Banquet Fruit Pies Snack Time

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 demonstrations  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.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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