Dec
20
2010

Kiss Pies

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Desserts

Only 5 days before Christmas!  Woohoo, is everyone ready?  What a great time of year.  This really is the best…..even if I feel like I’ve gained 50 lbs the last month!

I’ve got such a fun little pie to share with you today that really couldn’t get any easier.  I am talking 2 main ingredients people :)

I decided to use the rest  of my Mint truffle Kisses, but ANY Hershey kiss will work beautifully here.  Go grab your favorite flavor and get baking!  You are really going to love these, they are adorable and you can pop em’ right in your mouth :)

Hope you enjoy!

Here you have it, some refrigerated pie crust and any Hershey Kisses :)

I used these bad boys!

Unroll your pie crust after it’s been thawed and place the first group your kisses around like so.

You’ll cut a 2 1/2- 3 inch circle for each kiss.  Does NOT have to be perfect.  A few of mine were different sizes and they were all great.

You’ll brush a light egg wash over each little pie….

….and sprinkle with sugar.  Try not to dump it on like it shows on my picture :)  Trying to do this with one hand while taking the photo=dumping of sugar, lol!

Here they are, I seriously love these!  Ready to bake!

Awhhhh, look at these little Kiss Pies :)  Little cuties.

One of my readers who lives in China sent me these adorable mini forks!  How cute are they?  Thank you Terra!

Kiss Pies

1 refrigerated pie crust, thawed
14 Hershey Kisses of choice, I used Mint Truffle today :)
1 egg white whisked with 1 Tbsp water
Powdered sugar for dusting
Granulated sugar for sprinkling before baking

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Roll out pie dough onto a lightly floured counter top.  Place 10 kisses around the edges of pie dough, about 2 1/2 inches apart (as in the photo above).  Take a knive and cut a 2 1/2-3 inch circle around kiss.  Fold half of pie dough around top of dough and pinch edge around top of kiss.  (See Photo, step 1).  Now, fold up both sides of remaining dough up to the tip of the kiss pinching edge.  (See Photo, step 2).  Now press together edges and form criss cross as shown in photo, step 3. * *Continue cutting dough around kisses until all dough is used up.  I got about 14 rounds cut when I re-rolled my scraps :)**

2.  Brush all little pies with an egg white wash then sprinkle with granulated sugar.  At 350 degrees, bake for 20-28 minutes or until little pies are golden.  Remove and let cool for 5 minutes before transferring to cooling rack.  Dust each with powdered sugar and serve.

about 14 little pies.




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  1. 151
    Lisa Orner says:

    I just made these. I pinched and pinched….but they all broke open when baking, so they aren’t very pretty for my cookie exchange tomorrow. Any tips or hints? I’m trying another batch, but putting them in the fridge before baking for better results I hope! If there is a secret, please let me know! Thanks!

  2. 152
    alene says:

    I thought this looked like a good treat, but it’s really not. It took a long time to make and I was SUPER disappointed.

  3. 153
    April says:

    I made these tonight and they didn’t turn out good. I think I overbaked a bit, but I’m wondering if the type of pie crust you use makes a difference? All I had was the Pilsbury refridgerated crusts, maybe too flaky for this?

  4. 154
    Kristen says:

    I just tried these & they came out rather dry. Any suggestions? I’m no master baker, but I tried to do the egg white on top too & they were just flakey & not as yummy as they look here.

  5. 155
    Heather says:

    I think this would be great to add a mini marshmallow too!

  6. 156
    Heather says:

    I think it would be even better if you add a mini marshmallow or two to each one. I am gonna try it myself! Thanks for the easy cookie idea!

  7. 157
    Julie says:

    Made them today they are delicious and so easy to make!! Thank you for sharing!!!

  8. 158
    debbie leach says:

    I made these with my 5 year old instead of a knife i used a glass to cut the dough (better and safer for little hands) they turned out great love this receipe

  9. 159
    Ashley says:

    These are precious! I have been wanting to make these for weeks now, just havent found the time, but they are in the oven now! Cant wait to taste them! Thanks for sharing this GREAT recipe! I love it!

  10. 160
    Barbara says:

    I can’t wait to try these; they look so yummy. Have you thought about using biscuit cutter to make the circles instead of cutting with a knife?

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    sylvia says:

    i just made these and i have questions. Mine came out a tough, whereas in the photos they look amazingly soft, almost like cookies. Did I over cook them? Oh, and the hershey’s in yours look creamy, melted pefectly, but mine wasn’t at all! Any pointers? Thank you!

  15. 165
    Caity says:

    Hey, I just made these using the kisses with a caramel center and they melted out of the pie crust a little… they’re still awesome but I’d love to know if you know a way to keep this from happening. My oven burns pretty hot, so they were only in about 15 minutes.

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    Barbara says:

    Hello! I made these this afternoon, although with a slight variation. I sprayed them with baking spray before baking instead of the eggwash. The hershey kisses were dry, not melted and creamy. Should they be??!! And if so, the eggwash is the difference? Thanking you in advance!

  21. 171
    Dee Jackson says:

    What temp. Do you bake these?

  22. 172
    Evelyn Walters says:

    My granddaughter will love making these. Thanks so much. Will visit this site often.

  23. 173
    SCHMINKLE says:

    Love your accompanying photos, they really helped! Thanks for posting!

  24. 174
    Priscilla says:

    Can you freeze these?

    • 174.1
      Jenny says:

      Priscilla, we did not try to freeze them so I don’t know the answer. I would take a few aside and freeze them to see how it works. Feel free to comment back if it worked or not. :)

  25. 175
    Bonnie says:

    I am always on the lookout for “mini” desserts and treats as I have had weight loss surgery and sometimes want a treat without going over board , wasting or getting sick from having too much. These look to be perfect for me thanks for sharing.

  26. 176
    Donna says:

    Can you freeze them?

  27. 177
    Ron says:

    Your ingredients call for powdered sugar, but the instructions says to use granulated sugar. Which is correct?

    • 177.1
      Jenny says:

      Powdered and granulated sugar is correct. Granulated gets sprinkled on top before the baking and powdered before serving. We will make the correction. Thanks for noticing.

  28. 178
    Syeda says:

    Great idea, just for curiosity can i use my home made pie dough? Plz reply as i want to try these lovelies.

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    Meagan says:

    I just made these today with the chocolate caramel kisses! They are to die for!! Thanks.

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    Lori says:

    Do you serve them hot or cold?

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    Aura says:

    We just made these for our Valentine’s Day dessert tonight. They are delicious!

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    Lindsey says:

    I’m guessing you don’t need to line the tray with foil or even spray it with non-stick spray? They won’t stick to the bottom of the tray?

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    Edna says:

    Cant wait to try these. Do I spray my pan or what do you have on baking sheet ?

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