Banquet Fruit Pies make an easy and quick snack. Choose between apple, peach or cherry berry or all three! They only cost about 70 cents for a 7 oz. pie, so go ahead and splurge. With school starting, they make a good after school snack.
I’ve eaten Banquet pot pies for a long time, so when I saw their fruit pies I knew they’d be good. I chose to bake mine in the oven which only took 30 minutes. The crust was golden brown and crispy. In the sake of a good review I also tried one in the microwave (not the same day, don’t worry about me). It tasted just as good and it only took 4 minutes. The only extra process is that I had to use a food thermometer to check the temperature of my pie. That’s just too much work for me. So from now on, I’ll be baking my Banquet Fruit Pies in the oven.
I found my pies at Publix, but they’re available at Walmart and grocery stores around the US. If you want a free sample, check with your local Walmart between August 26-28, right before Labor Day. 650 Walmarts will have in-store demonstrationsÃ‚ of the Banquet Fruit Pies topped with Reddi-wip.
Don’t forget to add toppings to your Banquet Fruit Pies, including ice cream, melted cheese, whipped creme, etc. What’s your favorite pie topping?
I wrote this review while participating in a blog campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Banquet and received free coupons to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central also sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.