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Is there a more delicious way to fill a glass jar? This mini pie recipe comes from baker Dani Cone's "Cutie Pies" cookbook.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show


For the Crust

For the Filling



To make pie pops as seen on "Martha," cut crust into 2 1/2-inch circles and fill with 1 tablespoon filling. Seal filling between two circles and insert an oven-safe lollipop stick before baking. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes.Oven-safe lollipop sticks available from N.Y. Cake.


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  • MS10639916
    1 AUG, 2012
    Just made cobbler in jars and could only find 8oz jelly jars with a straight opening in stores around town, but they aren't short and wide like the ones on the program. I did see them online ($10.99/doz) at
  • lgood
    23 MAY, 2012
    bjzmij, Not sure if you found the jars yet, but I found them on Amazon:
  • MS10058341
    17 MAY, 2012
    I have not tried it yet, am unable to find the 1/2 pint wide mouth jars. Can anyone give me an idea. I have tried the stores here, tried Walmart on line, and tried the Ball / Kerr website. Also, I have never had a problem printing any recipes from this site. ??? Don't know what your problem may be. I have an HP printer.
  • princessiria
    9 OCT, 2011
    This recipe is GREAT, unique and delicious! We usually DVR all of Martha Stewart's shows, then we go on the website and get the accurate measurements, ingredients, etc.. so it makes the preparation super easy! We baked half amount of jars with apples and the other half with peaches! It turned out absolutely delicious! A must try! It's a perfect recipe for fall!
  • calrose
    7 OCT, 2011
    I've noticed that about the printing and why is there no show archive section any more?
  • suziesunshine
    7 OCT, 2011
    Have to agree about the un-friendly print option. Less incentive to print and try.
  • aprilhinks
    6 OCT, 2011
    Great recipe! Everyone loved it! It makes a great personal dessert, literally hand crafted. So proud of myself!
  • titistacy
    4 OCT, 2011
    The recipe is not printer friendly and comes out with all kinds of symbols on it. I have noticed that with other recipes as well - although not all. I am hoping that this isn't the latest on your website...making recipes unprintable. I love your recipes! I love your show! Please fix it!
  • ahemminger
    4 OCT, 2011
    i want to try this recipe so badly but the recipe has double directions and it drove my printer nuts ( it wouldn't print right ) i will wait until you fix it( and i know you will) i love your show sincerely aniece hemminger lebanon mo.
  • scukerbaumhotm
    4 OCT, 2011
    On my version of this website there are buttons along the page to left side of the recipe. There is a print button there that brings up the printer-friendly version of the recipe. It is kind of faint--not as noticeable as before but it's there. Hope that helps--

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