On a floured surface, roll out pie dough. Use a rolling pin to flatten it to ⅛” thick.
Use a circular cookie cutter, cut out the circles for the pies. If you don't have one, use a drinking glass or a metal ring from a canning jar.
Place 1-2 apple slices from the filling on the crust. Chop the apples up if they are too large.
Fold the crust in half and use the back of a fork to seal the two edges together.
In a small bowl, whisk the egg. Brush the crust with the egg wash.
Make a few holes in the top to allow the steam to escape.
Place the pies in the air fryer basket and cook at 330 for six minutes, flip and cook for three more minutes.
Ninja Foodi/Instant Pot Duo Crisp Option: You can use a Ninja Foodi or Instant Pot Duo Crisp. Just use the crisping lid. Then cook the same way as you would in this recipe. Baking Option: If you want bake these instead of air fry, at 350 degrees. Place pies on a greased baking sheet. Leave Space: Make sure to leave space between each pie. If they touch they will not crisp up in all areas. Substitutions: You can swap the filling with any fruit filling you would like. Cutting Options: Reach for a drinking glass and use that as the circle to cut out the pie crust. Anything that is round will work great. Also, try the ring from a canning jar.Storage: Pie doesn't have to be refrigerated but you will find that it will last longer if placed in the refrigerator. They will store for 4-5 days. Freezer Friendly: Yes, these pies do freeze well. Allow them to fully cool. Once cooled place in an airtight container or freezer bag. Freeze for 3-4 months. Thaw on the counter in the fridge when you are ready to serve them up.