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Pie Pops
updated: Apr 17, 2014, 11:49 AM

By Edhat Subscriber

I'm looking for a local bakery that makes pie pops. They are similar to cake pops but made with pie. It's a relatively new idea and I'm a horrible baker but I'd like to buy some for an office party. I attached a photo of what some of them look like. Thanks edhatters!

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 COMMENT 511756 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 12:57 PM

mmm... those look tasty. My wife could probably whip some up!

 

 COMMENT 511757 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 01:00 PM

Simply Pies has been making these for two years now! Please give us a call at 845-2200 - we'd love to bake for you!

 

 COMMENT 511763 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 01:35 PM

Yum! Does Simply Pies sell them daily? Looks like a nice treat.

 

 COMMENT 511766 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 01:42 PM

they got ice cream for dipping?

 

 GEEZERSGIRL agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 01:55 PM

I have been looking for these too! I just called Simply Pies and you have to special order them. They are pricey at $2.75 each.

 

 SBSURFERLIFE agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 01:59 PM

If you try ordering online it's $3 ea and up. Not bad.

 

 COMMENT 511773 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 02:15 PM

'Simply Pies' been making these delicious, home-made style Pie Pops from fresh, natural ingredients for a couple of years and are filled with an assortment of your favorite fillings. They are great to have with a cup of coffee, cappuccino, or how about a nice tall glass of chilled milk - all available at Simply Pies. The service is friendly and the prices are reasonable for those who appreciate the quality and care that goes into high-quality baked goods. I'm heading to Simply Pies today to pick up an assorted dozen of Pie Pops and/or other baked goods - YUM!!!

 

 GEEZERSGIRL agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 02:26 PM

#773 I wish I could pick some up today but I was told you have to special order them. Never the less, I am going to be getting them for a party we are having in June.

 

 COMMENT 511820P agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-17 05:50 PM

And I'm uptight about buying a bag of candy for $3 or $3.50 that will last me at least 2 weeks...

Thanks for the photo, though. I have a friend in FL who makes cake pops who will like this.

 

 COMMENT 511853 agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-18 07:05 AM

Geezergirl, $2.75 each is a deal! Try making them yourself and see how long it takes from start to finish, then add the cost of ingredients, your rent, insurance, and permits, and calculate your hourly pay. You will see that they are a steal at that price. $4.50 for a cup of coffee at Starbucks, now THAT is expensive.

 

 SEEDLADY agree helpful negative off topic

2014-04-18 10:53 AM

For those who like to bake, these are just jam tarts on a popsicle stick-- easy to do with some decent ready-to-use pie crust and chunky jam. All you need is a scalloped cutter (Wms- Son.) and a baking sheet. Fancy "sanding sugar" is optional. Cut circles, add small dollop of jam, rub a wet finger around the margin of dough circle, place stick and other circle on top and crimp with tines of a fork. Poke a few holes with a cake tester or toothpick. Bake 2" apart on a sheet at about 375 till golden.

I love Jam tarts. An easier way to make them is cut plain dough circles with a glass, place circle into a muffin pan well, add jam and fold four opposite dough edges in slightly to make a "flower petal" look. Bake as above. Cool, and eat. Really delicious and dainty enough for a girlie party. Guys especially like them with just cheddar cheese in them.

 

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