Heart Shaped Pie Pops
Happy Valentine’s Day friends! I’ve got one more sweet treat to show you, and I’ve saved the best for last. These little heart-shaped pie pops are adorable and perfect for your girlfriends or your kids, and best of all you put these together really quick!
For these pie pops, I just used pre-made pie crust, but you can always use your own favorite recipe. I love this no fail butter piecrust recipe you can find here. I used a heart-shaped cookie cutter and cut out 16 heart shapes from my pie dough. For the filling, I used my favorite easy go-to strawberry pie filling from Lucky Leaf. After putting the pie pop s together, I used a fork to press the dough together, then brushed them with butter before baking.
This batch of pie pops is headed to the ladies at my husband’s office this morning. Hopefully it will brighten their day!
Here’s some more great Valentine’s Day recipes from some of my best blogging buddies who also created some beautiful treats with Lucky Leaf pie fillings.
Paula’s Raspberry Chocolate Napoleons
Heart Shaped Pie Pops
Yield: 10 Pie Pops
For the pie pops:
2 9-inch piecrusts (homemade or pre-made)
10 teaspoons strawberry Lucky Leaf pie filling and topping from a 21 oz can
10 lollipop sticks
2 tablespoons melted butter
For the red cookie icing:
1 cup powdered sugar
2 teaspoons milk
2 teaspoons light corn syrup
1/4 teaspoon vanilla
several drops red food coloring
Heat oven to 425°. Cut pie dough into heart shapes and place half of them on a parchemnt peper lined cookie sheet. Place lollipop sticks in the middle of the cookie. Spoon 1 teaspoon pie filing in the middle of each heart.
Using a fork, press the edge off the dough together. Brush pie pops with melted butter and bake at 425° for 10 - 15 minutes or until golden brown.
AFter removing pie pops from oven, transfer to a cooling rack. Combine all ingredients for cookie icing and mix well. Place in a pastry bag or plastic storage bag and snip off the end or use a fine tip with a pastry bag. Decorate pie pops with red icing and allow to set before serving.
This post sponsored by Lucky Leaf. All opinions 100% mine.