Nectarine Pie Pops

Introduction: Nectarine Pie Pops

About: Hello everyone! I am Rowida . I am 13 years old. I like handmade things, crochet and i like fashion designing. My dream in the future is to make my own crochet brand. I hope you like my projects : )

Hello everyone,

Today I am going to make pie pops. Pie pops are perfect for birthday parties. Actually I made them in my siblings’ birthday and they were so happy and we all enjoyed. But these pie pops are different because they are filled with nectarine not apples. For those who don’t know what is nectarine, so nectarine is a type of peach but it has a little bit of plum flavour undertones and in my opinion it’s more tasty than just peaches.

If you liked my recipe please let me know down in the comments, and let’s get started!

Supplies

- bowl

- pan

- electric mixer

- whisk

- toothpicks

- tray

- measuring cups

ingredients :-

* For the dough :-

- ½ cup of cold butter

- 1 ¼ cup of flour

- 1 tsp sugar

- ½ tsp salt

- From 4 to 6 tsp of cold water for kneading

* For the filling :-

- 2 peeled and cubed nectarines

- 2 tsp white sugar

- 2 tsp brown sugar ( or 2 tsp of white sugar and 1 tsp of molasses )

- ½ tsp of butter

- ½ tsp lemon juice

- 1 tsp corn starch

* These ingredients will make 14 medium pie pops

Step 1: Making the Dough

Put the flour, butter, salt and sugar in the electric mixer and mix them well, Then add the water gradually so the dough become like the sand. But when you press it the dough should stick together. Then wrap the dough with plastic wrap and put it in the fridge until you prepare the filling.

Step 2: Making the Filling

Put the butter and the sugar in a pan on a medium heat and mix them. Then add the cubed nectarine and when the nectarine begins to secret water add the corn starch and mix until the water becomes a heavy sauce.

Step 3: Assembling

Roll the dough out on a floured surface and cut it to circles using a cup or any circle cutter. Then put a toothpick and put some from the filing then put another layer of the dough and press the “edges” with a fork and brush some milk on the top, and sprinkle some sugar.

Step 4: Baking


Bake at 200 °C ( 392 °F ) for 15 minutes.

Step 5: Done!

Enjoy!

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