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Who says entertaining for the holidays has to be stressful and complicated? Keep things simple and effortless by creating a No Bake Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bar with Dannon® Greek Yogurt Oikos® Light & Fit® Caramel Apple Pie Yogurt, Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust, Reddi-wip®, and your favorite toppings.

No-bake mini caramel apple pie barWhen I was younger, throwing a holiday party used to stress me out. I would spend weeks planning out party details and hours cooking every dish from scratch. In fact, sometimes I would still be cooking when guests arrived. I was so focused on providing an unforgettable meal that I lost time to make memories with family and friends.

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Luckily, age has made me a little wiser. While I still spend time creating a great meal, I’m okay with simplifying and using pre-made items to make holiday entertaining easier. Nowadays, I’m all about less time in the kitchen and more time with family.

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And one of the easiest ways to simplify and quickly get out of the kitchen is to create a No-Bake Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bar. Creating a mini pie bar requires less than 10 minutes in the kitchen and minimal prep. All I have to do is provide the 3-ingredient pie and the toppings for an effortless holiday dessert.

Walmart shelves

Since its fall season, I decided a no-bake mini caramel apple pie bar would be the perfect dessert spread for a holiday party. So on my weekly Walmart shopping trip, I picked up several Dannon® Greek Yogurt Oikos® Light & Fit® Caramel Apple Pie Yogurt containers, a couple packages of Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust, Reddi-wip® , and various toppings for the my dessert spread.

Mixing the no-bake mini caramel apple pie

Because I’m creating a mini pie bar, I needed a quick and tasty pie. So I mixed together Dannon® Greek Yogurt Oikos® Light & Fit® Caramel Apple Pie Yogurt, Reddi-wip®, and honey (optional) for the filling. Then placed several spoonfuls of the mix into the Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust shells and popped them into the freezer. Super easy and can be served immediately for a 5-minute dessert or frozen* for a firmer pie – my kids like it frozen.

*Pies can be made ahead of time and frozen. If frozen, thaw for 15-20 minutes before serving to soften the pies. Frozen pies can be left out to thaw before a party meal. The pies should be soft and ready to eat when the main meal is done. These are also great to have on-hand for those surprise holiday visitors too!

No-bake mini caramel apple pie bar components

When it’s time for dessert, creating a mini pie bar is as simple as placing various toppings into bowls and setting them onto a table with the frozen no-bake mini caramel apple pies. For my bar, I used small ceramic bowls that were labeled with chalkboard clips to hold chopped apples, mini chocolate chips, vanilla granola, and pecans for the toppings. Then, I placed chocolate and caramel syrup in squeeze bottles next to the Reddi-wip® for the ultimate pie toppings.

Then, when my guests are ready for dessert, everything is ready to create custom pies. But want to know the best part of a mini pie bar? I can have a great dessert ready in under 10 minutes and I get to spend more time with family and friends! A win-win situation!

No-bake mini caramel apple pie bar

What are your favorite effortless holiday desserts? Have tips/tricks to keep your holiday meals less stressful? Tell me in the comments below!

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No-Bake Mini Caramel Apple Pie

No-Bake Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bar

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

How to make a no-bake mini caramel apple pie bar with premade mini graham crusts, yogurt, apples, and caramel.



  • 1 pkg. Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust (6 count)
  • 2 containers Dannon® Greek Yogurt Oikos® Light & Fit® Carmel Apple Pie Yogurt or substitute with vanilla yogurt 
  • 1 bottle Reddi-wip® Original
  • 2 T. honey - optional


  • 1 pkg. mini chocolate chips
  • 1 bottle chocolate syrup
  • 1 bottle caramel syrup
  • 1 chopped apple
  • 1 pkg. vanilla granola or your favorite granola mix
  • 1 pkg. pecans


    1. In a small bowl, add 2 containers Oikos® Light & Fit® Carmel Apple Pie Yogurt, 2 cups Reddi-wip®, and honey (optional). Mix well.
    2. Add yogurt mix into the mini pie crusts. Place in the freezer for up to 2 hours or serve immediately for a soft pie.
    3. Top each pie with Reddi-wip® and your favorite toppings. I suggest chocolate syrup, caramel syrup, pecans, vanilla granola, chopped apples, and mini chocolate chips. If creating a self-serve pie bar, place ingredients in mini bowls and let everyone create their own pies.


  • Pies can be made ahead of time and frozen. If frozen overnight, let it thaw for 15-20 minutes before serving.
  • Add honey or caramel syrup to the yogurt pie mixture if you prefer a sweeter pie.
  • If you prefer cooked apples, cook the apples with 1/4 tsp. of cinnamon, 1 T. butter, and 1 T. sugar.
  • If you can't find Caramel Apple Pie Yogurt, substitute with Strawberry Yogurt and turn these into Mini Strawberry Yogurt Pies.

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  1. I think I might borrow this idea for my daughter’s birthday party. I’m sure the little girls will love making their own pies! Thanks for sharing with the #BlogFair, hope you can visit again this week.

  2. I love the idea of eating these frozen, too!! Coming over from Snickerdoodle Sunday- hope you’ll join us again this weekend with your latest & greatest makes!

    Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)

  3. These no bake mini apple pies look so cute and delicious. I love that they are made with healthy yogurt. Thanks for stopping by Wonderful Wednesday blog hop and leaving me a comment.

    Diane Roark

  4. I actually have a few of the small pie crusts here at home and will have to give this recipe a try. Thank you so much for sharing and linking up with us over at the Welcome Home Wednesdays Link Party.

  5. I love the simplicity of these! I’m also a cook from scratch kind of gal when it comes to parties, but I would be totally willing to cheat with these pies. And I love your sign! We are definitely pie people here. Pinned. Thanks!

  6. What a fun idea! I need a winter variety of this for our Christmas open house. Last year we did a cocoa and coffee bar, which was a big hit. Now I’m thinking a PIE bar might top that! We’ll see.

  7. Love it! I also get stressed about what I serve. This is so easy and people will think you slaved over them. That is how I want to cook! And the topping bar is genius!!

  8. I am loving the No-Bake trend because I can get so many great recipe ideas that the children will enjoy making. Apples and caramel are a must have in my diet.

  9. This is brilliant! I love serving special treats but time enjoying family is what the holidays are all about so this seems like a wonderful compromise between the two! Your tablescape turned out adorable and these pies look absolutely scrumptious!!

  10. I love simple recipes that deliver a punch of flavor and I think you created a winner with your apple pie bar. Yum – what a perfect way to celebrate fall!

  11. I love a good Graham Cracker anything and this looks delicious! Its so quick , simple and easy and it looks delicious. This No Bake Mini Apple Pie is sure to be a hit at small gatherings

  12. There is literally a Pie Bar that opened up in my town! A bar of pies. Anyway, it made me realize how much people really love pies, especially this time of year.
    I’d love to have my own mini caramel apple pie bar!