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Friday, March 26, 2010

Peach Cobbler Bites

Start with these lovely ingredients:
Jiffy Pizza dough mix
Ground Cinnamon
Non Stick Cooking Spray
Pilsbury Cressent Rolls
Peach Pie Filling

Mix dough according to the box, adding cinnamon & nutmeg to taste.
Using a muffin tin, spray with nonstick spray and fill each cup 1/3 with dough (basically just covering the bottom of the cups)
Bake for three minutes at 475*F
Remove from oven and using a rounded end of some other kitchen tool (I used the end of an ice cream scoop) press dough down in the center forming a "cupping crust"
Spoon in your peach pie filling (I chopped mine up a bit, the peaches were too big)
Roll out the cresent dough rolls into flat rectangles and cut into 1/2 inch strips.
Place on top of the pies.  You can make cute designs like Hayden and I tried to do.
Dust with a mix of cinnamon and sugar.
Bake for 8-10 minutes at 475*F (until top crust is a golden brown)
Serve warm (or cooled) topped with a dollop of cool whip or vanilla ice cream!


Jena said...

Oh, yum!!!!!! Those look so delicious that my mouth is watering (I think I can almost smell them).

Anonymous said...

Hope you saved me some , you know I always save you good food . HA HA ! Ill have to try it & maybe try some with cherries . Thanks !


The Path Traveled said...

Looks like something the hub would like. How many calories per serving? I made apple cinnamon chips today for 85 calories....so good...
1 small apple sliced very thin slices
1 t. cinnamon
1 t. sugar or sub splenda
coat good
bake at 250 1 1/2 hours