My family loves pie. Actually, my family loves crust. The filling, apple, blueberry, cherry, pecan, pumpkin…it’s all secondary to the flaky, buttery, crisp dough that surrounds it.
Hand pies are a huge hit around my house because the filling is encased in crust. These apple-cranberry hand pies and these cherry and dark chocolate hand pies were quickly devoured. But sometimes hand pies don’t even cut it. So, to indulge our love for pie crust, I came up with these Pie Crust Cookies!
These cookies are everything you’d expect. They’re flaky, crisp, buttery, and oh so delicious!
I used leaf cookie cutters for Thanksgiving, but you could easily turn them into a winter holiday treat by using gingerbread, candy cane, or snowflake cutters. Really, you could cut them into any shape to suit any occasion – from New Years to a baby shower!
Not only are they perfect for any occasion, but they can also be used to decorate pies, cakes, or they could be eaten alone as cookies paired with a dollop of whipped cream or alongside a cup of tea.
To see just how easy it is to make these delicious Pie Crust Cookies, head on over to Club ChicaCircle where I’m sharing the full tutorial!
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