Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Rasberry Pie Conversation Hearts Individual

I thought these little Rasberry Pie Conversation Hearts came out so cute.  I bought a individual heart pie mold and it was so easy to cut and mold these little pies.  I also wanted to make fruit pies, but I don't love store bought pie filling, so I decided to use a jar of really good Rasberry Preserves. They came out so good with the preserves, that I was a little surprised.  

Conversation Heart Rasberry Pies


3 sheets of Pie Crust ( I used Pillsbury pre made pie crusts and I need 3 sheet to make 5 individual pies)
10 TB fruit filling ( I used rasberry preserves, but you could use any type of jam or preserves that you like )
1 egg beaten
1 pastry brush for egg
colored sugar for decoration
colored jell icing (to write on your pies)
heart shaped mold to cut crust and crimp top and bottom of crust together.  (I got my mold at the grocery store where they have seasonal cooking and gift things.)


Preheat you oven to 400 degrees and spray a cookie sheet with non stick cooking spray.

Lay out your pie crust and use the bottom of your mold to cut your heart shapes.  I got 4 hearts per pie crust

Lay on heart shaped crust in the pie mold.

Next put 2 TB preserves into the center of the crust.  

Then brush your beaten egg around the edges of the pie crust.

Next put your second Pie Crust over the top of the bottom crust and filling.

Push the top of the mold onto the top pie crust and press down firmly.

This will crimp the 2 crusts together to make this pretty little individual heart pie.

Take the pie out of the crust and lay it on your cookie sheet.  

Next brush the top of the pie with  the beaten egg and sprinkle with the colored sugar.

Repeat these directions with the rest of the pies

Bake in the oven for 18 to 22 minutes or until the crust is lightly browned.

When done, remove the pies from the oven and pan and place on a rack to cool.

Once they are completely cooled, you can use to colored jell to write on them.  I just wrote little sayings like on the Candy Conversation Hearts.

I hope you like these hearts.  They are pretty easy to make, delicious to eat, and would be really cute for breakfast or a party treat for Valentines Day.  I always love hearing from you.


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  1. These are so fun! They look tasty! I love raspberry! Thanks for sharing this at my Pin Me Linky Party.

    1. Hi Diana,
      They were so good, and really fun to make. Thanks for stopping by.
      Have a great week.


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