Fall Favorites :: Wild Blackberry Pie Pops


Whenever we happen to stumble across wild blackberries we cannot help but gorge ourselves while packing out as much as we can haul to stock our fridge.  There is something about the wild berries of our area that just cannot be found in the produce section of the local stores.  They're just a tad bit sweeter with just a hint more bite.  They are such a treat and I enjoy nothing more than creating an array of treats using them as a main ingredient.  One of my fall favorites has to be using our organically cultivated morsels to create some of the most darling of treats.


Ingredients
Pie Crust
Blackberries
and/or Blackberry Jam
1 Egg
Lollipop Sticks
Cookie Cutter
Directions
1.  Preheat your oven to 375 degrees
2.  Spray a baking tray with a non stick cooking spray to allow easy removal
3.  Roll out your pie crust and cut out as many pieces as allotted by the size of your cookie cutter
4.  Place down your cut pie pieces alternating between sides of your tray to allow optimal space
5.  Take your jam mixture (I smash berries into a spoonful of jam for better consistency) and place a small spoonful into center of each pie crust piece
6.  Place a lollipop stick then another pie crust piece on top
7.  Using another lollipop stick press all edges together so pie pop is closed around jam
8.  Take your egg and blend it well.  Brush a light coat of egg mixture onto your pie pops
9.  Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the top crust is golden brown
10.  Allow to rest a few minutes then sprinkle with powered sugar


Enjoy!

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17 comments:

  1. Jessa! These are magical...I think I'm gonna make them soon! SO cute and whimsical :)

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    1. and delicious! I ate so many! Hope you enjoy them. They would be so much fun to make with little ones! xo

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  2. These are super cute and a great idea for fall. I can see me bringing these to some birthday parties.

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    1. Agreed! I was thinking flower shaped ones in bouquets? How cute would that be? xo

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    1. They are Eeka! I am sure the fam would just love making them together! xo

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  4. Pie pops? Love it! What a perfect fall idea!

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    1. We thought so! Hope you'll get a chance to try them! xo

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  5. Someone took a bite out of one of those pops! If I weren't in New Jersey I'd swear it was me since I'm known for taking bites of peoples cookies and leaving it there for fun. A sort of, "My germs!" attitude. Lol
    These look delish, Jessa. I'm so envious of all those free and fresh yummies in your area.

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    1. Well we will just have to add berry picking to the list of activities we must do when you finally make it to our little side of the country! We'll even let you be the official pie pop biter! haha xo

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  6. These look so yummy, I love linzer heart cookies, so I'm thinking of trying a variation, adapting your cookie pop technique.^^

    If you have a chance please stop by my blog and follow if you like it.^^

    http://lolitafatshion.blogspot.com/

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    1. Yum! Sounds amazing! I'll be sure to stop by and say hi! xo

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  7. Jessa, you took gorgeous pics! The pops look so yummy, I wonder if I can find some blackberries around here to try!

    x Angie || sundaybelle.com

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  8. This look delish, but also kind of too pretty to eat.

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  9. It is so cute and nice… thanks for sharing the recipe, it is ideal for a party..

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