CHERRY PIE BITES
I am working on my goal this year of getting lots of new recipes so I am coming across lots of good recipes. This is one of them. We like pies especially pie and ice cream, but we are only allowed to have a couple of them a year as we would be big as barns if we ate them as much as we would like to. I saw this recipe the other day and thought...oh my......little bitty cherry pies....I need to make these!!! Hubby likes cherry pie, but I am partial to peach. We both like apple so next time I think I will make these with apple.
What you will need:
1 21oz can Cherry Pie Filling
2 tubes crescent roll dough
1 cup powdered sugar
1-2 tbsp milk
How to make it:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray regular muffin tin with nonstick cookie spray. Unroll individual crescent roll dough pieces and lay them in individual tins. Put the widest bit of the dough in the bottom. You may have to do this in two batches if you only have the one muffin tin like I have.
Scoop pie filling into each crescent roll dough pieces. Be be generous with the pie filling as you want to get the nice cherry taste when you bite into them. It is okay if a little seeps out during baking. I put in a couple of spoonfuls.
Start folding the dough around the filling as best as you can. You should have three corners to pull in. The filling doesn't need to be completely covered.
Bake about 13-14 minutes. Make sure the rolls are cooked all the way as you do not want to bite into them and have some of the roll be doughy. They should have nice tan-brown tops.
Now for the frosting/glaze. In a bowl, whisk together powered sugar and milk until smooth and reaches desired consistency. I tend to like mine a little thick as it always runs down the sides of everything I bake.
With a spoon, drizzle over the warm bites.
And presto...........you have little cherry pie bites! They are really good I must say and could be eaten all the time if you let yourself so watch out! :)