Lemon Bunny Pies - Hand Pies


Lemon Curd and Raspberry Jam Bunny Hand Pies

Hand pies in a bunny head shape

Michele, my niece has this great bunny head cookie cutter and that's where we started from.


refrigerated dough
lemon curd
raspberry jam
egg wash

I bought refrigerated dough so that we could get right to making the bunnies- (the fun stuff without having to make the pie crust dough.:)

I rolled out the dough a little thinner than it was on the  roll when I bought it.

Then we cut out the bunnies. Very easy.

Lay the bunnies on a cookie sheet.

I put a tablespoon of lemon curd or raspberry jam (or both) in the middle of each bunny. Spread the jam.

Cover with another pastry bunny.

Seal the edges by putting a little bit of water where the doughs come together and squeeze.

Use a brush to brush on an egg wash just before popping them in the oven.

400 degrees for about 12 minutes or so, until they get a golden color. They cook very fast.

I think I could have decorated them a little bit, but what? Frosting? Confectioner's sugar?

Well, here they are.

Lemon bunny hand pies

Lemony bunny hand pies

Bunny pies small with lemon curd and raspberry

Have a great weekend, everyone!




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  1. I have enjoyed Crafts a la mode very much for a long time. I don't think I've ever told you. You sisters are "so cute" together. I look forward to your posts!!


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