Cherry Pie Bites

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These super delicious Cherry Pie Bites are so super simple. Since they are made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites

After making our Cherry Cream Cheese Crescent Ring, I was determined to make another quick and easy cherry crescent dessert. My family loved the combination of the flaky crust, cherries, and sweet glaze.

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Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

After spotting these Apple Pie Bites over on Parent Pretty, I just knew I needed to make us a cherry version. I made a couple batches and they were perfect for placing in the freezer to heat on busy mornings.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

I did not add cream cheese to these sweet little “pies” as I knew the cherries and crust with glaze would be enough. I considered adding cream cheese but they were perfect without.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Since these were so easy, I had them in the oven within a few minutes time. I love everything quick and easy and these meet both of those qualifications. The red cherries are so super colorful. The glaze makes them a bit decadent looking. PERFECT.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

All that is needed to make these muffin tin Cherry Pies is some store bought crescents, cherry pie filling, confectioners sugar, and a splash of milk. Perfect for making for a large crowd at holiday times too!

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

INGREDIENTS
2 can Crescent Roll Dough
21 oz Cherry Pie Filling
1 cup Powdered Sugar
1-2 tbsp Milk

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

DIRECTIONS
Preheat oven to 375.
Spray muffin pan with cooking spray.
Unroll and separate dough.
Place one triangle into each cup and fill with a tablespoon of pie filling (you can load them up, and it will not hurt a thing).
Fold 2 shorter ends together on the top and pull longer end over those.
Bake for 13-15 minutes or until lightly browned.
Set aside to cool.
Whisk together powdered sugar and milk until smooth.
Transfer cooled bites to wore rack and drizzle with glaze mixture.
Adapted from: Parent Pretty!

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

Do you have a favorite crescent roll recipe?

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

 

Cherry Pie Bites - made with store bought crescent rolls, they can be made in a jiffy. Perfect for breakfast or even dessert.

 

5 from 11 votes

Cherry Pie Bites

By: Jen CIncyshopper

Ingredients 

  • 2 can Cresent Roll Dough
  • 21 oz Cherry Pie Filling
  • 1 cup Powdered Sugar
  • 1-2 tbsp Milk

Instructions 

  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Spray muffin pan with cooking spray.
  • Unroll and separate dough.
  • Place one triangle into each cup and fill with a tablespoon of pie filling.
  • Fold 2 shorter ends together on the top and pull longer end over those.
  • Bake for 13-15 minutes or until lightly browned.
  • Set aside to cool.
  • Whisk together powdered sugar and milk until smooth.
  • Transfer cooled bites to wore rack and drizzle with glaze mixture.
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Looking for other cherry recipes? Be sure to see these other recipes that I have shared…

Cherry Cream Cheese Crescent Ring 1

Cherry Cheesecake Dip 1

Slow Cooker Cherry Dump Cake 1

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21 Comments

  1. I bought everything to have ready for my 11 yo granddaughter when she came. She loves to make something for her pappy and I when she visits( frequently I might add) and this was simple and easy clean up for gramma. They were devoured by all of us. Delicious. Thanks for sharing

  2. 5 stars
    Awesome and easy. I added a bit of almond extract to glaze cause not a big fan of powdered sugar glaze. Perfect!

    1. Hi Jan! I used a regular-sized muffin tin. You could also use the larger size, you will just need more filling. I hope that helps.

  3. The recipe sounds delicious but I do have a question. You mentioned you did not use the cream cheese as listed in a recipe, but will you please provide it simpley because we are cherry fanatics and I would like it for a personal option. I’ll come back and rate it when you update to include cream cheese. Good comments from readers!!

  4. Made the last night and they were absolutely delicious!!! Eve tone loved them!! I was told next time to make them with apple pie filling.

  5. 5 stars
    Could you share the cherry pie filling brand you use?

    These are my new favorite, thank you for sharing this perfectly tasty treat. Simplicity is the key.

    Dana

    1. Hi Dana! I most often use the Duncan Hines Cherry Pie filling. It is always bright and colorful. So happy you enjoyed the recipe! Have a great weekend- Jen

    2. I use only Duncan Hines COMSTOCK CHERRY pie filling with any recipe that calls for cherries, it has the best flavor.