Keepie Quiets

Keepie Quiets

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Edited on Sep 20, 2007

My mother in law used to make these for my husband and his sister. Whenever I make pies and have leftover dough, I make these treats for my grandchildren. Of course my own children like them too. I recently taught my eldest daughter how to make them. The name originates from keeping quiet until the pie is done.


Leftover pie dough
margarine or butter
white or brown sugar


Roll leftover pie dough out as for pie crust, spread with butter or margarine, sprinkle with sugar, sprinkle with cinnamon.
Roll up as you would a pinwheel cookie. Cut into 1 inch pieces, place on a baking sheet. Bake in a 350 degree oven until nice and brown. Give the children these after they have cooled for a few minutes. You can eat some too.

Not a NESTLÉ®-tested recipe.

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