Five Flavor-Filled Hand Pies

Who needs a plate? Dinner is so much more fun with these handheld savory pies.
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Brooke McLay
With one little tube of Pillsbury® Crescents, there are endless possibilities! Our favorite way to bake up crescents is to turn them into homemade hand pies. The best part? So many ways to stuff them! Here's how we pull together a batch of homemade dinner hand pies. Delish!

Grab yourself a tube of Big and Flaky Crescents. They're big! They're flaky! They're totally perfect for this recipe!

Pillsbury Big and Flaky Crescents dough.
Open the crescents and separate into four rectangles. Pinch the diagonal perforated lines of dough together for each rectangle. Top with your favorite fillings. Big and Flaky Crescents flattened into rectangles with ingredients added.
Fold each rectangle in half. Make sure you keep that filling inside by fully sealing the edges of the dough with a fork. Big and Flaky Crescents flattened into rectangles ingredients added and edges sealed with fork.
Place your sealed hand pies on a baking sheet. Brush or spoon a bit of beaten egg over the top of each hand pie.

Heat oven to 425°F. Bake 10 to 12 minutes or just until medium golden brown. Cool slightly before serving, 3 to 5 minutes.

Try one of our tasty fillings for your hand pies!

Big and Flaky Crescents sealed on baking sheet washed lightly with beaten egg.