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    Who has one? What type? How many pies can it make and how long does it take?

    I really want to sell some got food at the pool this year but its really variable in patronage so I don't really want to have ready made pies and a pie warmer so someone suggested this brilliant idea! I didn't know they existed!

    Do you think it's a good idea!? I definitely have people asking for hot food on the weekends and can't do hot chips of anything so maybe pies and toasted sandwiches.

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    I have a mini pie maker. It makes 8 at a time. I haven't actually made pies in it yet! But I have used it for mini muffins, cupcakes and quiches. Pretty handy. It came with a little recipe book with ideas for all the different pies/muffins/quiches etc you can use it for.

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    I have a sunbeam pie maker.
    It makes 4 pies at a time. It takes 10 minutes for each set of four.
    I make amazing pies in it!

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    I have a sunbeam pie maker, u cook the mixtures prior and then pastry in the pie makers fill with filling top with pastry lid, takes a few mins to cook the pastry. Delish and awesome


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    Cool thanks all.

    So you think it would be manageable at the pool?

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    Would you make as ordered? If u precooked mixture at
    Home and brought it kept it in the fridge with the pastry then it would be manageable.

    You could premake them all and have a little heater oven but i think i read u wanted to avoid that?


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    Yes I'd make as ordered. Make it all at home and keep in the fridge at the pool.

    It's wouldn't be coat effective to have a pie warmer with cooked pies because numbers are so variable. It would only be for weekends.

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    Cost not coat

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    Oh yeah totes.

    I think it could def work!



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    Also any mixture could be frozen if you don't use it all up. We have a 4 cooker - I think it's the sunbeam one. We love it, but haven't made any for ages, might put pastry on the shopping list :-)

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