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Cherry Pie in a Jar

Cherry Pie in a Jar

Would you believe me if I told you two ingredients is all you need to pull these tasty little treats together? Well it’s true, TWO ingredients is all you need. Pie crust and pie filling. That’s it ; ) The hardest part will be waiting for them to bake up. We baked them up in perfect 4 ounce portions. Cherry Pie in a Jar

You knew a pie was coming didn’t you ; ) I mean we’ve already baked: MONKEY BREAD in a jar, PINK LEMONADE CUPCAKES in a jar, PEACH COBBLER in a jar, so it was only natural that a pie would be next. And I’m pretty sure we saved the best for last.

Not that I would turn down any of the above mentioned desserts in jars but there’s just something special about a warm bubbling cherry pie ; )

NOTE: Again I would like to mention that I have not tested any of my dessert in jars desserts for long term storage. My dessert in jar recipes are meant to be enjoyed immediately {which is fine by me because I’m not the most patient person in the world ; ) }

Cherry Pie in a Jar

What you’ll need: [makes 4 individual 4 ounce servings]
1 disc refrigerated pie crust
12 tablespoons cherry pie filling

What to do:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

2. Using the metal top from the mason jar as a cutter, cut out 4 rounds from pie disc. Set aside.

3. Use remainder of pie dough, to piece together and place inside of each jar to form outer crust. Making sure that there is enough over hang for you to crimp top with.

4. Fill each jar with approximately 3 tablespoons of cherry pie filling.

5. Using a small decorative cutter, cut out 2-3 pieces from dough tops. Secure dough top onto jar and crimp edges. Top with decorative dough cut outs.

6. Place jars into a deep sided baking dish that has been lined with a silpat {or other silicon mat}. Bake for approximately 30-35 minutes or until top is golden. CAREFULLY Remove from oven and allow jars to cool prior to serving.

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