I was waiting in line at Hobby Lobby when I saw a cookbook for Pie Pops. I ended up staying at Hobby Lobby for an extra 45 minutes just reading through and looking at all the delicious recipes.
I stumbled across one that included frosting and just knew I had to try it. These didn’t even have time to cool before they were all gone, definitely going to be making them again soon.
They were so easy to make and full of delicious flavor. It’s like I was eating pie, but better and more cute.
These are great for presentation, or just a fun dessert to try, that your family is sure to love.
what other filling could we put in these pops?
The thing I love about this recipe, is how versatile it is. You can add any of your favorite jam or pie fillings for this recipe.
We usually do jam or a preserve, because it’s a little thinner, and spreads on a little better.
However, you could mix it up a bit, and add a pie filling, as desired. Here are a few ideas:
- Strawberry jam or preserves
- Grape jelly or preserves
- Peach preserves
- Apple pie filling
- Cherry pie filling, preserves or jam.
- Apricot jam or preserves
- Blackberry jam or preserves
Really you could add any of your favorite jams, preserves, or pie filling. Again, a thin mixture without any chunks or pieces would probably be easier to fill them with, but either would work.
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Frosted Pie Pops Recipe
- 1 box refrigerated pie crust 2 crusts
- 12 teaspoons raspberry jam or preserves
- 12 wooden skewers / lollipop sticks
- 1 cup frosting
- food coloring
- Heat oven to 400°F. Line cookie sheet with cooking parchment paper.
- Onto sheet of cooking parchment paper, unroll 1 pie crust. Using pizza cutter, cut crust to make 1 large square. Cut square into six smaller squares. Repeat with both pie crusts (recipe makes about 12 pie pops).
- To make each pie pop, place 1 teaspoon jam on half of the pie crust squares. Place 1 lollipop stick or wooden skewer halfway onto rectangle. Place second pie-crust rectangle over jam. Use a fork to seal the edges of the two pie crusts together. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until edges are golden brown.
- You can use store bought, or homemade frosting. In small microwavable bowl, microwave frosting on High about 20 seconds or just until frosting is melted and can be stirred smooth. Add food coloring to frosting after microwaving it. Transfer pie pops from cookie sheet to cooling rack and spread melted frosting over hot pie pops. Add sprinkles and let them cool completely, about 20 minutes, before serving.
- Cookie Sheet
- parchment paper
- Microwave Safe Bowl
Recipe Adapted From: Key Ingredient
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