base for all of Holly Ricciardi’s pie creations. — Angela CarlosMakes Enough Dough for any of the Following: 2 (9-inch / 23-cm) single-crust pies,  1 (9-inch / 23-cm) double-crust or lattice-top pie,  8 (4 x 2-inch / 10 x 5-cm) potpies,  12 (2 x 1-inch / 5 x 3-cm) mini pies,  1 (9 x 3-inch / 23 x 8-cm) quiche, or 8 (4-inch / 10-cm) hand pies (plus trimmings).Reprinted with permission from Magpie © 2015 by Holly Ricciardi, Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group.
View Recipe
4
Strawberry Rhubarb Hand Pies
This recipe from The SeaShack at The Standard High Line in New York City is reminiscent of McDonald’s apple pies but even more delicious — and you can make them at home!Recipe courtesy of The SeaShack at The Standard Highline
View Recipe
3.4
Easy Blueberry Coconut Hand Pies
Summer desserts should be all about fresh, seasonal produce and ease of preparation. These blueberry hand pies use a store-bought pie crust to save on time (though you can certainly make your own if you prefer). And, they’re small handheld pies so you won’t have any plates or forks to clean up afterwards. Loaded with fresh summer blueberries and shaved coconut, these hand pies are a perfect summertime treat.
View Recipe
3
Apple-Cranberry Hand Pies
We rarely visited fast-food places when I was a kid. On the occasion that we did, I'd beg Mom to buy me a hot apple hand pie for dessert. Once in a great while, Mom succumbed to my begging, and it felt like a real treat when she did. I loved how I could just hold it in my hand and nibble around the edges, saving the filling (the best part) for last. These hand pies are reminiscent of the fast-food variety, but they're infinitely more delicious and satisfying to make at home.
View Recipe
2.5
Biscuits are filled with slow-cooked pork shoulder with barbecue sauce and apples for a robust take on this summer classic. As always, semi-homemade substitutions make this a quick and easy meal. Click here for more recipes for your cupcake pan. 
View Recipe
2.5