How do you use a pie maker? What pastry do you use in a pie maker? How do I clean a pie maker? Find out the answers plus tasty new pie maker recipes.
Have you just got on the pie maker bandwagon? Or maybe you've been a convert since the beginning and are looking for new ideas?
Wherever you are on the pie maker scale, we've got all the answers to your burning questions, like can I use puff pastry in a pie maker? How long do pies take to cook in a pie maker? And, importantly, how do you clean a pie maker?
You'll find all the tips and tricks here, plus creative and tasty new pie maker recipes to try now.
Pie makers are the new toastie / jaffle maker. They make snacks and meals quick, easy and affordable.
Perfect for a family (think about all those simple lunchbox meals you can make), great for a student just making it out on their own (pie maker pizzas, anyone?) and fun for empty nesters who are keen to experiment with more creative snacks and treats without the fuss of having to use the oven.
Designed to be super simple and convenient, the pie maker has 4 non-stick holes with a base measurement that's around 10cm and a crimped edge. Pie makers such as the Kmart Pie Maker come with a reversible cutter. You use one side for the base and the other for the lid.
Both puff pastry and shortcrust pastry will work in the pie maker and should come up golden and crisp. But don't stop at just pastry.
People have been experimenting and using their pie makers to make everything from keto-style quiches without using any pastry at all to using rolled out bread slices or wraps to use as a base for easy tarts.
Because pie makers have a non-stick coating, they are pretty easy to clean. Similar to a toastie maker, if you wipe the surface while it's still hot, most melted cheese or overflow (if there has been any) should wipe away.
For any cooked on or burnt bits that don't come off as easily, moisten a non-scratch scourer, press it onto the surface and leave for a minute or two to help loosen the cooked on bits, then gently scrub them off.
Make sure that the pie maker is completely clean and dry before closing and putting away. This will help prolong the life of the pie maker, especially the non-stick coating.
Scroll down for heaps of great recipes, or check out the full collection of pie maker recipes and get cooking!
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GET THE RECIPES: Easy Pizza Scrolls
These pizza scrolls can be cooked in either a pie maker or an oven. They're great for freezing too, simply cool and freeze in a freezer-proof container for up to one month.