Don't Cut Corners With Square Pie Canapies

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Don't Cut Corners With Square Pie Canapies

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Square Pie.

Square Pie generously sponsored our 10th birthday celebration this year — we can vouch for Canapies being delicious.

And so that was Christmas. But just because the festivities are over, it doesn’t mean the feasting has to be. As thoughts turn to resolutions, make a commitment to enjoying all of life's little pleasures. And that might as well start with pies.

The ingeniously named Canapie is brought to us by Square Pie — London’s original gourmet pie company, which started out on a stall in Spitalfields market back in 2001. The company has cut size — but not corners — with the introduction of the UK’s first three-bite mini pie.

These small-scale treats are crafted by the Square Pie chefs using high quality natural ingredients, meat sourced from high-welfare British and Irish farms, and absolutely no artificial additives or hydrogenated fats.

It’s restaurant-quality food in miniature, and they’re ideal for sharing — whether you're throwing a party or just catching up on those box sets you got for Christmas. As they can be cooked from frozen, they're also pretty handy as a quick tea for the kids.

Canapies come in four flavours: Steak & Ale, Chicken & Mushroom, BBQ Bourbon Beef, and Spinach, Sweet Potato & Goat’s Cheese. If you're not near a Square Pie shop you can now get your hands on them from Ocado and selected Tesco stores, and due to their size you'll make your hands look really big in the process.

Why settle for a soggy vol-au-vent or frozen prawn ring, when you can have a #piemoment? Canapies cost £3.79 for four 60g pies, or £16.50 for 20 60g pies. Find out more at

Last Updated 28 December 2014