Monday, January 30, 2012

Conversation Pie Pops!


I remembered seeing some Pie Pops awhile back from Luxirare and we thought it would be cute to make Cherry Heart Pie Pops for Valentine's Day using the same method as her round pops. It's very simple to do!

You will need Pillsbury pie crust, cherry pie filling, lollipop sticks, 1 egg white, pink sugar, and, red or pink decorating frosting.

We first rolled out our pie crust and cut out hearts with a heart cookie cutter...


We got 13 hearts from 1 pie crust....so you would have 13 pops if you used 2 pie crusts. You could get more heart pops if you used a smaller cutter. We placed 6 of the heart cut outs on a lightly sprayed cookie sheet. Press the lollipop stick in the middle. We took the easy way out and just used premade cherry pie filling. Spoon on just a small amount in the middle like this...


Make sure not to use too much juice...just a couple of cherries and a small amount of the juice. Lay the other heart cut outs on top and press the edges with the end of a lollipop stick to seal the edges like this...


Brush the tops with egg white and sprinkle with pink or red sugar. Bake at 375 for about 10 minutes or until lightly golden like this...


We decided to write Sweetie Pie and Cutie Pie on our hearts to make them look like the Conversation Candy Hearts. You could also spray them with edible color spray to make the colors stand out more. My boys gave these fun Pie Pops to their little girlfriends and they loved them!


I had the best time making these with my youngest 1 year old. We had so much fun and he was so excited to see his finished pop! I even let him eat a little bit of the crust. He was so excited!!


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27 comments:

  1. I just made little heart shaped cherry pies a few days ago! But I didn't think to put them on sticks or write on them...cute idea! :0)

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  2. Great idea! It looks so simple. I will have to give it a try.

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  3. Adorable!!! Can you come over here and make them for me :)

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  4. Yum, I want one! So cute! I would love it if you would link up to my Valentines Party @ www.cheapcraftymama.com!

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  5. What a cute idea!!! You little one look so happy and proud of himself...love it!!!

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  6. Fabulous! I think I'll use my strawberry rhubarb filling. YUM!

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  7. Oh. My. Yummy Cuteness!!! Just discovered your blog via Pinterest....so glad I found it! Happy February to you!

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  8. These look wonderful! I'd LOVE for you to pop over and link this up in my new Valentine Linky!!! http://southernmomcooks.com/holiday-recipe-link-up-valentines-day/

    Have a great day! Kelli

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  9. Those look yummy and really cute!
    I am hosting a Valentine's project link party until 2/14. I would love it if you came and linked these up!

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  10. these are so darling I hope you'll add this and any of your other posts to my What We Wore and Made party over at http://raegunwear.blogspot.com/search/label/WWWMW

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  11. Love them! Thanks so much for linking up at my valentine's linky! I pinned, tweeted, and stumbled your post. Hope it helps!

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  12. These are so cute and look delicious! I hope you will link them up to my I Heart Projects Linky Party.
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/01/i-heart-projects-linky-party.html

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  13. I found you on Tip Junkie. Would you please share this with my readers for our Fun Stuff Fridays Valentine's Linky Party? I think it would be a great fit. http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/14-days-of-valentines-fun-stuff-fridays.html

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  14. These are super cute!!! I'm going to make them for my Valentine's Day photo shoot! You'll have to follow my blog if you'd like and check them out. I'm your newest follower too!

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  15. OMG...these are so cute! Gives me a good idea for my daughter's lunch. I host a weekly meme called Thematic Thursday. Each week has a theme and this would be perfect for this week's Valentine's theme.

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  16. Thanks for sharing this at my Valentines Party! I'm featuring it tomorrow in my "Top 10 Valentines Treats" post! Feel free to stop by and grab a "featured" button!

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  17. Just too cute! I love this idea! Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday!

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  18. Hey! How would you go abouts making apple pie filing for these little treats?? :) Thanks! Great post.

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  19. I would just get any apple pie filling recipe and use that or you could even just go with pre made canned or jarred in the grocery store. The link I added at the top might have a apple filling recipe as well.

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  20. I love these pops! I would love to have this link on my site. www.kidsplayandcreate.com. You can make them so many ways with so many different cookie cutter shapes. Such a great idea!

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  21. These are adorable! Chocolate would b good too!!

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  22. My husband and I were married on Valentine's Day last year and I was trying to come up with ideas for our anniversary. These conversational heart pie pops are the perfect treat for our special occasion. Thank you so much for the idea.

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  23. Congrats on PIllsbury sharing your adorable pie pops!! These are SoOo sweet!

    Have a fabulous weekend, Jill! :*)
    Brenda @ChattingOverChocolate.blogspot.com

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