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Pie Pops Answered


LINK > Pie Pops
They're pies on the end of a stick!

And here's the Instructable



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kelseymh

9 years ago

Two great tastes that taste great together: pie and food on a stick!

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lemoniekelseymh

Reply 9 years ago

Pie and food? You exclude pies from "food"?

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"Edible-packaging"?

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stale56lemonie

Reply 9 years ago

No, Pie is one thing, and the other thing is Food on a Stick.

So Pie+Food_On_A_Stick=Pie_Pops!

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kelseymhstale56

Reply 9 years ago

Thank you, Stale! Perhaps I should have hyphenated for clarity: pie and food-on-a-stick!

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lemoniekelseymh

Reply 9 years ago

OK. I have a friend who refers to pastry as "edible packaging" - the origin being that pastry was just packaging and that people didn't eat it. (rich people who had their cooks fill pastry with expensive animal-flesh)

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 9 years ago

Oooo, mince meat pie ! The original with real meat in it YUM!

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Goodhartspectacular

Reply 6 years ago

a whole different food group :-) The mince meat pie I once partook of also had rum in it....

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Lettucehead

8 years ago

I love pie! This is a great grab and go! Is anyone here memorizing pi? I've gotten to 142.

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cupcake811

8 years ago

That's a good idea...
That would be a great party food or appetizer (If filled with something savory).

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phoenixqueen

8 years ago

It's like with meat and kabobs, everything tastes better when it's on a stick.

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Poelite

8 years ago

As far as I know I've never seen these in stores.
Patent.
Market.
Profit!
(Quick) =P

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amakerguy

9 years ago

MMMMM That sounds really good right now...

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1stAngel

9 years ago

Awesome!

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lemoniecanida

Reply 9 years ago

Oh wow, someone took this up - well done on that! (I got this via coudal.com) L

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robert2584

9 years ago

I am happy to have landed here!

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arylic

9 years ago

I love pies....especially.....blueberry pies....

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coachmachado

9 years ago

I cannot find the link; can you post it? Thanks

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lemoniecoachmachado

Reply 9 years ago

At the top in orange, I've just prefixed it with LINK >

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D.L.H.

9 years ago

Awesome can you tell me how to do this.

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Goodhart

9 years ago

There you go. You can have pie anytime now :-) Looks good