Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

This recipe is from Company's Coming BBQ cookbook.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 12 slices white bread
  • 1 (19 ounce) can pie filling (your choice)


  1. Pish 1 slice of bread in each side of pie iron with buttered side against iron. put spoonful of pie filling in center. Close iron tightly. Pull off bread around outside edges. Cook on medium hot grill until toasted on both sides. for 6 servings there will be pie filling left. Store in fridge or freeze, or keep making pies until all gone.
  2. variation:.
  3. for a sweeter pie crsut sprinkle buttered side with sugar. Tip bread up so excess sugar falls off. place pie in iron.
  4. Note: Pie irons are sold where camper's supplies are. they are the round ones, square, and double ones.
  5. *** time is estimated.


Most Helpful

We make these when we go camping, but I find the round pie irons are more effective than the square ones. They are smaller, so they seal the edges better. We call these "pudgie pies". Don't know where we got this name from! :lol:

WI Cheesehead September 11, 2007

You can make this in a sandwich maker which encases the whole bread and makes marks for 4 triangles for each sandwich. A definite kid pleaser.Kids love the blueberry pie filling. Blue tongues!

Montana Heart Song June 01, 2006

I have been making this for a long time whenever I go camping! This is just as poplular as smores in my house!(or trailer, I guess!) We call them "bush pies". Can't wait to make them when I go camping again, after all the season is almost here!

BestTeenChef May 10, 2006

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