Snowflake Apple Pie Pops

Original Blog Post from: Confections, Crafts, Couture

Happy Thanksgiving!! I hope that your day is mapped out already with delicious foods from the comfort of your own home. As mentioned in my previous post, apples and Fall are synonymous to me. I'm sure most, if not all of those reading this definitely expect an apple pie featured at their Thanksgiving dessert table. Being an apple pie amongst all those other delicious treats like pecan pie, sweet potato pie, cheesecake and everything else makes it hard to stand out. I thought that it was time for the traditional apple pie to get the upgrade it deserved. Of course I dare not disrupt the authenticity that is the apple pie filling, but what about serving it another way.

I got the idea to make apple pie pops after I realized that every dessert on a stick somehow captures an audience. The weather has changed and snow is somewhere on the horizon, just not here in Southern California. Since I have no chance of seeing these unique miracles of ice I thought to create my own. These treats provide the comfort of a frosty snowflake on the outside with the warmth of a delicious apple pie on the inside. This recipe is easy to make and follow, so it's great to make with kids.

Give the recipe below a try and I guarantee satisfaction!


4 cups of Granny Smith apples, pealed and finely chopped

Juice of lemon (approximately 2 tbsp.)

½ cup brown sugar

1 tbsp. flour

1 tsp. cinnamon

¼ tsp. ground ginger

¼ tsp. salt

I was short on time so I used pre made pie crust. Check out my recipe for homemade pie crust here.


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