Mini Snicker Pies – I dare you to eat just one!

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I decided since it’s been a rather long week, I deserved a little something sweet.  But if you know me, you know I never need an excuse for sweets!  Remember the cheesecake lollipops I made last year.  I also made mini snicker pies and loved how easy AND good they were!  Last year I used Phyllo cups and snicker bars.  I sliced the snicker bar into pieces and put a chunk in each cup.  Then I put them in the oven for about 5-10 minutes or until the chocolate is melting down.  This year I decided to try something new.  Phyllo cups are expensive and I haven’t found any coupons.  So I thought I’d try using pie crust.  I also bought a bag of mini snickers after Halloween, when they were on clearance!  I rolled out the pie crust and used something to press out circles.  I placed them into the mini muffin pan and pressed them down to form a mini pie!

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Then place a mini snicker into each one.  This was so much easier than cutting up a whole bar, but if you don’t have clearance candy, you might save by buying the big bar.

I put them in to the oven at 350 for about 8 minutes.  Just keep an eye on them because I left them in too long and they were bubbling over.  This makes them hard to remove.  Try to take them out before they start to bubble.  Let them cool and they should pop right out.  Your kitchen will smell like Heaven! I think I even like the pie crust version better.  I was able to get about 26 pieces out of one pie crust.  This is what we had for dessert tonight.  I won’t tell you how many!  We’ll be making more later this week to give away.  Yummy!


    • Karen says

      Hi Jeniffer,
      I’m sorry I don’t have a printable version right now. Feel free to copy the section you need a paste it into a word doc. Thanks for stopping by.

  1. Michelle says

    what is the tool you are using in muffin pan? is there a special name for it? I made them without it and came out ok might do better with that tool. They came out great.. I used 3 other types of mini and they were great too..

    • Karen says

      That was a Pampered Chef tool they sold with the mini muffin pans. I do not see it on the website after doing a quick look. You can try asking a rep.

      • Melissa says

        Pampered Chef does still sell them. It’s called a mini tart shaper and they are 5.50. I am a Pampered Chef consultant so if you’re interested in purchasing one, let me know and I can help you with that!

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