Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Top pie-making tips

Most pie makers are designed to make four individual pies and are similar to operate. The main difference lies in the size of the pies they make.-cup (180ml) pies, and even those that produce a single 2-cup (625ml) family-sized pie. Here’s our guide to fillings: Four-hole (⅓-cup/80ml): each hole will hold approximately cup filling. Four-hole (¾-cup/180ml): each hole will hold approximately cup filling. A family-sized single pie holds approximately 2cups filling. Take care not to overfill pies or they will make a mess. You can always check one pie before filling them all. Read pie maker’s instruction manual for specific guidance around use.

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