White Chocolate-Lemon Pie Pops How-To

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Cheri Liefeld
Homemade gifts from the heart are sweet to give. These heart-shaped White Chocolate Lemon Pie Pops will make wedding shower guests feel extra special. The treats are a fun way to celebrate the bride and groom while saying thank you to guests.

Pie pops are so easy to make. With Pillsbury® Refrigerated Pie Crust, you can have them in the oven in less than 20 minutes. Plus, they can be made a day or two ahead and refrigerated until ready to serve.

Roll out a sheet of the pie crust dough. Cut out hearts with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. (With my 2 inch-long cutter, I cut out 16 circles from one pie crust.) I also cut mini hearts to decorate the top of each pie pop.

package of Pillsbury pie crusts. a pie crust with heart shapes cut into it.
Place a scant teaspoon of filling on half the hearts. Place another heart on top and gently press with your fingers to seal.

Use a fork to make a ruffle-like edge. Brush tops with an egg wash and sprinkle with sanding sugar. Sprinkle the mini hearts with a colored sugar and place one in the middle of each pop; bake

a heart-shaped pie crust cutout with a lollipop stick and lemon curd and white vanilla baking chips on it. a second heart-shaped pie crust cutout is placed on top of the filling and edges are pressed together. a fork is used to crimp the edges together.
When cool, wrap with a ribbon and create a personalized tag. white chocolate lemon pie pops baked and decorated with pink sugar
The possibilities for pie pop fillings are endless. Here are some ideas:
  • Raspberry jam and dark chocolate chips
  • Lemon curd and mascarpone cheese
  • Hazelnut spread
  • Chocolate chips, marshmallows and a sprinkle of graham cracker crumbs
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