7.03.2010

Pink Saturday and some Pie!


Easy Cherry Pie

Ingredients

2 packages Pillsbury Pie Crust
3 cup(s) canned, drained tart cherries
1 cup(s) fresh raspberries
1 1/4 cup(s) sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup(s) cornstarch
1/8 tsp salt
5 tsp cold butter divided


Directions

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Cut eight 6-inch circles from the two packages of     Pillsbury Pie Crusts.  Fit five 4 1/2-inch mini pie pans with 5 dough rounds.  Cut 2 1/4-inch stars from center of remaining 3 dough rounds; set aside.

2.  Combine cherries with raspberries; then stir in sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, cornstarch and salt.

3.  Pour filling into prepared pie pans; dot each pie with 1 tsp cold butter.  Cover 3 pies with reserved dough circles, crimp edges.  Top 2 remaining pies with star cutouts.  Bake pies until filling is bubbling, 35 to 40 minutes.



Have a wonderful 4th of July!

Enjoy,
Sharon


Participating in a patriotic Pink Saturday with Beverly and my Pink friends at How Sweet the Sound

16 comments:

  1. The pie looks yummy! What a great recipe!
    Happy Pink Saturday!

    Jane
    Flora Doora

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  2. oh i like! i never thought to cut out shapes in the middle of the pie crust. <--- i'm a little slow on the uptake.

    have a great 4th!

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  3. Yum. I think those pies call for a little homemade ice cream.

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  4. ... and a Happy 4th to you, also. You put me to shame with your baking. I
    cooked an baked so much when the children were little, that the kitche is my last favorite place. (Except when I am hungry !)

    I hope your day and weekend is a good one for you.

    Connie

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  5. That looks great!

    Thanks for stopping by to say hi. I appreciate it.

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  6. These look delicious! Love the star cut outs and the mini pie version! Great Job and Happy Belated Pink Saturday:)

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    mant others to browse thru. It's a virtual Flea Market and runs the full week. Lasy Month there were over 70 vendors! Hope you can stop by.

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  8. Hi Sharon, my those pies look yummy and not to hard to make..will save that recipe for sure.

    Thanks for stopping by, and hope you had a great 4th!

    Barb

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  9. Sharon ~ This looks dee-lish! I'm gonna give this a try ... TY for sharing ... & TY for popping over for a visit.

    Hope your Independence Day celebration was wonderful.

    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  10. I am sooo late for everything. I even dont have time to comment for the pink saturday. Its just way to hot here so that you just want to spend the time in the water.

    So happy be-lated Pink Saturday for you too :D

    Hugs, Svenja (can not move..its so hot)

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  11. Yummy looking Pies!!!! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  12. Yay..fabulous..beautiful post! Gorgeous little beauties! Happy Pink s!!
    have agorgeous day..thanks for stopping by!
    Kiki~

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  13. I have my Pinkette granddaughters this upcoming weekend - we will be making your mini pies!
    Thanks for visiting my blog! I will certainly be watching yours!

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  14. MMMMmmmmm I love cherry pie! Thanks for visiting! I will definitely be back. Give adorable Max a pet for me. I'm a sucker for dogs!
    Niki

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  15. YUM! They are awfully pretty too! Stay cool, my friend.....pat

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  16. I've been so hungry for raspberry pie, but this looks really good. I just might make one this weekend. Thanks.

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~ Sharon ~