Raspberry Pie Pops Recipe

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Who doesn’t love a recipe that only requires two ingredients, is fun and easy to make and tastes delicious?? That’s exactly what you get with this Raspberry Pie Pops Recipe. To make them, all you need is a prepared pie crust (we go with store bought for simplicity, but of course you can make your own from scratch if you’re up to the task) and raspberry preserves. We also love how cute they look when they are finished. The red coloring makes them perfect for Valentine’s day or truthfully for any celebration! If you’re having a party you can use a glass jar to hold the skewers and make a pretty Raspberry Pie Pops bouquet. The pops are also great for gift-giving. Wrap each one in a cellophane bag and then tie closed with a red ribbon around the wooden skewer.

 

Raspberry Pie Pops Recipe

 
Ingredients

1 prepared pie crust
¼ cup raspberry preserves
wooden skewers (not an ingredients, but required)
Raspberry Pie Pops Process 1

Raspberry Pie Pops Process 2

Directions

Soak the wooden skewers in water for at least 30 minutes.
Preheat oven to 375F
Roll out the pie dough and go over it with a rolling pin to ensure it’s flat
Spread on the preserves as evenly as possible, leaving a very small margin around the outer edges.
Carefully, roll up the dough being mindful not to squish or push the preserves out.
When it’s completely rolled, cut in one inch sections with a sharp knife, in a sawing action to prevent squishing.
Using your skewers, push the end of the skewer into the rolled section and stop just before the end of the skewer comes out the other end of the pop. A good idea is to insert the skewer where the dough ends on the pop to keep it from unravelling.
Bake in the oven for approximately 6 – 8 minutes, or until the pops are golden brown.
Remove and let cool completely before serving.

Raspberry Pie Pops Recipe

Raspberry Pie Pops Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 prepared pie crust
  • ¼ cup raspberry preserves
  • wooden skewers (not an ingredients, but required)

Instructions

  1. Soak the wooden skewers in water for at least 30 minutes.
  2. Preheat oven to 375F
  3. Roll out the pie dough and go over it with a rolling pin to ensure it’s flat
  4. Spread on the preserves as evenly as possible, leaving a very small margin around the outer edges.
  5. Carefully, roll up the dough being mindful not to squish or push the preserves out.
  6. When it’s completely rolled, cut in one inch sections with a sharp knife, in a sawing action to prevent squishing.
  7. Using your skewers, push the end of the skewer into the rolled section and stop just before the end of the skewer comes out the other end of the pop. A good idea is to insert the skewer where the dough ends on the pop to keep it from unravelling.
  8. Bake in the oven for approximately 6 – 8 minutes, or until the pops are golden brown.
  9. Remove and let cool completely before serving.
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Comments

  1. GillisHills@gmx.com' GillisHills says:

    These are so cute and unique. Thanks for sharing!

  2. This recipe couldn’t get any easier!! It sounds delicious and perfect for Valentines Day coming up!!

    Penn&Quill || Robin

  3. This looks like a delicious valentine’s day treat.

  4. That looks so good. My sister loves raspberry so this is right up her alley. I’ll have to make it for her.

  5. These are so pretty and I’ve not seen a recipe like this before. I really love raspberry so I’ll have to try these.

  6. I have heard of Cake pops, but not Pie Pops. I think these would be awesome for a tea party, so crafty!

  7. i love raspberry. this seems like a lot of work to me with planning ahead to soak skweres, but the kids would probably eat them better that way.

  8. These really look good, especially with spring coming up. I thank you so much for sharing this great recipe.

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