Cherry Pie Heart Pops
Move over chocolate, there’s a new Valentine’s day treat in town! This year, let’s try these cherry pie heart pops instead. With just a few simple ingredients, a cookie cutter and some sucker sticks, you can whip up a batch of these bad boys yourself.
Don’t get me wrong. Anytime is a great time for pie! Using the heart shaped cookie cutters makes them perfect for Valentine’s day, but you could do this for any occasion or holiday. Pumpkin shapes would be cute for Halloween. Plus, the using the cookie cutter makes these cute little cherry pie heart pops the perfect portion size. You could even ditch the stick and make them more like “pop tarts”.
However you decide to make these delicious little cherry pie heart pops, have fun with them and make them your own!
- 1 Box of Refrigerated Pie Crusts
- 1 Can Cherry Pie Filling
- Pink Sugar & White Sugar
- 1 Egg
- Sucker Sticks
- Heart Cookie Cutters
* Two Pie Crusts makes 12 Pops
What you do:
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Take out pie crust and unroll onto parchment paper.
With a large heart cookie cutter, cut out hearts. Lay the pieces on a parchment lined cookie sheet.
Add about a Tablespoon of pie filling in the center of each heart. (Not too much or it will spill out). Place sucker stick on.
Lay another heart on top and press around the edges with a fork to seal together.
OPTIONAL: Take a smaller heart cookie cutter and cut out a few hearts to place on top of the large hearts.
Now, mix the egg in a bowl. Brush the outside of the heart with the egg mixture until completely covered.
Sprinkle with pink and white Sugar.
Place in oven for 15-18 minutes or until edges are golden brown.
Ready to serve and enjoy!
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