Sweetie Pies

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I’ve always loved using pie crust to make delicious treats and these are a favorite, for sure! A bit of jam, sandwiched between heart-shaped pie crusts, they’re as cute as they are delicious.

Sweetie Pies

Ingredients

  • 1 batch pie crust
  • raspberry jam (or any jam you love)

Directions

6a010534adb750970b0120a8079b5d970b-450wiTo begin, prepare your favorite pie crust. Roll it out in thin strips to cut with a heart cookie cutter.
6a010534adb750970b0128770ab3ac970c-450wiAdd a dollop of seedless raspberry jam to the center of each heart.
6a010534adb750970b0120a807a230970b-450wiMoisten the edge of the heart with water, all around, and cover with another heart cut-out.
6a010534adb750970b0128770ab933970c-450wiSoftly press top edge down onto bottom edge, forming a seal, and press sealed edges together with fork tines, all around.
6a010534adb750970b0128770abd60970c-450wiPrick center of each little pie with fork tines and place on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes, or until lightly browned.
6a010534adb750970b0128770abf58970c-450wiRemove from oven and cool on a wire rack. Dust with powdered sugar, if desired. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Sweetie Pies make the perfect little homemade Valentine treat.

Sources:

The Sweetie Pie tag was from my Valentine Tag Collection. (The line is now sold out).

The polka-dot food safe tissue paper is from The Container Store.

The tiny heart treat box is from Martha Stewart.

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