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Goldfish crackers are the perfect snack for anytime, but most especially on the go. Whether you’re sitting on a park bench with your kids or taking a quick snack break after school, reaching for Goldfish crackers is so simple. They are so readily available and I found mine at Walmart where they are currently on Rollback! Score! They have so many different varieties but we like to buy the great big 30oz cartons. Really they are a win-win for parents and kids.
That’s because aside from eating them as a snack, I like to cook with them. I’ve used them for so many things but my very favorite way to use them is crushed up with butter and turned into a pie shell. Yep, that’s right. The best part is that as a pie shell, they can be filled with just about any deliciously savory item you can think of.
The Goldfish crackers add a rich, cheddar flavor and are absolutely delicious. We have made them with several different types of Goldfish crackers, including the Pretzel and the Whole Grain Goldfish crackers. The next time I make this, I will be using the Goldfish crackers Flavor Blasted Xtra Cheddar.
This dish is super easy to make and requires just a few ingredients to make everything delicious.
Making the little Goldfish crackers mini pies is actually a lot of fun, and I get my teenagers involved in that process while I am making the filling. This gets everyone in the kitchen together which I love.
You simply start by just crushing the goldfish crackers. Then you add the butter and blend again until it forms a sort of dough. Don’t worry if it doesn’t all mix perfectly. We dump it out in a bowl and knead it with our hand. Very fun indeed!
Next, after spraying your muffin pan, you’re wanting to form a sort of “pie” in the muffin tin. Don’t make it too thin or it will fall apart when they cool and are removed.
Bake them at 375 degrees for about 10-15 minutes. They shouldn’t be too soft when they come out, but they will be soft if you push on them a little. I look for separation from the side of the pan and then touch the center to be sure it’s not too soft. Allow them to completely cool in the pan.
Once they are cool, remove them very carefully from the pan. They are fragile, so you don’t want to dump them, but just gently lift them. I turn them once in the muffin cup to make sure they are loose. Once your filling is complete, no matter what filling you are making, gently spoon it into each Goldfish crackers pie crust. Serve them with the filling still hot. Delicious!
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