Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Apple Pie Pops

Nothing says 4th of July like Apple Pie - or in this case Apple Pie Pops!

4th of July and apple pie!  Yet this is no ordinary apple pie.  These are Apple Pie Pops.  They are a fun, quick and easy treat to make.  I love the way they turned out.  They are delicious and are sturdy on the stick.  Now we have a perfect way to conveniently eat pie while watching fire works this year.

(makes 10-12 pies)

1 pie crust (you can find my favorite pie crust recipe here)
2 apples- pealed, and diced
1/4 cup sugar
1 Tablespoon flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
(1 egg yolk and 1 tsp milk for wash)


Place all of the above ingredients (except for the egg yolk and milk) in a microwave safe bowl.  Cook for 2 minutes on high.  Stir, then cook one minute longer, or until apples are soft.  

Roll out the pie crust about 1/8" thick.  Cut with cookie cutters.  Put approximately 1 tsp of filling in the center of each star (or whatever shape you choose).

Place a second star on top of the first with the filling.  Press the edges closed with a fork.

Now place the mini pies on a baking sheet.  Turn the pies upside down and press the edges again on this side with the end of a wooden skewer.  Then take a wooden skewer and stick it into each pie.  With your fingers press the raw pie crust around the skewer.    Then cut three little slits with a sharp knife in the center of the pies.

Mix the egg yolk and 1 tsp of milk and make a wash.  Brush the mixture over the pies and bake the pies  at 350 for 15-20 minutes, or until lightly browned.

Let cool for  15 minutes to allow the skewers to become secure in the pies.

Enjoy and have a happy 4th of July!!!

New to Redfly?  Many more great ideas to come!


  1. The link to the pie crust doesn't appear to be there. I'm not a fan of cake pops but these pops look delicious!!

    1. Oh you're right! So sorry about that. The link is now fixed. Thank you so much for bringing that to my attention. Enjoy the pops. If you make them, let me know what you think.

  2. Pie Pops - so cute! What a great way to enjoy apple pie :)

  3. Oh Melissa, I love these star-shaped apple pie pops! Super creative and undoubtedly delicious -- a perfect 4th of July treat! Your instructions & photos are also very clear and helpful (:

  4. Oh how cute!!! I love the little pie pops, the stars look adorable! And delicious, too! :)

  5. These are the BEST; love them! How creative and yummy all at the same time! I'm pinning now to my food board; thanks for sharing!

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  8. This is an amazing great blog of a recipe I love to try some new dishes just like this and the best thing is you shared the recipe with it. I have been to most of the sites they just show the half recipe of it but here I find the full recipe of every dish. Thanks for sharing the recipe for this amazing apple pie pop I will try it out.

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