Preheat the air fryer to 350°F. If your air fryer does not have a pre-heat function, that's ok - you may need to cook your pies for just a minute longer.
Set out pie crusts at room temperature for about 30 minutes prior to preparing hand pies. Unroll one crust at a time onto a parchment lined or lightly floured surface.
Use a biscuit cutter or round cutter to cut out 4-inch round circles of pie crust. I used a fluted biscuit cutter for a decorative touch. Repeat with the other crust for a total of 12 pie crust circles.
Place a large tablespoon of blueberry pie filling in the very center of half of the pie crust pieces.
Cut small slits in the center of the remaining pie crust pieces to allow the pies to vent.
Brush over the crust with water to help it stick to its other half.
Place a vented pie crust piece of the crust with blueberry filling, stretching it gently to line up with the edges of the crust.
Press around the edges to seal the crusts and then curl the edges in to help them remain sealed.
Place 4 hand pies (or however many fit with adequate space between) into the basket of the air fryer. Spray the tops with non-stick cooking spray.
Bake for 10 minutes or until the hand pies are flaky and golden brown.
While the pies are cooking, whisk together the glaze ingredients until smooth.
Place the cooked hand pies on a cooling rack and brush with the glaze while they are still warm.
Allow the glaze to set unti hand pies are dry to the touch.
You can use any pie filling that you'd like for these.
These can be baked, see my notes above on how to do that.
You can make you own homemade crust and pie filling if you'd like.