It's back to school and even though the weather doesn't
feel like Fall, I start wanting to bake.
wanted to try them ever since. Click to get her
complete instructions and see hers, which are much prettier
than mine. Everything Yvonne makes is beautiful.
I had the funniest experience as I made these cutie pies. I
was absolutely giddy while putting them together. I don't
think I have ever been that excited about baking something
before. I think it was because they were so darling.
You simply press pie dough into a small mason jar and fill
with pie filling, seal it with a top and bake.
Yvonne's Pie in a Jar
4 - 4 oz. mason jars
pie dough (She recommends Martha
Stewart's pie crust. I cheated and used
thawed Marie Callendar's frozen pie dough.)
2 C. fruit
2 T. sugar
2 T. flour
1 T. butter (I omitted this)
I also added a sprinkling of cinnamon in the
and 1 few drops of almond flavor in the
Press dough into clean mason jars. Add filling and
top with butter. Seal with a top crust. Cut vents.
Mix egg with a little water and brush tops with
egg mix to make sugar stick.
Sprinkle with dusting sugar.
Place on a baking sheet to catch drips. Bake at 375
for 40-45 minutes.
I made two kinds, strawberry rhubarb