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Pie in a jar from Mennonite Girls Can Cook

This is a fun idea for a Christmas party or family gathering. Check out their website; it’s full of great ideas and recipes!
http://www.mennonitegirlscancook.ca
This is not so much a recipe as an idea of a fun way to serve dessert or give as a gift from your kitchen! You can use this idea for apple crisp or graham wafer crumbs layered with pudding and whipped cream.
What you need:
•Your favorite pastry dough
•Canned cherries or any other fruit pie filling. Wide mouth jam jars
What you do:
1.Roll out your pastry like you would for pie. Cut out circles that fit your jars. Push the dough circles into your jars pressing the dough to the bottom and sides to form the crust. If you don’t want to cut out the circles, just push pieces of dough into the jar covering the bottom and sides.
2.Spoon your filling into the dough lined jars.
3.Using the screw-on ring for the jar, cut a circle of dough and place on top of the filling, pushing down the edges a bit to form the top crust.
4.Cut a vent on top crust, I used a little tree shaped cookie cutter.
5.Brush with melted butter and sprinkle a little coarse sugar over top.
6.Place jars on a cookie sheet and bake at 350º for 40 to 45 minutes.
7.Remove from oven, let cool.
8.Serve in jars with a scoop of ice cream or run a knife around the edges and slide pie out to serve on a plate.

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