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Picture of Baby Cherry Pies!
Just like full-sized cherry pie, these baby versions are topped with a mini lattice. You could also use a crumb topping, but this little touch makes them even cuter! The tart cherries in the filling are just delicious and make these baby pies perfect.

Step 1: You'll Need. . .

Picture of You'll Need. . .
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Software:
- crust (see next step)

(for the filling)
- 2 cups frozen tart cherries (thawed, pitted, with liquid)
- .25-.5 cups white sugar (depending on how tart your cherries are, and how sweet you want your pies)
- 3 tablespoons corn starch

Hardware:
- medium bowl
- small bowl and spoon
- wooden spoon or rubber spatula
- measuring cups and spoons
- heavy bottomed sauce pan
- muffin tins
- round cutter about 3 inches in diameter
- round cutter about 1.5 inches in diameter
- sheet pan with parchment paper
 
woohoo! :D You've just solved two problems at once for me: how to make enough pie for my husband's office to celebrate Pi Day (his pack of engineers and rocket scientists may not *know* they want to celebrate Pi Day yet, but they *will*...), and how to transport the pies to them with a minimum of breakage (leave 'em in the muffin tins!).

I salute you, Lady. You rock.
shesparticular (author)  Weather_blue3 years ago
Oh, there are also these Milk Caramel Mini Pies which are amazingly delicious :)
shesparticular (author)  Weather_blue3 years ago
Thanks so much! I hope they work out well for you and everyone loves them :) I've made several other types of mini pies that you might also want to take a look at: Please feel free to post photos of your itty bitty creations and thanks again!
red-king5 years ago
 awesome!
shesparticular (author)  red-king5 years ago
Thanks!
D.L.H.6 years ago
Looks delicious
shesparticular (author)  D.L.H.6 years ago
Thanks! They really are great (especially when they're made with Michigan cherries like this batch was).