Miniature Cherry Pies


My children made these miniature cherry pies, and don’t they look just fabulous? They tasted delicious, and they were easy for my children to make. They are perfect for a tea party, a delicious dessert, or a snack for any time of day.

You need a muffin tin, pie crust dough, and a can of cherry pie filling. It’s really that simple. Roll out the pie crust dough on a floured counter with a rolling pin. Then use a circular shape to cut out crusts for each muffin tin.

Place the pie crusts into each slot in the muffin tin. You can press it in to go up the sides higher, so that the cherry pie filling doesn’t spill over too much.

Spoon the cherry pie filling into each slot in the muffin tin.

With the left-over pie crust, cut strips, and place them like a tic-tac-toe on the top of each miniature cherry pie.

Bake in the oven at 425 degrees for 30 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm. Enjoy your miniature cherry pies with your children!

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6 Responses to “Miniature Cherry Pies”

  1. Ooooh, these look so delightful. I can see how they would be fun to make too!

    Wishing you a lovely day.

  2. Ticia says:

    My husband would love these.

  3. Hwee says:

    The pies look amazing! What a great job your children have done with them. They’ll be popular around here!

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