… And eat it. Which is why my clothes will probably be too tight in January. My students really enjoyed making these mini apple pies.
You Will Need:
Canned apples (not pie filling, just apples in water)
Cinnamon & Sugar
Mini graham cracker pie crusts
What to do:
Give each child a bowl and spoon. Allow children to scoop some apples from the can into their bowl. Be sure to give each child some of the water from the can, so it will be easier to stir in the other ingredients. Allow each child to shake the cinnamon sugar onto their apples and stir it with their spoon. I bought a shaker of cinnamon and sugar because it cost less for this project, but you could buy it separately and let the children add each. Once the cinnamon, sugar, and apples are mixed well, the children spoon their mixture into the pie crusts. Add whipped cream to the top and enjoy! These could be warmed in an oven, but we mostly do “no cook” recipes in my class, so we ate them cold, and they were very yummy!