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    • Cherry Pie

      1/3 cup pie crust mix
      4 teaspoons water
      6 teaspoons pie filling; cherry

      In a small bowl, Combine pie crust mix and water with fork, stirring gently to form a ball.

      Divide the dough in half, forming 2 small balls.

      On a floured board roll out one ball slightly larger than the pan. Fit into greased pan.

      Fill with pie filling.

      Roll out second ball of dough, place on top. Seal edges with a fork.

      Bake in Easy-Bake Oven for 25 to 30 minutes.


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