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A simple and easy, no-bake, cardamom and cinnamon-spiced, apple-pear-plum pie with a gentle oatmeal streusel topping sprinkled on top.

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I don’t mean to toot my own horn – but, I am pretty darn talented at getting lost. Yes – even after living here in Atlanta for the past 22 years, I still need a GPS to tell me that that “shortcut” I thought I was taking should have been a U-Turn – about 10 miles ago! And the older I get, the more talented I seem to be getting at this particular feat!  😯 

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Recently, when I was with my daughter at our dentist, we happened to fall into the subject of “navigation”. Of course, he got a good chuckle at how I managed to turn a 3 mile run into a 9-mile run/walk as I had forgotten my phone with its Google Maps App. But then he got all philosophical on us.

He asked my daughter to imagine that she was setting sail from Savannah to England, then he told her to imagine how “little variables” could get her off course, and if she wasn’t aware of these variables and made the necessary corrections, she could find herself completely off course in… Mauritania instead!

No Bake Apple Pie Yogurt Crumble Pies

Of course, he was trying to point out to her how life’s distractions sometimes tend to steer you off course, away from your dreams and hopes. But his analogy made me think of my failed attempts at making pie crust. I start off with visions of flaky, buttery, pastry and then somehow end up with goop similar to the crust of a mud pie!

So, instead, I turn to Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crusts which I picked up from my neighborhood Walmart store, along with some fruit and Dannon® Greek Yogurt Light & Fit® Greek Apple Pie and Reddi-wip®. All these together went into making these No-Bake Fruit and Yogurt Crumble Pies with Oatmeal Streusel sprinklings that y’all see here today. 


These crusts help me come up with an easy and almost effortless pie that is not only a tasty snack; but, is also super easy and effortless to clean up!

~Let’s Get Our Pie On~

Usually, on the weekends I saute up some fruit to go with pancakes or crepes, and this weekend I had leftovers of my apple-plum-pear saute. This simple mixture consisted of an apple, a plum, and a pear that had been diced and sauteed in coconut oil and seasoned with cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla.

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I combined some of this fruit mixture with a serving of Dannon® Greek Light & Fit® Caramel Apple Pie Yogurt and a tablespoon of Reddi-wip® and spooned this mixture into the Keebler Mini Pie Crusts.

No-Bake Apple Yogurt Crumble Pie Assembly

I then topped this off with more of the cardamom and cinnamon-spiced fruit mixture…

No Bake Apple Pear Plum Yogurt Crumble Pie

Topped that with more Reddi-wip® and sprinkled some oatmeal streusel on top. I made the oatmeal streusel by baking a mixture of oats, coconut oil, brown sugar, and cinnamon, for about 12 minutes. And voila – quick and easy and fruity pies fit for any time snacking or even your holiday dessert table!

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No Bake Apple Pear Plum Yogurt Crumble Pie

No Bake Fruit and Yogurt Crumble Pies

5 from 1 vote
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Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 6
Author: Shashi
A simple and easy, no-bake, cardamom and cinnamon-spiced, apple-pear-plum pie with a gentle oatmeal streusel topping sprinkled on top.



  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 apple diced skin on
  • 1 pear diced skin on
  • 1 plum diced skin on
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 teaspoon brown sugar


  • 1/2 cup oats
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon


  • Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust 6 count
  • Greek Apple Pie Yogurt
  • Reddi-wip® 13 oz can



  • Add the coconut oil to a pan and saute the apple, pear, and plum in it for a couple of minutes.
  • Add in the cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, and brown sugar and lower heat, and saute for about 5 minutes
  • Let cool


  • Mix oats, coconut oil, brown sugar, and cinnamon and spread out on parchment paper-lined baking tray and bake at 375 for 12 minutes
  • Let cool
  • Mix fruit mix with 1 container Dannon® Light & Fit® Greek Apple Pie Yogurt and 1 tablespoon Reddi-wip®.
  • Add to Keebler® Ready Crust® Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crusts
  • Top with more spiced fruit
  • Then top with Reddi-wip®
  • And finish off with a crumbling of oatmeal streusel on top.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 523kcal
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  1. I love that these are no-bake and so easy to put together, they look delicious!

  2. wyominggirlcoastiewife says:

    We all have our talents and our downfalls, while you are directionally challenged (thank goodness for GPS or I’d be a mess, too) it’s clear that you are a master at coming up with delicious treats–these look so amazing I’m craving one right now!! ~ client

  3. These little pies look perfect! And no bake means I can eat them faster! 🙂

  4. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    These little pies are adorable! They are packed full of fall flavor.

  5. I don’t know how I lived before the Google Maps App! So handy, particularly when one travels. The directions are usually perfect. Anyway, love this! Who doesn’t like pie? Particularly luscious ones. Like these. 😉

  6. hipfoodiemom says:

    I totally rely on my GPS . . it’s so bad!!! I love these yogurt-crumble-pies!!!! brilliant and so easy! I love it!

  7. These are such amazing looking little crumble pies Shashi!

    And, I just got a whole batch of apples stewed on Saturday, making a recipe from them for my blog and sticking the rest in the freezer, so they could be getting used with your recipe. Perfecting timing!

    Love how you’ve got cardamon in these. Never thought of that, I’d just normally put cinnamon in my apply crumble / pie type recipes. Noted for future. Thank you! 🙂

  8. Hahaha, I always get lost:) What a fun idea of making no-bake fruit and yogurt crumble pies. This is so yummy.

  9. It makes me feel a little more normal now knowing I’m not the only one who is not good with directions! It doesn’t matter how many times I visit a place, I’ll always need a GPS to guide me! These pies are so brilliant and I love the fact that they’re individual so I won’t have to share mine! 😀

  10. I am pretty okay with directions… but I ALWAYS get lost running and end up running way longer than I plan!

  11. I usually have a good sense of direction but got lost a few months ago and it made me doubt my next few route decisions. Good thing I wasn’t on a new expedition 🙂

  12. ashley says:

    I saw these on Instagram and knew I had to come check them out! They are absolutely gorgeous!!

  13. Kelly says:

    Haha I am always getting lost too and I feel the same way about pie crust, we are not the best of friends so I am all for shortcuts whenever pies are involved 🙂 Love that these are no bake and so easy to whip up. The spiced fruit filling sounds delicious and I am always a sucker for anything with an oatmeal streusel!

  14. Glad you “found” you way to this totally delicious looking dessert! No-bakes are so perfect for a quick go to dessert!

  15. I do love an effortless pie! And Reddi Wip is its own food group in our house! I can shoot it straight out of the can into my mouth! These little pies look amazing!

  16. hotlyspiced says:

    If it makes you feel any better, I’m hopeless at finding my way around as well. I dread it if I have to head to an area of Sydney I’m unfamiliar with. I do love how these pies are no-bake xx

  17. Ashley says:

    haha oh that made me chuckle … my husband makes fun of me for not knowing like directions (like north, south, etc. – I know how to get places by landmarks, etc instead! lol).

    And these little pies sound fantastic – especially that streusel topping!! I’ll take one please!

    • Shashi says:

      Haha – I am so glad that I’m not the only one! And heck yeah, if not for landmarks and GPS am not sure what I’d do – I cannot tell you how many times I’ve asked someone “so we are meeting at the Starbucks by the QT and the Chase?”

  18. Hahaha! I can totally relate to your whole “talent” of getting lost! I hear ya girlfriend! My dad used to constantly make fun of me for my lack of direction. But that IS why someone was clever enough to make GPS… although, it does help if you remember to bring it! lol. 😉 Anyways, I will make pie crusts for special occasions, like Thanksgiving, but for the rest of the year I love ready made ones… I mean YES to making life simple, right?! So naturally I am loving these crumble pies! I LOVE that they are mini, as I simply swooooooon for anything individual sized. PLUS they are no bake. AND they are filled with fruit and yogurt. AND they have a fabulous oatmeal streusel topping? GAHH! I’ll take 5! Simply delicious! Pinned! Cheers, girlfriend – to quirky talents and mini no bake pies!

    • Shashi says:

      Haha – I could just hug Bradford Parkinson, Roger L. Easton, and Ivan A. who (according to Google) are credited with inventing our good Ol GPS system! 🙂
      I need to search your site to see your pie crusts – I struggle so much with getting a GF one just right. BTW -Thanks so much Cheyanne

  19. Pie crusts are super hard! I’ve only ever attempted to make a few from scratch, and while they turned out -okay-, they were still a far cry from that flaky buttery crust that everyone loves. That being said, I’m all for taking shortcuts, especially when it means I don’t even have to turn on the oven! Love these little individual pies 😀

    • Shashi says:

      Tell me about it – I’ve been trying my hand at a decent gluten free one but I just haven’t been able to nail it. I just ordered “The How can it be gluten free cookbook vol 2” and cannot wait to try one of their crusts!

  20. harrietemilys says:

    I love these cute little individual pies Shashi! They are adorable! They each look so perfect! The fruit combination sounds so delicious too – apples, pears and plums are the best, especially during Autumn!! 🙂

  21. Mike says:

    Believe it or not I use GPS every now and then when I walk in NYC – it’s so easy to get lost. When I’m in a hood I don’t know really well, I turn on the GPS and voila’ problem solved.
    But I’m sure I would not need a GPS to find these awesmazing pies. They look so delicious I’m sure I would find ’em even blindfolded

    • Shashi says:

      Hahaha – Mike that’s what we did when we were walking through Chelsea and Lower East this past summer – just like a donkey with a carrot leading the way, my daughter and I were glued to the maps on our phones! 🙂

  22. Through Her Looking Glass says:

    Not to toot my own horn either Shashi, but I share that navigation talent with you! Ha.Thank God for the invention of the GPS. Helps keep me on course. (har har.) These little pies look delightful, easy and delicious! I love little minis like this. xo

    • Shashi says:

      Haha! Yes!!!! I am so glad I’m not alone! Once when my daughter and I were driving from San Fran to LA – she was messing with our GPS and it got frazzled and decided it needed to take a break and we managed to get so lost in the 30 minutes or so it was out! Craycray eh? 🙂

  23. I feel like I have no sense of direction sometimes so I totally understand what you’re saying. I get lost almost on a daily basis driving around Houston, even with my GPS! Anyway, these pies are such a great idea. I love the little pie shells – the entire dessert is healthy, easy and fun to eat. Thanks for the idea!

    • Shashi says:

      Haha! Oh Joanie – I totally understand – sometimes I just don’t agree with mine – especially when I miss a turn and it keeps telling me to make a uturn – I mean there’s got to be another way than making a uturn -right??? 🙂
      Thanks so much BTW.

  24. spicedblog says:

    Haha! Your dentist sounds like a real character. But I totally remember Atlanta. You can’t get around that place without a GPS…and even then, it’s confusing! But you know what, sometimes getting lost leads to brand new adventures that you never would have discovered otherwise. Just sayin’. I’m also just sayin’ that this mini-pies look amazing! I could gobble down one (or two or three) of those bad boys right about now! 🙂

    • Shashi says:

      Yup, my dentist is definitely a character – he makes each visit quite an interesting experience – I don’t recall Lil Shashi ever wanting to miss a dental appt! 🙂 And yup – getting lost can be quite the adventure – however there was this one time I got so lost, I got Lil Shashi to a bday party 2 hours later and the party was over! #momfail

  25. So simple. We could whip these up in no time!
    Oh no! I can’t say I’m great with navigation either. Thankful for new gadgets to help in those areas!

  26. dishofdailylife says:

    I love that these yummy treats are no bake!! They look delicious! And I am queen of getting lost…the GPS was the best invention ever for me!

  27. How cool! I have always been a fan of mini individual pies. These look fantastic, Shashi.