2 Ingredient Vegan Pumpkin Pie Bites

Yes, I’m serious. These only require 2 ingredients. And they’re vegan. And very delicious.


This post is for those of you that are like me and just don’t have the desire (or the time) to spend all day in the kitchen making real pie. :)

The key to this recipe is using canned pumpkin pie mix vs. regular canned pumpkin. The pumpkin pie mix has spices and some sugar added, so they already did the work for you!

Here are your ingredients:


If you’re feeling less lazy than I was (or can’t find the canned pumpkin pie mix), you can make your own by mixing regular canned pumpkin with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and some sugar to taste.

Also, if you want to keep the recipe vegan, make sure the mini fillo shells are vegan! The ones pictured above are organic, vegan, and without any hydrogenated oils or gross additives. Win!


These pumpkin pie bites would be perfect for a quick and easy last minute Thanksgiving dessert. Just like the real thing, but cuter and minus the effort. :)


2 Ingredient Vegan Pumpkin Pie Bites

Makes 12.

This recipe could not be easier — or more delicious. Just like pumpkin pie, but bite sized and without the hassle! Serve warm or chilled. If you’re not worried about keeping the recipe vegan, I recommend serving them with a dollop of homemade whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top. :)


  • 1 package of mini filo shells
  • 1 can of pumpkin pie mix (NOT regular pumpkin puree)


Preheat oven to 350.

1) Using a small spoon, place dollops of the pumpkin pie mix into the mini fillo shells until they are filled just over the top.

2) Place filled shells onto a greased or PAM sprayed baking sheet. Pop in the oven for 25 minutes.

Enjoy! And let them cool before you try them — I definitely burned my tongue!

If you want the pumpkin to harden up more like a normal pie, chill them briefly before serving, and don’t forget the whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon, if desired! I wish I’d had some on hand!


Recipes this easy are the best.




Enjoy! :)


  1. 1

    Too cute! I would eat ALL of these!

  2. 2

    How cute!! Love it :)

  3. 3

    These look so delicious! I love those mini phyllo shells. What a great way to turn pie into finger food.

  4. 4

    Yummy!!! I love introducing healthy bites to my familyx this looks like a great hit, I can see it already! Thnks:)

  5. 5

    Love this idea Anne. I actually have FOUR boxes of those things from FitBloggin’ because several of my roommates passed them along!

  6. 7

    These are so cute! Sometimes I have to stop myself from just eating the pumpkin pie puree by the spoonful…so delicious!

  7. 8

    Theses are so cute, and look delicious!

  8. 9

    I made a two ingredient recipe with that exact pumpkin pie mix yesterday! I used a yellow cake mix and dumped the puree in for cupcakes. DELISH!

  9. 10

    those are adorable and look super easy! and that’s neat that you found vegan fillo dough! I wonder if they make a gluten free kind! haha

  10. 11

    those are just as cute as a button!!

  11. 12
    Becky Martinez says

    Those are so cute! I will have to try them as we love EVERYTHING mini!! Instead of a spoon you could use ziploc bag with one of the corners cut off, or a pastry bag, to fill your cups. When I make mini cupcakes and mini donuts in our Babycakes Makers it is much easier and faster to use the bags…just a thought…

  12. 14

    I like using those shells with a chopped greek salad – a great appetizer!

  13. 15
    Pat Elsberry says

    This is an awesome idea!!! Going to add this to the menu! They are too cute and way too easy not to try! Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

  14. 16

    I love how easy these are! Is that the actual color of pumpkin pie filling? It almost looks red.

  15. 18

    This will be perfect for snacks before Thanksgiving dinner. We eat our dinner around 4 to 5 PM. That gives our kids and grandkids plenty of time to get to our house. I fix different snakes and set them out around noon. This will be a winner.

  16. 19

    LOVE this idea, Anne! I’ve always purchased plain pureed pumpkin and mixed up my own filling, however in the case of these mini phyllo pies, the pre-made version is a fabulous time-saving alternative. These would make a great party dessert or a fun afternoon snack. :)

  17. 20

    I was looking for something quick for Thanksgiving. These look perfect. Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  18. 21

    These look adorable. And so easy to make! On my to-make list for winter break.

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