Valentine’s Day Pie Pops

January 25, 2016

I’m so excited to share this easy and delicious recipe with you today!  If you’re looking for a Valentine’s Day Easy Recipe idea that will impress your family – here it is!  These Valentine’s Day Pie Pops are not only adorable and delicious but you will be so surprised by just how easy they are to make! You can even get the kids involved in the fun and have them help!

Delicious Valentine's Day Cherry Pie Pops that are simple to make!What you Need to Make Valentine’s Day Pie Pops

Supplies:
– Flour
– 1 box Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts
– ½ cup cherry pie filling, either store bought or homemade
– Lollipop sticks
– 1 egg beaten
– Sugar

Delicious Valentine's Day Cherry Pie Pops that are simple to make!

Directions for making Pie Pops:

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray cookie sheets with cookie spray or lay down silicone baking mats.

Spread flower on your work surface and unroll the pie crusts onto the flower. Using your chosen cookie cutter, cut your shapes out of the crust. You can also roll up leftover crust and re roll it out to make additional dough for cutting shapes.

To make your Valentine’s Day Pie Pop, press the lollipop stick into the bottom layer of crust. Then, top each crust with about ½ tablespoon of pie filling and cover with the top layer of crust.

Using a fork or extra lollipop stick, press the edges of the two crusts together to seal the Valentine’s Day Pie Pop together. Brush the tops of your Valentine’s Day Pie Pops with beaten egg and sprinkle sugar on top.

Bake for 15 minutes or until Valentine’s Day Pie Pops are golden brown. Remove Valentine’s Day Pie Pops from the cookie sheet and let them cool completely on cooling racks.

Delicious Valentine's Day Cherry Pie Pops that are simple to make!

Valentine's Day Pie Pops
 
Ingredients
  • – Flour
  • – 1 box Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts
  • – ½ cup cherry pie filling, either store bought or homemade
  • – Lollipop sticks
  • – 1 egg beaten
  • – Sugar
Instructions
  1. Directions:
  2. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray cookie sheets with cookie spray or lay down silicone baking mats.
  3. Spread flower on your work surface and unroll the pie crusts onto the flower. Using your chosen cookie cutter, cut your shapes out of the crust. You can also roll up leftover crust and re roll it out to make additional dough for cutting shapes.
  4. To make your Valentine's Day Pie Pop, press the lollipop stick into the bottom layer of crust. Then, top each crust with about ½ tablespoon of pie filling and cover with the top layer of crust.
  5. Using a fork or extra lollipop stick, press the edges of the two crusts together to seal the Valentine's Day Pie Pop together. Brush the tops of your Valentine's Day Pie Pops with beaten egg and sprinkle sugar on top.
  6. Bake for 15 minutes or until Valentine's Day Pie Pops are golden brown. Remove Valentine's Day Pie Pops from the cookie sheet and let them cool completely on cooling racks.

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    Comments

  • Addi Ganley


    These turned out so cute and what a different idea for Valentine’s day!

    We were trying to think of something different to give to some neighbors for Valentine’s Day and these would be perfect and so unexpected.

    Thank you for the idea and the post 🙂
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  • Laura ~ RYG


    It just doesn’t get any easier or cuter than this! Going to make a few of these to send in with my husband to work. Used Pillsbury crusts in the past to make a few cherry tarts, sent them to work and my husband got high five’s all around. They thought I was like a chef! This is laughable even in the best scenario since baking is an issue for me.

    But…..I have finally (thanks UTUBE) learned how to make my own pie crust. I actually watched over 2 hours of video’s to learn and it worked! Ha.
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