I found this very cute idea on Not Martha. It is a great blog and it has a very thorough tutorial on this. You will need All Ready pie crust, pie filling, and small Ball jars. One package of crust and one can of pie filling made 6 pies.
These short, wide-mouth jars were my favorites.
Press pie crust into the jar.
Fill 3/4 full with desired filling. (This is more than 3/4 full and I don't recommend it)
Cover with more pie crust and seal edges. Do cut-outs if desired. You can put the tops on the jars and freeze them at this point if you want to. You can then give it as a little gift for the recipient to bake themselves.
I also tried it in ceramic heart baking dishes.
You can brush the tops with beaten egg if you want to in order to give them more of a golden crust. Bake at 350° for 30-40 minutes, or until the crust is golden on top and inside.
I served them warm with Breyer's vanilla ice cream.
If you place the tops on them while they are hot from the oven, they will seal and keep for several months unrefrigerated. How cool is that??