Saturday, August 21, 2010

Easy as Pie.

Actually, even easier.



Large flaky biscuits
Canned pie filling
sugar
whipped cream or ice cream

Seperate the raw biscuits horizontally. Sprinkle the bottom of a muffin tin with sugar and then put half of the biscuit in pushing it down to form a little cup shape.

Put the other half on wax paper and run a pizza cutter (or knife) through it to cut it into strips.

Weave the strips together like you would for a pie top.

Fill the biscuit cup almost to the top with pie filling. We like cherry.

Carefully put the woven strips on top. Sprinkle with more sugar.
Bake until golden brown.

Let them sit a few minutes before moving them to let the filling firm up. Otherwise it'll be too runny.

Serve with whipped cream or ice cream!
Yum.

Little cupcake pies. Perfection.




You're welcome.

20 comments:

Wendy said...

You have way too much patience if you're taking the time to make it look so pretty. FOOD! NOW!

Maybeads said...

Thank you for sharing - yes, those are perfection!

Beth said...

Looks so yummy! I can't wait to try this. Thanks!

The Perfect Trio said...

are those the little red and white plates from WM?? i knew i should have snagged a bunch of those when they were on clearnace! now, i'm jealous. i want those plates!!!!!

and that recipe looks so yummy! i think i need to try it with apple pie filling!

LeAnna said...

Oh my gracious, get thee behind me. ;) Those look too yummy!

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Yes, the floral plate was from WalMart. :) They only had two left, and I grabbed them. But I wish I could've had more!

Country Dreaming said...

Well, aren't those too cute!!

I'll have one please. :)


Melinda

Rebecca Ramsey said...

How yummy--and pretty, too!
I'm so going to try this. Thank you, Beki!

Cranberry Morning said...

How pretty is that!! And looks pretty yummy too. :-)

Thanks for visiting Cranberry Morning. :-)

Heather at Blessed Little Nest said...

um, i'd leave a comment but i have to run to the grocery store so i can make that right this very minute.

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

Ohh... I so want to try this! :) Do you bake at 350 degrees? Around 20 minutes?

carissa @ lowercase letters said...

oh for heaven's sake... may the good Lord bless you for sharing this tastiness with us! yumm! thanks a ton!

Kelly said...

yumm!

Rebekah said...

aw, these are so cute :)

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

What an adorable dessert! Almost too cute to eat (ALMOST). :)

Shorty said...

Those look amazingly delicious! So pretty!

Susan S. said...

Wow....those look like something from a fancy bakery. YOU ROCK! I'm going to try those...gotta run to the grocery store NOW!

HeathahLee said...

Um...one word. YUM!!!!

sharin said...

Yep, I'm with everyone else...they look absolutely scrumptious! So, flaky biscuits just went on the shopping list.
These look good enough for company. I'm going to book mark this entry into my Recipes. Thanks! (ps- I love how you said, "You're welcome" already. You knew this was a good one! ;o))

Melanie @ The Tiny Tudor said...

Those are just so adorable! I am not a baker at all, but I think I will have to try these.