Tuesday, May 5, 2020

T Stands for Blueberry Pie Cookies


My friend, the Grandmaster E, had posted a recipe for Blueberry Pie Cookies. The recipe sounded so good and easy I just had to bake them.

They were really easy. Just use canned pie filling, store bought pie crust, cut, and bake. I didn't bother weaving the crust to form the lattice pattern. I just laid the pie crust strips over. My crew wouldn't notice or care. I didn't have any sanding sugar so just used regular sugar. I also had to bake the cookies a lot longer than the recipe stated even though my cookie cutter was smaller. So if you decide to make them, keep an eye on your little pies. I also baked the cut scraps. Waste not. Want not.

They were delicious with a cup of tea.

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50 comments:

  1. These look good, great idea for lazy people like me. Happy T Day, Valerie

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    1. Perfect for when you company calls to say they are dropping over.

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  2. These look delicious. And great idea to use the pre-made pie crust dough. I'd forgotten about that stuff. (I've used it in the past.) Happy T-Day!

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    1. The premade crusts made the cookies appealing to bake. If I had to make pie crust, I probably wouldn't have made the cookies

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  3. They sounds good and easy. They would be perfect when you want fast pie and not a whole slice. or me, since the hubby won't eat blueberry pie but it is my favorite. Or one of them. Let's face it, anything pie like is great. Happy T day CJ.

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    1. You can use any pie filling. Make two batches blueberry for you and a batch with Hubbie's favorite pie filling. 😊

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  4. They look so cute and yummy!

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  5. Cute AND easy AND delicious! The perfect combination! :D

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    1. Indeed. If it's not quick, easy, and tastes good, I don't want to bother

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  6. I was cleaning a shelf in my cupboard the other day looking for relish, when I found a can of pie cherries. I may try the recipe using cherries instead of blueberries. I think I can make my own piecrust. Thanks for sharing the recipe, CJ. I am grateful and will copy it. I bet yours went well with your tea, too. Thanks for sharing this with us for T this Tuesday, dear friend.

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  7. Oh wow what a very fun idea for a little treat! when I would make pie crusts the left over dough was rolled out with butter and cinnamon sugar sometimes I would add some jam or raisins roll it up and slice and bake-we called them roll em ups haha My Grandma and Mom always made them Happy T hugs

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    1. I never thought of doing that. How fun and delicious!

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  8. Oh wow! They look heavenly! Blueberry is my favorite!!

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    1. I thought they would make a nice addition to a bridal or baby shower

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  9. Yum! So delicious with a cup of tea.

    All the best Jan

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  10. Oh these look so good, and are quite easy to make too so I must try them!! Maybe with another filling though if my hubby prefers. Thanks for sharing and happy T day!

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  11. Oh well done for your cookies! They look delicious.
    Happy T-Day,
    Hugs,
    Lisca

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  12. I love blueberry pie so these would be a real treat - yum 😉. Thanks for sharing how you made them and wishing you a very happy T Day! Hugs, Jo x

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    1. You’ll like them. Quick and easy if you use refrigerated pie crust

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  13. Those cookies looked yummy and sounded so easy to make, just right to have with a pot of tea.
    Happy T day wishes.
    Stay safe.
    Yvonne xx

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  14. A New Twist For Santa - Happy Cinco

    Cheers

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    1. With cherry filling very festive for Santa or an occasional elf

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  15. Those look delicious! and they sound like something I might could actually make. I'll add those ingredients to my next list and give it a try. Thanks! Happy T Tuesday!

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    1. They were easy, and a nice change of pace from the usual cookies like chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin

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  16. Your blueberry pies are looking good! They would be gone in one sitting if my crew got a hold of those. Sounds like the perfect accompaniment to a cuppa tea.
    Happy Tea Day,
    Kate

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    1. It didn't take us long to polish them off. 😺

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  17. How pretty ~ I bet that was a yummy treat! Happy T day ~

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  18. I never understood the lattice work. Why?

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    1. Because it's pretty, and you get to see the jewel tone of the blueberry or cherry filling

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  19. Lovely looking pies and the lattice looks lovely, I always find that a challenge but it does look good on a pie.
    Have a good weekend
    Jan x

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    1. I didn't do a traditional lattice. Too lazy. I just laid the first set of strips and then the second set on top, no weaving 😊

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  20. Pretty, easy and tasty...I am going to try these. I have a lot of rhubarb coming up and I like to make just a few of treats at a time, so this will work great and I can tell them CJ told me how to make them!

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  21. That's a great easy recipe, CJ. Thank you.

    I like your new background.

    Happy T-Day! Eileen xx

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  22. OOhh those blueberry pie cookies look Delicious CJ !! Would eat one now :) smile, because I´ve just drink a cup of green tea. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe with us, and Wish you spent a lovely T-day.
    Have a nice evening, stay safe and
    Big hugs,
    Caty

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    1. You would love the cookies. Just like eating a little pie. Take care!

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  23. Such a great idea! Thanks CJ!!! They look so yummy too!

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  24. Great idea! I think I have to bake again!! A very belated Happy T day! Chrisx

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