Monday, October 8, 2012

Pie Pops 2 ways- sweet and savory

Pie pops are so cute, easy, and versatile, but sweet AND savory? Oh yes!

Today we are making gooseberry pie pops and chicken pot pie pops.

Supplies needed:
frozen packaged pie dough
popsicle sticks
pie filling- use your own recipe- or a canned version

Cut pie dough into circles- I used a baby bottle with a wide mouth, but use whatever you have. Place a small amount of filling in the center of a dough circle. lay a popsicle stick in the center, and top with another disk of dough. Crimp the edges using a fork. Brush tops with egg wash. Sprinkle the sweet version with cinnamon sugar. Bake on an ungreased cookie sheet in a 350 degree oven until golden brown.

Not much filling fits, so use filling sparingly.
Use leftover filling to make small pies and stick in your freezer for a later time.

How great would these be as an appetizer for the holidays? Personally I know the Hubbs isn't a big sweets person, but chicken pot pie is a different story, so he is all about this creation!

Linking with: tutorial Tuesday, show me what ya got, handmade Tuesdays, Terrific Tuesdays, and Tuesday To-Do

Hope you try this and love it!

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  1. What a unique idea! I've never seen anything like this before. Thanks for sharing. Found you via Adventures of a DIY Mom.

  2. Love the savory pie idea! I had not thought of that! That would be so cute at a party! I might have to use your idea. I really want to try pumpkin pie pops sometime this fall.

  3. What a great idea! Very fun for the finicky eater. Thanks for sharing this with the TALU!

  4. Looks yummy! And fun to eat. Thanks for the idea!

  5. Great idea! I would never think of something like this. Very creative!