I squeezed some inspiration for these cookies out of my Apple Pie Cookies ~those cookies took on a life of their own on the inter-webs and totally needed to be re-visited! This time they were visited by sweet Blueberries! Now, I’m not sure which of my 2 Cookie children love more..lol!
What I’ve discovered about these Pie Cookies, is that you can treat them JUST like regular Pie! Freeze them, wrap them, bake them as many times as you’d like to “freshen them up”, top them with Ice Cream, OR keep them on the counter for DAYS~ They’re bullet proof!
*The perfect adorable gift for the Holidays…you can even pack these babies up and ship them anywhere you ‘d like them to go~
What you’ll need for 7-3″ cookies: ~feel free to simply double/triple the recipe for more cookies, or use a smaller sized cookie cutter..I just prefer the larger “Pie” look!
1 box of refrigerated Pie Crust..(I used the Pillsbury 2 pack)
3/4 cup Blueberry (or any flavor) Pie Filling
1 cup of sparkle/decorative Sugar…the pretty stuff! Regular is just fine too!
1 egg for egg wash..(1 egg, well beaten with a splash of water)
A dusting of flour to slightly roll out the dough to make them even with each other…
a 3″ round cookie cutter
Unroll both crusts and spread one of them with the Pie Filling…
Now…cut the other crust into 18 even strips, this will be the lattice…
Place 9 of the strips onto the Pie Filling and peel back every other strip~ add the other 9 strips one at a time..weaving as you go, to form a lattice top…
Brush the lattice topped crust with some egg wash…
And a generous sprinkling of Sugar…
Cut them out with your cookie cutter~ any cutter you’d like will work. I like the 3″ round for a substantial pie-like cookie…
Using a spatula to transfer them, place them gently onto a sheet pan (I DIDN’T GREASE MY PAN) ~Bake them at 350 degrees for approx, 12 minutes. You just want them golden so keep an eye on them…
Let them cool and take a moment to enjoy their beauty and say “Ahhh~Wowww~Oooo~!
Now you can serve them up…
That means sharing and letting some go…
Maybe grab a few for yourself first…
There ya go! ~Enjoy! 🙂
Looks great gonna make these
Do you think you can sort of wad up the left overs and bake them too?
YES!! Baked Wads are AWESOME! LOL! 🙂
Can you post the recipe in recipe format?
Will make them for you aunt and cousins on Xmas..thanks, HAPPY holidays,
Awww yay! 🙂
These look perfect for Christmas cookies! I might make some apple ones 🙂
I am going to make these for Christmas. thinking of putting some sweetened cream cheese on before the pie filling. can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Looks very good. I wonder if you could use Blueberry jam or preserves instead of the pie filling?
I’m wondering the exact same thing! I hope so! I’m going to try it and see how it comes out.
your pie filling color is different then mine. did you mix it with something else? i think i used more of the sauce included then i should have.
The can I used was “blueberries and cream” flavor. 🙂
Could u possibly make these with that sweet potato pie filling?
Just wondering!!! I’m defiantly going to make these blueberry ones looks soo good
Sure..yum! The possibilities are endless! 🙂
Just wanted to thank you for sharing this simple and delicious recipe! I made these last night using a sweetened cream cheese and cherry pie filling and they turned out wonderfully! I’ll be trying them using blueberry tonight! Thanks again!
I bet a layer of cream cheese would be so good with this… thoughts? It would be similar to the cranberry spiral thing, right?
What is in the bowl in the pics behind the cookies? It looks like some sort of yummy blueberry dip.
That’s some of the extra “Blueberries & Cream’ Pie Filling! 🙂
These look great I want to try them but I have some questions. The egg wash: is it just one egg well beaten? Also I see flour on your counter top and on the pie crust. Is that an important step that we need to do?
Yes..one egg with a splash of water and beaten…also just a dusting of bench flour to help roll out the crusts to even them up with each other~ Hope you love them! 🙂
Is 350 the correct temperature? Mine took at least 20 minutes to cook at that temp. Wondering if it should be 450.
Can you make your own dough? If so what recipe of dough do you recommend?
This might be a weird question, but do these end up soft like pie crust or are they crispy? I’d prefer the former, so would like to know before I try to make them! 🙂
I baked them for 15 minutes them belted broiled them on low for an additional 2 minutes to get the tops golden brown. ?
THESE. LOOK. AMAZING!! I’m definitely making these in the near future. I might have to try a few different pie fillings, as well…