Fall Treats with Lucky Leaf Pie Filling

A few weeks ago i got an email from a pie filling company called Lucky Leaf.Makers of premium pie fillings, they had me at pie. Seriously.

I laughed at first only because I thought the name was great, because a friend of mine has a little boy named Leaf. It’s a pretty rare name so when I see products with his name on them by instinct I send a picture to my friend! They asked if I could have a fall dinner party and use the filling for some treats and I said yes. Granted the party was just me and hubby and one of our kids but I did make some great treats!

I decided to make some homeade caramel, homemade whipped cream and then I made some simple pastry dough disks, to go with the pie filling. I just used a very simple pie dough recipe for those. I tried to assemble a great tower but that caramel just oozed and I made it like a little pastry sandwich. I would call it deconstucted apple pie.

And because I never make one of anything I decided to also make a pie, but this is a mini pie made in a muffin tin. Same ingredients but an actual pie


I won’t lie I was sneaking apples right out of the can, because it CAN be used as a topping not just baked in a pie. One of the main reasons I agreed to try this pie filling is because it doesn’t have high fructose corn syrup in it. The s[ices on the apples are just right, and the taste as a whole isn’t overly sweet. This filling would actually be absolutely perfect in pastries like danish or turnovers. big yummy slices of heaven!

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About Candace Reid

Candace Reid is the owner and author of My Serendipity Life. She is the mother of 3 and a college graduate having earned her Associates Degree in Business for Hospitality/Food Service Management. an an AAS degree in Photographic Imaging from Lansing Community College. She also loves to blog about food, fun tech and travel. Email Candace


  1. Mmmmm can you mail that? Looked so good I had to stumble and share!

  2. Oh wow that looks great! Plus I like how there is no High Fructose Corn Syrup! Going to have to check out if Lucky Leaf is sold in my store now!

    • That is my favorite part, pie in general is sweet but HFCS is something I avoid so its nice to see pie filling without it that still has plenty of sweetness!

  3. That looks sooooo good! I rarely use canned pie filling but I do love how tender the apples in them always are.

  4. I didn’t think they made pie filling anymore!! Thank you so much for posting this, it was my favorite when I was a kid and now I can make pies with it again!

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