Recipe by Amis
These are more similar to a cake than a pie, so I'm not sure where the name comes from. Supposedly, these mini cakes were eaten by Greek warriors when they were traveling. I made these on our last road trip. They kept well as long as they stayed wrapped. The kids loved them. Zaar World Tour 05
Top Review by evelyn/athens
with regard to Amis' question as to why these are called a 'pie' and not a cake. In Greece this would be called a 'pita' which translates into English as pie. Pita in Greek is just generic though for something flat and baked. ;-)
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix the sugar, butter, eggs and flour together in a bowl until well mixed.
- Shape the dough into about 15 mini balls, flatten them and place them on a cooking sheet.
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Place the tray in the oven and let them cook from 30-45 minutes or until brown.