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Last week, we offered you a peek at our ModHatter Tea Party, which overflowed with stylish ensembles and eye-catching hors d’oeuvres. While the party may be over, there’s still time to make these miniature Oreo and peanut butter-filled pies! These two-bite treats were a hit at the tea party, and are guaranteed to “take the cake” at any event!
OreOMG Mini Pies
Makes approx. 18 pies. Recipe from Picky Palate. Bake Time: 22-26 minutes
2 refrigerated pie crusts
36 Oreo cookies (1 package)
40-ounce container of creamy peanut butter
2 tablespoons melted butter
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray. Bring pie crusts to room temperature before unrolling.
2. Unroll pie crusts onto a floured surface. Using the lid of your 40-ounce peanut butter container as a cookie cutter, ‘cut’ as many 4-inch rounds as possible from your pie crust.
3. Press cut dough into muffin pan. Repeat until all cups are filled.
4. Spread about a teaspoon of peanut butter over each Oreo cookie. When all cookies are covered, double stack your Oreos to an Oreo-PB-Oreo-PB ratio, and place each stack into a pie crust.
5. With remaining pie dough, cut roughly 1/4-inch strips to prepare lattice tops. Tip: Use the peanut butter lid as a sizing guide for this!
6. Over each lattice top, brush melted butter and generously sprinkle sugar.
7. Bake for 22-26 minutes, until golden brown. Let them cool before removing from pan.
8. Serve and receive lots of compliments from your friends and guests!
What are your most-loved mini recipes?
My son is allergic to peanuts so this recipe wouldn’t work for us as is but I think Soynut Butter or Almond would be an equally as yummy alternative!
Try Sun Butter! it’s really yummy and made from sunflower seeds!
This is so brilliant! I love it. They look so yummy and cute, and I really can’t wait to try this out!
WHOA these look amazing!
Modelicious! wonder how would it taste if i use caramel instead of peanut butter…
This is so cute! Thanks for the recipe!
They looked awesome. We made them tonight after seeing the recipe and we were a little disappointed. 🙁 Maybe we missed the mark with our culinary skills a bit but it didn’t quite meet our expectations. I’m going to stick with Oreos & Milk. 🙂 Keep up the great work at Modcloth, you guys rock.
WHY? WHY WOULD YOU SHOW THESE TO ME? You are so evil. 😉 These look so delicious!
Made these bad boys the moment I got home last night and MMM, MMM, MMM were they delish! Thanks for another awesome idea, Julie! 🙂
going to make these. wow.
These look absolutely amazing!
I made these and they were really good. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂 I recommend using double-stuffed oreos.
I want to try this!
Made thess, and they are actually better the next day when they’ve completely cooled. Wish I could have made mine as pretty as the picture here, but I still got lots of compliments. 🙂
omnomnom. These are actually really easy to make vegan, if you substitute earth balance for the butter. 🙂
yum yum!! I canÂ´t wait to try this!! thanks for the beautiful idea
I bet these would be really good if you used nutella instead of peanut butter. or maybe even with both!! 😀
Eva, How are they vegan if they have Oreos in them?
snowbean, believe it or not, Oreos are vegan, at least in America. The cream filling is made with soy oil, not dairy. I think the European version has whey powder in them though, so if you live outside of North America, yo might want to check the ingredients label.
I made these a few months back for my cousin’s birthday party and they were absolutely amazing! I made a batch with marshmallow fluff instead of peanut butter for the guests who couldn’t eat nuts. I suggest expirementing with different types of oreos too.
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